Welcome back Lancasters!
I hope you've had a lovely Easter Holiday relaxing, and spending time with your families.
On this page you will find a daily English and Maths activity, we will have covered everything on these already in our class learning, so hopefully nothing will be a massive surprise to you!
Most of the work shall be worksheet based, either print these out and stick into your home learning book, or write them up as best you can in your books, that way all your home learning is kept organised in one place!
On this page, you can also find two new projects.
This term we were supposed to be learning all about living things and their habitats during our Science lessons, so I have incorporated the topic into your new project! There's lots of different ideas and tasks you could carry out at home.
The second project has been created by Mrs Hodges, which focuses on using the online website Charanga, that we often use in our Music lessons!
Remember if there is anything you are unsure about, or would like to show me some of your amazing work- I'd love to see it! Please email: Lancasters@sturton-by-stow.lincs.sch.uk
Maths Home Learning!
For maths this week, I would like you to recap on our statistics topic, which covered reading, interpreting and drawing line graphs and tables of data. At the start of the week it shall focus on line graphs. Then towards the end of the week, there shall be a greater focus on reading tables of data and timetables.
English Home Learning!
For your English this week there are a variety of different tasks. The week shall start with reading comprehension - using our VIPERS to help us answer the questions about the short story or extract. There shall also be home learning on our grammar, as well as at the end of the week writing and creating silly stories!
Living Things and Their Habitats Project
On this document you shall find a multitude of different activities for you to complete as part of your learning. They focus on the different areas, which we would have covered this term for our Science!
During our music lessons we often use the programme Charanga to guide us, Mrs Hodges has very kindly set up our own class page for us to be able to do some music!
The document below outlines how you can access Charanga.
Where can I look for help? What if I need more to do?
Below, I have created a document showing some really useful websites to continue your learning! These websites will help you to secure your learning in what we've already covered this year, or discover something completely new!