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Let’s take a look at today’s timetable:
Remember to take a rest or sip of water if you need one.
Listen to Clara the hen practise the 11 times tables. Why not join in?
Have a go at finding all the words on this word search. Can you remember what each of these words mean?
- Look carefully at the Jewellery (page 2). They’re all types of amulets. Can you remember what an amulet is? We looked at amulets when we looked at Vikings in our History lessons. Yes, an amulet is a lucky charm (usually an object) worn by Vikings because they believed it would bring them good luck and protect them from evil.
- Write a descriptive sentence for each. Think about what picture you would like to paint in the reader’s head. Try your sentences out on someone else, can they work out which amulet you are describing? Use some of the adjectives below in your sentences.
- Read the poem Amulet (page 3).
- What do you like about the poem? What patterns can you spot? Which is your favourite line?
- Look at Amulet Images (page 4). Which of these images is described best in the poem do you think? Why?
- Use the Revision Card (page 5) to remind yourself about possessive apostrophes.
- Complete Plural Possession Sentences (page 6). If you’re unsure of how to use a possessive apostrophe, watch the video below to remind yourself.
- Follow the instructions on Amulet Poem Idea (page 8 and 9).
- Use your ideas to write your poem on the Writing Frame (page 10).
Practise reading your poem. Share your reading with 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 counts too!
Think of a happy time when you were with your friend. Then, draw this and tell your friend how amazing and special they are! Perhaps you can give this to your friend the next time you see them in school!
Creating a digital password is like creating your very own lock and key. This is because the shape of the key and its grooves are unique to a particular lock. The little details and specific grooves on a key are what make it impossible for any other key to be used to open up a particular lock. This is why it is important to have a strong and secure digital password but also one which is memorable (you can remember).
Cut out and sort the statements about what you think you should do when creating a digital password.
What information should you never put on the internet? What information is safe to put on the internet? Why?
- In my opinion, I think we should never… because…
- I think… is safe to put on the internet because…
This game is about choosing what to do when sharing information publicly (with everyone) on the internet. Can you make the right choices?
Write a sentence to explain why sending and receiving online messages can be dangerous.
I think sending and receiving online messages can be dangerous because...
It’s time to unwind and relax. Let’s listen to today’s story, Charlie Cook's Favourite Book written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler. Click on the video to listen to the story read by television presenter Dermot O’Leary.