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Monday 8th June - Science

L.O: To group and describe materials

Watch the PowerPoint on different types of materials. Talk with your grown up as you watch it. Have a look around your house and see what you can find that is made of wood, metal, plastic etc. Use the worksheet below to draw and label the things you have found. If you haven't got a printer, divide your page into six boxes and write the headings. 

For each object, think about how it feels (texture) and looks. Look at the vocabulary box on the second page of the worksheet and find the words to describe each material. See if you can find out the meaning of 'transparent' - there's a word on the sheet which means the same! Add these describing words to the boxes on your worksheet. You could use a different colour for your describing words but keep it neat!


Can you find any objects that can go in more than one box? Why can they go in different boxes? Write 2 or 3 sentences to explain why. 

Tuesday 9th June - RE

L.O.: To recognise that bad choices make people sad

Sometimes we purposely break important rules about loving.  When something bad is done on purpose, that we know will upset or hurt someone, that is called a ‘sin’.  When we purposely don’t do something that we know we should do and know that it will hurt or upset someone that, too, is a sin.  A sin breaks our friendship with God and others and makes us feel bad.  When we sin, God still loves us, just as our parents love us even when they do not like what we do. It is important to say sorry.

  1. Read the story below. Think about the bad choices, how they made people feel and how they could be put right.
  2. Make a list of good choices and a list of bad choices. Think about how they make people feel. Choose one of the bad choices and write a few sentences about what could be done to make it better.

Wednesday 10th June - History

L.O: To compare similiarities and differences between the past and present

We are looking at seasides in the past. Watch 'Magic Grandad - The promenade'  and 'The Beach' on YouTube.

Talk to your grown up about the different things you see. Which things do you notice that are different from today and which things are still the same?

Either use the worksheet attached or divide your page in to thirds and use the headings 'Then', 'Same' and 'Now'. In each box, draw and label  things you saw in the videos. In the 'then' box, record things that are different - such as the bathing machines and a hokey pokey. In the 'now' box draw and label things we have/do nowadays that they didn't have/do a 100 years ago. For example - suncream and inflatables. In the middle box - 'same' draw and label things that have stayed the same, such as donkey rides and paddling.

Extra Challenge: Instead of just labelling, explain in sentences what the item is/was used for. 

Thursday 11th June - Art

To link in with our history work on seasides, we are going to draw a black and white picture of a Victorian seaside scene. We are going to use shading techniques to help create our picture.

Watch the YouTube video on shading and have a practise with your pencil, pressing on lightly at first then gradually press harder and harder.

Now have a look at the black and white photographs of seaside scenes in Victorian times to give you some ideas. Choose one of the photographs to copy or draw one of your own. Then, use the shading techniques you have practised to "colour in" your drawing.

(Remember it has to be black and white - so no colours!)

Friday 12th June - RE

L.O.: To recognise the importance of saying sorry and forgiving others

Think about your work from earlier in the week about good and bad choices. It is important to recognise and admit when we have upset and hurt someone. We need to be sorry and say sorry to them. We also need to make up in some ways for the hurt we have caused. Sometimes it is hard to forgive but that is important too. We all have times when we want to be forgiven.

Think about a bad choice you have made. Write a sorry prayer - include details about how you can or have made up for the bad choice and ask for God's help to be more like Jesus. Start with 'Dear God,' and end with 'Amen'. Then read the questions below and talk about or write down your answers:

  1. Is it harder to say sorry or to forgive others?
  2. How do you feel when you say sorry?
  3. What must you do if someone has hurt you?
  4. How do you know when someone is really sorry?