HOMEWORK: The table below outlines homework for English and Maths set by your child’s class teacher. Please note that the homework listed below is in addition to reading at home. Teacher English Due in Mathematics Due in Miss Weaver For English, please continue with learning N/A We have been learning how to measure 23/3/09 keywords and practicing to read the reading things this week, using vocabulary such book given. as longest, shortest, more, less. Please can you help your child to measure each ‘slug trail’ using their finger as a measuring device! Astronauts and Planets – please measure 8 slug trails. Spaceships, Comets and Stars – please measure 5 slug trails. Mrs Holden For English, please continue with learning N/A We have been learning how to measure 23/3/09 keywords and practicing to read the reading things this week, using vocabulary such book given. as longest, shortest, more, less. Please can you help your child to measure each ‘slug trail’ using their finger as a measuring device! Suns and Rockets – please measure 8 slug trails. Spaceships, Comets and Moons – please measure 5 slug trails. Miss Please learn spellings for a test on Friday 27.03.09 Rectangles and Circles - Please Due on Wordsworth complete the 2 times tables questions. Monday We have been grouping objects into 2s 23.03 which could help the children to solve the questions. 1 minute Hexagons and Triangles – please test complete the word problems and write 25.03.09 the calculations in your books. Also revise for the 1 minute test on Mental Monday- addition facts up to 5. test on 27.03.09 Miss Litherland Spellings: Spelling Year 1 – place value: Due on test given Complete the addition calculations in Monday Year 1: High frequency words (key words) – on Friday which you have to partition the tens and 23.03 Said, come, they, away, she, was, like, all, 27.03 the units e.g. 20 + 2 = 22. two, very Year 2 – Practise SATs paper. 1 minute Questions can be read by an adult and a test Year 2: drop the ‘e’ and add ‘ing’ – 100 square can be used as an aid. 23.03.09 Diving, typing, writing, smiling, pleasing, Mental shaping, freezing, timing, breathing, flaking Also revise for the 1 minute test on test on Monday- addition facts up to 5. 27.03.09 Miss Hurst Maths homework this week Test Revise for mental test : Due on given on Mixed questions Monday Spellings: Friday 2, 10 , 5 tables, addition and 23.03 27.03 subtraction of money and number What happens to the meaning of a verb properties 1 minute when we add the ‘ing’ suffix Also revise for the 1 minute test on test common words Monday- addition facts up to 10. 23.03.09 Polysyllabic words- red blue, yellow, green The maths homework is a sheet to Mental practice written calculation methods. I test on have included some examples to show 27.03.09 how we have worked on the problems in Class though feel free to let your child use whichever method they feel happy with. Don’t worry if your child struggles at first with these; some have quite big numbers just encourage them to show their working and we will work through these as a class in the week. Remind your child to use notes and jottings to help them and read each question carefully to look for the operation to use. Thank you for your ongoing support Miss Hurst Miss Wild Butterflies and Grasshoppers – Write up 24.03.09 Trapeziums and Rhombus’s – 1. Work 24.03.09 your chosen explanation, following the plan out the area and perimeters of the from the previous homework. Ask parents compound shapes 2. Work out the area to help you tick off the features on the and perimeter problems. success criteria as you achieve them. Focus Pentagons, hexagons and Octagons – on linking paragraphs well with effective Work out the areas and perimeters of connectives. the compound shapes by splitting the Bumble bees and ladybirds - Write up rectangles into two shapes. your chosen explanation, following the plan from the previous homework. Ask parents * All learn 8 and 9 X tables really well to help you tick off the features on the for splat competitions next week. success criteria as you achieve them. Don’t Remember, you need to be able to recall forget to include an introduction and a facts immediately in order to gain conclusion! points for your team! Caterpillars – Write a paragraph explaining how to swim. You can include extra details about how you might use arm bands at first, how important it is to be safe and finally how important it is to be able to swim. Ask your parents to re-read your work with you and decide together if you have achieved your writing target of full stops and capital letters. If so, write a capital T on the bottom. *All learn weekly spellings and spelling rule for test next Friday! Miss Cupid- Use the checklist from this week to write 24.03.09 Find five objects in your kitchen (ask 24.03.09 Brown another explanation. This time you are to your parents first!) that have been write an explanation for either: How a kite measured in kg and grams and write works or how to clean out a goldfish. down what they are and how much they Remember these are not instructions! weigh. Sprites & Elves: Focus on vocabulary. Aim Equilateral: Order your objects from to write ¾ of a page and a labelled diagram. heaviest to lightest and write down Make sure you don’t leave any steps out. their weight in both kilograms and Genies & Faeries: Aim to write half a page grams. Can you write the weights down including a labelled diagram. Create a flow as decimals too? Example: Jar of chart to help you if you need to. Marmalade: 250g = 0.25kg. Wizards: Try to write half a page. Think Obtuse, Scalene & Isosceles: Order about the steps and imagine someone was your objects from heaviest to lightest following them. Have you missed anything and write down their weight in both out? kilograms and grams. Example: Bag of Sugar: 1kg = 1000g. Right Triangle: Order your objects from heaviest to lightest. Remember to think hard if they are in grams! 1kg = 1000g. Mrs Murray Albergs & Wilsons: write a one page diary 24.03.09 Shade in fractions of shapes 24.03.09 entry as one fo the characters from the Identify fractions of shapes stories we’ve read. It doesn’t have to be the Learn 4 times tables by heart for test protagonist! Make sure to include detail. on Tuesday. Rowlings: write a two-paragraph diary entry as one of the protaginst characters from the stories we’ve read. It should take place the night before the climax of the conflict (problem). What would they be feeling? Dahls & McGoughs: Write a short diary entry (at least one paragraph) as the main character from one of the stories we’ve read. It should take place the night after the story ended. How does the character feel? What would they put in their diary? Miss Brewer 1 & 2- Write the introduction to a 24.03.09 Year 5: Complete the questions, finding 24.03.09 Biography. Write a paragraph (introduction) fractions of amounts. Spotlight 5 p21 qu telling me some facts about a famous 1&2 person, a character, or someone you know. Year 6: finding fractions of amounts Spotlight 6 p18 Qu 1, 2 & 3 3, 4 and 5- Write the introduction to a Year 6 Revision: Use your CGP books to Biography. Write an introduction telling me revise the section on fractions. some facts about a famous person, a character, or someone you know. Use interesting time connectives. Remember to include: place and date of birth, schooling, parents, and friends. Miss Rennie Children to revisit previous work done on 24.03.09 Building on from work done in class, 24.03.09 direct speech and also adverbs within text. children are going to be looking at Completing the adverb ‘mind dump’ and then converting fractions, decimals and sentence work in their books, before percentages. creating five of their own examples. Each Yellow table are to convert more applying correct speech punctuation and a complex fractions, moving beyond 50 / range of adverbs. 25; and also compare relative findings. Year 6 – are also to complete a small Year 6 – are to also read pg 26-28 of their number of Testbase questions, in Literacy revision books, before completing preparation for forthcoming SATS. one of the short story examples (20 mins) from pg26. Miss Boardman Read CGP book pages 74 – 78 and make 24.03.09 To Calculate the area of a Shape. 24.03.09 notes. (In their folders). Year 5 - page 57 refresher then practice Read page 72 about The Long Writing Test. Year 6 - page 56 practice then Copy the planning sheet from page 73 into challenge your books. Fill this in to plan your story. Year 6 Revision – use your CGP books to However do not write it! revise area and perimeter and make brief notes in the back of your maths books or in your folders.
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