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Grange Park

Junior School

Striving to be the best that we can be

Monday

PE

Please complete a Joe WicksBBC SupermoversCosmic Yoga or Disney Shake Up activity each day.

 

Click below to see the Healthy Body, Healthy Mind activities from Miss Norman.

Maths

  1. CGP Maths Targeted Question Book – pages 32-33
  2. Weight - Oak National Academy
  3. CGP Maths Mental Workout – page 21
  4. Mathletics activities 

 

Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 

  1. CGP Grammar, punctuation and spelling book – pages 38
  2. Spellodrome activity

 

Reading

  1. Read the information sheet about the Great Plague.
  2. Using what you have read on the information sheet and your own knowledge, answer the comprehension questions.

Writing

  1. Answer the questions based on 'The Vacation' image.
  2. Inverted commas activity
  3. Improve the given sentences

E-Safety

It is important to tell a trusted adult if something makes you feel upset, worried, confused or uncomfortable.

 

Watch the videos below:

 

Activities to complete (the answers can be written in the BACK of your project book OR you can discuss your answers with an adult):

  1. DigiSafe daily activity 21
  2. Scenario question – You are playing a game online and someone starts being mean to you. What should you do?

Topic – How did the Great Plague affect the people of London

  1. Read through ‘How did the plague affect the people of London’ powerpoint.
  2. Complete a spider diagram to show some of the different theories that the people of London at the time of the Great Plague thought.
  3. Imagine you were affected by the plague. You have an awful disease, no-one can help you and you don’t know where the disease came from. How do you think you would feel?
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