Spelling: Can you remember the spelling rule you have been learning this week? Get someone at home to test your memory of it, and then get them to pick out 10 words from your word list and see if you can spell them correctly!
Arithmetic: This week we looked at column addition and subtraction. Get someone to give you 5 addition and 5 subtraction questions and check that you can solve them using this method.
English: LO: to write a newspaper report.
To finish off our week on newspaper articles, I would like you to create a full newspaper report on one of the festivals you have been considering as part of your topic work. Pretend you had been at one of the festivals and write your article telling the reader about what happened there. Don’t forget to include a headline, a detailed article, a picture and a caption for it. Feel free to email me with any of your reports, I would love to see them!
Maths: LO: to create a line graph.
To finish off our week on data handling, I would like you to create a line graph of some data. Here is an example of a line graph showing how the height of a person changes as they get older. Look at the data. Something is wrong on the line graph, what is wrong? Make a suggestion of what it should look like?
Create your own line graph of something you can measure over time at home. You could measure your heart rate before, during and after some exercise (or even just after standing up and sitting down repeatedly for a minute).