Create your own Monster.
Think about all the different types of monster that you have looked at so far this week.
Can you design your own monster? What will it look like? What colour is it? Is it large or small? Can it do something strange like twist off its legs or remove its head? Is it furry, scaly, slimy, soft or spiky? How many eyes/ ears/ noses/mouths has it got? What does it like to eat?
Draw, colour and label your monster with the ideas above.
You could also make your monster with any craft materials you have available.
Create a fact file for your monster.
You could do this in the style of a Top Trumps card.
Include information such as: Name: Age: Height: Habitat: Diet (Food): Likes/Dislikes: Special features: Scare factor.
You should also include a short paragraph to describe your monster.
Year 3 Maths
Today's lesson is about converting pounds and pence to help with calculating money. Watch this lesson first:
Year 4 Maths
Today's lesson involves division problem solving.
History-Anglo-Saxons, Picts and Scots
In today's lesson you will find out who the Picts and Scots were and where they lived.
Read through the slides first, before you tackle the worksheets.
Next, read the Picts ebook and the Scots ebook (both PDF versions) to find out more information.
Choose either worksheet 3A, 3B or 3C to write your answers to the questions.
Then complete worksheet 3D. There are some picture cards and a sheet with the Ogham alphabet on it to help you with some ideas. There is also a help sheet for making a model of your standing stone. You don't have to use clay. You could make your stone out of cardboard, playdough or even salt dough.