# Home Learning

## Homework for week commenting 4th December 2023

## Year 3

Reading |
Read at least 5 times before next Monday. When you read, see if you can find a word with an apostrophe used for omission, e.g. can’t. Write the expanded form (e.g. cannot) in your diary. |

Maths |
In your blue books, complete the Maths questions. Choose to start on either Base Camp or Climbing. |

Talk |
Habit 4 is Think Win Win. When working in a team, how can you make sure everyone wins? |

Spellings |
Learn your new spellings for the following week. These will be set at the end of the week. immature impossible imperfect irresponsive immortal impatient irregular irregular |

Times Tables |
Practise your times tables on Times Tables Rock Stars at least 5 times. |

## Year 4

Reading |
Read at least 5 times before next Monday. Each time you read find write down a sentence and underline its subject, verb and object. |

Maths |
In your blue books, complete the Maths questions. Choose to start on either Base Camp or Climbing. |

Talk |
Habit 4 is Think Win Win. When working in a team, how can you make sure everyone wins? |

Times Tables |
Practise your times tables. Your teacher will set you the appropriate timestables on Timestable Rockstars. See if you can beat any of your previous scores and make it on to the Year 4 leader board! |

Spellings |
We are recapping the Year 3 spellings list this term. These are the spellings to learn for this week: strange various reign possible difficult grammar |

## Year 5

Reading |
You should be reading everyday – do not worry about recording the pages that you have read… enjoy the book instead! Complete the sheet. A relative clause is a part of a sentence that gives additional information about a noun. It is introduced by a relative pronoun like 'that', 'which', 'who', 'whose', 'where' and 'when'. |

Maths |
In your blue books, complete the arithmetic questions. Remember: Present your homework book in the same way that you set out your class Maths book (only one digit per box)! Did you complete every question? |

Talk |
Habit 4 is Think Win Win. When working in a team, how can you make sure everyone wins? |

Times Tables |
Practise your times tables on Times Table Rocks Stars. Aim for at least 30 minutes per week. |

Notes |
The word of the week for this week is compromise! No Forest School for anybody tomorrow – all of Year 5 have attended this term! |

## Year 6

Reading |
Read at least 5 times before next Monday.
Every day, write an example of a word using an apostrophe with a contraction. Write an example in your diary. |

Maths |
In your blue books, complete the Maths questions. Choose to start on either Base Camp or Climbing. |

Talk |
Habit 4 is Think Win Win. When working in a team, how can you make sure everyone wins? |

Times Tables |
Practise your times tables on Times Table Rocks Stars. |

Spellings |
identity immediate individual interfere interrupt |