Over the next two weeks, we are changing how we set your work. Instead of setting you maths and literacy every day, we will set you lots of projects that you can have a go at instead. Some of these are related to Easter, some are related to the current situation we find ourselves in and others are just for a bit of fun.
This week you will have different projects/tasks you can complete and then we will put a new list up next week. We want you to have some fun creating, designing and exploring over the next two weeks.
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Your topic work this week is about the Easter Story.
We want you to remind yourself about the Easter Story and why Easter is celebrated and the true meaning of Easter. There is a PowerPoint with the Easter Story on to read through to remind yourself.
Once you have done this, we want you to be creative with a retelling of the story.
You could: make props and act it out, use Lego to create the story (watch a video on Youtube to help), rewrite it from a different person's point of view, paint or draw pictures of the story or create a comic strip of the story. You could even come up with your own creative ways.
Please share your finished work with us by sending an email to the homework email address - email@example.com - we would love to see what you decide to do!
You can also complete any learning logs you didn't finish before we closed.
If you want any extra activities, please look at the different options that are below. You can do some of the writing tasks, where you must complete the story, or you could have a look at the geography, studying the Lake District. You could also have a look at the document with all the links to different websites and activities to have a go at.
You could keep busy and active by completing some Just Dance videos online or even join in the Joe Wicks live PE lesson every morning at 9am on Youtube.
You can now use your ttrockstars username and password to access Numbots from this website.
This will give you different addition and subtraction activities. If you have any problems, please email firstname.lastname@example.org