Today’s learning – Tuesday 19th January

Here is your learning for today! We will go through it on our Zoom call at 11am and we can answer any questions you have. Answers for the learning will be posted later today, so you can check your work.

English – Writing:


Today, why not learn how to spell these tricky words. Or, if you think you already know them, get an adult or older sibling to test you! This blog post tells you some fun ways to practise spellings:

  • guard
  • guide
  • heard


This week, we are going to be learning words where ‘ay’ sound is spelt ‘ey’, ‘ei’ or ‘eigh’.

Practise this week’s words using the look, cover, write, check technique. You can a grid like this out on a piece of paper:


Have a go at this online lesson for subordinating conjunctions and complete the sentences below on a piece of paper. There is a word bank to help you at the bottom of the sheet.

English – Reading:

This half term, we will be reading How To Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell. Read the text and have a go at answering the questions underneath. I have put the text and questions both as a picture and a document. They are both the same but you can decide which is easier to view on your device.

  1. Why did Fishlegs took a sideway glance at Hiccup when the boys chorused, “Yes”?
  2. How many more parts are left to complete to become a full member of the Tribe?
  3. What is the next task the children need to complete?
  4. What do the children need to do to train their dragons?
  5. Name two things the boys need to teach their dragons.  
  6. What tips does Gobber give the children if they are worried about training their dragon?
  7. How many months do the children have to prepare for Initiation Day?
  8. What do the children need to prove on the Initiation Day?
  9. Write down two things about the island of Berk.
  10. Write down the meaning of the following words using a dictionary (online) a) fiasco    b)  ominously  c) hibernation  d) bracken  e) limpets


Times tables starter:

Today in maths, we are learning about dividing a 2 digit number by 1 digit number. Watch the following video and have a go at the questions underneath on paper.

Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (3)

Geography – location of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms:

When the Anglo-Saxons invaded Britain, they split up some of the land into 7 different kingdoms, each with their own king!

  1. Have a look at the top of this website and video to find out about how many kingdoms there were and what they were called:

2. Can you label the seven kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon Britain? Use the website or the internet to help you.

3. Can you answer these questions using the points of a compass? Use your labelled map to help you!

  • Is East Anglia in the north or east of the country?
  • Is Northumbria in the north or south of the country?
  • Is Kent in the northwest or the southeast of the country?
  • Is Wessex in the southwest or northeast of the country?

Challenge: Can you find out any of the name of the kings for each kingdom?

Don’t forget to post your learning on Seesaw from today. We look forward to seeing all your work!

Miss Jennings and Mrs Ganes

One comment on “Today’s learning – Tuesday 19th January

  • Andrew Williams says:

    Thank you for your great variety of daily lessons and for encouraging all the children to do the work. Pipers’ Dad


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