Read for 30 minutes each day (this can be done as 3 10 minutome slots) - look up the meaning of any unknown words, practice spelling them and using them in the context of a sentence.
Write a book review of something that has been read (what happened in the story? How did it make you feel? Would you recommend the book? etc)
Write a description of what you can see out of your window. Include: similies, metaphors, personification, adventurous vocabulary, range of sentence structures and punctuation.
Write a short story (300 words) which is set in The Spring. Identify which genre you are writing (horror, adventure/mystery, fairy-tale etc). You must create a main character for your story, a plot including opening, build up and problem. Will your story end on a cliff hanger? Will your story be told as a flashback? Prizes to be awarded for the most original and engaging stories, including all the spag features learnt this year (commas, colons, semi colons, hyphens, dashes, brackets etc).
Times table practice - test yourself against the clock for all tables up to 12 x 12 including multiples of 10 (eg 80 x 80; 0.7 x 0.6 etc)
Create random calculations involving the 4 operations (eg 4567 x 547; 8746 ÷ 14; 7.964 + 457.9; 946.3 - 2.397)
Plot a line graph of the temperature in Stoke/Allhallows throughout the day and night (go online to find out the temperature at each hour). Analyse the data to find out when the highest/ lowest temperature was, the difference between the highest and lowest temperatures; how much warmer it was at 2pm compared to 9am etc. Present a weather forecast based on your findings (This could be written, a poster including the graph and annotations, a video etc).