Next week in English we will be learning about riddles.
See if you can find what a riddle is at home. Can you find a book that has some riddles in or maybe you could find some riddles on the internet. Why not write your own riddle and bring it in and show us.
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We have been thinking about rhyming words and writing our own versions of ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’.
Can you make the longest rhyme string?
Here’s one to start you off: cat, fat, bat, rat, sat, that, hat.
Can you make a longer one?
Or you might like to make you own version of another rhyme. Have fun!
YEAR 3 HOME LEARNING
13th June 2019
We have been learning about growing vegetables. The next time you go to a shop look at where different foods come from. You could make a table to show your findings.
How many adverbs do you know with the suffix –ly?
Create a list e.g. happily, softly…
Practise the 7 times table.
Year 5 were transported back in time (and to Orpington) yesterday to spend the day as archaeologists at a real-life excavation of a Roman Villa. The classes were able to find out about the discovery of the site and explore what remains of what was once a farmhouse. They also had the opportunity to create mosaics, sketch genuine artifacts from the site, try brass-rubbing and dress in Roman clothes.
We have been planted sunflower seeds and thinning out our crops! Thanks for the great photos Paige!
Today, we went on a boat cruise down the Thames.
We travelled from Greenwich all the way to Westminster Pier, where we disembarked and had lunch.
Along the way, we saw so many landmarks and went under lots of bridges.