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You have a grammar, maths and reading booster book, use one of these books each day to:
Work through a comprehension plus all of the questions.
Complete grammar pages in order – just work through a page or two every day.
In maths, try a section at a time eg 3D shape, addition, coordinates.
If you’re struggling with your maths, there are some really useful videos on https://corbettmaths.com/contents/ which can help you.
Try to brush up on your grammar by watching the clips on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMhWKrdwzFr994ZhwqG4nlA
You also have some arithmetic tests to work through in your pack – remember that you only have 30 minutes to complete them.
You’ve been given a blank exercise book – this is so you can produce a project on the Maya. Dr Davies’ website will be really helpful for this https://mayaarchaeologist.co.uk/pupils/. Try to also be creative – add drawings and maybe even make yourself a maya temple or some maya jewellery.
There are lots of helpful activities and packs out there including https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/parents/age-specific-resources-parents/english-main-subjects-parents
Here is a link to our Active Maths homework activities-which will be fun and educational https://www.teachactive.org/my-account/?code=5MPUC
Remember that maths is also all around you – weighing and measuring within cooking ad baking is a prime example.
Playing board games also has lots of maths involved.
Games such as scrabble are also a really good way of expanding your child’s vocabulary – so is opening a page on a dictionary and finding unknown words.
Every day, make sure you read some of your reading book and also other books at home.