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Week 6







Look at this week’s spellings (Week 6) Look at the spelling rule read through the PowerPoint. Discuss any words you don’t know the meaning of.



Do this week’s spellings word search.

At the bottom of the page.


Recap this week’s spellings. Choose 5 of them and put them into interesting sentences. Remember to use as many skills as possible. This could be adjectives, conjunctions, question marks, exclamation marks, commas, apostrophes.


Complete the Look Cover Right check sheet for this week’s spellings


Do a spelling test on this week’s spellings.



Read through the ‘All about pirates’ Powerpoint at the bottom of the page.



Read the Story ‘Jakes First Day’ at the bottom of the Page. It’s about a boy who is nervous about his first day at school.



Read the information about The Great Fire of London in the middle of Your SATS booklet.

Complete question on pages 40 and 41.



Log on to Oxford Owl and read ‘Pirate Poems’.




Listen to the story Pirates Love Underpants on YouTube


Pages 32 and 33 Maths SATs Booklet



Pages 94 to 96 in Maths SATs Booklet


Play ‘About Turn’ and ‘Captain Cod’ on Education City.


Have a go at Progress Test 1 and page 34


Play ‘Hit The Button’ online.

Try changing to some tables that you still find tricky.


Use the template the bottom of the page or your red book to design a wanted poster for. Remember to use adjectives to describe the wanted pirate!

Message in a bottle

Imagine you are a sailor and have been attacked by pirates! They have left you stranded on an island. What would you write on your note to get help?

Pirate Descriptions

Use the writing frames for ideas to write a description of one of the pirates. You could also do this in your red book instead of printing it out.

A day in the life of a Pirate

Imagine you are a pirate. Write a diary entry as the captain of a pirate ship. Was it a good day? Did you manage to steal any treasure?


Using everything you have learnt about Pirates this week. Have a go at writing your own Pirate story. It doesn’t have to be long. You could maybe even put it on the Class Blog!


Dress up as pirate, make a cutlass, and eye patch, make someone in your house walk the plank. Have fun being a pirate. Get a brother, sister or adult to join in.  



Create a Pirates buried treasure map. Remember to include the names of places on the map. Make them seem scary and mysterious.


Use this link to do Cosmic Kids Yoga on Youtube.

Its Pirate themed this week!


There is a PowerPoint about different types of pirate ships. You could read this and then have a go at drawing your own.


I have put a selection of science experiment at the bottom of the page for you to have a go at.

There is also instructions on how to make a cardboard tube pirate.