Home Learning – Year 1

Home learning 30.04.18

Home learning spellings (quiz on 06.05.18) focusing on the ie digraph:

tried
lie
fried
spied
quiet

Tricky words:

when
what
full
of
our

Home Learning:

What is your favourite dinosaur? Why? What is special about it? Where did it used to live? What does it eat? Can you draw it?

Can you add:

The number of days in a week + the number of months in a year =

The number of days in the week + the number of weeks in a year =

Challenge:

The number of days in the week + the number of weeks in a year – the number of months in the year =

The number of minutes in an hour – the number of hours in a day =

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Please can you hand in any outstanding Home Learning!

Home learning 12.03.18

This week’s spellings (to be quizzed on the 19.03.18) focusing on the -air sound:

fairy

chair

stairs

impair

hair

Tricky words to learn:

were

the

one

come

little

Home Learning:

Can you find out anything about the history of Dartmoor?

Can you write an addition word problem to solve?

Can you solve my word problem? 17 children handed in their school trip letters in the morning. 9 children handed there’s in in the afternoon. how many children wanted to go on the trip?

Home Learning – Year 2

Monday, 23 April 2018 Time to Think / Home Learning activities

 

On your book changing day, choose your reading book to share together. Write a comment in the contact book about it.

On the other days, and at home you could

 

  • Write a My News about your weekend.
  • Use an Ipad to complete some bug club.
  • Choose a Home Learning challenge: In Time to Think, plan what you will need to do to be successful.
  • Choose a red number and a blue number. Can you add them together in your head?
  • Choose a yellow number and a green number to add together. Why are these harder? How could you find an answer?
  • Draw a picture of the Roald Dahl characters you created on Monday.

Thursday, 19 April 2018 Time to Think / Home Learning activities

Time to Think / Home Learning activities

Thursday, 19 April 2018 Time to Think / Home Learning activities

On your book changing day, choose your reading book to share together. Write a comment in the contact book about it.

On the other days, and at home you could

 

  • Write a My News about your weekend.
  • Use an Ipad to complete some bug club.
  • Choose a Home Learning challenge: In Time to Think, plan what you will need to do to be successful.
  • Choose any two digit numbers. Write them down and add them together. What model works best for you to use to do this? Number line or ten sticks?
  • Draw your favourite Roald Dahl character.

Home Learning – Year 3

Home Learning W/C 18th June

Maths Home Learning

This week’s maths is completing a chart to identify the properties of shapes. Right angles meet at 90 degrees and can be checked with the corner of your paper. Acute angles are smaller than a right angle. Obtuse angles are larger than a right angle. Maths Home Learning – properties of shapes

Literacy Home Learning

Please write a description of what you can see in the picture. This has been taken from our new text ‘The Paperbag Prince’. Your writing should include as much description as possible, please consider the vocabulary you are using e.g. enormous is much more interesting than big. Literacy Home Learning 19.6.18

Spelling Home Learning

I have not provided a word grid to complete this week. Please ensure you write a sentence for each word. Your sentence should make sense and have correct punctuation.  Spelling practice 19.6.18

Home Learning – Due in Monday 18th June

In Maths this week we have been looking at parallel and perpendicular lines as part of our shapes learning. Please tick the correct label and then draw the lines. You must use a ruler to draw all lines. Parallel and Perpendicular lines 12.6.18

Literacy Home Learning this week is based on your reading skills. Each child will have one activity to complete. Please ensure you are answering in full and keeping your handwriting neat.

Literacy – Lucy and Daisy 12.6.18

Literacy comprehension- Tom’s holiday 12.6.18

Spellings this week have linking route words. Please ensure. you also complete the word grid for one of your spellings.

Spelling practice 12.6.18

Word grid.

As always, please feel free to come and speak to me before Monday if you have any questions about the Home Learning.

Your child will receive these on Tuesday and have the opportunity to talk to me about the tasks at home learning club on Thursday.

Home Learning – Year 4

Home Learning Year 4

Below is your child’s home learning. This was given out on Tuesday 19th June and is due in on Tuesday 26th June , along with your child’s reading and contact book.

If you have any questions please feel free to come and see me,

Miss Payne

 

 

 

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Spellings

Home Learning – Year 5

Home Learning – Due 22nd June 2018

Hello!

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

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

Literacy

Complete the first three activities (see the picture below) on the ‘Commas for Clarity’ task on Bug Club.

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

If you would like some bonus points this week, have a go activities 4 and 5.

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

Maths

As promised, your maths home-learning will be given out on Monday and will be all about subtraction (and maybe some addition).

Spellings

For our test on Friday, I would like you to practice the following spellings:

TO BE UPLOADED

Home Learning – Due 7th June

Over half term, as well as your reading, please complete the planet research task.

Pick one planet from our Solar System to research and create a short non-chronological report about it.

Your research might include the following:

  • What materials is the planet made of?
  • What is the size of the planet? (Try to find your answer in kilometres)
  • How far away from the Sun is the planet?
  • How long does it take for the planet to orbit the Sun? (How long is a year on the planet?)
  • How long does it take for the planet to rotate once? (How long is a day on the planet?)
  • What is the temperature of the planet in °C? (Think about day and night temperatures)
  • Does the planet have any moons? (If so, do they have names?)
  • Who discovered the planet?

I’m sure you can come up with a lot more great ideas!

Make sure your report has a heading (it might just be the name of the planet), as well as a detailed drawing of the planet.

If you want, you can also create it digitally and then print it off at home.

Don’t forget to have a great half-term and don’t forget your swimming stuff when we get back!

P.S.

Home learning club children, I want you to research the last two questions about your planets. Bring in your findings and we can type them up in school.

Home Learning – Year 6

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)

Year 6 Home learning 06/03/18 due in 13/03/18

Lots of small bits this week guys!
1. Maths SAT paper (45 minutes)
2. Design reading questions about The Magician’s Nephew extract (30 minutes)
3. Word web investigation: -sense- (15 minutes)
4. Word class sheet – revise the meanings (10 minutes)
5. Words that can be categorised into different word classes (20 minutes)

All spare copies of activities are in our Home Learning copies tray at the back of our classroom – help yourself. If you can’t find what you’re looking for – ask!

If you need any help with the activities, again, just ask! I’m available to help any time before it’s due in… on Tuesday!

Mr Hankin