Research an Anglo-Saxon artifact of your choice. Create a fact page in your Home Learning book to tell me about it. I’d like you to include either a printed picture or an image you have drawn yourself.
Think about: How was your artifact used? How helpful was it? How did it work? Who was it used by?
I stuck in this weeks spellings to the spelling books that were brought into school, everyone else was sent home with them on paper. If you are missing the spellings, please let me know and I’ll give you another set.
Times tables will resume next week 🙂
Monday is bringing with it the new term and we’ll be beginning a new exciting topic called ‘Let The Battle Commence!’ all about the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings!
To start off the term, I want to share a quote with you ….
‘The man who moves a mountain must start by moving small stones.’ – A Chinese Proverb
By having a growth mindset, you can achieve everything you want to!
I’d love for you to share in the comments box, some responses to this – What does this mean for you? How can you begin the new term positively, ready to move those small stones?
See you Monday!
Please can players for Monday’s Tag Rugby competition bring a set of suitable warm clothes to wear for the game as it will be taking place outside. You will also need a coat in case you are a sub. You are allowed to wear football boots if you want to for the actual game BUT need to arrive wearing trainers and bring the boots to change into as you won’t be allowed to walk through the school wearing them. Please can you pass this information on to anyone else who you know is in the competition 🙂
Mrs Hart is very much looking forward to Monday’s competition!
Have a great weekend.
This week I’d like you to look at the poem ‘From a Railway Carriage’ by Robert Louis Stevenson. It is one of my favourite poems and I think you’ll like it too. What do you notice about it? What does it tell you about? What do you like about it? Explain your ideas in your Home Learning book. See if you can learn some of the poem off by heart for a class performance next week!
Keep going with Times Tables Rockstars, Spellzone and daily reading! Don’t forget to post a reply to our thought of the week too!
Thinking about our discussions about how gravity and air resistance work, why do you think clouds stay up in the sky?