|Gory Greeks Homework Grid - Autumn 2|
|Knowing (2)||Understanding (3)||Applying (4)||Creating (5)||Evaluating (6)|
I enjoy reading, writing & speaking.
|Retell the story of Theseus and the Minotaur||Write a blurb for the back of Theseus and the Minotaur||Write a blurb for the back of Theseus and the Minotaur||Write instructions for slaying a Minotaur. All features must be included.||Choose another famous Greek event and write an explanation as to how it started
I enjoy working with numbers & science.
Find out which is the largest city in Greece and include its size and population.
|Write 4 word problems linked with your times tables.||Go on a listening walk. It can be anywhere you like. Write down EVERYTHING that you hear.||Design a piece of spy kit so that you will be able to see around corners without revealing your identity.||Explain how a torch works by drawing a diagram and writing an explanation.|
I enjoy painting, drawing & visualising.
|Find the Mul Mantra and copy out a section in English. Then, copy the first line in Gurmukhi.
||Google ‘BBC learning zone Sikhsim’ and select at least 3 clips to watch. Can you explain what you have learnt to your family?||Design a cloth which will be used to cover the Guru Granth Sahib. The cloth must be special!||Create a title page for the story of Daedalus and Icarus. Remember to include features such as publisher, author and illustrator.||Who is your favourite Greek God or villain? Why do you like them? Write an evaluation of their character.|
I enjoy doing hands-on activities
|Make a list of 10 items at home that are from other countries. Make another list of 10 items that are from the UK.||Teach somebody at home how to count to 5 in French.
||Using your favourite Cornish artist for inspiration, recreate a piece of their work.
||Make a model of a famous Greek landmark. You may need to do some research before deciding which landmark!||Evaluate your model of a famous landmark.|
|MyMaths||MyMaths homework will be set weekly - children who do not complete it at home will be required to complete it in school time.|
| Shade and date the box when you complete a task.
Do at least one task each week.
Don’t forget to also read at home every night, learn your spellings and practise your weekly tables as much as you can!
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