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Westonzoyland Primary School ‘Achieving, Learning and Growing Together’


Thursday 9th July



Today we are learning about the prefix ‘un’. This prefix comes before a word to mean ‘not’.

Here is a list of words. Which of these words use the prefix ‘un’ to make a new word? Cross out the words that cannot make a new word with the un- prefix.



Now write each word with the prefix ‘un’ in a new sentence. E.g. This bed is incredibly uncomfortable because the mattress lumpy.


*CHALLENGE –Use a conjunction in every sentence (and or but if when that because so).


Reading/ Writing activity

Today is a reading challenge! The text we have been reading about rainbows is an explanation text. It gives us facts about a topic and explains the causes of things.


Most information texts have:

  • A title
  • An opening sentence that says what the text is about
  • A series of facts explaining why something happens
  • Pictures and/or diagrams

Read the rainbow explanation text again  and see if you can spot and circle each of the features listed above.


*EXTRA READING CHALLENGE If you have any information or explanation books at home, or you are able to use a computer you could look at one of these websites:                        


Use your scanning skills (read over the text quickly to find something) and see if you can find each of the features in one book or on one webpage about something you are interested in.

 Write down what you have found using these sentence starters:





























Today’s activities are all about the number 15.



Today we are learning about block graphs. Look at this block graph carefully and talk about these questions with an adult.


Activity 2


Can you make a block graph using the information in this table, either using blocks that you have at home or by drawing it? *Remember to label the blocks!






Other subjects (topic work/ foundation subjects)


Today we are going to continue to work on our mapping skills. We are going to design and map our own ‘Barefoot island’ using the symbols we created in our last geography session.


Step 1: Using a plain piece of paper, carefully draw around your foot (or use the template below)

Step 2: Think about what you would like/need on your island.

Step 3: Start making your map. Remember to include houses, roads and parks. Use the symbols you decided on last week and create a key, including the symbols and labels to help people read your map. Remember to include a compass too!

Step 4: Give your island a name – the more creative, the better.









Notes – This is your island so you can include whatever you would like, it doesn’t just have to be what is around your house! Remember that there are some places you will need such as shops for food and houses to live in.