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Home Learning Archive 20.4-8.5

07.05.20 Hello It's Miss Stevens, I hope you are all enjoying the activities we are setting you. Don't forget that as well as these activities you should be reading for 20 minutes every day and practising your times tables. Don't forget to access AR and complete some reading quizzes on the books you have read too. 


Write an adverb alphabet. An adverb is a word that tells you more information about the verb. It often tells us how, when or where. 

A - Abnormally 

B - Beautifully 

C - Cautiously 

D - Dangerously


Money maths games. Choose one of these money games to play. They are of varying levels so you might want to play a few different ones. 

Some of my favourites are ... Coin cruncher and How much left?


If you enjoyed the Online Great Fire of London Museum visit a few weeks ago, today there is another online session from The London Fire Brigade, this time all about the fire service during WW2. It will be Live at 11:00 and available on the Facebook page, website or youtube channel.

After you have watched this session could you create your own medal like the WW2 medals? Perhaps one we could give to our NHS staff or for all their help during this time?

Here are some examples of medals from WW2.



Homophones are two or more words having the same pronunciation but different meanings, origins, or spelling.

There their they’re 

To too two 

Where wear 

How many homophones do you know? Can you put them all into sentences? Be careful to check the spellings. 


Test your Hundred square number knowledge using this game ( you could also write out your own hundred square and do the same activity). 

Science: Design a fair test

Who in your house has the shoe with the best sole grip?

How will you carry out the test?

How many shoes will you test?

What equipment will you need?

What surface will you test your shoe on?

What did you find out?

Website of the day



  1. Look at this pictures by the French cubist painter Auguste Herbin . Choose one and answer the questions in French:

Composition on the word ''vie'' (life) 2, 1950

How many: carrés rouges?

                     rectangles noirs?

                     rectangles blancs?

                     carrés bleus?

                     triangles jaunes?




 Maison (house), 1947

How many.... triangles oranges?

                         croissants bleus?

                         ronds blancs?

                         triangles noirs?

                          rectangles noirs?




2. Choose a painting and write in French the shapes and colours you see like in the activity one.