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Week beginning 1st June

Please choose one task from each subject per day. We would love to see what tasks your child has chosen to do at home, so please send these to your child's class teacher via Class Dojo. 

There are also some fantastic daily lessons and activities on BBC Bitesize for all ages and subjects. 

English Daily Tasks:

Please see the attachments below for this week's English daily tasks. We have also included a reading comprehension with differentiated questions ranging from 1 star - 3 stars in difficulty, children may choose which level questions they wish to have a go at. You will also find some spelling activities below and phonics activities to complete on Purple Mash.

Reading Daily Tasks:

Please read with your child on a daily basis and ask them lots of questions about the events, characters or facts. There is a sheet with some ideas for questions to ask below.

Maths Daily Tasks:

This week we are  investigating weight and mass. We will be using words such as heavy and light to describe objects and then looking at different ways of recording how much something weighs. Feel free to do this as practically as you like using things from around your house.

Topic tasks:

This week we will be learning about local animals continuing with our home and away theme. Our aim is to explore and identify different types of animals found in the UK and to describe them using their unique characteristics. Below you will find optional resources and activities with a check list and a powerpoint to support the children with their learning.

PE weekly challenge:

Before half term your PE challenge was to investigate which physical movement; a bear, a crab or a human was the fastest. Well done to everyone who had a go, check back to your Class Dojo wall for Mrs Huskisson-Moore's video if you would like a reminder. Your next challenge is to design your very own PE challenge to test your class friends, as an animal of your choice. Explore different types of movements and design a point system of your own. We look forward to seeing how hard you push yourself and your friends. Record it on a tablet or phone with help from an adult and send it to your class teacher. Enjoy and good luck!