Share this Poster with your adult. Enjoy a book together
Start off with Speed Sound lessons every day using the link below.
Films will show at the times below and be available for 24 hours.
- Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am
- Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am
- Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am
Ready For Reading
Read the extract
Answer the questions in complete sentences.
1. How do you think Flox got out of the spaceship? What does that tell us about the situation?
2. What do you think the word “Struptag” means? How do you think this would have been spoken?
3. Why do you think Harry scratched his head and widened his eyes?
4. Why do you think Harry describes the spaceship as “a silver baby dragon”?
R is for Rocket, S is for Space, U is for Universe, P is for planet
Can you write some adjectives (describing words), verbs (doing words), or adverbs (often ends in ly and modifies other words), beginning with those letters on the rocket templates.
Maybe even make your own 3D rocket and write the words on the sides.
Print out the PDF for instructions.
3D Rocket Instructions
Wild World Author Masterclass Week 2
Think about the poem we read from Wild World about the first habitat, The Rainforest – A Secret World last week.
Re – read the poem
Click on the link to hear Angela reading The Rainforest Poem from the book:
Don’t worry if you can’t access the link you can read the first poem Rainforest here yourself and then complete the activity:
Wild World Author Masterclass Week 2
Think about the poem, The Rainforest – A Secret World.
How well did you understand it?
Can you answer these questions?
- What two adjectives does the poet use to begin the poem “Rainforest”?
- What is the metaphor in the second line? What does this make you feel and think of?
- How does the poet create the sense that the rainforest is entirely its own world?
- Can you find an example of alliteration in the third and fourth lines? Why is it effective?
- Which animals are mentioned in the poem? Can you see these animals in the accompanying illustration?
- How does the poet change the tone of the poem half way through?
- How does the poet use imagery of light and dark in the poem? What sort of atmosphere does it create?
- What sense do you have that life is difficult in the rainforest? How do you get that sense?
- The poet creates contrast throughout “Rainforest”. Do you agree with this statement? Give reasons for your answer.
- How does the poet make the reader feel that the rainforest is magical or dangerous? Does the poet make you like the rainforest or feel fearful of it?
Adjective – describing word
Metaphor – compares two things which are not alike, but have something in common
e.g. My brother is the black sheep of the family
Alliteration -When words start with the same sound e.g. Peter Piper
Tone – the attitude you feel from the poem
Imagery - Parts of the poem that make you feel different things
Contrast – describing the difference between two things sometimes opposites
e.g. black and white
- Which letter appears most? How did you work this out?
- How many C’s in 6 names?
- How many i’s in four names? How many in 8 names?
- Will ‘a’ be the 50th letter of the sequence how do you know?
- Try this with your own name.
- Ask someone in your family to answer the questions.
"Hey Everyone! Do you know what you get when you add all the odd numbers from 1 to 19?"
Do you know the number of seconds in a minute, minutes in an hour and hours in a day.
Use the information in the table to answer these questions:
1. How many hours are in one day?
2. How many minutes are in one hour?
3. How many days are in a week?
4. How many minutes are in two hours?
5. How many days are in two weeks?
6. How many minutes are in half an hour?
7. How many seconds are in two minutes?
Print out and complete
Making a Time Capsule
What is a Time Capsule?
A time capsule is a container that holds present day items, such as photos, newspapers, letters and more. It records history right now, and it is put away so that in the future we can remember what this time was like.
You can complete this Time Capsule and look back on it in years to come. Put the finished sheets in a labelled time capsule box and make a note on the calendar to look back at them at the end of the year.
Store the box somewhere safe and dry. You could also take some photos of a typical day in your household and put these in too.
In the future, people will look back upon this period the year 2020, as a major event in our history. This time won’t last forever. So you, can create your own time capsule based on your life at the moment, and in the future, you will be telling your grandchildren about what it was like!
Print out the following PDF’s:
- Objects to put into a capsule
- A letter to my future self
- My home learning diary (remember Samuel Pepys’ diary about the Great Fire of London),
- Time capsule activities.
You might also like to make an outdoor time capsule, and bury it in the garden.
Time Capsule Ideas
This week, we are going to learn a song all about Friendship.
Ask your adult to help you to read the PDF below, with information on how to access the YUMU online music platform.
Every child has their own password, which you can find in your latest home learning pack.
When you have logged in, you will be able to see the lessons, all about the Friendship song.
A screen will appear and you will see the completion date for each lesson:
Happy Singing Everyone – Remember singing is good for us, it keeps us cheerful, and soothes us when we need to relax.