Below you will find a list of useful websites which you can choose to do in addition to any activities we post. If your child cannot remember their log in details, or if you have any questions about the activities, please feel free to contact us.
Log in to your class:
6CP20 password Agps20
6LP20 password Agps20
6TK20 password Agps20
Choose your age range from the drop down menu and read one of the books.
This week's First News (children's newspaper)
Education Quizzes - for a range of general knowledge quiz fun!
Username - acocksgreenprimaryschoolbirmingham
Password - xcdj
Oddizzi geography quizzes - Log in using your teacher's name (mr keen, mrs price or mrs perrins) and the password: geography
Please click on the date to access your work
Mrs Price's joke of the day: What has four wheels and flies? Punch line: A rubbish truck.
Mr Keen's joke of the day: I went to the zoo at the weekend and saw a baguette in a cage.
The zookeeper told me it was bread in captivity!
ACTION FOR HAPPINESS: Mentally scan down your body and notice what it is feeling. Try one of Jamie's meditations on Cosmic Kids, relax and think about your feelings.
6CP: Here's another chapter of Beyond the Odyssey. Chapter 14. Beware Mypu. If you remember what I told you about how Odysseus defeated Polyphemus in The Odyssey, you'll like this one! Sorry I started laughing in the recording, you should be used to that, though.
Week one project:
This is designed to keep you busy throughout the week. The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to gain a better understanding of their own family. Learning may focus on the different makeup of families, what traditions your family has, stories linked to your family etc.
Music from the Past - Your child can research music from the decade their parents, grandparents or other older family members were born. What were the most popular bands or singers during this time? Ask them to perform a song from this decade and create their very own dance routine. Encourage them to explain how they need to improve their performance in order to achieve their personal best.
Portraits and Photography- Direct your child to take portrait photographs of their family members considering light and textures. Following this, they can then use the photographs to draw portraits in pen considering light and tone.
Classification- Ask your child to design a classification key based on the simple physical features of their family. We’ve done these in class. Remember, you need to split out the groups until they are each in strands of one possible answer. They can then test out the keys on each member of their family. Only use ‘yes’ or ‘no’ questions.
Nature vs Nurture- Speak to your child about their appearance, their personality and their dreams for the future. How much of this do they believe is determined by their genes? How much of this is determined by their family/upbringing? Ask them to decide which traits are due to nature and which traits are due to nurture e.g. hobbies and interests or sense of humour. Try this out on other family members.
Mapping Skills - Identify the countries or cities within the UK where their family members originate from or live. Children can then plot these on a map and then create a bar chart to show the number of family members who live/lived in each city/country.
Please click the date below each day to access for your child's work.
Mrs Keen's joke of the day: Why couldn't the pirate play cards? Because he was siting on the deck
Mrs Price's joke of the day: Why did the golfer wear two pairs of trousers? Punch line: In case he got a hole in one.
Mrs Perrins' Joke for Today: What did the envelope say to the stamp? STICK WITH ME AND WE'LL GO PLACES!
Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why we call it “The Present”
Give your teachers the best present ever. Be happy and enjoy the work : )
ACTION FOR HAPPINESS: Stop work earlier and use the time to be still and relax. Try to pace yourself throughout the way but get any of your home learning tasks out of the way in the morning so that you can play and relax in the afternoon. Enjoy your weekend, everyone!
6CP - I've tried a video of the next chapter of Beyond the Odyssey so I can give you a little wave! I hope you're all enjoying the story so far. Click on the chapter name. Chapter 13. A Friend in Need.
Mrs Price's joke of the day: What animal can you always find at a cricket match? Punch line: A bat!
Mrs Perrins' Joke for the Day: Why shouldn't you write with a broken pencil? BECAUSE IT'S POINTLESS!
Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY : Being different isn’t a bad thing. It means you’re brave enough to be yourself. (Luna Lovegood)
Ask your family to name 3 things that make you special.
ACTION FOR HAPPINESS: Tune into your feelings without judging or trying to change. Remember, it's always helpful to talk about how you feel with someone you trust.
I went for a walk yesterday in the sunshine (shared some pictures of the things I saw on the blog). How have you been keeping busy? Please feel free to email us to let us know how you're getting on. It would be lovely to hear from you! Mrs Price
6CP I've recorded the next chapter of our class book. Click on the chapter name. Beyond the Odyssey - Chapter 12. Keeping an Eye Out.
(look out for Mr Keen when he was in year 6!)
Mrs Price's joke of the day: Why do bicycles fall over? Punch line: Because they are two-tired.
Mr Keen's joke of the day: What do you call Chewbacca when he has chocolate stuck in his hair?
A chocolate chip wookiee
Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY : You will never have this day again. So make it count! Write about what you enjoyed today and why?
ACTION FOR HAPPINESS: Make a list of amazing things that you take for granted. Think of all the wonderful things about your life and the things you are grateful for. Perhaps write a message for someone you are grateful for or draw a picture to bring cheer to someone you care about.
6CP - Here is the next chapter of Beyond the Odyssey - Chapter 11. Don'tcAIR. Enjoy! Mrs Price
Mrs Price's joke of the day: Why are fish so clever? Punch line: Because they live in schools!
Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” – Aesop
Do something kind for a member of your family and make them smile : )
ACTION FOR HAPPINESS: Notice when you are tired and take a break as soon as possible. Make sure you take regular brain breaks between your tasks. Remember, you don't need to get everything done immediately. Spread tasks out and drink plenty of water. Take time to look out of the window and move around.
6CP have been reading Beyond The Odyssey by Maz Evans. I have recorded myself reading the next bit of the story so you don't miss it. Please excuse the voices - Sisyphus is in the chapter. Chapter 10. Your Daemon Needs You.
Monday 23 March activities:
Mrs Price's joke of the day: How do you make a sausage roll? Punch line: Push it down a hill!
N.B. If you have a better joke, please send them to us!
Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Today is a great day to learn something new. 23.03.20
Have a think about the first time you learnt a new fact. Write a paragraph about what it was and how you used this new knowledge.
ACTION FOR HAPPINESS: Take an unusual route and notice what looks different. From your window, can you see anything starting to grow on the trees or the flower beds? Watch every day and notice when something does. If you're out for a walk, remember to keep 2 metres away from anyone walking past, but look at the differences in the houses you go past.
PE: Take part in the 30 min PE session from Joe Wicks on his YouTube channel at 9am this morning.
English – Write a review about a book you are reading. What’s it about? Would you recommend it? Why? Who is it written by? What else have they written? Would we like their books?
Don't forget to use persuasive language. Can you use passive voice, modal verbs, a colon to introduce a list?
If you want to email us your book review please do. We love a good book recommendation!
Reading - Log into Oxford Owl with the details above (click on the 'Oxford' link in useful websites section). Read a book for your age level.
Maths - log onto Mathletics and complete the work that has been set for homework (if you have already finished your homework, practise some ratio activities). After that, use Multiverse to practise multiplication tables.
Wellbeing - log onto Cosmic Kids and do the Spider-Man yoga.
Make sure you have plenty of space and are safely away from anything breakable or anything you could hurt yourself on (such as sharp corners).
Keep smiling, everyone. Mrs Price, Mrs Perrins and Mr Keen :0)