Advent Homework

HOMEWORK GRID – December 2021

Please read a book for at least 15 minutes every night. This could be your reading book or another one.Don’t forget your Spelling WordsPractise your tables! 5 minutes a night will work wonders!

You can choose any of the tasks from the Advent Calendar below. Try to do 3 or 4 activities a week.
Where appropriate, please upload a document or photo of the task to Assignments  in Teams. Or you could email it to your own Glow Email and upload it to Teams in school. If you cannot get online, you can bring your jotter into school and take a photo to upload with your iPad.  If it is work you are proud of or that meets one of your targets you could post it to your e-portfolio.

Advent
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December 1st

Christmas Shopping

Find four presents that you could buy for friends, family or loved ones. Be generous.

Work out how much they would cost altogether.

set out your work neatly. Remember the £ sign and points.

 

December 2nd

Christmas Words

How Many Words Can you make from Christmas?

You can only use each letter of Christmas once in a word.

December 4th

Christmas Snowflake

Make a Paper snowflake Instructions.

December 5th

Christmas Poem

listen to Christmas Come-An-Gorn can you write a Christmas poem about where you live.

Christmas Come-An-Gorn

 

December 6th

Christmas Movies

Watch a clip from a Christmas Film and answer the questions:

Christmas Films

 

December 7th

Christmas Shopping

Find four presents that you could buy for friends, family or loved ones. Be generous.

Work out how much they would cost altogether.

set out your work neatly. Remember the £ sign and points.

 

December 8th

Thank you

As well as writing a letter to Santa you could write a letter to someone to thank them for what they have done for you.

December 9th

Scratch Card

Can you remix this project and make it interesting.

December 10th

Christmas Maths part 2

Answer these problems. Remember DUMTUMS

Elves have to decorate each tree with  800 Christmas lights. They have 6400 lights. How many trees can they decorate?

On Christmas Eve, Father Christmas travels at 180 mph.
How many miles does he travel in 6 hours?

Rudolph made 48 Christmas puddings. Each pie contains
15g of currants. How many grams of currants did he need to
make the Christmas puddings?

December 11th

Snowball Catapult

You need:

  • Lollipop sticks
  • Elastic bands
  • Plastic spoon/fork
  • Marshmallows (aka snowballs)

 

Instructions

  1. Take 3 lollipop sticks, bundle them, and wrap rubber bands around each end to hold them together.
  2. Take 2 more lollipop sticks and put them together with a rubber band around one end.
  3. Then put the first bundle between those two sticks.
  4. Take one another rubber band and wrap it around the point where the sticks all meet to hold them in place.
  5. Then place the spoon along the top stick and rubber band or glue that into place.
  6. Try making the catapults with different amounts of lollipop sticks for step 1 and/or 2 and test to see which one can launch the ‘snowball’ the furthest.

Use your maths skills to measure how far you can fire a snowball!

December 12th

Let it Snow

I am dreaming about a white Christmas. Look at this snow scene, or find your own on unsplash. Let it inspire some writing, a poem, some thoughts whatever you like.

December 13th

Christmas Drawing

Check out some YouTube tutorials, make a drawing.

You can add your drawing to the Bigges Art page on the blog id you like, remember that you need to make a New Project not a post!

December 14th

Winter Fact-File

LI: To create a fact-file.

Create a Fact File that includes important features of non-fiction writing – Heading, Sub Heading(s), paragraph(s) of facts written in appropriate tense and person.

Choose a subject or topic linked to the theme of Winter.

December 16th

Christmas Movies 2

Time to watch another clip from a Christmas Film and answer the questions:

Christmas Films

 

December 17th

Make it Snow

Can you make a scratch snow scene? Can you make it prettier than this one. Remember the Shark project.

 

December 18th

Christmas Wordsearch

Click to see the bigger version.

December 19th

Santa Tracker

Have Fun on the Santa Tracker

December 20th

Christmas Instructions

Watch this Video can you write some simple instruction to make one of the decorations?

December 21

Winter Fox

Watch this video and make a poster or write an information text about how foxes hunt:

December 22

December 23

Christmas Tree

Can you make an Origami Christmas Tree?

There are lots of different ones on YouTube.

Christmas Eve

Time to Wrap

Stop doing homework and wrap your presents!

Christmas Day

Christmas Berries Merry Christmas Biggies

I hope you and your families have a very Merry Christmas.

See you in 2022