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Please find below our home learning menu for the topic of Ancient Greece or you can download it by clicking the link below.

 

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Why were the Romans so powerful and what did we learn from them?

Summer Term Home Learning Menu

 

Each week you will need to choose an activity from the list below to complete in your home learning journal. Remember presentation is just as important in your home learning!

Remember to also read at least 3 times a week at home and record this into your planner. You will also have fortnightly spellings and times tables to practice too.

 

English – Write a character description of a Roman God or Goddesses. Can you include a range of sentence structures? (simple, compound, complex)

English – Write a set of instructions on how to make a Roman Army Shield. Can you include imperative verbs, adverbs and time connectives?

Maths – Write a list of 10 sums (they can be +, -, X or ÷) with their answers in Roman Numerals.

Maths – ??? X 3 = ???? What could the numbers in the multiplication be? Every digit is different.

Art/DT – Design and make your own Roman Shield. You can use any material you like, it can be 2D or 3D.

Art/DT – Draw a Roman Solider. We are looking for different pencil skills you have used. Can you label where you have used different pencil skills on your drawing?

Computing – Research Julius Caesar. Who was he? What did he do? Why is he so famous? Present your information on a word document, power point presentation or written in your home learning book.

Computing – Create a bar chart on a computer showing which transport you and your friends use to get to school.

Science – Describe the process of what happens when we eat food. You might want to use diagram to help you present this.

Science – Create a table of items that are solids, liquids or gases. Challenge – Can any of the items change from a solid, liquid or a gas to another state of matter?

History – Create a time line of Roman Battles. Choose one battle and explain what happened and why it happened.

History – Research what it was like to be a child in the Roman times. Write a diary entry of a day in the life of a Roman child.

Geography – Using a map of the world, can you list the countries which the Roman’s invaded from smallest to largest?

Geography – List the human and physical features of a country that was part of the Roman Empire.

French – Learn numbers 10-30 in French and show your teacher

RE – Create a table showing the similarities and differences between how Christians and Hindus share food as part of worship.

Music – write the key words and their definitions of new words you have learnt in your wider opps (samba or ukulele) lessons so far this year.

 

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