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Homework 28.6.18

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Homework due in on Tuesday 3rd July

 

Year 3

Maths

Miss Weston’s Maths Set

Title – Can I identify patterns in number sequences?

On Wednesday, we looked at number patterns within sequences. You must work out the rule and the pattern for each sequence and then write the next three numbers. You must copy each sequence into your book and write the next three neatly, writing the rule of each pattern next to your sequence, e.g. adding 3 and subtracting 1.

Remember to write a date and title neatly and underline it, sticking the sheet neatly in your book.

 

Mrs Jones’s Maths Set

Title – Can I identify patterns in number sequences?

This week we have been learning how to spot patterns within number sequences. I would like you to practise this further on the sheet that has been given to you. Remember that it is very important to add or subtract accurately.

Please stick the sheet into your book either at home or in school.

 

Times Tables

Make sure you are also learning your times tables every day. We will be doing Cracking Times Tables on Monday! It is important that you keep practising and improving on your scores.

 

English

Title – Can I use homophones correctly?

You have been given a sheet with an activity involving homophones. Please read the instructions carefully and answer the questions in your English Homework Book. Please include a neat and underlined date and title.

 

Reading

As usual, we expect you to record at least 4 pieces of reading in your Home School Book. We will be collecting Home School Books in on Monday! Please make sure you get an adult to sign your book. Remember you could be reader of the week!

 

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss Weston, Mrs Jones and Mrs Pilgrim


 

Year 4

Maths

Miss Bartropp’s Maths Set

Title: Can I calculate the area and perimeter of rectangles?

This week we have been learning how to calculate the area and perimeter of rectilinear shapes. We know that to calculate the perimeter, we must count the distance around the outside and for area we need to multiply the length by the width. This week your homework is to solve an investigation. You may all work on the sheet.

Stars and Hexagons – You must draw 5 different rectangles which have an area of 12cm2. You must then complete the table with your measurements and also calculate the perimeter. You must then write about what you notice about the area and perimeter.

Triangles, Squares, Pentagons and Diamonds – You must draw 5 different rectangles which have an area of 12cm2 and then 5 different rectangles which have a perimeter of 20cm. You must then complete the different tables with your measurements and write about what you notice about the area and perimeter.

All of you must make sure you have the short date and title in your homework book, underlined beautifully with a ruler.

 

Ms Pater’s Maths Set

Title – Can I calculate area and perimeter of shapes?

This week we have been learning how to calculate the area and perimeter of different shapes. We know that to calculate the perimeter, we must count the distance around the outside and for area we need to multiply the length by the width.

Spicy Challenge:  You will calculate area and perimeter of the shapes illustrated on your worksheet.

Super – Spicy Challenge: You will calculate area and perimeter of the shapes illustrated on your worksheet, including some complex shapes.

Extra – Spicy Challenge: You will calculate area and perimeter of the shapes illustrated on your worksheet, including compound shapes and an additional challenge.

 

All of you must make sure you have the short date and title in your homework book, underlined beautifully with a ruler.

 

English

Title – Can I spell words from the Year 3 and 4 statutory spelling lists?

This week, we would like you to practice statutory spellings which the government think that Year 3 and 4 children should know. You may all work on the sheet and glue it into your book.

  • In part 1, the spelling mistakes are circled. You must try and spell this word correctly. You may use a dictionary to help you.
  • In part 2, you must FIND the incorrect word and then spell it correctly in the box. You may use a dictionary to help you.

Cherries and Grapes – You have been given sheets 1 and 2.

Oranges and Pears – You have been given sheets 3 and 4.

Strawberries and Watermelons – You have been given sheets 5 and 6.

All of you must make sure you have the long date and title in your homework book, underlined beautifully with a ruler. You must use your BEST handwriting!

 

Reading

As usual, we expect you to record at least 4 pieces of reading in your Home School Book. We will be collecting Home School Books in on Monday.

Have a great weekend!

Miss Bartropp and Ms Pater


 

Year 5

Maths

This week we have been looking at shape. On Monday we had Maths Day and we created tessellating patterns, constructed the frames of 3D shapes and looked at volume of regular cuboids and irregular shapes. For homework we have given you a Tangram activity. Some of you have a tangram egg and some of you have a tangram square. The idea of a tangram is you use the pieces to create a picture. If you have the egg tangram, see if you can make the pictures given on the sheet. If you have the square tangram, you will need to use all or some of the pieces to create your own pictures.

To record what you have done you could draw the pictures you made by drawing round the pieces or you could take a photo of what you made and stick it into your book.

English

This week we have been writing diary entries.  We would like you to choose a day this week and write your own diary entry about what happened to you that day and how you were feeling. We would like you to reflect on how you felt about the things that happened to you – don’t just write a report or a recount of all the events – describe your reactions and feelings about them instead!

Remember to: write in the first person; in the past tense; in chronological order; use time connectives; show your feelings and emotions; secret thoughts; use informal/ chatty language and clear paragraphs.   Please also make sure you include a date for your diary entry.

Reading

Thank you for your excellent homework last week researching the author, Louis Sachar. We would love you to read another Louis Sachar book – not “There’s a Boy In The Girls’ Bathroom.” Louis has written many other great books for children. Can you give one a try between now and the end of term?

Wayside School series

Marvin Redpost series

Holes series

Other books:

Johnny’s in the Basement (1981)

Someday Angeline (1983)

Sixth Grade Secrets (1987) (known as Pig City in the UK9)

The Boy Who Lost His Face (1989)

Dogs Don’t Tell Jokes (1991)

The Cardturner (2010)

Fuzzy Mud (2015)


 

Year 6

Due to production, your homework this week is to make sure you all know you lines off by heart. Too many of you are still needing prompting which is causing problems – please make sure you know every single line by Monday. We also need help with props and costumes. We have spoken to you all this week about what is needed – please have a look at home and see if you anything which we can use as we only have two weeks to go!

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