WB 11.05.20 Week 6
Home Learning - Week Beginning 11.05.2020
Hello Adventurous Anacondas! Welcome to Week 6 of Home Learning. We hope that you all enjoyed the sunshine over the Bank Holiday weekend and had a fantastic day celebrating VE Day. For this week, we have planned Maths, English, Geography and Art based around our Anglo Saxons topic. Read on to find out more about your learning. As always, keep sending us emails of how you're getting on and we look forward to hearing from you all. Stay safe and thinking of you all, Mr Khan, Miss Brooks and Miss Brown
We are now onto Week 6 of Home Learning and all of us have experienced many changes to our daily lives during this time. Some of the changes have been really positive, however, other changes have been much harder to adapt to. Given all the changes that have happened in our lives, we thought that it would be nice for you to write a poem to reflect on this time. Read the document below to find out more about poetry writing and the different tasks you should complete before writing your poem. You will also find details about this week's Spelling Shed and Bug Club activities in the document and as always, please continue to read your favourite books at home too!
Below you'll find the activity sheets and answers for your year group to download. Remember to follow the link to the White Rose Maths Hub for the teaching videos.
Once you have completed all 5 lessons, complete the assigned activities on Mathletics and practise your times tables on TTRS.
This week, we are continuing our topic on the Anglo Saxons, however you are going to be looking at the geographical aspects of the Anglo-Saxons. We would like you to look into the places where the Anglo Saxons settled, the names of their kingdoms and the meanings behind these names. Complete the activities outlined in the document below and use the information provided to support you.
Finally, and also linking to our topic on the Anglo Saxons, we have set you some art activities researching, designing and creating belt buckles and brooches, items which the Anglo Saxons were very skilled in making and wore as a symbol of wealth. Look carefully at the document below which takes you through a series of activities to complete. We look forward to seeing your excellent creative abilities in action!