Remember, you can practise your spellings on Spelling Shed.
This week's spelling pattern is silent letters.
You can also practise your times tables on Times Tables Rock Stars.
Other activities you might consider doing:
- Joe Wicks https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
- Create a spring poem using your senses.
It could be an acrostic poem, a haiku, or a narrative poem. You could use similes and metaphors, personification and onomatopoeia. You could research some spring poems beforehand. You could draw a picture alongside.
Here is an example:
by John Clare
The spring is coming by a man signs;
The trays are up, the hedges broken down,
That fenced the haystack, and the remnant shines
Like some old antique fragment weathered brown.
And where suns peep, in every sheltered place,
The little early buttercups unfold
A glittering star or two - till many trace
The edges of the blackthorn clumps in gold.
And then a little lamb bolts up behind
The hill and wags his tail to meet the yoe,
And then another, sheltered from the wind,
Lies all his length as dead - and lets me go
Close bye and never stirs but baking lies,
With legs stretched out as though he could not rise.