Tuesday 26th January
Tuesday 26th January
Watch the video and complete the calculations. Please continue the video to mark your work and send me your score out of 10.
Please watch the video and complete the work that is in the comprehension Books - 'The Great Fire of London'
Please watch the video and then complete the work that can be found at the bottom of this page. You only need to complete the questions of pages 4 and 5 and then you will find the answers to mark your work on pages 6.
Watch the video and complete the task. The non-chronological reports that you will need can be found below this video link. You only need to choose one.
Watch the video: https://youtu.be/UO8dShRHP_s
Watch the link when asked to in the video: https://vimeo.com/57735951
Complete the tasks below:
Task 1- Write down the name of each of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms and try to link them to the numbers on the map- write them down linked to each number
Task 2- Write a paragraph describing the invasion of England during the Anglo-Saxon period. Use the sentences on the video to help if you need to.
Task 3- Complete the sentence to identify which Anglo-Saxon Kingdom used to be in the area we live in now. ______________ was the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of the area we live now.
You may want to watch an animation of Beowulf.
Please have a look at the powerpoint that can be found at the bottom of the webpage to give you lots of ideas about how to create your own monster. You will also find some youtube videos that may help.
Pendleside Hospice Art Competition
We thought that it may be a nice idea to bring a little cheer into our lives at this time so we have designed an art competition which we thought you may be able to do with the children, either in school or remotely for those at home. The idea is for the children to draw, paint or craft a sunflower. They can then email a photo of this to us for judging and the winning design will be used on all the marketing material for our sunflower memories appeal 2021. We would also love for children to put their sunflowers in their windows at home, like they did with their rainbows in 2020 and let’s see if we can spread a little brightness in these times.
I very much hope that you will be able to support us with this and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Take care and stay safe,