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Tuesday 16th June

Tuesday 16th June 2020



You could start your day by joining Joe Wicks again for his daily live P.E. session which can be accessed here: 

This is his last full week of live PE sessions.  From next week there will be a reduced timetable.


Are you looking for something different to do?  Why not take a look at the ‘Wacky Walks and Ways to Move’ sheets for some ideas to get you moving.



Over the next few weeks we are going to read this Twinkl original eBook which is set in the Stone Age.  This week’s reading and writing tasks will focus on Chapter 1.


Suggested timetable for this week’s tasks:

Monday – read and/or watch the video of Chapter 1 being read and answer the related comprehension questions.

Tuesday – complete ‘Unenjoyable Jobs Activity’ - Part A.

Wednesday – complete ‘Unenjoyable Jobs Activity’ - Part B.

Thursday – complete accompanying SPaG task.



The resources for yesterday’s reading comprehension task are still available below, along with the ‘Unenjoyable Jobs Activity’ sheet.  There are two parts, but I suggest you only complete Part A today and then look at Part B tomorrow. 

How to Skin a Bear Chapter 1

Remember there are comprehension questions to answer during the video, as well as after the video.


Please log on to Spelling Shed  and complete the online activity set for you this week.


If you have a Lexia or Nessy login, don't forget to keep up with your usage.  Try to spread it out throughout the week in short blocks (i.e. no more than 20 mins at a time).

Quick Maths

Today’s challenge: Multiplication 5 Minute Frenzy

Choose one of the sheets below, (range 5-15 is more challenging) use a clock or timer set to 5 minutes and see how many calculations you can answer correctly in that time.   

I will set this challenge again on Thursday to see if you can beat your score!     


Have a go at one of these BBC Bitesize Maths lessons using the links below: 


Y3 = Adding three-digit numbers 


Y4 = Add two 3 or 4-digit numbers together 

History – Stonehenge

When we think about the Stone Age, one of the first things that may come to mind is ‘Stonehenge’, but do you know why or how Stonehenge was built?  Follow the web link below or read the information in the PowerPoint to find out.

Hands On History:

If you would like to, you could have a go at building a stone circle of your own using real stones, clay or junk modelling materials.  Or how about making a mini Stonehenge model using biscuits or crisps?  Have a look at the pictures and the 'Build a Stone Circle' booklet below for ideas.