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Homework 14.3.19

Due in on Tuesday 19th March

 

Year 3

Maths

Title: Can I revise multiplication and division?

Please complete the questions you have been given in your homework books.

We will be looking for beautiful presentation!

 

Times Tables and Reading

Make sure you are also learning your times tables every day. We do Cracking Times Tables every Monday.

 

Remember we expect you to record at least 4 pieces of reading in your Home School Book. We will collect home school books in every Monday. Please make sure you get an adult to sign your book.

 

Mrs Jones and Ms Roome


 

Year 4

Insect Research Homework

This week we are doing another English homework as this leads into our work on Non chronological report writing, starting on Tuesday so it is very important that that homework is in school by Tuesday.

 

Title – Can I research information about insects?

We will be focusing our reports on insects from James and the Giant Peach. This type of report can be found in a non-fiction information text.

 

Your homework is to research one of the following: grasshoppers, ladybirds, spiders, earthworms or centipedes.

You will need to know about:

  • the animals habitat (where it likes to live),
  • diet (what it eats)
  • Its appearance (what it looks like).

 

Any extra information; for example, its life span or behaviour would also be useful.

Feel free to bring in or draw any pictures you think may enhance your work.

 

Remember do NOT copy information straight from the Internet – you must put your research into your OWN words.

 

Remember you are collecting notes, not producing the final version. Your information should NOT be in full sentences. You need to identify key information and record it so that you can re-use the information in school.  

Note making tips

Use headings, labelled diagrams, sub headings, bullet points or  collect words and their meanings to put into a glossary.

 

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.

Spellings

There will not be any spellings to learn this week.

 

Have a lovely weekend

Year 4 Team


 

Year 5

English

We are setting you a challenge for homework over the next two weeks. We have been studying stories from other cultures in our English lessons and we would like you to try reading a story from this genre in your personal reading. This will really help you widen the range and styles of books you read.

 

Suggestions For Stories From Another Culture

The Hunter by Paul Geraghty

Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughter

Gregory Cool by Caroline Binch

The Butterfly Lion Michael Morpurgo

Grandpa Chatterji By Jamila Gavin

Journey to Jo’burg By Beverley Naido

Baboushka

Ananasi

The Firework Maker’s Daughter by Philip Pullman

Some other Aboriginal Dream Time stories

Lauren St John White Giraffe series

This website gives some good suggestions: http://kidworldcitizen.org/2012/09/24/10-wonderful-stories-set-in-countries-around-the-world/

We want to see you have tried a story set in another place or culture recorded in your Home school Book – it doesn’t have to be one of the stories listed above. We would also like you to complete a book review for the story that you read and stick this in your English homework book.  You can either use the template we have provided or create your own book review template on paper or on the computer.  


 

Year 6

English

Who Said What? Sheet – Please complete on the sheet. Remember this is a good opportunity to keep up with your joined handwriting. Keep it neat and write in pen. Remember to stick it in your book so that we can still read the back!

Spellings to be tested

Please ensure you have learnt your next statutory word list.  These will be handed out on Friday and tested next week.

Times Tables – Continue to practise your timetables ready for Cracking Times Tables

Reading – Remember to read at least 4 times a week and make a comment on your books.

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