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  Have a look at the document below to find out more about this summer’s reading challenge. There is a link below for your grown ups to sign up to the free online challenge and get hold of lots of fun challenges and access to online books for you to use.

  This year’s theme is the ‘silly squad’ so you will have the chance to read lots of silly stories!


  This week I have uploaded a recording of me reading the last part of ‘Much ado about Nothing’. Enjoy listening to it. 

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  Activity 1:   

  Have a look at the review of a play of ‘the railway children’ at the link below:

Once you have read the review have a look at the kahoot in the link below and answer the questions about the review. 

  The Kahoot pin is: 06738917


  If you did not get the chance to watch the Cbeebies version of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ last week have a watch of it now:

Activity 2:

  Can you write a review of the Cbeebies performance of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream?’ Use the review of ‘The Railway children’ above and the sheet below to help you write your review of the performance.

  Remember to write in paragraphs and include reasons for your opinions.


  This week we will be learning some homophones. Remember homophones are words that sound the same but are spelled differently and mean different things.

Activity 3:

  I have added a link to some online games below that you can play to help you learn some homophones. There is also a matching game you can print off and play.


  Your words for this week are:













There is a link to kahoot quiz below. The pin is: 08780921

Extension 1: Have a look at the BBC Bitesize lesson that I have provided a link to below. This lesson includes a few different activities as well as two readings of different sections from ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.

Extension 2: Have a look at the PowerPoint below to learn about how to use apostrophes for singular and plural words. Then have a look at the sheet below and see if you can complete the table.