Week 4 Homework

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:

This week we will be revising Modal Verbs. Watch the video below to remind yourself, then complete the work.


Maths:

For maths homework, apply your understanding from the week to solve addition and subtraction of decimals. Don’t forget to line up your numbers carefully before doing the calculation and checking that you carry out the correct operation. For those that would like to challenge yourself even further there is a GD sheet that involves identifying missing digits within decimal calculations.


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

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

Miss Mullinger and Miss Busby

Week 3 Homework

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:

This week we will be revising using commas to clarify what we mean when we are writing. Watch the video below:

Now rewrite these sentences using commas to change what they mean (not every two sentences need commas on both of them), the final picture is from a real magazine and shows how important commas for clarification is!


Maths:

The maths homework this week is consolidating your understanding of rounding decimals.  You can always take another look at the rounding rap song to remind you which digits to circle and consider for either rounding up or down.

Choose the appropriate challenge level for you from the activity below. (Tricky has 1d.p.   Trickier involves 2 d.p.   and Trickiest uses 3 d.p.)

As an extension consider the athlete score cards below and use them to answer the challenge question sheet. 


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

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

Miss Mullinger and Miss Busby

Week 2 Homework

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:

This week we will be looking at using brackets, dashes and commas to show parenthesis. Watch the video to remind yourself, then have a go at the activity below.


Maths:

This week for maths you are going to be consolidating your understanding of decimals with 2 decimal places and recording their value. Have a go and choose the appropriate challenge for you.

For an extension there is a crossword that looks at decimals to 3 decimal places and asks you to convert them into fractions and then put them into their lowest form.


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

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

Miss Mullinger and Miss Busby

Week 1 Homework

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:

This week we will be looking at using apostrophes. They can be used in lots of different ways including contraction (can’t) and singular and plural possession. Watch the video below, then have a go at the activity.


Maths:

For maths, we would like you to try to apply your multiplication and division skills to mentally tackle the code breakers below. They are both spring themed. Make sure to choose the appropriate challenge level for you.


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

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

Miss Mullinger and Miss Busby