Term 6 Remote Learning

Term Six - Home Learning
 
Hi Chestnut Class,
 
Please find below your home learning for the end of term.
 
Most of the activities are based on our Stone Age to Iron Age topic as that is what we were going to finish over the net 5 days.
 
There is also some maths to keep you going too.
 
I hope you have a lovely summer!
 
I will miss you all an awful lot. I'm sorry we couldn't say goodbye in person.
 
Miss Haile x
Maths - Arithmetic Papers 
Reading Comprehension - 40 minutes activities
Maths Games and Problem Solving 
Reading Comprehension - 60 second reads
Stone Age to Iron Age
Find below two videos about Stonehenge - for information
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Art - How to draw Stonehenge
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Stonehenge - Make a model of Stonehenge
 
In school we are going to be using biscuits and icing to create a model however you can use whatever materials you like.
 
If you don't have anything, then you can use the paper model below.
 
Afterwards, complete the write up about how you made your model.
Stonehenge - Information Sheet
Stonehenge - Labelling
It is believed that the Celtic culture started to evolve towards the end of the Iron Age.
 
The Celtic love knot resembles two interlocking hearts and usually sits within an oval shape. This design features two intertwined ropes and may have been created by sailors during their long voyages as a means of remembering their loved ones. The Sailor's knot is symbolic of friendship, affection, harmony and love.
 
Task: Open the document below to scan the QR codes to create your own Celtic knots.