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Today's focus is to practise spelling and understand how to identify and write questions correctly. Start by reading through the 'Learn' section and play the short game.


Activity 1

  • Take a piece of paper and create eight sections.
  • Think of eight words that featured in the Small Town Superheroes game and write one word in each of the eight sections.
  • Using the word in each section, write a question that contains that word. Remember to include a question mark and use capital letters correctly.
  • Double check all your questions to make sure there are no spelling mistakes and that they all make sense.

For example, if you chose the word scary, your question could be: What do you find scary?


Activity 2

Start off by creating a list of different words that can be used to start a question. Try to think of at least ten different words. Here are three to get you started.

  • Who
  • Can
  • Could

Once you've listed these words, try creating a sentence with each of them. You sentences can be as silly as you like.

Here are some examples:
Can you close the chair?
Could you sit on the door?


Activity 3: Writing questions to a particular person

If you could ask eight people a special question, who would you pick and what would you ask them?

Create a grid like the one below and then write the names of the people, followed by the question you would like to ask them.

You could pick people you know, like a parent or a teacher. Or you might want to choose someone you don't know personally, like your favourite writer, a sports person or your favourite superhero. Take a look at the grid below for some more suggestions.

Don't forget your question marks.

Person You Would Ask Question You Would Ask
Your favourite musician What does it feel like playing in front of thousands of people?
Your favourite character from a book - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Someone who inspires you - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Somebody from history - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Somebody who makes you laugh - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -



Today' focus is learning how to measure the mass of different objects in grams.


Activity 1

This worksheet from Twinkl has some questions to help you practise measuring mass in grams. See if you can answer them all.

Activity 2

This next worksheet from Pearson has some more questions to help you practise measuring mass in grams. See if you can answer them all.

Wider curriculum (History)

Today's focus is learning about the life and achievements of Mary Seacole. Start by reading about Mary Seacole and watching the short videos.


Activity 1

Create a poster about the life and achievements of Mary Seacole.


Activity 2

Using the interactive activity, put the events of what happened to Mary Seacole in the right order.