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Today's focus is to be able to identify alliteration in sentences and write your own. Start by reading through the 'Learn' section.


Activity 1

Think about people who are important to you. This could be friends, family or even your teacher.

  • Write five sentences about people who are important to you.
  • Use at least four words that start with the same sound in each sentence.

Here is an example: My mum is marvellous, motivating and merry.


Activity 2: Writing a letter

Choose a friend or family member to write a letter to.

Explain how you've been and what you have been doing over the past week.

  • Start your letter with a greeting such as, Dear or Hello.
  • You could include the joining words and to add more detail to your sentences.
  • Include a closing to your letter such as, See you soon or From.
  • Include at least three piece of alliteration in your letter. For example, From you fabulous friend, Freddy.
  • Make sure your sentences use capital letters and punctuation correctly.

Once you've finished, you could ask a grown-up to help you post or deliver it.


Activity 3: Spotting alliteration

Take a look at the sentences below and see if you can mark whether they contain alliteration or not. If the sentence contains alliteration put a ✔, if it doesn't put a ✘.

  • Jade, Jess and Johnny love picking pink poppies.
  • Peter was too slow and lost the race.
  • Sally and silly Simon snacked on sweets.
  • The weather wasn't wonderful, but it wasn't bad.
  • James hoped to play tennis but the courts were not open.
  • The boy sat in his room whilst listening to music.
  • A big bad bear bit my brother.
  • I just wanted to say goodbye.
  • I sat on a bench on a beautiful beach.
  • Danny designed some denim dungarees.
  • The sky was blue with no clouds in sight.



Today's focus is learning how to tell time and identify a quarter past and a quarter to. Start by reading through the 'Learn' section.


Activity 1: Writing the time

Activity 2

Play the measurements level of Karate Cats Maths - can you collect a cool new costume for your cats?


Wider curriculum (Music)

Today's focus is learning about what happens in our bodies when we sing, and why it makes us feel good. Start by reading through the 'Learn' section.


Activity 1

Vocal warm-up

Just as an athlete needs to ready themselves physically before a big race, a singer needs to prepare their voice before they sing.

Watch the short film and try a vocal warm-up with our team at ENO.

You will learn about:

  • Breathing
  • Making sound
  • Bouncing sound around


Activity 2

Learning a song

So now that you’ve warmed up, watch this short film to learn a folk song with our team at ENO. You can download the lyrics and the score for the song below.

Activity 3: Creative writing and drawing

Download and work through the worksheet from ENO.

You will write a poem and draw a landscape based on the folk song in Activity 2.