Week 5 Homework

Hello Poplar and Pine!

Have a go at the following activities and then submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that has been stuck into your Reading Records. You can complete it either on a piece of paper or by printing the sheets:

Spelling:


English:


Maths:

Challenge (your child has been told if they are to complete the challenge sheets instead of the core sheets in maths):

Maths:


The answers are attached at the bottom of the sheets or as an additional document – no peeking!!

Don’t forget to use Spelling Shed and write in your Reading Record when you read at home, then put it on SeeSaw.

Miss Mullinger and Miss Busby

Week 4 Homework

Hello Poplar and Pine!

Have a go at the following activities and then submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that has been stuck into your Reading Records. You can complete it either on a piece of paper or by printing the sheets:

Spelling:


English:

Correct these messages between Lucy and Edmund by rewriting each sentence. Remember to look at punctuation, spelling and grammar.


Maths:

Challenge (your child has been told if they are to complete the challenge sheets instead of the core sheets in maths):

Maths:


The answers are attached at the bottom of the sheets or as an additional document – no peeking!!

Don’t forget to use Spelling Shed and write in your Reading Record when you read at home, then put it on SeeSaw.

Miss Mullinger and Miss Busby

Today’s learning 20/11/20

In English we continued to write our narratives using the SPAG skills that we have learnt so far. Have a go at these activities to remind yourself of those skills:

In maths we used our knowledge of prime numbers, composite numbers, factors. square and cubed numbers to complete some activities.

Watch this video:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02mnzvr

Don’t forget you can use factors bugs to help you! Have a go at prime numbers and factors.

Today’s learning 16/11/20

In maths today, we learned about prime numbers. Prime numbers are those that can only be divided by itself and 1. We applied our learning by working through the activity sheet below.

In English, we found out about using dashes for parenthesis and use the activity sheet below.

In reading, we continued our class read. So log onto Epic and spend half an hour reading a book of your choice.

Week 3 Homework

Hello Poplar and Pine!

Have a go at the following activities and then submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that has been stuck into your Reading Records. You can complete it either on a piece of paper or by printing the sheets:

Spellings:


English:


Maths:

Challenge (your child has been told if they are to complete the challenge sheets instead of the core sheets in maths):

Maths:

The same activity as above, but this time use a 1-100 square.


The answers are attached at the bottom of the sheets or as an additional document – no peeking!!

Don’t forget to use Spelling Shed and write in your Reading Record when you read at home, then put all of your work on SeeSaw.

Miss Mullinger and Miss Busby