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Homework details for week commencing 14th December 2020

Year 3

Reading

Read at least 5 times before next Monday.  Each time you read find an example of an expanded noun phrase e.g. the beautiful lake- the (article) beautiful (adjective) lake (noun)

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

‘You can’t pour from an empty cup. Take care of yourself first’. How is this different from putting others first? Do the two contradict each other?

Spellings

Continue to learn any spellings you have written in your spelling grid.

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

Over the Christmas break, please continue to learn any spellings recorded on the grid in your homework diary. Please also keep learning, Year 3 Autumn 1 and 2 spellings. These are found in the front of your homework diary.

Maths Homework

Year 4

Reading

Read as much as you can before next term. SPAG focus can you find in your reading examples of any similes or metaphors. (How many books (fiction or non-fiction) / poems / newspaper articles / Newsround web pages / comics can you read during the holidays?) Keep a log in your diary.

Maths

Addition and Subtraction Pyramids (Revision) Basecamp, Climbing and (Peak / Summit)

Talk

‘You can’t pour from an empty cup. Take care of yourself first’. How is this different from putting others first? Do the two contradict each other?

Spellings

Learn your new spellings for the beginning of next term. These will be set at the end of the week.

Times-Tables

Continue to practise your times tables. Times Table Rockstars, have you managed to improve your speed and number of questions that you have got correct?

 

Optional Homework- Reading Comprehensions – ‘The Little Match Girl’ and ‘Christmas Trees’

ASK YOUR TEACHER IF YOU WOULD LIKE THESE ACTIVITIES TO COMPLETE

Maths Homework

 

Year 5

Reading

Read at least 5 times before next Monday. Each time you read find an example of a main clause and a subordinating clause. Write the clauses in your diary. Try to keep reading over the holidays!

Maths

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

Complete as many challenges as you can over Christmas.

Talk

‘You can’t pour from an empty cup. Take care of yourself first’. How is this different from putting others first? Do the two contradict each other?

Spellings Learn your new spellings for the New Year. These will be set on Thursday.
Times-Tables Practise your times tables on Times Table Rocks Stars over the Christmas holidays.

Maths homework

Year 6

Reading Find a sentence where a subordinate clause has been used at the start of a sentence.
Maths No maths
Talk Looking after ourselves-What strategies can we put in place to look after ourselves physically and mentally.
Spellings

Practice your spellings daily.

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.