English & History - Design a poster the day of the week based on where they got their names
(Viking names this week)
When to do it – complete one each day of the week:
- Include the information below on your poster.
- Find an image of that god/goddess that you can add/draw onto your poster and write down facts about them.
- In a fun way write down all the things you did on that day.
- Think of a nice thing you can write about someone in your family (a different person/people for each day of the week).
Our days of the week are named in honour of Norse gods;
(A poster for Tuesday) Tuesday; For Tyr, god of war, Tyr’s day
Arithmetic - heating that maths brain up! (10 minutes to complete)
Work and Answers - Add Money
Science Hunt 2
Plant It. If you have seeds at home, get planting and watching them grow. If you don’t have seeds, there are lots of things you can plant from food in your kitchen. Seeds from apples, lemons, peppers and tomatoes can all be planted by rinsing them, allowing them to dry out and then planting. You can also plant potatoes that have started to sprout by planting them with the shoot facing up in the soil. Onions can be planted too by cutting the bottom off the onion, and planting this in potting soil! If you do have sunflower seeds, why not plant them and see if you can beat the world record!