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Information regarding activities that can be completed at home.

We are looking at ways of providing work for children who may not be at school at this time. In our most recent letter we informed you that we were working on providing distant learning and staff are continuing to work hard to provide this facility if the school is directed to close.

Here are links to suggested resources that may be of use at this time:


Reading –

Maths –

Welsh –


If your child logs into their Hwb account ( they are able to access Just2Easy resources such as j2Blast.

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The Sun IS shining and June is feeling Joyful. How many of these lovely ideas can you complete throughout June? 

Thank you to everyone for all your wonderful work this week! yes

Diolch yn fawr. 

Here's a selection from our J2e folders. 

Have a wonderful weekend see you all Monday. smiley


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Friday 5th June

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Gosh how quickly has this week gone! Friday already smiley

Thank you for all your wonderful work this week. We really appreciate all your support diolch yn fawr.

BUT before we enjoy the weekend, we have a few more  Egyptian tasks for you.

Try this Alphabet Challenge, all the Egyptian themed words need to be ordered alphabetically. It may not be as easy as it sounds!wink As an extra challenge try timing yourself against a family member. Who gets the most right in the quickest time?

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Recreate this picture of King Tutankhamun. Drawing, painting, chalking or using J2e are a few options. 
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Friday not only means the weekend is coming, but its also means its The Learn Its Challenge Day!! Don't forget its a 90 second timed activity.  How many can you get right? Are you beating your previous score? 

Let us know!!

Good Luck!

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Thursday 4th June

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The weather for today isn't as nice as it has been recently. Why not sing and dance along to Walk like an Egyptian again?  That will get our bodies and brains all ready for the day!

Our  first Egyptian task for today is to make a Tomb. You can use the template or be as creative as you want and surprise us with your creativity. 

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Think about what we have learnt so far and make your own acrostic poem about Egypt. We have had lots of fun in class doing these, also try making your own acrostic poem using a word of your choice,  it could be another Egyptian themed word or not. 
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Finally use the hieroglyphics to write numbers Egyptian style!  See if you can get a family member to work out what they are. 


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Don't forget to Tweet us your activities  @bryncethincl6 or let us know via our Google Classroom what you have chosen to do!


Have a lovely day! 

Wednesday 3rd June

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Take a peek at today's Joyful June challenge, its lovely!

Also just a quick reminder that the Minecraft competition is still open. Links and details can be found further down on the class page. Good luck if you have already entered!!!


Can you build a pyramid? Maybe by using paper/cardboard or build one out of Lego.. For those of you that have sand pits try using sand! As its a rainy day you could use Hwb or Minecraft to build your pyramid. Tweet us @bryncethincl6

How to make Paper Pyramid ( very easy ) | DIY Crafts

Here are two Egyptian themed tasks, a word search and a crack the codes challenge. Try this Sudoku puzzle!


Have fun. smiley

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Tuesday 2nd June

Bore da, its another sunny day don't forget the sun cream and drink plenty of water! 



Do you know who this man is?



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Its Mo Salah! He is part of the Egyptian football team, he also plays for Liverpool FC. Mo Salah took a late penalty against Congo and scored. Egypt then qualified for the World Cup in 2018. 


Today, have your very own penalty shoot out against your family!!!!  Let us know how many penalties you score @bryncethincl6 

Don't like football? Then how about a game of Tug of War, the Ancient Egyptians enjoyed this game. 

Otherwise have a game of tennis, rugby or basketball, the options are endless. Maybe you could make up a mini Olympics.  

Remember to stay hydrated!


Here is the Egyptian Flag, print or draw your own. Then cut it up into pieces (not too many though) and see if you can put it back together. An Egyptian flag jigsaw!



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As an example, one question could be, What is the longest River in the World?

Tweet us @bryncethincl6 or let us know what you have been doing today via Google Classroom. 


Have a lovely day. 

Monday 1st June

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Welcome back!!!  We hope you have had a lovely half term break, having lots of fun together, the weather has been glorious! 

We are starting the new term with lots of fun activities about Egypt. Today we would like you watch the song Walk like an Egyptian and sing and dance along.  Make a video or take pictures and tweet us @bryncethincl6 or show us Via our Google Classroom page.


Bangles - Walk like an Egyptian

Could you make an Egyptian style necklace and wear it whilst singing and dancing along? These are just a few ideas, you can be as creative as you like.
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Finally try these tricky Sudoku puzzles!
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Tweet us your finished Sudoku puzzles. Were they easy or hard? 


Have lovely day.

Calling all Minecraft fans!  The National Museum of Wales has launched an exciting Minecraft competition.  The prize is a VIP trip for our class to visit a museum of your choice!! 

All the details you need are in this link.  Good Luck. 

Minecraft Your Museum

Details on our Minecraft your Museum competition

Friday 22nd May

Today is the last day of term (YAY) so will there not be any new activities next week. Term starts back Monday 1st June. Have a lovely week off and thank you, for your continued support. We really appreciate the participation within the Google Classroom and web tasks.

Diolch yn fawr. 


BUT before school ends we have a few tasks for you!!!smiley

Today we are thinking about e-safety so have a try at this comprehension and there's a family agreement for you to look at. 

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Have a go at your Learn Its, remember its a timed 90 seconds challenge. Did you beat your score from last week? Let us know via Google Classroom or on our Twitter page @bryncethincl6 

Good luck!!


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Did you guess all the African animals from yesterday Who am I? quiz? 

The answers are hyena, cheetah, flamingo, lion, giraffe, warthog, rhino, meerkat, buffalo.Well done if you guessed them all! 


Have a lovely, happy, healthy and safe half-term break! 

Thursday 21st May

Here's a little quiz. Each sentence gives clues to a different African animal, some are easy some not so easy! Can you guess them all? Answers will be revealed tomorrow! As an extra challenge try and make up your own and pop them on our Google Classroom page.

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It's World Turtle Day on  Saturday 23rd May. To celebrate these beautiful creatures can you create a poster using J2e on Hwb? You can decide what information to add and maybe research some facts about African Sea Turtles. Be as creative as you can with your IT skills.  

If you'd rather draw a poster on paper that's okay too! 

Show us your work on our Google classroom or Tweet us at @bryncethincl6 


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Wednesday 20th May

What a lovely sunny day yes  Perfect for today's activity - African Sunset Shadow Art!

You will need a sheet of orange, yellow and red paper, glue, black paint/felts and some African animals.   Oh, and the Sun!!!

Firstly tear the orange and yellow paper into strips and glue onto the red sheet of paper. Find a nice sunny spot and position your animals so that their shadow is on the paper. Draw around the outline and colour in black.  Voila!!!  - a beautiful African Animal Sunset!

Tweet us @bryncethincl6 

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Can you find your way through Africa? Starting at the top and finishing at the bottom. Can you name the country where you start and end? Can you name more countries as you find your way through this beautiful continent?

Good Luck. 

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Tuesday 19th May

Oh No! 

The colours on the Kenyan flag have disappeared.  Could you find out what the flag is supposed to look like and colour it in? As an extra challenge could you research some Kenyan flag facts? Did you know a person who studies flags is called a vexillologist? 

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Use this script with your family to have some fun role playing. Maybe add some props and film yourselves. Tweet us @bryncethincl6 or upload photos or videos to our Google Classroom. Enjoy.
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​​​​​​Monday 18th May

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Thank you for all your wonderful work on Space last week, we have added some to the gallery on this page for you to see. Diolch yn fawr!


This week we shall be learning about Africa. smiley

In this African themed word search there are some unfamiliar words, maybe you could find out what they mean? 

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Here are some yoga poses for you to try out, these ones have been given an African animal name. Can you find any others? 

Tweet us at @bryncethincl6

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Friday 15th May

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Final day of our Star jump Challenge. 95 is the record so far. Can anyone beat this? 


Friday means its your Learn Its Challenge!! Can you beat your score from last week? Remember its a timed challenge for 90 seconds. Try this Space code breaker first.


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Its our final day exploring Space.  After all your hard work and amazing research its time for a treat.  Our friends at NASA have made a recipe where you bake and decorate cookies that look like Sunspot Cookies.  Did you know that The Sun isn't just yellow  it has black spots on it? Your mission today is to make Sunspot cookies. You can either bake the cookies and decorate them or, cheat a little bit, and decorate cookies (or biscuits) that you may already have.  Enjoy these tasty treats Space Cadets.  Tweet us @bryncethincl6.

Thank you all so much for all the wonderful work produced this week. 

Diolch yn fawr. 


Thursday 14th May

Remember its day four of your Star Jump Challenge! 


Imagine you've been to outer Space and whilst zooming around you spotted something!! A brand new planet.  Can you draw or describe what it looks like? Think about its colour, size, shape, moons, rings, where it is in the Solar System? What will you name it? Could this new planet have aliens? Tweet us your pictures or descriptions @bryncethincl6


Some aliens have scrambled up my research, could you help me? You will need to rearrange the letters so the words are unscrambled and will be connected to something to do with Space. As an extra challenge, can you think up some other Space related words and scramble them for your family to solve?

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Wednesday 13th May

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Day three of our Star jump challenge. How are you doing? Tweet us your scores so far @bryncethincl6


Can you draw/paint/build/design something associated with Space? A rocket, a Planet, the Sun, an alien, the Milky Way, a moon buggy, a shooting star...... Anything at all, using anything you want, paint, chalk, crayon, junk modelling, playdough......

Tweet us your finished project or add a picture to Google Classroom. 

Have fun and be as creative as you can!


Can you fill in the answers to this puzzle?

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Tuesday 12th May

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Remember to do your Star Jump Challenge again today! The aim is to see if you can improve your score by Friday! Can you be as fit as an astronaut?? 


Thinking about an astronauts fitness, today you have a fun physical challenge. Can you build an obstacle course to test your agility? The sun is shining why not build one in the garden? Use what ever you have, a scooter, space hopper, skipping rope, trampoline, balls........... Make sure you go over, under, through and around. Include running, crawling, hopping, dancing, skipping...........anything you want!! Be as creative as you can. Tweet us some pictures @bryncethincl6.  Enjoy future astronauts!!!!!


Enjoy this word wheel challenge after that workout.

The aim is to find a nine-letter word, then as many other words as you can, of two letters or more. You must use the middle letter in each word, and each letter can only be used once!

Good is 15+  Excellent 20+  Outstanding 25+  Tweet us your score or tell us in our Google Classroom.





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Monday 11th May

Bore da.  What a lovely, sunny, bank holiday weekend, hopefully, we are all rested and looking forward to our new topic all about SPACE!!

There is a fantastic song and dance routine to get us all in the Space Mood on BBC Teach, Ks2 science called "The Solar System From The Tardis".  Its out of the world...... 


The first of today's activities is a daily challenge for you and maybe the rest of your household. 

Astronauts have to be super fit to fly into Space, so we are going to test our fitness each day and by Friday we may have become fitter and stronger!  You will need a timer and a pen and paper to record your results. 

Your challenge is to count how many STAR jumps you can do in a minute.  Do this everyday and tweet us with your results @bryncethinCL6,  Ready, Steady, GO......... 


Test your Space knowledge and attempt an A-Z of Space. You can send us your A-Z via our Google Classroom or tweet us. See how much of the A-Z you can fill in today, don't worry if you get stuck, add to your A-Z as we learn more about Space this week! As an extra challenge try to think of as many Space themed words as you can for each letter of the alphabet. 

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Thursday 7th May

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Today we have a Big Maths challenge for you! You will need a timer (set for 80 seconds)to do your Learn Its Challenge.  When you are ready get your grown up to start the timer, at the end of the 80 seconds STOP! Ask your grown up to mark your answers and score you.  Let us know your results on twitter or in our Google Classroom. 

Your Learn Its were included in your Home Pack. You can print these off if you have the ability to do so, otherwise copy out the sums first onto a piece of paper, then when you are ready you can be timed filling in the answers. 

GOOD LUCK and NO CHEATING!!!!!!!smiley 

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Today we have our final task to celebrate VE Day. As there will be lots of VE Day parties tomorrow, why don't you get yourself into a 1940's party mood!!!!!  Listen to some music, this one is by The Andrews Sisters called Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy from 1941. Teach yourself some dance moves from the 1940's, swing dance was popular then.  There are lots of step by step dance tutorials on You Tube. Maybe you could have a go with a grown up. Film yourselves and tweet us!  Finally have a

look at the clothes that were worn in the 1940's.  The men dressed very smartly, the women wore knee length dresses.  Maybe you could get all dressed up in your pretty dresses and smart clothes to dance in.

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Andrews Sisters Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

Finally, as tomorrow is a Bank Holiday there will not be any new activities added until Monday 11th May. Have a lovely weekend.

Have lots of fun and tweet us @Bryncethincl6 your VE Day celebrations!


Please could class 6 take a moment to fill in this survey about the work they are doing on google classroom. Thank you.



Wednesday 6th May

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As you know this Friday 8th May, people across Britain will be celebrating VE Day. Lots of people will be decorating their houses and gardens with bunting. 

Today's task is for you to make some VE Day bunting that you could put up at home.  You could cut out, paint and decorate some cardboard boxes that were going to be recycled, print out some templates, like the one below. Maybe you could be super creative and make your own. Why not add some glitter for some extra sparkle?


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Another Spy task for you today. Try Morse Code. Use the Chart below to write your name. Too easy?  Try writing some sentences using Morse Code for your family to crack.  Maybe they could write some for you! Still too easy?? Try the Morse Code quiz on the Blue Peter website. See if you can be a top Spy and tweet us the answer! @BryncethinCL6 add @Cbbc #Blue Peter.  Otherwise let us know the answer via Google Classroom! 


Have fun Spies!!!!!

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Tuesday 5th May

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Continuing with our VE Day topic today, have a go at making a medal.  You could recreate one from WW2 or design your own.  You could present someone in your household with this medal for being a hero to you!  Most of the ribbons used are colourful and similar to a rainbow theme.  I wonder why this is?  Have fun getting creative.  Tweet us @BryncethinCL6 with your medal and hero. 


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A fun Maths activity for you to try, based on code breakers from WW2. This will help you practise your times tables.  Tweet us your answers @BryncethinCL6 or submit them to Google classroom.  Can you make up some more?
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Monday 4th May

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Hope you all had a lovely weekend despite the weather. It's great to see the sun shining again!


This week our activities will all be linked to VE Day.  On Friday it is the 75th anniversary of VE Day and it is a bank holiday, lots of people across the country will be celebrating this day. 


Today's activity is to make a paper aeroplane.  You can use this picture of a Spitfire to help you as the fold lines are there to guide you.  It can be found on Twinkl if you have the ability to print at home. Or you can just make your own and decorate it too look like a Spitfire.  


Then you can challenge your family too see whose aeroplane flies the furthest.  Remember to measure fairly and accurately.  You can use JIT5 in Hwb to create a graph of your results!  Good Luck!!!


Tweet us your aeroplane at @BryncethinCL6  and maybe add @royalairforce!!





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Woohoo! It's pyjamarama day!!!!


We cannot wait to see pictures of you in your pjs doing lots of reading and book related activities.


Below you will see a reading activity about dragon claws, an activity where you can create your own comic strip and a crossword. 


Please click on the "Pyjamarama" icon to follow the link to the Book Trust webpage in order to take part in the activities today. 


I hope you have lots of fun.  


Finally here is one last song to get you in the mood for reading.  Enjoy your day and have a lovely weekend.


Reading (Happy Song)

Thursday 30th April

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All About Those Books Lyrics

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Here's some lovely activities for today.


Carry out some activities about Dragonflies.

Why not try becoming an illustrator like Matt Carr?

Here is a line up of events from tomorrow's fun-filled day so that you don't miss out on anything.


Enjoy today's reading song.


Have a lovely day


Wednesday 29th April

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A Cover Is Not the Book (Sing-Along Edition From "Mary Poppins Returns")

Here's another lovely song for you to enjoy.


Today, have fun learning about Gargoyles and completing this wordsearch.


Remember to tweet pictures to our class page and to use @booktrust 


Have a look at our work this week. We've been very creative making invitations and designing dragons using j2e.

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Tuesday 28th April

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I hope this song gets you in the mood for some reading.


This week, the HWB activities are all related to Dragon stories. So here are some facts and tasks for you about "Dragons"  that you see in the world today.


Design a book cover for a story about Dragons. make it as colourful as you can. Don't forget to post pictures of your creations and activities on our Twitter Class Page.


Also, today is Superhero Day. Why not dress up as a Superhero and read a book in a strange place. Don't forget to tweet!!

Monday 27th April


Bore da pawb, I hope you all had a lovely weekend.


This week we will be celebrating stories and reading together and then on Friday we will be having a whole school celebration day when families can all join in a Festival of Story - fun filled at home!!


Literacy - Read some of your favourite books together. Talk about why you like these stories so much.


Art - Design an invitation for someone at home to come and join you for the celebration day on Friday. Make sure you tell them that it is a whole day event, with fun activities to do and they must wear pyjamas!!

Friday 24th April

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It's Friday, Yey!!!! 


Carrying on with the drawing and story theme, try drawing these jungle animals today. Write a story about each character.


Here is a link to some ICT games for literacy and numeracy activities. Enjoy


Have a lovely weekend everyone. laugh

Thursday 23rd April

Exercise moves

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Take some time to do some fancy yoga moves today and some exercise challenges with your family.


Have a go at drawing some faces. Give them different features like glasses, funny hair. Be creative and maybe write a character profile to go with them.


Don't forget to share your creations and pictures of yourselves doing activities on Twitter

Wednesday 22nd April

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It's another warm day.


Today, think of a way to stop your ice lolly or ice cube from melting in this hot weather. (Ice lolly mission)


Have a family quiz time. There are lots of quizzes on the bbc bitesize site. Try the tricky emoji movie quiz. That's really fun.

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Why not challenge your family to make the tallest ice block tower today. (You will need lots of ice)


Enjoy some quiet time and read a magazine article. Follow the internet link and choose Grades 3 to 5 to read articles suited to you.

Monday 20th April


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Welcome back after a well deserved break. We have been thinking of you and hope you have all had a lovely Easter.


Literacy challenge: Write about what you did over the Easter holidays in EXACTLY 100 words. No more and no less. 


Mindfulness: Find a quiet, comfortable spot outside. Look up at the clouds and see what shapes they create. Maybe you'll see a dinosaur, a rabbit or a bowl of ice-cream. 



Friday 3rd April



A huge thank you to everyone for taking part in our activities, both on the website and on HWB, over the last 2 weeks. We appreciate it hasn't always been easy. T


Today is the last day for activities before the Easter holidays, so today (and for the 2 week holiday) the focus is on FUN!!!!!!


Please take time to relax, sing songs, dance in the garden and house, play cards, play board games, be calm, be silly but most of all, BE SAFE!!


Here are some links to online games that can be played on rainy days as well as lovely stories and activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family. Enjoy trying the Easter Anagram today too!!


New activities will be set on the first day back, Monday 20th April. 


           Have a wonderful Easter break everyone!!!!

Here are some code breaker questions. Answer the sums and work out the answers to the Easter Jokes.


Why not learn how to boil an egg? (You need to do this with an adult). You can then either decorate it to make a lovely Easter egg or perhaps you could set up an assault course and have an "egg"celent egg and spoon race!!


Don't forget to join in with Joe Wickes every morning too! It's completely "eggs"hausting!! cheekywinklaugh

As a small group, or just with an adult, have fun reading the Easter story together and answer the questions at the bottom of the pages. At the end, design a picture or collage of your favourite part of the story. 


Let's get messy - Make some salt dough creations


Salt Dough Easter Eggs



250g plain flour

125g - salt

125ml - warm water



Put the salt and flour into a bowl

Add small amounts of water at a time and mix together with a wooden spoon.

Once it starts coming together you will need to use your hands.

Knead the dough for at least 5 minutes

Once your dough is ready, roll out to no more than 1cm thick

Create your egg shapes in the dough

Leave on a windowsill to harden. This could take a few days. Remember to turn them over so both sides harden.


Once completely hard, decorate with pretty patterns and bright colours.




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Here are some lovely Spring and Easter activities for you.


Firstly, use the internet to find out different facts about Spring. Use the information to create an information text. This could be a leaflet, poster, non-chronological report or you could use ICT and film yourself doing a presentation or present it using an App such as Puppet pals. Be creative! You could post your finished piece on Twitter.


Have some fun and play an Easter/ Maths related board game. If you are unable to print this out, make your own board. Choose Easter related pictures to go on your board and enjoy colouring them in. yes





Let's see your acting skills - With your family, play a miming game. Act out different roles or TV characters, but remember,  NO TALKING!!


It's been a little bit windy, what a great time to fly a kite. Follow the instructions to make your own kite.


Remember to take photos or videos to post on our Twitter page. laugh

I hope you have enjoyed your first week of learning at home. It would be so nice to see what lovely activities everyone has been doing. You can post your pictures on our class Twitter page @bryncethinCl6


Have a lovely weekend everyone and I look forward to setting you some more activities on here and HWB next week. 

Write today's date on a sheet of paper from your Home Learning pack. Put the title "Punctuation Hunt" Count up the punctuation marks that you find.



Nature's calling!!


If you can, go into the garden, sit outside your house or just look out of the window. Make a tally chart of the different wildlife that you see, e.g types of birds, insects, animals, plants etc. If you want to, you can then create a graph on HWB J2Easy, chart and save it in your file in Class 6 2019- 2020.

Read through the Chocolate Factory information. On your sheets of paper in your pack, write today's date and answer the questions.


It's Thursday, you know what that means!!!!! Enjoy a vigorous PE work out. This is day one of Joe Wicks' fitness videos, but there are more available online from his lessons this week. Enjoy smiley

Wednesday 25th March

Numeracy - Shape hunt. Follow the instructions on the sheet. Record the information in your maths books. Don't forget to write the date.


Welsh - Draw a plan of your house using the squared paper in your maths book and label the rooms in Welsh. Don't forget to write the date. Use the website to help you. Plus, the games are really good!!!!!

Tuesday 24th March


Literacy - Read a book with an adult. Using the question sheet from the Reading Workshop pack, answer different types of questions about the book.


Be Creative - You were hired by a theme park to create a new roller coaster. Use different types of material, lego or ICT to make a fun ride for the park. 

Monday 23rd March.


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Here are some activities that  you could complete today:


Mathematics - Practice your Learn Its for at least 20 mins throughout the day. Play games such as BUZZ, or use a Precision teaching method to help you. 


Literacy - Write a short diary entry of what you and your family did today. Keep adding to this diary a few times a week. It will be lovely to read  them when we return to school.


Expressive Arts - Complete one of the colouring activities from your Home Learning Pack.