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Friday

Things you MUST remember to do today:

  • 20 minutes of reading
  • 15 minutes of TTRockstars
  • 15 minutes of spelling (either your weekly spellings that are on the spelling page like usual, or log in to spellzone.com)
  • Smile at someone
  • Be happy!

 

If you complete any of the activities below, remember to get your adult to email your learning to Mr Bilton and Mrs Balestrini by 3pm.

Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too!

Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 1
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 2
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 3
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 4
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 5
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 6
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 7
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 8
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 9
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 10
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 11
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 12
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 13
Here are the letters from last week. Have a read - there might be something has written or a question that someone has asked that you could respond to in your next letter to Holly Class! Don’t forget, reading these letters could count as your daily reading too! 14

English

 

It’s Friday again so it’s time to write another letter to Holly Class! The letters you sent last week are uploaded so you might want to read those first and then you will be able to reply to any of the questions that your class mates ask.

 

In the letter, you might want to include:

-How you are doing (especially having to spend so much time indoors!)

-Things you have done to spend your time (when you haven’t been home learning, that is!)

-Questions to the class, which could be general things about what they’ve been up to or something specific that you would love to hear their answer to (e.g. maybe you’ve spent time this week at home listening to music and so you might want to know who their favourite band/singer is?)

-You might include a reply to someone’s question in their letter.

 

So, get writing your letters!

Maths:

Today we would like you to apply your learning about bar charts and pictograms! 

You must create either a bar chart or a pictogram that shows data you have gathered. What information you gather is up to you, but it might be a nice opportunity to speak to friends and family members on the phone or online to get their answers. For example, you could collect data on their favourite kind of music, favourite sport, favourite author...or something else - it is up to you! When you're done, take a photo and email it to us so we can see your fantastic statistics learning!

Something Else:

Remember that Easter story video from Monday? That one you made notes on and were asked to keep safe? (Now, where did I leave those notes....?) We would like you to create either a storyboard (like a comic book version) of the story, or if you prefer, write it out as an actual story. Make sure you include all of the most important details and use paragraphing to break your ideas up (if you are writing it) or add small bits of speech (if you are storyboarding it).

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