Osprey Class Weekly Home Learning Project Page
This page will be updated weekly with ideas and tasks that you could complete with your child.
Well done to all of those who have completed work from Week 1. You can see some of the work in the Gallery area above.
We would like to remind you to read every day and have a discussion about the text you have read.
Shrewsbury Town In The Community have launched their website with a range of activities for you to have a go at. Simply sign up for free and have a go. Click here
For the chance to listen to some of David Walliams' books on audio, follow this link and look for the "Elevenses" link on his website. Click here.
Any work that you complete can be sent to the class email address for Mr Pearce to look at and some of it may even appear in our class gallery above.
Below is a document with amazing virtual tours! You could visit some unbelievable places around the world such as: The Eiffel Tower, Rome and many other cities and places around the world.
Write some Easter poetry. It could rhyme use alliteration, personification, similes or metaphors.
You could eve try to write an acrostic poem using the word EASTER.
Make an Easter recipe, write down all of the ingredients you have used and them scale the recipe up by 2, 3 and 5
Make a comparison table about the similarities and differences between a British and Galapagos habitat.
Using whatever you can find at home, make your own cross.
Learn and perform the Easter song.
Can you teach it to someone else too?
Use a map or atlas to plot the important places linked with Easter. How far away are they from us?
Watch a movie or tv programme from a long time ago. How have programmes and movies changed since then. Compare it with a modern film.
Use Scratch to make an animation about the Easter story of Jesus travelling to Jerusalem
Complete a circuit of exercises. 40 seconds of work, 20 seconds of rest.
Some ideas: Star jumps, High knees, Mountain climbers, Lunge, Squats
Using this palm leaf template, or make your own, write a diary entry of a townsperson welcoming Jesus into Jerusalem.
What do you do when someone makes fun of something? Do you join in? Do you tell them to stop?
Discuss what you should do and how you can get help
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