LKS2 Summer Term Week 9 Home Learning
Hello again! How nice it has been to speak to some of you this week. It's been great to hear your voices, we've missed them! Keep your eyes peeled on Dojo for a little video message from your teacher this coming week and in the weeks following and we will start awarding Dojo points for any work that we receive from this week too! How exciting, how many will you earn?
Thank you for all the lovely work you did last week. We know you are working hard and it can be difficult to keep going, but please do! You are doing a great job - we loved seeing your leaflets about the Globe Theatre, models of theatres and character puppets and some lovely portraits of William Shakespeare! Super work!
Over the weekend it was the Summer Solstice. It is the longest day of the year when we have the most hours of daylight. Some of our work this week is based around this celebration.
You could have a look at these websites to find out more. As always, we have include plenty of ideas and work to keep you busy but there is no need to complete it all. You could do your own mini project on the summer solstice and how it is celebrated or just stick to the curriculum work set out below. Where will your learning take you?
As always, we look forward to seeing what you've achieved.
It's poetry this week! Read the instructions and look at the examples given before you write your own summer solstice or sun themed poem.
Continue to use Numbots, TTRockstars and Topmarks Hit the Button to keep your mental maths skills sharp.
We are continuing work on fractions this week. Use the video links document to find the teaching video for each lesson.
We are continuing our work on teeth and this week thinking about how to keep our teeth healthy. Have fun with this week's investigation. What will your results show? We would love to see your findings.
We've got a super sun themed art lesson for you this week. It will get you thinking about hot and cold colours and how you use them in your work.
Watch the video and look through the PowerPoint to help you first.