Here are this week’s spellings.
This week we are looking at word families.
Here are this week’s spellings, we are looking at the ending -able.
This week we are continuing to look at hyphens
This week we are looking at hyphens:
Homework this half-term will follow the same pattern as last term. The children will have a piece related to maths and a piece related to English. It will be given on a Friday and needs to be returned by the following Thursday.
The children have written 4 fractions in their books (1/4, 3/4, 2/5, 7/8) they then need to think of a number to find that fraction of. The children are choosing their own numbers based on how confident they feel.
e.g. Easier one: 1/4 of 8, or a harder one 1/4 of 92
The children have to write a story about a turtle. They need to use at least 8 modal verbs (which need to be underlined/highlighted). I expect the quality of the story to reflect what they would produce in class.
If there are any questions please email me,
You need to get a piece of paper (any size) and fold it in half as many times as possible, whilst recording in your book the new fraction you get it each time. When you can’t fold it anymore, unfold it all and colour in one of the sections. Then pop into your homework book so we can discuss it next week.
Create your own character. Draw them in your book and label their features using your descriptive vocabulary (extended noun phrase, figurative language, senses).
I look forward to seeing how you get on,
Another week of some very impressive homework, please keep it up! This week:
Find 4 equivalent fractions for:
Continuing with the descriptive theme, this week the children need to think of a character that they have read in a book and write a description of them – making sure it as good as what they produced in class this week. They can also draw a picture of the character if they wish.
I look forward to reading about the range of interesting character descriptions,
I was very impressed by some of the quality of homework last week, I hope it continues. This week:
Using BIDMAS, find as many answers as possible using 5, 5, 5. For example:
5 + 5 + 5 = 15
5 – 5 + 5 = 5
5 x 5 + 5 = 30
This week it is split in to two:
- Draw a food item.
- Write a detailed description of that food item.
I am looking forward to reading how wonderful the food is,