Keep smiling 4/5K and look after yourselves and your families during the summer holidays.
|I hope you have all had fun creating your lockdown time capsule. When we are back in school I would love to hear about what you have in it and where you have put it.|
I am so disappointed that our time together was cut short and we were not able to work and be
together during the Summer Term. You are a fantastic group of young people, each and every one of you. You will always be a very special class to me. I hope you enjoy the rest of the summer and I really look forward to catching up with you all in September.
Take care and have fun!
Mrs Kerr. xx
On Monday and Wednesday join the Joe Wicks Daily P.E. lesson at 9am. Keep on trying to do a Daily Challenge before starting the activities in the timetable below. If you are able to print off the resources, that's great, but don't worry if you can't, you can note down your answers on paper.
These are your 5 Daily Challenge activities for week beginning 13th July. Have a go at completing one each day, you can do them |
in any order you like. Have fun!
Challenge One||Make a list of synonyms for the word "said" and use 5 of them in a sentence.|
Challenge Two||Find 5 ways to make this sentence more exciting. "The boy played in the park."|
Draw a plant and label the different parts.|
Challenge Four||Write an A-Z of countries.|
Suggested Home Learning Timetable
Week Beginning 13th July.
Lockdown Time Capsule.
The Coronavirus pandemic that we are living through at the moment is a historic event that will be talked about for many years to come. It is history in the making. I'd therefore like you to create your own lockdown time capsule. This is your project for the final 2 weeks of home learning.
Once you have gathered everything together you need to find a suitable container depending on where you are going to put your capsule. Will you bury it outside or keep it somewhere safe indoors so you can share it with your family in years to come?
Guitar, flute and clarinet lessons at home plus free 1-1 tuition.
I hope you've enjoyed trying out the Homophone Riddles. Below is another link to a further 50 for you to have a go at!!
Don't forget to learn you weekly spellings using Spelling Shed. Remember the list changes on a Thursday. I'm giving 50 Honey pots each week as a reward to everybody who has a go. This week there were 12 of you who earned a reward of 50 Honey pots.
Letter to Parents - Click on the link below
Mrs Kerr's School Closure Letter to Parents.odt