Year 4: Estimating money
Year 5: Multiply decimals by 10, 100 and 1000
On the optional worksheets, the difficulty is usually shown in the bottom corner of the page in a star.
D = Developing (mild)
E = Expected (spicy)
GD = Greater Depth (hot)
It can also be shown by the number of stars.
* = Mild
** = Spicy
*** = Hot
Optional Maths Worksheets
Year 4: Sound Words
Year 5: Imagery and Figurative Language in Poetry
Year 4: Use onomatopoeia to write a poem about the shipwreck at the beginning of the Tempest. You can re-read this part of the story to help give you some ideas.
Year 5: For the example poems (attached below),
Which poem did you enjoy the most?
Can you find any examples of figurative language?
Can you perform one of the poems to a member of your family or a friend?
Read up to page 45 of The Tempest. On this page, the Fairies sing a poem to celebrate Miranda and Ferdinand's wedding. Are there any examples of figurative language in this poem?
Write your own poem to celebrate a happy family occasion (birthday, graduation, new baby engagement) using the figurative language you have learnt today.
Have a look at the RNLI page on water safety.
I would like you to do the Water Safety Passport 2 and the Water Activity Quiz. There is an optional printable version of the Passport.
Pilates is practised in schools all over the world and is recognised as having loads of benefits for young children.
Here are just some of those benefits:
- Improve motor skills
- Improve physical literacy
- Become more mindful
- Strength the core
- Manage moods
Have a go at this Pilates video: