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This week we are focussing on Greek Gods and Goddesses and their role in Greek myths.
Complete the reading comprehension below and read the stories on Greek Gods in preparation for a writing activity later in the week.
Practise your SPAG skills by choosing one of the activity sheets (*, ** or ***) to complete.
Here are this week's spellings:
Carry out some research about Greek Gods and Goddesses. Use the Powerpoint, factfiles, story and websites below (and any other books you might have at home) to help you make your notes.
Thursday & Friday
Choose a way to present your research about Greek Gods and Goddesses. This could be:
a poster, a booklet, a PowerPoint presentation, fact files, a set of 'Top Trumps' cards.
There are some templates below, should you wish to use them. Please email us a photograph of your work, or the work itself for feedback.
There are no longer any White Rose teaching videos and worksheets which follow how our curriculum in school would. Therefore, everything you need for each lesson will be on a PowerPoint (attached below). Each lesson (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) will include:
You will still be set Mathletics on Tuesday and Thursday.
Art - For the next 2 weeks your art activity is to create your own Ancient Greek pot using your design from last week. Remember, your pot should represent YOU. To make the pots, you can either use clay (if you have it at home), paper mache or salt dough. Think about what shape you want your pot to be. The instructions for all methods are on the PowerPoint below.
If we had been in school this half term, we would have been enjoying our ‘Chance to Shine’ cricket sessions. Although we cannot be in school, ‘Chance to Shine’ have created lessons that you can follow at home, so you can still practise your cricketing skills!
Click on the link below to watch the lesson and then use the activity sheet to set up your skills training!
Have fun and, as always, we would love to see any photos or videos of how you got on!