We hope that you managed to enjoy some relaxation over the Easter holidays and found fun things to do to keep yourselves safe and occupied.
Don't forget to send us your Book Reviews for the challenge that Mrs Daines set before the holidays. Will it be a Year 4 class that gets to look after Winston the Reading Worm?
After the two week break you may need a reminder about the daily routine. We are sure by now you probably have this routine set but do please check for any extra updates.
TT rockstars for 20 minutes and read for 20 minutes. Lexia users to also complete 20 minutes of this too.
Make sure to do some physical activity. Either, tune in to Joe Wicks daily workout or a session of yoga from our list of websites within mindfulness and keeping active.
New challenge - Let us know of any other good PE websites that you have been using.
Listen to David Walliams on the web link below, which is releasing a free audio book each day at 11am.
Spend 20 minutes learning how to touch type on the computer. Make sure to take time to work through each of the stages at your pace. The weblink for this is below.
Continue to volunteer to help with at least one task around the house, eg washing up, making your bed, making a drink for your household.
New challenge - Make sure to check the resources and suggestions in the Weekly project section of each week.
Before the Easter holidays you had been working on short multiplication and division. You may well wish to revisit this work to refresh your mind before you start this challenge. You have chance today to combine all of these skills in solving a mad scientist themed set of challenges.
There is a green challenge available for which is themed around animals in the North and South Pole.
As always there is a set of answers for you to self mark at the end of each pack.
Details of the English challenge for today can be found in the document below.
Last half term you explored the following website to investigate the importance of maps. You also had opportunity to play on the games link. You also researched about the use of co-ordinates and why the Royal Ordnance Survey came into effect.
Today, we would like you to refresh your mind about the key symbols that are used on Ordnance Survey maps. So revisit the website below.
Please produce a list of the top ten most important symbols that would be needed to help explain the Chelmsford map attached. Make sure to include a title, draw the symbol and explain what it represents.
Challenge - Can you find where our school is located? Where you live? Where your friends or family live?