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Below is the home learning for those children who are working from home at the moment. Remember you can call the school office for a paper pack of all the work if you prefer. Complete your work in the Home learning book you were given over lockdown. If you require another one, please don’t hesitate to ask. Send in your work to


We are continuing to look at ‘The Bear and the Piano’ by David Litchfield this week. Remind yourself of the story – listen to it below.



Once you have re-read the story, have a look at the activities below to complete.



Autumn 2 Week 3 - The Bear and the piano



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English resources 

This is the grid you need to complete Activity 1 – see the plan above for details of what to do



Inference grid



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Activity 4 – for and against table – see the plan above for details of what to do.



Reasons for and against




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To access this week’s Maths activities follow the link to the White Rose home learning activities as well as using your Maths No Problem books (you can contact the school office to collect one if you need to).


We are continuing to look at different Materials this week. Think about these questions..

What is a shelter?

Are there different kinds of shelter?

Who needs shelter?

Key Vocabulary shelter, protection, danger, weather, roof, brick, leaves, wood, glass, metal, slate, mud, straw

Learning Activity Look at the different types of shelter below and try to answer these questions:




What is a Shelter





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Click on the link below to see some more pictures of different shelters.





Shelter Pictures (2)




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What can you see? Who or what would use this shelter? What is it made from? Would it protect you from danger and weather?

Create a mind map together for some example shelters to answer these questions and then children to create their own mind maps from given stimulus shelter pictures.




In our PE over the last couple of weeks we have been looking at exploring different rolls as well as creating a sequence of movements which include 2 balances and 2 roll.  A roll is a type of movement. It allows us to travel in different directions. A sequence is a group of movements which are performed one after the other.

Key vocabulary – Balance, roll, forwards, backwards, side wards, sequence, movements, fluent, flow.

Learning Activity –  Remember our previous learning on balance and sequences. Try to explore different rolls in different directions. Can you then create your own sequence of movements which include 2 balances and 2 rolls which are fluent and each movement flow into the next?


This week we are considering these different questions ..

How do we keep healthy? What is a healthy lifestyle? What are healthy and unhealthy drinks? How much water should we drink?

Key Vocabulary – healthy, fit, unhealthy, drinks, fizzy drinks, water, milk, juice

 Learning Activity Discuss with your child what they think healthy means. What is a healthy lifestyle? Think of ways to keep healthy. Think about what you drink during the day. Are there healthier and unhealthier drinks? Discuss what kinds of drinks we have in school/home/out? Are some better than others?

Think of some healthy drinks together. Give children ‘Water Challenge’. 6-8 cups of water a day is healthy – can we achieve this challenge this week?



We continue with our local history study in class. These are the questions we will be considering this week.

How has Morecambe changed over time? Why did people visit the seaside 100 years ago? Why do people visit the seaside now?

Key Vocabulary – Past, present, change, same, different, map, harbour, pier, stone jetty, pier, promenade, Morecambe, Poulton, Bare, Torrisholme, Heysham, field, buildings, West End, Sandylands, health, low death rate, pleasure, bathing, steam train, beach, sea

Learning Activity Activity 1  – Revisit from last week –  where we live, the features of a seaside town and key events of change over time.

Using the different maps to look at Morecambe in 1890, 1950 and now. See the maps below.


3 Maps



Printable version below


Now consider these questions..

What is the same? What is different? How has it changed? Try to write down things which are the same and things which are different.

Activity 2 – Revisit how Morecambe changed over time. Why do people go on holiday now? We are going to have a look at why people went on holiday in the past.

Look at the cards



Reason cards




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Why did people visit the seaside in the past? Sort the cards into 3 groups – true, could be true and false. Can you now complete table: Reasons people visited in the past and reasons people visit now?

Now complete the speech bubbles for a family visiting the seaside 100 years ago. Click on the link below to access the resource

Speech bubbles





We are looking at the artist Matisse at the moment

Key vocabulary – Collage, paint, artist, technique, French Expressionism, layer, shapes, colour, image, materials, adhesive, cut, scissors, arrange, bright, vibrant.

Learning Activity – Look at Henri Matisse’s artwork and read about who he is. Watch video from the Tate modern – click on the link to show how large his collages are. Talk about his artwork and the techniques used. What words could we use to describe his artwork? Can you write some facts about the artist and his technique.  Look at some of his different art works and create mind maps of words to describe them.




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