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Day 1 (Do not complete if your child is in school Monday/Tuesday or Thursday/Friday)


RE – Yom Kippur


Have you ever had to say sorry? Were you sad about what you had done?

Did saying sorry help make things better?


Last week we learnt about Rosh Hashanah and were introduced to a shofar. A shofar is a ram's horn that is blown at the end of Yom Kippur, the day of atonement and the holiest day in the Jewish year.


The ten days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is a time when Jewish people fast and say sorry to God.

At the end of Yom Kippur, they celebrate God's forgiveness.


Listen to Sarah explain about saying sorry, and David talk about




What things might we do to show that we are really sorry and want things to be different?


If you want to you could write some of your ideas down or even write a prayer about being sorry and forgiveness.

Day 2 (Do not complete if your child is in school Monday/Tuesday or Thursday/Friday)



Geography – Name and find the countries of the UK.


Have a look at the attached PowerPoint in resources.


Can you answer the questions included on the PowerPoint.


You could have a go at making one of the flags from the four countries of the UK that you have learnt about today?


(England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland)

Day 3



Art and DT


Can you use an old wooden spoon or a lolly stick to make your own pirate puppet?


Day 4



Science and DT


Can you make your own boat using recycled materials?



Other ideas

You could have a boat race:




You could carry out an investigation


You could explore materials that float and sink.

Day 5





Can you make an old treasure map?



First use a well soaked tea bag and stain some paper.

Once it is dry carefully tear around the edges.

Next screw it up into a tight ball and then carefully smooth it out again.

Now you have an old piece of paper that you can draw on. You might want to plan it before you start.

What natural and man-made features are you going to put on it?

Don’t forget to mark where the treasure is with an ‘x’.