Home Learning – Year 1

 

Home Learning Year 1 to be completed by Monday 25th March.

Practice reading these words:

our                    were

people                  when

the                     what

 

Can you find any of these words in your reading book?

CHALLENGE:

Can you practice writing these words?

Can you write them in a sentence?

 

Home Learning Tasks:

  • Plan an under the sea adventure using a story mountain. Challenge: Can you write your story?
  • Can you solve the Maths Challenges opposite?
  • Can you tell me about your weekend?
  • Try to read all of your books on Bug Club. The computers and iPads will be available to do this in class during T2T.

 

 

 

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  • Can you solve these number sentences? Prove that they are right using pictures and the Bar Model. Remember the whole is what you are taking away from.

 

5 – 3 =            o o o o o

 

5
3 2

 

 

 

8 – 4 =

 

 
   

 

 

10 – 6 =

 

 
   

Home Learning due 18.03.19

Home Learning Year 1 to be completed by Monday 18th March.

Practice reading these words:

little                     fry

where                   pyramid

were                    carry

 

Can you find any of these words in your reading book?

CHALLENGE:

Can you practice writing these words?

Can you write them in a sentence?

 

Home Learning Tasks:

  • Take 2 of the y flash card sheets. Cut them out and have a go at playing matching pairs and snap. Make sure you are sounding out the words!
  • Complete the maths challenge opposite.
  • Can you tell me about your weekend?
  • Try to read all of your books on Bug Club. The computers and iPads will be available to do this in class during T2T.

 

  • Use the greater than/less than symbol to show which number is the biggest and which is the smallest. Remember the crocodile eats the bigger number!

e.g.    55 > 28

50 + 5      >   20 + 8

 

28 and 49

<

 

 

11 and 6

>

 

 

90 and 72

>

 

 

27 and 17

<

 

 

66 and 31

<

Home Learning – Year 2

T2T and HL activities : Monday, 18 March 2019

Write a My News piece about your weekend. Use the example in your book to help make it really interesting and informative!

On your book choosing day, choose a book together from our book crates and start to fill in your reading record for the week.

In Time to Think, Plan which Home Learning challenge you would like to do together this week.

Use the Ipads or computers to go on Bugclub or read the newspaper together.

Spend some time together talking about learning you are proud of. Get your adults to write some nice comments in your books with the pink pens.

And, just for this week:

  • Can you use these HOMOPHONES correctly in a sentence? If you write it down, make sure you spell them correctly.

there – their     to – two – too     here – hear

  • Have a go at the Egg problem. It does not matter if you find an answer or not. What is interesting is what you try to do to solve it?

There are three baskets, a brown one, a red one and a pink one, holding a total of ten eggs. The Brown basket has one more egg in it than the Red basket. The Red basket has three fewer eggs than the Pink basket.

How many eggs are in each basket?

T2T and HL activities : Monday, 04 March 2019

Write a My News piece about your weekend. Use the example in your book to help make it really interesting and informative!

On your book choosing day, choose a book together from our book crates and start to fill in your reading record for the week.

In Time to Think, Plan which Home Learning challenge you would like to do together this week.

Use the Ipads or computers to go on Bugclub or read the newspaper together.

Spend some time together talking about learning you are proud of. Get your adults to write some nice comments in your books with the pink pens.

And, just for this week:

  • Which group of animals might this creature belong to?

Duckbilled Platypus 

  • Can you remember all of you multiplication facts?

Home Learning – Year 3/4 Base 1

Easter Home Learning Year 3 and 4 Base 1

Please find below the Easter home learning. It is due in on Tuesday 23rd April 2019. Reading is a priority over the Easter period as the Easter holidays present a great opportunity to pick up a new book. Please remember to record reading in the Reading and Contact books. I look forward to reading your comments when we return. 

Have a happy and safe Easter everyone. 

Jack Whitty

3 TT

6 TT

7 TT

8 TT

Maths HL Four Digit Place Value wc01.04.19

Spelling Grid HL (Fiction)

Spelling practise wc01.04.19

Home Learning – Year 3/4 Base 2

Home Learning – Year 5

Year 5 Home Learning – Mostly due 22nd November 2018

Hello!

This weeks home-learning is detailed below:

Literacy (due Monday 18th November) – Continue to conduct research to help you create your own ‘I am [insert thing here]’ poem – it would be helpful to come up with some similes too.

Maths – Complete the multiplying by 10, 100 and 1,000; dividing by 10, 100 and 1,000; and converting measures of length activities.

Spellings 1 – Complete your ‘Look, Cover, Write, Check’ activity for your group – if you can’t remember your group, let me know ASAP!

Spellings 2 – Complete the word investigation – your word can be found at the bottom of your ‘Look, Cover, Write, Check’ sheet.

If you misplace your home-learning sheets, please visit our ‘home-learning out’ trays in our classroom – they’re just below the water bottles.

Home Learning – Due 19th July 2018

Hello!

This week’s home-learning can be found below.

If you have any questions, please come and ask me.

Literacy

Complete both the Homophones and Silent Letters activities on Bug Club.

If you know that your score is not as good as it could be at the end, have another go.

As always, if you do not have computer access at home, you can use the computers in school.

Maths

Practice those times tables. Easy!

Visit the link below:

Mr Worth’s Times Table Challenge

Home Learning – Year 6

Home learning due in 19/11/18

Hi all!
If you don’t have any of the home learning activity sheets, please visit our ‘home learning copies’ tray near the door to our classroom. Home learning this week consists of:
*Maths – adding measures then some column subtraction practice
*spellings to learn
*spelling investigation – double doubles! How many can you find? eg possession
*sentences – conjunction practice – and, but, so, because, Although.
Good luck!

Y6 home learning 13/03/17

maths coordinate questions (20 minutes)
reading paper (1 hour maximum!)
spellings to learn from list (time given in school – 10 minute reminder at home please)
Grammar & Punctuation paper (50 minutes maximum!)
word web -ject- (object, dejected etc) (10 minutes)