Home Learning 19.01.2024

Please complete the work below.


On TTRockstars, Mrs Hardman’s class have a battle with Mrs Malik’s class. Go on this for 20 minutes.

Children who have Maths Whizz have tasks to complete.

Children have activities to complete on Mymaths.



K.L. Noun phrases

I want you to complete the activity 'Noun phrases' on Spag.com.

Remember to read each question carefully and answer the questions.


Reading Comprehension.

K.L. Inference and deduction.

From the files below, read the text,carefully and answer the questions. You must include evidence from the text in your answer.



Are there other planets outside of our Solar System?

 Yes! All of the planets in our Solar System orbit around the Sun. Planets that orbit around other stars are called exoplanets. There are even some exoplanets that don't orbit a star at all. NASA scientists have discovered thousands of exoplanets in our universe - and they're finding new ones all the time.

Exoplanets are too far away from Earth to visit. But we can learn a bit about what they are like by using powerful telescopes, such as the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite.


 Pretend that you've just discovered an exoplanet and you need to log your discovery in your notebook. What does your planet look like? What is it like there? Tell the other scientists all about your planet in the space.



Below is a list of exercises for you to complete. Repeat the cycle 3 times.

  • Criss-cross feet: Jump straight up, then cross one foot in front of the other; on next jump, switch feet and continue.
  • Hurdle hops: Jump side-to-side or front-to-back over a pretend hurdle.
  • Jumping jacks: Stretch arms and legs out to the side like a starfish while jumping; on the second jump, return arms to sides and legs to centre on the landing.
  • One-foot hops: Lift one knee and jump on the standing leg; alternate. (This is a great balance challenge, too.)
  • Tuck jumps: Bend knees and lift heels high while jumping.

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