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Here are this week's home learning activities. Keep working hard and don't forget if there is anything we can help you with just get in touch. We are still here to help! We miss you all a great deal! Have a lovely week.
We had a great response to the maths mystery booklet we set for you to complete a few weeks ago, so here's another for you to have a go at. Can you solve the mystery of the sandcastle stamper? For an extra challenge have a go at some of the add and subtract pyramids and don't forget to keep practising your times tables on TTRockstars. https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/63209
Please use the Revision PPT to practise your SPAG skills. It is really important that you keep these skills fresh in your minds ready for when you get back to school. Again, there are lots of fun tasks to complete and they are short, so you can just do one a day. In Purple Mash, there is a Seaside Brochure activity for you to try and complete. If you have forgotten your username and password, just email your teacher to ask for it.
In spelling this week, we are revising contractions. Have a look through the PowerPoint and see if you can remember how contractions are made and used. There are lots of games and activities to do on the PowerPoint. I have added some worksheets and spellings to practise too.
Choose which level of comprehension you would like to do and give it a go. Again, it is linked to the Topic work and it will help you keep your reading skills going.
In science, we are thinking about the life cycle of a plant. What's happening under the soil? How does a plant grow? How does this compare to a human life cycle? Watch the PowerPoint and video and order the stages of the life cycle with a sentence about each stage.
Thinking about what you have learnt so far, we would like you to make some comparisons between Seaside’s past and present. Again, start with the PowerPoint and then see if you can complete some of the activities. Impress us with what you have learned. There are some online games added too.
This week we are thinking about how sometimes things happen online that can make us feel worried, scared or sad - just like Jessie, Tia and Mo. Discuss this with an adult and understand that if anything ever worries or upsets you, you can always go to another trusted adult for help. Then draw yourself doing four activities that make you feel happy.
Thank you to all the children who have been completing some of the activities. We would really appreciate some feedback. If you are finding them useful, please let us know. Also, it would be good to have an indication of how many children are able to access and are doing some (not all) of the activities set.