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Homework details for week commencing 19th October 2020

Year 3

Reading

Read at least 5 times before next Monday.  Each time, find an example of where a place is being described.

Maths In your blue books, complete your arithmetic questions. Start on base camp or climbing.
Talk

Looking after yourself- What ways can you look after yourself, both body and mind?

Spellings

Learn your spellings for the following week. You will be tested on Monday. 

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

Maths Homework

Year 4

Reading

Read at least 11 times before the Tuesday after half term.

Maths

Counting in 25’s and Negative Numbers.

Talk

We must never be too busy to look after ourselves. What ways can you look after yourselves, body and mind?

Word of the week – defy – resist or disobey; challenge or dare

Spellings

Learn your new spellings for the following week. These will be set at the end of the week.

Times-Tables

Continue to 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!

Class Talk

You have the next 3 weeks to prepare for your class talk. You will be giving your talk during the week of 9/11/2020.

The Talk will be on our next topic which is Geography. Please research either a European Country other than the UK or a North or South American country. You will need to find out about Human and Physical Geography, (Human) about Languages, Traditions, Foods, Currency, Famous Buildings, population etc and (Physical) Weather, Climate, Mountains, Rivers etc.

The talk has to last more than 2 minutes but no longer than 5 minutes.

Maths Homework

 

Year 5

Reading

Read at least 5 times before next Monday.  Each time you read find an example of a fronted adverbial (e.g. Later, In Ancient Greece, Cautiously). Write the fronted adverbial in your diary and identify what type it is: time, place, and manner.

Maths

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

Talk

We must never be too busy to look after ourselves.  What ways can you look after yourself both body and mind?

Spellings Learn your new spellings for the following week. These will be set at the end of the week.
Times-Tables Practise your times tables on Times Table Rocks Stars.

Maths homework

Year 6

Reading Write a comment about what you have read e.g. ‘I was surprised when Harry was angry at Hadgrig as they are usually good friends,’ and make sure your diary is signed by an adult.
Maths  
Talk We must never be too busy to look after ourselves.  What ways can you look after yourself both body and mind?
Spellings

Practice your spellings in preparation for the Thursday test. Make sure your diary is signed by an adult.

Times-Tables Practice your timestables using Timestables Rockstars. Make sure your diary is signed by an adult.
   
Reminders PE lessons are Tuesdays and Fridays. You may come to school in your PE kit on Tuesday and Friday.

Maths homework