- Times Tables - Beat the Clock! See how many you can answer in 10 minutes. Watch out there are some division in there. If you would just like to get some practice you do not need to put a timer on.
- Reading - Remembering questions. These questions test how well you can remember what you read. Using a book you are currently reading or find a short story to read.
I have set up an account with Oxford Owl to access E-Books. Head to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ and click on "My Class Login". I will put the username and password on Teams.
- Listening - Listen to Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll. You can read the poem below too.
Health and Well-being
- Awesome Bricks at Home. The National Museum of Scotland are asking you to recreate your favourite museum objects and places using Lego you have at home. Click "Download object ideas" to find out how to search for amazing museum objects on their website. The website also shows you Lego creations that have already been made, instructions of how to complete a Mini-figure hide and seek and instructions on how make your own mini Concorde or a mini Wright flyer (the first successful powered aircraft to fly).
- Singing - Wild Mountain Thyme. In Team files I have uploaded the history of the song as well as the lyrics. This version of the song is quite slow for you to learn the lyrics along with the rhythm of the song (note. verse 3 on the video isn't on the lyrics sheet). Once you are comfortable to you can find different versions on YouTube.
- D is for Downtime. Downtime gives us the chance to spend a little time doing what we want - or doing nothing!! It can be like a little 10 minute holiday just for you.
Think - Where is the best place in your house or garden to have downtime?
Say - "I can have a 10 minute holiday every day if I choose".
Do - Decide where in your house or garden you can go for a 10 minute holiday/break. Ask an adult if you can make a snack or picnic. Draw a picture of your favourite place, or just sit and enjoy your picnic in it.