For maths, you will be using the White Rose Maths Home Learning Website.
This week's work to send to Mr Grundy is the Thursday 30th April maths work. Parents can email a photo of the work, or you can type your answers into Purple Mash and send them to Mr Grundy - this should be done no later than 3.30pm on Friday 1st May, please.
Read the document above: it's another week of activities based on a short story by Kevin Crossley-Holland - this time the story is Ouch!
These are the daily activities you should complete:
Monday 27th April: Activity 1 - when you read it aloud, you should ideally have someone listening to you. Remember to use good expression to read what is said (you could try using different voices to make the characters sound different from each other?)
Write down 5 words to describe the shepherds.
Then write down 5 words to describe the woman.
Write about which of the characters you admire the most and, most importantly give reasons for your choice.
Tuesday 28th April: Activity 2 - Revise verbs and present and past tenses.
Look at the Revision Cards (p3) to remind yourself about verbs and about the tenses. Then complete the Ouch! Activities (p4).
Wednesday 29th April: Activity 3 - Now for some writing. Write a paragraph about what the shepherds did next. What trouble did they get into this time?
Thursday 30th April: Create a design for the woman's sun-and-moon brooch.
Then do an illustration to show the 5 shepherds with their legs all tangled up! TAKE YOUR TIME with this to make it your best effort.
Friday 1st May: Pretend to be one of the shepherds, telling the story of what happened in his own words. Remember to include details that make it from his point of view - you can do this as an oral retelling: so telling the story out loud to a member of your family, or you can write it down - your choice!