This Week's Learning Challenges
Have a go at the video activities and the Testbase questions below. They will be updated each week.
There are some activities set up in the 'Homework' section of Education City.
Have a look at the new online lessons at www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
Do your best!
Monday 11th May
Your job over the next few days is to continue and edit your stories. I want you to look especially at how you have started each sentence and paragraph to make sure there is some variety in your openings.
It was late won/one Sunday knight/night and a young boy/buoy with ridiculously long hair/hare and who was heir/air to the throne sitting in his father’s palace.
He was eating his favourite serial/cereal which/witch all his servants thought was weird because it contains currents/currants, a huge steak/stake, a spoonful of muscles/mussels and the tail/tale of a fish called plaice/place. When suddenly he herd/heard a smashing noise coming from another room.
The young prince shouted out aloud/allowed words that were very foul/fowl “I need/knead to know/no which/witch windows did they break/brake.” He ran to where/wear the noise came from and felt quite faint/feint at the sight/site he saw/sore, which was. . . . . . . . . .
Here are some ideas:
Have a go at solving these riddles and finding what the pair of homophones are
This sounds like a wild animal or what many trees are in winter
Is this a colour or what the wind did last week?
Another word for expensive or a wild animal found in Britain
Could be what you pay to travel or somewhere with rides you go to have fun
A story told in parts or something you might eat for breakfast
Part of your body or a wild animal with large ears that runs fast
Now try and write your own riddles for