WB 15.06.20 Week 10
Home Learning - Week Beginning 15.06.2020
Hello Anacondas! Welcome to Week 10 of Home Learning! This week, we're continuing with our Anglo-Saxons topic and learning about the Midsummer Solstice - can you believe we're half-way through the year? Thank you to everyone who emailed in again last week, it was great to see so many of you. We were especially impressed with the imaginative Anglo-Saxon villages that had been made! Have a lovely week, enjoy your learning and continue to be fantastic! Mr Khan, Ms Brooks and Miss Brown
This week's writing task is linked to our topic. In History and RE this week, you'll be learning about Anglo-Saxon beliefs. We know that before converting to Christianity, Anglo-Saxons believed in many gods and goddesses. We would like you to write a myth about one of these gods. As well as this, we would like you to log on to Spelling Shed to practise this week's spellings, read a book on Bug Club and complete the Reading Comprehension - 60 Second Reads (which are on myths), and as always, remember to read your favourite stories at home too!
Year 3 Maths
Year 3 will continue recapping measurements. Please find the links to videos in the first document with the worksheets and answers below. Once you have completed the lessons, login into Mathletics to complete the assigned activities and don't forget to practise your times tables on TTRS too!
Year 4 Maths
Year 4 will recap column subtraction. Please find the links to videos in the first document with the worksheets and answers below. Once you have completed the lessons, login into Mathletics to complete the assigned activities and don't forget to practise your times tables on TTRS too!
This week's History looks at Anglo-Saxon beliefs and their conversion from Paganism (belief in many gods) to Christianity. You will find out about the different Saints who aided the change and the Christian buildings they founded such as Canterbury Cathedral, Iona Abbey and Lindisfarne Priory.
As we're approaching the Midsummer Solstice, this week at school we would have been learning about Ancient British beliefs as part of our R.E learning. Once you have learnt more about what the Midsummer Solstice is and why it is still a part of our calendar, there are lots of activities which allow your creative juices to flow. These include making a model of Stonehenge, making a sun burst weave and even doing some yoga! We appreciate there's a lot of suggested activities, so feel free to have a go at the ones which will interest you the most!