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Snow Day Work

Spellings

- Practice this weeks spellings (you can find them in your homework book). 

- Use a dictionary or the internet to find the definitions for each spelling word, then write them down.

Maths

- Practice your times tables. You could use TT Rockstars, the White Rose 1 Minute Maths app or Purple Mash. You could also write them out on paper. 

- Make a poster to teach somebody different ways to learn and practice their times tables (e.g. reciting them, learning songs, counting on your fingers, using diagrams.) Could you have a go at using some of these strategies yourself? 

- Go on BBC Bitesize to practice your maths skills.

English

 

Write down at least 3 nouns you can think of about a snowy day. 

 

Write down at least 3 adjectives to describe the nouns you would find on a snowy day. 

 

Write down at least 3 verbs to tell us what those nouns might be doing on a snowy day. 

 

Write down at least 3 adverbs to describe how they might doing it.

 

Now use the nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs you wrote down to create some expanded noun phrases and sentences about a snowy day.

 

Next, write those sentences out in your neatest handwriting, you could even decorate your page.

Guided Reading

- Snuggle up with a book. Get cosy and enjoy reading for pleasure 📖😊

Get Active

If your grown ups will let you, spend some time outside playing in the snow! 

Can you build a snowman? 

Can you make a snow angel? 

Will you make snowballs? 

❄️☃️🏂

Art

Have a look out the window, or use your imagination! 

Create a snowy scene. 

You can use whatever media you want. You could use paint, crayons, pencil, lego, playdough, junk model, whatever you can think of! 🎨🖼️

Geography

Can you find out about somewhere where it snows a LOT?

Where in the world is that place? 

Why does it snow so often there? 

How does it affect peoples lives? 

How do people manage the impact of the snow there? 

🌍🌎🌏

Extra Activities

If all that hasn't kept you busy enough, you could try making paper snowflakes.

Follow the instructions below if you can't remember how to make them! ❄️

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