This workbook I have attached below is going to be the basis for your English work this week. If you have a printer, you could print it out, if you don't, you can do the work on paper, or even use your computer to type it up! Each day I will let you know what pages I would like you to do. Keep all of your work together so that you don't lose it, you will need it all at the end when you come to write your own story.
Today, I would like you to work through the start of the booklet to page 10. There is a YouTube video I would like you to watch (the link is in the pack), please ask an adult before doing this.
Today, you will be reading the text, making prediction and thinking about what you liked and what you disliked. If you do not know what a word means, you could use a dictionary or google (remember to ask your parent's for permission).
If you would like to show me your work or you have questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every day I will post a video lesson for you to watch, there will be a worksheet and answers. If you have a printer, you can print the worksheet out. If you do not have a printer, you can do the work on paper.
Do not worry if you find this tricky- you're supposed to find it tricky, that's how we know we are learning. Here are some tips on what to do if you get stuck:
- Use BBC Bitesize website
- Email me
- Ask Mum, Dad or any older siblings you have
- Relax and try your best
If you find it too tricky and you get into a bit of a pickle, do some different maths: you could use MyMaths, Purple Mash or TTRS.
Afternoon Lesson- Art
Today I would like you to take part in this wonderful art lesson. Below is a video by the Illustrator Tim Hopgood.
You will need:
- A piece of paper
- A pencil
- Some pieces of coloured paper (you could get these from the recycling!)
- A glue stick
Optional (Ask Mum and Dad for this)
- A paintbrush
- Coloured Paint
I would love to see your creations, Mrs Spencer would like to see them too. You could email me a picture, or post it on the Waller's Wellbeing page.
Good luck :)
Miss Brown reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Chapter 1