Claremont Primary and Nursery School

A Brighter Future for Everyone

Thursday 7th May

Today's Tasks

The following tasks may be done in any order. Follow up activities can be found in the Resources section below. If you complete these, just copy them out into your Home Learning Book or on paper.Sometimes answers are given.Here, please try the tasks first and then check the answers afterwards. REMEMBER we learn from our mistakes - having a go is most important.

If you click on any yellow box, it will take you directly to a lesson link.
          Watch BBC Daily on iPlayer - we are on week 3, lesson 4

Starter Activity 

Continue the sequences below. Remember to work out 'the rule 'first, before trying to complete the questions .

1)   _ ,_ , 20. 15, 10, 5, _, _, _

2) _ , _ , -16, -12, -8 ,  _, _ , _, 8

3)  _ , _  ,5,12,19,26, _, _ 

Ask an adult to check your answers. You can also contact me on Dojo or send me an email.


Main Activity

Today's lesson is the second of two lessons on reflections, but also involves co-ordinates.

Click here to start the lesson    

Use these two  keys to move backwards and forwards through the lesson.   


Starter Activity

Skills Builder Activity 4

From the list, click on Activity 4

Main Activity

Watch the first YouTube video about using Embedded clauses or Drop in clauses in a sentence.

You will need a pen or pencil and some paper to do the examples.




Click here to listen to Charlotte Smailes, assisted by one of her rabbits, reading some great poetry. (Yes,she is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Smailes)

Then, if you wish, open the document at the bottom of this page called "Charlotte reading Poetry" and think about some of the questions.




Charlotte Reading Poetry

  The Daily challenge is an additional activity for you to complete if you have time and wish to do so.
 Daily Challenge                                                                                                                                                               Extra information                                                           

                                                                                                                                                                    Invent a game which children can play at home which uses simple things you could find in most houses.

Here are some ideas:

  • It could be a searching game where you have to collect things as quickly as you can ( Like a scavenger hunt)
  • It can be a times tables game where you practice your times tables in a fun way
  • Or a spelling game; it has to be fun remember!
  • An exercise game, but be careful!


Whatever the game, it must be simple and easy for children to play and, most importantly, it must be fun!

Good luck.