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WB: Monday 13th April, 2020

English - I can write for different purposes, including real events.

You could:

  • Write the story of Grace Darling.

  • Write a diary entry as Grace describing that eventful night.

  • Sequence the events of that night using time words.

  • Draw Grace and surround her with adjectives to describe her.

  • Write your own rescue story.

  • Was Grace a hero? Was she only famous because she was a girl? Write to us with your opinion. 

Twinkl and the RNLI both have useful resources.


Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar -  I can identify nouns and adjectives.

  • Can you remember what nouns and adjectives are? ‘A noun is the name of a thing, a place or a person.’ ‘An adjective describes a noun.’    

  • Remind yourself with these bitesize links:  ‘What are nouns?’ ‘ ‘what are adjectives?’ 

  • Choose a page from a book you enjoy reading. Can you identify the nouns in three sentences from the book?  Are there any adjectives telling you more about these nouns? If not, make up your own adjectives. 

  • Play an ‘adjectives’ game with someone in your family. Choose an object - a toy, the cat, your favourite shoes - and take turns to think of adjectives that describe the thing you are talking about. Can you think of adjectives to describe people in your family? (Remember to be polite!)

  • You can try this game:

  • Write a few sentences describing what you see from your window, using adjectives; email it to us as we would love to read it.


Maths - I can tell the time including o’clock, quarter past and half past.

  • Talk to your family about telling the time. Tell them what you already know. Here are some videos to help you:

  • Use these games to practice your addition and subtraction, as these are very important skills.


ReadingI can answer questions about a text.

  • Have you any chocolate left?  Listen to Michael Rosen’s story about a chocolate cake. 

We suggest that you watch it all the way through, then watch again to answer these questions.

Questions:   (the times eg ‘(1:05)’ link to a point on the video)

1)  Why does he look over his shoulders before taking a bite of cake? (1:05)

2)  When he first opens the cupboard (2:15) do you think he intends to eat the cake?

3)  At 3:30 on the video, which two adjectives describe the icing?

4)  How does he feel when he’s eaten the whole cake? (4:10)  Explain why you think that.

5)  What did Mum see that made her believe he had eaten the cake? (6:17) 

6)  (7:30) Do you think she will? 


Topic - I can describe the stages in the life cycle of a plant.

  • Describe, draw or cut and stick the stages of the plant life cycle. This link might help:


RE - I can remember a religious story and talk about it.

  • If you had met Jesus after the Resurrection, what questions would you have asked him?  Imagine the conversation, maybe write it down in speech bubbles. 


PSHE - I know how to keep clean and healthy    

After all this chocolate, are you looking after your teeth?    Watch this video to remind you why, and how, we look after our teeth.



  • Create a 3D Easter card, bake Easter cupcakes or design your own Easter egg pattern.



  • Can you design your own Easter themed assault course / egg hunt in the garden? Design and complete with family in the garden or living room. 


Computing - I can learn how to type.  

  • Typing quickly and accurately is a useful skill. As last week, there are some fun games and typing lessons on this website that you might like to try. You will need to use a laptop or computer for these though. If you tried one game then try a different one.