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Exploring Emotions Lesson 5


First watch this video story.


The Grumpy Monkey:


Now have a look at the traffic light activity.

Look at the base board. You could print it out or draw a copy.


Use the faces on red and green sheet to help you think about different emotions. You can think about your thermometer from last week.

Put faces showing emotions onto the red and green traffic lights. You can print, cut and stick or draw and colour.

Next, look at the Amber ideas cards. These are things you could do to help you calm down from Red  emotions to green emotions which will make you feel better. Which strategies do you think would help you? Add them to the squares on the traffic light sheet. 

Now create a poster to be displayed around school to help others manage their emotions. You could name some emotions, explain how they might make you feel or behave and share some of the strategies for feeling better or calming down. What's your top tip?

Bring your poster to the Meet Up this afternoon so we can have a look at them.


Religious Education 

Video Lesson:

The sheet below is to help you with the written and thinking tasks from the video lesson. You can print it out if you want to or you can do the writing straight into your book.


Forest School / Outdoor Education

Here is a list of activities that will help you to engage with nature and the outdoors.

Each Tuesday, choose 1 or 2 of these activities to do.

Get outside if you can.

*Alphabet Scavenger Hunt;

a) try to find something outside that begins with each letter of the alphabet

b) choose one letter and find as many natural things as you can that begin with that letter

*Go on a long walk with your family.

*Collect twigs, leaves and seeds etc and stick them into balls of clay, plasticine, playdough or mud to create strange creatures.

*Ask if you can have a bit of garden to look after. At this time of year, you can dig it over  and pull out any weeds to get ready for planting seeds.

*Find out about a certain kind of tree, or animal and create a fact file about them. (good for a rainy day).

*Draw a plan or a map of your garden.

*Use wax or pencil crayon to make rubbings of bark on trees or stones.

*Make a picture or sculpture using only natural things that you collect in your garden or on a walk.

*Make a tally or a chart to show which birds you see in your garden or near your home.

*Make an outdoor treasure hunt for a member of your family. Hide things around your garden or near your home (an adult must be with you) for a sibliing or parent to find.


History: The Romans 


Video Lesson:


Use the sheet below to help you with the tasks in the video lesson.




Watch these videos about The Water Cycle BBC Teach Dr Binocs The Water Cycle Song


Mrs Coote's AMAZING Water Cycle in a bowl demonstration.

An adult might be able to help you do this at home. Do NOT try it without an adult!


Below you will find a short presentation also showing you the Water Cycle then complete this reading comprehension about the Water Cycle. Try the first one star task. If you are in Year 4 and want a challenge, you can try two or three stars.



Lingotot French Video Lesson 5:  Scroll down to find lesson 5 or wherever you have got up to.





Physical Education (PE)


Here is a link for an at home PE lesson from our very own Mr Tweed and his PE teacher friends.

Have a look at the activities and try some out for yourself.


PE Video Lesson 1:


PE Video Lesson 2:


PE Video Lesson 4:


You could try this work out:

or dance workshop:


OR you can do some other fitness: perhaps you are doing the Joe Wickes PE lessons, going for a walk or bike ride with your family or doing some sport /fitness in your garden.




It's time to get creative. Lets make hats. We're wearing hats today to help raise money for Derby Refugee Solidarity. Have you been wearing a hat today? Now you're going to make one. It can be made from paper, cardboard, lego, fabric, clay, sticks: anything you like and that you have. it can be for you, a family member or a toy. It can be any kind of hat or crown or headband. Or you could decorate a hat you already have (ask permission) Have fun-parents/siblings/grandparents are allowed to help.


This video will show you how to make a paper hat for your teddy.

(Don't forget to decorate it)


Bring your hats to the Meet Up this afternoon and we'll have a grand parade.