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         Suggested Activities  –  Week beginning; 1.6.20

Please adapt the tasks to suit the ability/needs of your child.

Remember to log in to Marvellous Me and all the other apps we have sent you to access additional learning and personal messages.

Please take lots of photos of your child’s work or your child doing more practical activities so we can create a picture gallery of everything they have been doing. Please be aware this may mean that your child’s picture may be on Facebook or the website.


Spend 10 minutes a day practising your times tables. Try to complete at least 2 rounds of your Rock Stars account.


Choose a game to play :-



Practise counting forward and back from 100.  Can you count in different steps  eg 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s, 4s? 


Roll a dice and add the 2 numbers together—how many  different totals can you make? 

Repeat by making a 2digit number by rolling the dice twice and then adding a single digit number?

CHALLENGE:- How many different totals can you make by adding two 2 digit numbers?  Can you add two 3 digit numbers?


Choose a book and share it with an adult. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find as many different words for said as you can in your book and write them down in a mind map.

Complete 3 x 20min sessions of Lexia this week.


Writing task

Go on a mini-beast hunt outside.  How many different  mini-beasts can you find?  Choose one, draw a picture of it and label it..  Can you find out where it lives, what it eats and an interesting fact about it? Write a simple report about your mini-beast.  If you need some help have a look at these examples;



Challenge: – Draw your mini beast in a food chain or web.

Creative – Physical Education/PSHE

As the weather is so good at the moment, go geocaching with your family  – an outdoor treasure hunt using your adults phone.  Ask them to down load the app—here’s the link!


Remember, this is outdoors so you can run, walk or even cycle to find the geocaches.  You will need to work as a team with your family to find them and if you are out in the countryside, remember to use the country code and your road safety knowledge.

Purple Mash Activity

Have a look at your 2DO’s for extra activities.

Cultural capital – Burj Khalifa

Do you know what this building is?  Use the internet to find out what it is made from, how tall it is, what it is used for and why?  Can you visit it and does anyone live there? 

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Compare it with another famous building—what is the same / different?

Can you make a model of it out of materials in your house and garden?  If you do, send in a  photo of your model.

Extra activities

Try something new such as juggling, a creative activity, learn a new song or dance, a new football trick or a new outdoor activity.  Ask your adults to send in some videos of you trying something new. 

Keep safe, be kind and keep working hard – you are all amazing! Missing you all from  Mrs Burgess, Mrs Ellerington and Mrs Robinson.

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