Below is a list of today’s activities. Choose which order you would like to complete them in.
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Today’s activity – Read the story below called ‘A New Pet’? Remember to use expression like we have been practising.
Then open the questions and see how many you can get right, remember you can go back and look at the story as many times you like.
Once you have finished take a look at the answers and mark your work with an adult.
Well done you have almost completed your letter to Captain Tom. Today I would like you to reread your letter and make sure it makes sense. Is there anymore adjectives you could include? Are you happy with your final piece? Have you included all your punctuation?
When you have finished checking your work and have read it to an adult, please draw a picture of Captain Tom completing 100 laps of his garden.
You can create a birthday card for Captain Tom wishing him a happy 100th birthday.
If you wish to send your letter or card to Captain Tom, pop them in an envelope and write his name on the front; the post men know where to send it so you don’t need to include an address.
If you are still learning to read click on the link below to open today’s Phonics PowerPoint, you will need something to write with.
If you are an able reader follow the instructions below to complete a grammar activity:
Can you name the other 3D shapes we have been learning about that have not featured in this video?
What shapes can you see in these pictures? Can you see 2D and 3D shapes?
Create your own picture from a book or story you know well including real-life 3D and 2D shapes, show off your learning with as many shapes as possible. Perhaps you could draw the junk yard from the book ‘The Robot and the Bluebird’ or the castle from ‘Cinderella’.
Challenge: There are two challenges today! First is a Topmarks game and the second link you can write the answers into your book.
(The above link will not work with Google Chrome please open with microsoft edge as it is a flash player resource, once opened click on the introduction activity).
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zh23gwx (The answers are underneath, try not to peak!)
Arts and Crafts
We would like you to do some research and find out about different festivals celebrated around the world in May. One of the most interesting festivals that I found out about is:
FESTIVAL OF THE SNAKES // COCULLO, ITALY
The Feast of San Domenico in the Italian town of Cocullo is also known as the Festival of the Snakes (Festa dei Serpari). Cocullo is tiny town, with a population of fewer than 300 people, but thousands turn out to see the San Domenico procession in early May. As they have for nearly a thousand years, villagers carry the statue of San Domenico, covered in snakes, from the church and through town.
San Domenico was a Benedictine monk who lived in the 10th and 11th centuries, and was said to be able to cure people of snake bites and rabies. For the annual procession, villagers capture nonvenomous snakes, and many of them are laid on the statue. Other snakes are carried in the procession, as well as the traditional bread made to resemble a snake eating its own tail. The snakes are released after the ritual. The Snake Festival happens on the first Thursday in May, which this year was on May 5. See a video of the procession here:
Once you have chosen a festival we would like you to create a poster to share all of the facts that you have found out about it.
Jo Wicks is doing daily work outs for children to complete a 30 minute PE lesson. Click on the link below which will take you to his channel on you tube.
Once finished take some photos and email them to your teacher and let them know how well you did.
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org