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Spring Term

Find below a selection of activities for each subject. There is a range of written, creative and ICT based tasks to choose from.



  • The children have been working on measuring length in class.  At home, please ask them to use a ruler or tape measure to measure items, ensuring they are doing this accurately.  They should be measuring in mm, cm and m.

  • Get cooking! Bake or cook a dish that requires measuring and weighing in grams, ml, litres and maybe kilograms.

  • Begin to practice telling the time with your child on an analogue clock, concentrating on o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to the hour.  This could include asking them to tell an adult when it is 3’oclock as well as reading the time.

  • Continue to practice timetables every day, asking your child to recite the number sentences for 2’s, 5’s, 10’s, 3’s, 4’s and 8’s.  They could write this down or do it verbally.  The children could also practice these on TTRS


Useful Websites: - games, videos and explanations to help children learn about measures  - age appropriate games for every topic




  • Prepare a poem by heart to perform to an audience. Think about volume, pace and actions.

  • Try to read a news article each day on



  • Work through that has been set up by teachers

  • Revise/practise spellings from Year 3/4 National curriculum word list

  • Read 5 pages of your favourite book and write down every unknown word you see. Now look up the definitions and try to write your own sentence using each of the words.

  • Write a short story of your choice (500 words) – you could use ideas/pictures from Literacy Shed to help you.


Useful Websites: - pictures and videos to help inspire creativity




  • Research the Ancient Greeks

  • Create an information poster/leaflet explaining how the Olympics have changed over time.

  • Create a piece of artwork representing an aspect of Ancient Greek life

  • Cook a traditional Greek dish and share it with your family – take pictures if you can.



  • Research a famous scientist of your choice. Write a diary from that scientist’s perspective, imagining how it would have felt to be working towards a discovery and one day achieving it.

  • Research plants and what they need to live. Create an information poster/leaflet to present your findings.


Useful Websites: - information explaining who the Ancient Greeks were - information about how the Olympics began - information about plants and what they need to live