This is an excellent website with lots of ideas and activities as well as tips on how to draw your favourite characters. https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun
The School Library Association has put together lots of resources and websites for you to use at home. There are links for author events, digital escape rooms and online books and activities. https://www.sla.org.uk/school-closure-resources
Miss Tabram, Miss Graves and Mrs Playford LOVE this website! It has so many ideas and activities to have a go at. You can even watch your favourite author telling you about what inspires them. https://authorfy.com/
Fancy entering a writing competition? This one is to write a funny story!
The website has lots of hints and tips as well as information on how to enter. https://authorfy.com/masterclasses/awritelaugh/
Here are a selection of images for you to have a go at writing a short story about.
These only need to be short, but think about something that happens in the story to grab your reader's attention.
You can use the story starter ideas to give you some ideas.
Have a go at these reading comprehensions. We've picked ones that are relevant to things we would be learning about this term.
We usually sent these as homework, so most of you would be having a go at the 2 star or 3 star text and questions (when you've opened the link, scroll down to find the right one for you).
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
Here are some spelling activities for you to have a go at. This is a list of statutory spellings for Year 5 and 6, which you should be learning. The activities below will help you with that.
Here are some activities for you to have a go at that will recap your grammar knowledge.