Optional PE: complete a daily challenge https://www.parkhalljuniorac.co.uk/pe-activities/
Spelling (20 minutes)
Mark your sentences from yesterday.
The farther I went across the river the deeper it got.
Buddy has been banned from playing football for a week.
The teacher reads aloud to the class at least once a day.
I couldn’t make myself heard above the noise.
She guessed the answer.
This week’s words –
farther, father, band, banned, heard, herd, aloud, allowed, guessed, guest
Write your own sentences using the new words. Remember to check and mark your spelling.
Arithmetic (20 minutes)
Mark your questions from yesterday. You will find the answers at the top of this page. Then, in your Maths book, complete the calculations from the sheet below ‘Inverse operations 2’.
Reading (30 minutes)
Continue to read your chosen book.
History (1 ½ hours)
We will be continuing to discover important historic events that occurred between 1920 and 2020. This week, take a look at the famous scientist Alexander Fleming. Alexander Fleming was a Scottish scientist who discovered the first antibiotic drug, penicillin in 1928. Write a biography about him and his most important discoveries. Spend 30 minutes making notes/researching him and then spend the remaining time writing up your biography neatly. Remember to use blue pen for writing information. You can use crayons / felt tips to colour in titles or pictures. We would love to see your work. Ask your parents to take a photograph and email it to the school office to share with your class teacher.
Here is a list of websites you could use to help you:
Your biography should include -