Monday 11th May 2020

Subject Activity
Prayer Prayer for Monday 11th May 2020

Creator God,

You show us what love is

Through the beauty of the earth

And the gift of your Son.

For the love of…

Animal and plant

Mountain and forest

Sea and city

Woman and man

Friend and family

Those who live far from us

And those yet to be born

Move us to live more simply,

To protect the earth

And to speak up for those in need.


Handwriting Copy this week’s spellings into your handwriting book:

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Maths 11-05-2020
Morning Challenge

WALT: Identify 2D Shapes

A polygon is a flat, two-dimensional (2D) shape with straight sides that is fully closed (all the sides are joined up). The sides must be straight. Polygons may have any number of sides.A regular polygon is a polygon in which all sides are of all the same length and at the same angles.These include a pentagon which has 5 sides, a hexagon has 6, a heptagon has 7, and an octagon has 8 sides.

Extension Challenge:

Go on a shape hunt. Create a tally of the shapes you see.

Can you see any pentagons?
Can you see any octagons?

Can you see any hexagons?
What was the most common shape?

English Monday 11th May 2020
WALT: Interpret an illustration
From Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne

Look at the illustration and answer the following questions.
What did you notice first in this picture?

What is happening here?

What might be about to happen?

Does this picture remind you of anything?

Can you see unusual shapes or objects?

How are the characters feeling? (How do you know? What makes you think that?)

If you were in this picture, what could you see?

If you were in this picture, what could you smell?

If you were in this picture, what might you hear?

If you were in this picture, how would you be feeling?

Science Monday 11th May 2020

The Big Question ……. What if plants could move?

Remember there is no right or wrong answer.

You could think about the following:

  • How could plants move?
  • What would moving allow the plants to do?
  • How would different kinds of plants move?
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