This week the focus of maths is money. We would like you to spend no more than 30 minutes on each activity. Please work in the book provided by school. There are worksheets attached underneath the Maths worksheets heading. To support your child's maths we have also attached ongoing activities that you can use as and when you see fit.
Counting and adding coins
Addition with money
Step 1: Collect ten items in your house.
Step 2: Give each item a price below £10
Step 3: How many different combinations of items can you buy that total £10?
Challenge: Work out your change from £10 for each combination
Subtraction with money
Money word problems
We would like you to complete the following writing, spelling, punctuation and grammar activities:
Write the beginning of a story using the front cover 'The Accidental Prime Minister' from last week's writing task and your prediction. Aim to write between half a page and a whole page in your workbook. You could also draw some pictures to go with your writing.
Practise your 10 new spellings. Use the strategies we have been working on at school. Get your Parents/Carers to test you on your spellings at the end of the week.
Complete the joining sentences sheet - there are two different activities.
Copy out page 1 and 2 of the poem in your best handwriting - focus on copying the joins carefully and accurately. You could decorate with pictures of plants or you could draw a plant border.
Choose an interesting building/landmark/wonder of the world. It may be one you have learnt about already or one you want to visit. Write a list of questions you would like to ask about it in your workbook. If you'd like to draw a picture or print one off to accompany your questions you can do.
We would like you to read 5 times a week for at least ten minutes each time that you read. Also we would like you to complete the activities below. You can find more reading resources and books to read on the following link:
Read the text and answer the comprehension questions.
Read the text about Armed Forces Day. Create at least five questions you would give to a friend about the text. Try to vary the types of questions you ask: inference, true/false, multiple choice etc.
You are the illustrator of a book. Draw a picture that would fit into the book that you are reading.
Find 5 adjectives in the story that you are reading or in a different book. Write a sentence for each adjective.
You are the main character from the book that you are reading. Write about what you think a day would be like.
We would like you to complete one activity a day from the list below. You can choose which activity you do for each day. The subjects could include: Science, History/Geography, ICT, PE, Spanish, PSHE, Music, RE and Art. Enjoy learning about the world around us.
Activity 1: RE
Get an adult to read the Easter story to you, or read the story yourself. Then copy out the passage, filling in the missing words into your workbook. If you'd like to draw some pictures to accompany your story you can.
Activity 2: PSHE
Use the attached sheet to decide which statements are true or false when thinking about what a good friend is. You can put them into two lists or discuss them with someone at home. Then choose one of your good friends to write a letter to and then when we get back to school you can share your letter with your friend. You could thank them for being a good friend and for the qualities they have that make them a good friend.
Activity 3: Science
Watch the video about the parts of a plant.
Then complete the attached sheet to label the plant and match the correct definitions with the different parts. This is a good website if you'd like to check anything:
Activity 4: History
Use this link: and read the different areas e.g. clothes, tools, cave paintings etc. Also read the information on the sheet provided. Using this information and what we've learnt in class, create a poster/piece of writing/booklet/Popplet/PowerPoint/video about everything you know about the Stone Age.
Activity 5: Spanish
Complete the Spanish worksheet.