Friday, 3rd April 2020
Check 2Dos on Purple Mash
Time to exercise:
Suggested tasks for Friday:
Discuss what you are going to do today over breakfast. Spread a bit of kindness – tidy your room and offer to help someone else.
Morning check in to look at English and Maths Tasks
Check 2Dos on Purple Mash
Reading: A Bridge on Fire - Chapter 5,
Writing: Write about a time when you were worried about something
Maths: Speed Test
Other: Make a plant postcard for someone in the class,
Design fun work out exercise routine
Spelling and Spag
Look at this week’s spelling and create a silly mnemonic or another way to remember tricky words. A mnemonic, also known as a memory aid, is a tool that helps you remember an idea or phrase with a pattern of letters, numbers, or relatable associations. Mnemonic devices include special rhymes and poems, acronyms, images, songs, outlines, and other tools. Mnemonic (pronounced ni--ik) is derived from the Greek phrase meaning to “remember.”
Spelling mnemonics are rules, patterns, or phrases used to remember certain difficult spellings. Here are a few common examples:
Use fronted adverbials for cohesion in writing. (Purple Mash)
Look at Pobble and talk about today's picture. http://www.pobble365.com/
Think about a time when you have been worried about an event or situation.
Maybe it was either a difficult test, a sleepover or a speaking part in a school assembly. Write about how you felt before, during and afterwards.
Write a message to someone (pupil or teacher) about your week
(Remember to use good sentence structure as well as cohesive devices such as time adverbials at the beginning of sentences.)
Ask your parent to post it or email them to school to Suckley Primary.
Time to exercise
Take a break for Fun Friday
Create an exercise routine for you and your family. Offer family rewards for completing the tasks - the funnier the better. (Keep a camera handy to capture someone smiling!)
Drink some water and have second go. Ask your family to rate your exercises?
Practise your tables x 5 (Purple Mash)
Locating Decimals on a Number Line (Purple Mash)
Play a maths game
Look up a recipe and help make lunch. Tidy up afterwards
Read for at least half an hour. Talk about the plot or them with someone, act as if you were the character in the text or write a summary of your thoughts about the book.
What have you been reading? Make a recommendation and share photos, videos, illustrations and book reviews via Purple Mash or school email. (email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org )
Take a break and do something physical
Check celebrations of work this week on website.
Computer programming – Vehicles on Purple Mash
Design and make a playground to keep Red Riding Hood out of mischief.
Choose a task from your pack.
Have a lovely weekend.