Welcome back. As mentioned before half term, with Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 returning to school, we have needed to change the home activity setup slightly. The main difference is that maths, English and a few foundation subjects will be given weekly. You can choose how best to do these throughout the week. This week’s maths is not going to be a full week as we’d already done the first 2 lessons last week; however, it would be good to recap what you did before half term.
I have also gathered together some free websites (some do require you to sign up, but all are free) on a range of different subjects. You can use these as extra to the weekly task as you wish.
With myself teaching in school throughout the day, it does mean unfortunately I will not be able to respond to emails and questions. However, Mrs Heath has kindly offered to reply to anything you may send in. If you do have any questions, you can continue to send your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you click this link (https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/), it will take you to the WhiteRose home learning page for year 5. From there, you can access the relevant videos by opening up the correct week. We are on “Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11th May)”.
If you click this link (https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/), it will take you to the WhiteRose home learning page for year 6. From there, you can access the relevant videos by opening up the correct week. We are on “Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11th May)”.
Here is this week’s chapter of The Graveyard Book. You don’t have to listen to the whole thing on one day. You can break it up over the week.
Here’s a reading comprehension activity on King Henry VIII for this week (answers are included):
Here’s a writing booklet for you to try this week.
You can either print it off or do your work on paper/a book.
Here’s this week’s art activity:
This week’s history is to make this “fact teller” all about Henry VIII.
You can either print it off and follow the instructions or make your own using the facts provided (or if you fancy a challenge, you could research some facts of your own).
Other activities (links)
If you’re looking for other activities to do at home, here are list of free websites you could try:
First News – Free Digital Download Newspaper
Myths and Legends
Pobble365 – Daily Story Activities
Reading Realm – Free Resources/lessons
Reading Realm – Fairy tales activities
Reading Realm – Nature and animal activities
OxfordOwl – Free ebooks