Maths, SPaG and English homework below.
Tell the time to 5 minutes
In PSHE this week we're looking at our community and our place within it.
Over the next few days, talk to someone in your family about what community means to them.
Think of some questions you could ask them about their local community, things they do as part of the community and ways to keep our community safe and strong.
Record your answers and write them as a new Blog post.
Remember the 4 things we need to consider when writing direct speech:
1. Inverted Commas (these go around what is being said)
2. Punctuation (inside the inverted commas. Think about commas, question marks and exclamation marks)
3. Reporting Clause (this is who is saying it and how they're saying it)
4. New speaker, new line (when a new person starts speaking they need a new line. This doesn't mean miss a line)
Thinking about the above, can you check the following piece of direct speech and rewrite it with all the relevant punctuation?
Did you watch the football last night asked Dom, as he tied his shoelace. No, not last night replied Jason, I was reading my book and completely forgot about it. What book are you reading" asked Dom. Just an old one of my Dad's, an old cowboy book, it's really good, replies Jason excitedly
Write it on paper and bring it in or as a blog entry online.
Blog the Euros
You can also take part in the Blog the Euro challenge that's going on during Euro 2021 (or is it Euro 2020 that's being played in 2021?)
Belgium is our team to watch and you can create some fact files about their team, their players and the country on our class blog page.
Head over to Hummingbird Blog and click on Blog the Euros on the top banner menu to see the options.