Practise your spellings words in your best handwriting, making each letter a different colour.
We would like you to write an acrostic poem.
An acrostic poem is a poem in which certain letters of each line spells out a word, name, or phrase when read vertically. Most often, it's the first letter of each line that spells out the word
Check out the example below.
The PowerPoint attached is also a helpful guide on how to write an acrostic poem.
The theme for your poem will be Christmas. You can use the template provided for your poem or you can create your own one, if you prefer.
Once you've got your template sorted, on a separate piece of paper mind map your ideas. What do you want to write about? What are your favourite things about Christmas? Can you think of adjectives to describe Christmas or if you want to be really creative, can you include some similies?
Make sure you are using your best handwriting!
To continue on with our learning of division, we would like you to complete the below worksheet on dividing by 10.
Remember, you can divide by sharing equally or grouping into equal groups. Don't forget, division isn't commutative and cannot be done in any order.
Please read for at least 15 minutes today.
Look back on your prediction from yesterday, were you correct?
Pick your favourite character from the story. Draw a picture of them. Around your picture record some adjectives describing both your character's personality and appearance.
The season of advent is a time for reflection.
We would like you to spend some time reflecting on this year through writing a Christmas prayer.
In your prayer, please write about some things that you are grateful for. Some ideas include family, friends, special memories, holidays, school trips etc.
Also think about those less fortunate than yourselves. In your prayer ask God to help those people at Christmas time. Perhaps you want homeless people to have access to a hot meal and warm shelter at Christmas time? Or maybe you know someone that is poorly that you would like to feel better at Chrismas time?
You may use the template attached. Alternatively, you can create your own.