Join in and make some noise!
1. How does the description of the weather make you feel?
2. Could you create an equally effective description of today’s weather?
3. What do we learn about the character of Amanda in this section?
4. What could Rudger do instead of just hoping for an apology? Write him some advise.
Are you ready to put your Spanish knowledge to the test? Watch the video below and then answer the questions. You don’t need to print the sheets as you can copy them down and then answer.
REMEMBER to look for:
- What are the colours being mentioned in the poem?
- What are the objects being described?
- Do you notice any patterns?
- Can you notice any sounds that we have learnt?
- Which sounds are the hardest to pronounce? Why?
- Can you attempt to recreate this poem in English? Will it have the same effect? Will there be any similarities? Why/ why not?
Dear Year 5,
Have a listen to Ms Fawcett reading the next part of your class reader. Think about what has already happened and what you predicted might come next. While reading you might want to create a story map or notes about the plot. Remember you can always pause and listen again.
I have been sent this wonderful Science activity for everyone to try. Please send photos of you completing this learning. I am looking forward to seeing you wear socks over your shoes and what you grow!
This is a really simple enquiry which allows children to see germination in action and also shows
how successful plants are at dispersing their seeds.
What you need:
An old pair of cotton socks
Put some old socks on top of shoes.
Make the socks damp so that seeds will stick to them.
Go on a seed walk around your garden or local area (following the government advice on
Covid-19). As you are trying to pick up seeds, walk underneath trees, around the edges of
bushes, on top of dandelions and weeds and try to pick up a good amount of mud.
When the socks are looking suitably muddy, take them off and place them in a plastic bag.
If the sock is too dry, add a little water to make sure it is damp.
Tape the bag to a window in a sunny spot.
Check back every day to see what is happening and record what you notice.
Within a couple of days, you should be able to see some growth.
Brought to you by the Herts for Learning Primary Science team
Here is a reading project you can undertake as a whole family, no matter how old everybody is, you can all join in together.
We are going to listen to a story about a giraffe named Gerald, who gets teased because he is clumsy and unable to dance like the other animals. However, Gerald meets a special friend who helps him.
Talk with those around you or write down your ideas. When you have found something different and how have others have helped. How did you feel? How did someone else help? How did you feel once you had learned how to do something?
Listen to the story and as you listen, create a story map/journey recording what is happening. You might need to pause and listen a couple of times. Retell the story using your map.
What did Gerald have to do in order to become a dancer? How did he do this?
Is it important that everyone is able to do the same thing well? Why / why not?
Why do you think the author wrote this story?
Adjectives – create a mind map of all the words used to describe Gerald’s appearance and the way he moves. If you want to revise what adjectives are you can do that here. Compare the two types of adjectives and descriptive phrases.
Alliteration – listen to the story again and create a list of all the examples of alliteration you hear. You can revise what alliteration is here
Rhyming words – Listen to the story again and write the sets of rhyming words.