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Home Learning 12th-15th January


Friday 15th January

Active Time


Please see the ‘Keep Active at Home’ page on the school website for ideas.

You could also use your Fitter Future logins to complete some workouts at home.

Here are some more fun links to keep you active

Cosmic Yoga- Cosmic Kids Yoga - YouTube

Joe Wicks- 5 Minute Move - Short energising workouts for kids - YouTube

Word of the day

Spelling Test

 Ask an adult to read out the spellings to you in a different order to see how many you can spell correctly. Good luck!

copier   copied  happier   happiest   cried  replied   tried  dried   driest   funnier     




Sick sentence:

Uplevel/Correct the following sentence.


She carefully put on suncreem and wore a hat because she had yummee pasta for tey.



Today we are going to finish planning our story.  Today we are planning the sections below. For each section we will draw a picture and add wow words and key notes around it.


What goes wrong? Consider the dangers of the Stone Age.  How does the character feel?


Who helps? What do they do?


Where last? Where do they go when the problem is resolved?

Feelings How do they feel? What do they think after the events of the story?  


Task 1: Watch today’s English video on Class Dojo.

Task 2: Plan the rest of your story by drawing pictures and writing key words for each section.

Times Tables


Log in to TT Rockstars and try and beat your best score.

If you haven’t yet, take a look at the games on numbots.           






O’clock and half past practise


Choose one of these activities to complete for your maths today:

  • Create a time board game and then play it!

  • Create a game of matching clocks and times and challenge your grown up to a game of snap.

  • Make your own clock. Remember to make the minute hand long and the hour hand short.






Please see the ‘Generic Reading to do at home’ link on the school website to choose a book for your daily reading.                      

Learning Expedition

Evaluation of Stone Age Necklace

Today we will be threading our salt dough shapes onto the dyed wool and trying on our Stone Age necklaces.

Have a look at your design and finished necklace and consider these questions:

Did your necklace turn out as designed?

What went well?

What do you like about it?

Was part of the method difficult?

Is there anything that you would change?