Session One: Wellbeing and English
English- Writing questions correctly
You can identify questions in writing because they always end with a question mark.
Questions often start with 'W' words:
Who, What, When, Where and Why.
They can also start with other words- Here are some examples:
Can, Could, If, Will and Should.
Watch the short video on BITESIZE to find out more.
Activity 1: Spotting the questions
Click the box on bitesize and see if you can highlight where the question marks should be.
Activity 2: Let's write some questions
Take a look at the video below about recycling then try the writing some questions yourself.
-In each section write a question about recycling.
-Under each of your questions, write the answer based on what your heard in the video.
Here is an example:
Can you recycle a pizza box?
Yes you can recycle a pizza box because they are made of paper.
Activity 3: Writing some more questions
Write six questions.
-Once you've written your questions you can ask people in your house to see if they know the answer.
-The questions can all be about anything. It might be something you've learnt recently or something you want to learn.
-Make sure you use capital letters and question marks.
-Try and start each question with a different word.
Session Two: Maths- Arrays
Session 4: Science- Space and the solar system
Activity- Order the Planets
Session 5: Art and Crafts
Use these templates to create your own planets.
Use paint, coloured pencils and pens, sequins and/or glitter!