1). Can you spot the mistake? Explain how you know.
An fox is glaring at an magpie.
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A or An? How do you know?
_____ wonderful person
_____ honest person
_____ ice cream
Challenge: Can you write your own sentences using a or an?
Think about what the animal is like, size, colour and shape of their body parts.
You can download the fox worksheet here and the magpie worksheet here.
Click here to use a thesaurus to help you find new words:
For example: The sneaky, sly fox with long, pointy, orange ears is sniffing the curious magpie.
Click here to remind yourself on expanded noun phrases.
Challenge: Using a thesaurus here find synonyms (different words with the same meaning) for your new words.
After, try to write them into a sentence.
We can’t wait to read your fantastic expanded noun phrase sentences! Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe you want to chill for 5 minutes in the Zen Den to reset your brain. Namaste.
1). Practice your 3, 4 and 8 times table at Jet 2 blast
2). Read the words and write the number.
You can download the table here.
You will need x 5 objects and a weighing scale used in cooking.
Remember we weigh objects in grams (g) and kilograms (kg)
There are 1,000g in 1 kg.
- Watch the video to help you understand how much objects weigh and how to use a scale.
- Now choose five objects that you can pick up from your house and write the name under “Object”.
- Using your hands to measure, predict the weight of the objects and write the weights under “Prediction (g) or (kg)".
- Use a weighing scale to find the objects real weight and write the results under “Weight using a scale (g) or (kg)”
How much heavier is the greatest weight than the lightest weight?
Remember to wash your hands for 20 seconds!
Riddle: What has hands but doesn’t clap?
Answer at the end of the day!
Watch the first 2 minutes of this video and answer these questions in full sentences.
You can download the questions here.
In his paintings, Andy Warhol recreated the same image over and over and would use bright paint to fill in the image with different colours.
One of his most famous paintings is his Campbell’s Soup Cans.
Today you will create your own soup can Pop Art drawing!
We would love to see a picture of your wonderful Pop Art creations, so email us at email@example.com
Try to read at least 20-30 minutes a day either on Active Learn (Bug Club) or with a book.
Answer to the riddle: A clock.
Remember, we would love to hear from you. So, if you would like to send your work to us or ask questions, email these to firstname.lastname@example.org