Home Learning
Homework details for week commencing 20th January 2020
Please note that your child is expected to complete all of the homework for their year group, and not choose from the lists below.
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Year 3 | |
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Reading |
Read at least 5 times before next Monday. Find an example of an object: the noun that is directed by the action. E.g. The girl kicked the ball. |
Talk Homework |
Why is it useful to do homework early in the week rather than leaving it to the last minute? |
Spellings |
Learn your spellings for the following week. |
Maths |
In your blue books, complete your multiplication questions. Start on base camp or climbing. |
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. Write down in your purple homework book which part of the book you have enjoyed most so far and why. |
Talk Homework |
Work first then play – how can you adopt this thought process? What will you change? |
Spellings |
Learn your new spellings for the following week. These will be set at the end of the week. |
Maths |
Starting from basecamp or climbing complete the maths challenges in your blue book. You should spend approximately 20 minutes on this. You should complete at least 1 challenge |
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! |
Year 5 | |
Reading | Read at least 5 times before next Monday. Each time you read find an example of a parenthesis and write it in your diary. Remember the word or phrase inside brackets, commas or dashes is called a parenthesis e.g. I looked up, squinting because of the sun, to see the birds in the sky. |
Talk Homework |
Work first then play – how can you adopt this thought process? What will you change? |
Spellings |
Learn your new spellings for the following week. These will be set at the end of the week. |
Maths |
In your blue books, complete the maths questions. Choose to start on either Base Camp or Climbing. Use the school website and MyMaths for revision materials. |
Times Tables |
Practise your times tables on Times Table Rocks Stars. You must do this at least five times. |
Year 6 | |
Reading |
Write a comment about what you have read e.g. ‘I was surprised when Harry was angry at Hagrid as they are usually good friends,’ and make sure your diary is signed by an adult. |
Talk Homework |
Put first things first – Work first then play -Work first then play – how can you adopt this thought process? What will you change? |
Spellings |
Practice your spellings in preparation for the Thursday test. Make sure your diary is signed by an adult. advice advise device devise licence license practice practise prophecy prophesy |
Maths |
In your blue books, complete questions. Use the school website and MyMaths for revision materials. |
Times Tables |
Practice your timestables using Timestables Rockstars. Make sure your diary is signed by an adult. |
Notes | PE lessons are Tuesdays and Fridays. You may come to school in your PE kit on a Friday. |
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