Fun for the Summer Holidaysl

Here are a wide range of links for different areas for you to explore and have fun while you learn!

Enjoy ๐Ÿ˜Š!

Daily Reading

Summer Reading Challenge 2021

Sandwell BorrowBox eBook advice


Libby link for anyone living in Birmingham

Aesopโ€™s Fables

Stories Online

Daily Maths

Hit the Button

Times Table Rockstars

Maths Games

More Maths Games

Maths practice (Some free practice everyday then fee paying but refreshes with each topic and day)

Angle Invaders

Telling the Time game

Fraction Fun

Get Musical!

Virtual Piano

Explore and create music

Listen to different kinds of music with amazing films

Get Moving!

Just Dance

Kidz Bop

BBC Supermovers

Bolly X Bhangra

Virtual Visits

Atlanta Zoo

Buckingham Palace

Smithsonian Museum

The Sistine Chapel – Italy

Get clued up – Learn about the World

D K Find Out

Watch BBC Newsround

Facts for every day of the year

Science links

Games to train your brain!

Word searches


Memory Games

CBBC Games

BBC Bitesize

Spanish revision – Memory Games

Get Coding

Get Coding with ScratchJr

Get Creative

Online Colouring

More Online Colouring

Make a Chatterbox

Origami fun (Paper folding)

Make a box – origami

Make a Pikachu

Look at works of Art and talk about what you think about them

Get out and about and explore nature

What kind of tree is that? Find out!

What kind of flower is that? Find out!

Spot the bird

Birdsong identifier

Nature Games

Stay safe in the sun

Stay safe in the water

Don’t forget, you can do many other things such as…:

* Keep your own diary ๐Ÿ“”

* Find a pebble and decorate it

* Make a kite

* Create your own bowling game using a rolled up sock as a ball

and so much more!

Use your imagination, be safe and have fun! ๐ŸŒž ๐Ÿ˜Ž

The Human Sundial Shadow Science Experiment

We have been learning how shadows are created when light is blocked.

Shadows form on the opposite side to a light source because light travels in straight lines. 

As it has been a clear, sunny day, we have been tracing the shadow of one person in the same place at four different points throughout the day. Here are some photos and also a table. 

What has happened to the length of the shadow throughout the day?

Try to explain why the shadow changed using the information at the start of this Blog post.

A table to show the length of the shadow through the day: