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Homework. 21.11.2019

Year 3

 

Maths

Title: Can I subtract?

For your maths homework this week, we would like you to attempt some subtraction calculations using the column method. Try your best to complete as many questions as you can within 30 minutes. Check your sheet carefully to see which questions we would like you to attempt. 

Please remember to write a beautifully neat date and title in your maths homework book and underline them with a ruler. 

You should complete your homework in your book, and please use a pencil.

 

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

English:  

Can you write a list poem about a snowy day in the wilderness where the Wild Girl lives?

Make sure your poem is a vertical list of nouns described by one or two adjectives:

E.g.

School:

Learned people

Hard Workers

Silent writers

Curious readers

Fast runners

Music makers

Your poem has to be a minimum of eight lines long.

Mrs Pilgrim/Mrs Ketley’s group

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 27th November

Spelling  ssion suffix

profess/ profession

express/ expression

discuss/ discussion

possess/ possession

admit/ admission

obsess/ obsession

confess/ confession

impress/ impression

permit/permission

emit/ emission

 

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4:

(or a house-point each word)

Centre

century

 

Mrs Wendes’ group

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 27th November

Spelling

learn

length

library

material

medicine

mention

minute

natural

naughty

notice

 

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4:

(for a house-point each word)

certain

circle

 

Mrs Pryce’s group

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 27th November

camel

travel

prickle

tickle

snuggle

beetle

pencil

pupil

metal 

animal

 

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4: 

(for a house point each word)

 

certain

circle

 

Mrs White’s group

To be learnt for a test next Wednesday 27th November

 

tree 

who 

were 

may 

must 

night 

once 

over 

should 

some

 

Statutory Spellings for Y3/4:

(for a house-point each word)

circle

certain

 

Times Tables

Make sure you are also learning your times tables every day. We will be doing Cracking Times Tables on Monday! 

 

Reading

Reading regularly is essential to help improve all aspects of your learning as well as being an excellent way to relax! You are expected to read at least 4 times/week but aim to read everyday if possible! House points are awarded for reading and recording what you have read. 

We will be collecting Home School Books in on Monday. Please make sure you get an adult to sign your book.

Have a lovely weekend

Mrs Wendes, Mrs Pilgrim, and Mrs Ketley

 


 

Year 5

Miss Wolfe/ Mrs Baker’s Maths group Maths Homework. 

Friday 22nd November – due on Tuesday 26th November

Can I multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000, including decimals?

Over the past week we have been looking at multiplication. We have looked at multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. For homework you have an activity which practises these skills. It does involved some decimals. If you need to draw a place value grid to help you move the digits in the correct direction that is fine. You all did this brilliantly in class so now read the instructions carefully and practise at home. You will need a dice. Record your answers on the sheet and stick this into your red book.

Mrs Sheldon’s Maths group Maths Homework. 

Friday 22nd November – due on Tuesday 26th November

Can I multiply and divide by 10, 100, 1000?

Over the past week we have been looking at multiplication. We have looked at multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. For homework, you have been given some questions on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.  You may want to draw a place value grid (like the one below) to help you move the digits, especially if you have a decimal. Please remember your title and date, and to keep your work as neat as you can.

 

 

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