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Purple Mash Daily Timetable - Day 10 (2.10.20)

Purple Mash Daily Timetable - Day 9 (1.10.20)

Purple Mash Daily Timetable - Day 8 (30.9.20)

Purple Mash Daily Timetable - Day 7 (29.9.20)

Purple Mash Daily Timetable - Day 6 (28.9.20)

Homework Ideas for Topic 1 (Issued Sept 2020)

Alston Home Learning Sheets - Issue 4

Alston Home Learning Sheets - Issue 3

Alston Home Learning Sheets - Issue 2

Robin Hood Learning Projects Phase 2


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With thanks to Robin Hood MAT for use of the Learning Projects.

Write a shopping list of all the things you need. What adjectives can you include to make your list super descriptive?
Interview an adult in your house and ask them what they like about your local community, what changes have they seen? What could be changed? Then write a report. 
Create a passport: create an individual passport to show your own information about where you live. Discuss the use of a Passport. What is a passport? What information does it contain? What does a passport allow you to do? Can you find a real life passport? Do you have one? 

Listen to a story read:



Numberjacks 2 times tables song
Numberjacks 5 times tables song
Children could write the 2, 5 and 10 times tables out and the division facts.
Times tables game
Hit the Button-A fun maths game to help learn addition facts and times tables
Play 20 games of TTRockstars to help you learn a new times tables or secure one you already know. 
Shape hunt: Take your child on a shape hunt around their house and garden. Look at the different shapes of the windows, doors, and houses. Can they name them? Are they 2D or 3D shapes? Ask them to create a picture of their house or street. 



Look in detail at the outside of your own house (garden view) and make a careful observational drawing. 
Draw and label a design for your own home. What will your home be built from? How will you get in and out of your house? What will you have in your garden? Make a model of your house using junk materials. 
Design a playground for your local park.
Look at the flag of Birmingham. What do you think the flag represents? Can you design your own flag for your local area? What pictures could you add? What would they mean to you? 


Think about the people who work in and help look after their local community e.g. doctor, dentist, shopkeeper.  Make a list of all different people and describe what each of these people do and why their work is so important.



Dance Mat Typing 



Do a YouTube Joe Wicks kids workout.  They are on everyday at 9am.