Here’s a question. How many different languages can you say ‘hello’ in? Click on the video to see if you can remember all 15 different languages of saying hello. Don’t be shy, sing along!
Remember to try and do some exercise each day because it is really good for your brain and body. Take a look at the benefits of keeping active:
Watch this short video about the 3 times tables.
Click on the image to download the activity. Colour it in and give it to someone special or to your favourite person!
- Read Winter (page 2).
- Write on the text to show the parts of the poem that you particularly like, any patterns that you can see and any questions or puzzles that you find.
- Use the Revision Card (page 3) to remind yourself about adverbials.
- Practise using adverbials by writing sentences with a fronted adverbial that could go with the months of the year.
- Write your sentences on Month Poem Idea (page 4). Challenge yourself to write at least 6 sentences. Adverbial Ideas (page 5) and Preposition Examples (page 6) might be helpful.
- Pick your favourite month or the month of your birthday. Can you find a poem that would match this month well? You could use one of the poems we have read, or you could search online: https://childrens.poetryarchive.org/
- When you have found your poem, write all of it or some of it out very carefully.
Try the Fun-Time Extra
- Can you illustrate your favourite poem?
- Can you record yourself reading it and send the recording to someone else?
Remember to also spend 30 minutes reading books and answering questions on Active Learn Primary. If you don't have access to a computer, remember, reading a magazine or newspaper (see below for this week's latest news) counts too!
Welcome back! Did you have a lovely lunch?
To prepare ourselves for this afternoon’s learning, click on the video and practise breathing calmly – follow the instructions to breathe in and out. Remember, breathing calmly is really useful to help us feel calm and relaxed.
What do you think makes a healthy, positive relationship? Why? How about an unhealthy relationship? What might this look like?
- I think a healthy relationship is... because...
- In my opinion, an unhealthy relationship is... because...
Download the worksheets. Then, cut out the pictures and decide if they should go in the column labelled healthy (positive) relationships or in the unhealthy (negative) relationships column. How do you know? Can you think of other healthy and unhealthy relationships for each column? Write these in.
- I think a healthy, positive friendship is…
- In my opinion, a healthy, positive friendship is…
It’s time to unwind and relax. Let’s listen to today’s story, Grobblechops written by Elizabeth Laird and illustrated by Jenny Lucande. Click on the video to listen to Elizabeth Laird read aloud her story.