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20th April



20TH April 2020


Hello Rabbit Class!

Hope you had a lovely weekend and are ready for this week’s tasks. The weather is getting warmer so the quicker you get your daily tasks finished, the quicker you can go outside for real fun. I know this is a strange time, but you want to be a better reader and have a brain buzzing with new facts when you return to school. I am looking forward to seeing you all and looking at all the things that you will have to show. If you did design a book cover please email it so I can share it on school website.

You should now know the first rule for how to make nouns plural.

Did you make 20 words from the letters of EASTER?

I hope have sent me some writing, if not please send it today.

Remember today is the last day to finish task on TREASURE TREE READING


I have assigned quite a lot of reading on Treasure Tree site for some of you this week as your feedback is the texts are quite easy!


Like previous weeks do not worry if you do not complete all the tasks, I know some children work faster than others.

Here are your tasks for this week 20.4.20


Daily tasks

  • Reading
  • Times tables or number bond practice
  • Daily Exercise


  Last week’s vocabulary challenge champion seems to be Lily who manged to find 32 words

This week’s word is S P R I N G




Literacy 4 x 45 mins

 COMPREHENSION TASKS assigned on Treasure House to be done anytime this week.

Session 1 online                                                                                         Treasure House Reading See assignments how to use a dictionary. This is a reminder of how to find a word and a chance to practise.                                                                         If you have a dictionary at home then you should practise using it.                                                                                         

 Session 2 Reading Session                                                                   Saint George is the patron Saint of England so he should be remembered on Thursday 23rd  April.   It is important that you know about this legend.    Saint George Reading Sheet Read first 2 pages, The legend and then the poem. Practise reading or even learning the poem and perform it for your family.  Attached to this is a wordsearch and an option to write a dragon poem if you want.

Session 3 and 4 PLEASE EMAIL ME A PHOTO OF STORY BY Monday 27th                                                                        Plan and Write the legend of Saint George                                              Plan your version of this legend it should be in paragraphs. Look at Legend again and underline some words to use in your version eg arrived, ferocious, slay the dragon. Choose some phrases in poem to describe your dragon.  Then you will be ready to write.




                                                     Describe the knight and horse where is he now and where is he going.

How is he feeling after a long journey?


When he arrives at the village it is very quiet just like in our life now!

How does he find out about the princess and the dragon?                                    What does he decide to do?                                

Early next morning…      describe the dragon and where it lives. What does it do when it sees George?     Where is the terrified princess?                               Describe how George slays the dragon.

Lots of adjectives


Try to include speech not too much.

Lots of powerful verbs and adverbs


Numeracy 4 x 30 mins





Session 1 Power Maths 3 Lesson 4 100s 10s and 1s reflect make a Place Value Grid and swap the counters around you should be able to make at least 8 numbers.


Session 2 Lesson 5 p18-20 Numberline to 1000


Session 3 Lesson 6 p21-23  Numberline to1000


Session 4  Lesson 7 p24- 26 Finding 1. 10 and 100 more


EXTRA practice times tables facts. Choose 1 page to print and complete Multipl and Division

Facts Sheet                                                                                                                                                     

1st page is facts for 3

3rd page is facts for 4

5th  page is facts for 8

7th page is a mixture of 3, 4 and 8

9th and 11th pages are all times tables mixed


Also check Purple Mash for some 2do tasks




Topic on paper or purple Mash Task

Session 2 Why was Tutankhamun so important?                                                                                  How did the discovery of his tomb add to our knowledge of Ancient Egypt?                            Think about what this question means.                      

Watch these 2 videos or if you have a book you may find the answers by reading.

Now choose 1 of these tasks

Write the answers Tutankhamun Questions Sheet


I have also set a research Task on Purple Mash complete task only after you have watched videos.




Science/Art 3 sessions





Plant Knowledge Sheet all the main facts for this term.  fascinating information


Session 1 Parts of a plant                                                                                                                                        Look at Powerpoint Complete an Art task (slide 3 or 4)


Session 2 Functions of a plant What is a plant? Video + quiz 

Powerpoint slides 5-10

Make folding leaflet. Plant Task sheet   There are 2 sheets Choose ** or *** sheet to print.   ***sheet is more challenging. Look carefully at slide 10 so part 1 (Flower) to be glued on top of part 2 (writing boxes).


Session 3 Finishing off

                  Play pairs game Plant Pairs Game Sheet




ICT Keeping safe online

You are doing lots of school tasks online at the moment to keep safe, it is also one of the best ways to keep in touch with our family and our friends.

Remember friends are people you know and see at school, at clubs or when you go out with your family.  

Be careful if you are on You tube without adult supervision, sometimes things might pop up that you have not searched for. Always tell an adult if you see something that you don’t like. They won’t be cross.