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Homework - Due in Thursday 18th October.

 

Hello,

 

This week, the children's Maths homework is all about missing numbers. The worksheet that i have attached below are SATS style questions, in which the children have to workout the missing numbers to the question. Some of the children received their maths homework back from last week. I would like them to review and improve the ones that they got incorrect, as multiplying numbers plays a big part to this year.

 

The reading tests this weekend are quick sixty second tests. The children have sixty seconds to read and understand the text before answering the questions as best as they can. Spellings have been attached below for the children to practice and hopefully they can remember which times table they need to practice!

 

Whilst we understand that parents will often want to help their children with homework, at this stage it is helpful to begin to allow them to develop further independence to enable a better indication of how well they understand these topics. 

 

Enjoy the weekend

 

Mr Guest

 

Homework - Due in Thursday 18th October

Homework - Due in Thursday 13th October 2018.

 

Hello,

 

This week's homework is reflected upon what we have been learning about in class Five this week. In Maths, the children have been recalling how to multiply a two, three or four digit number by a two digit number using the long multiplication method. The worksheet, which has been sent home is specific for your child's needs and ability for this topic.

 

In our SPAG lessons, the children have been working on their knowledge of how to extend and add information into their sentences to create relative clauses by using relative pronouns. The children have worked hard on identifying which relative pronoun would be used to replace a certain word in a sentence. Their task this week is to remove the relative pronoun and replace it with a noun/pronoun it originally replaced.

 

Spellings have been stuck in the children's homework diaries. The number circled on the spelling list indicates the times table they need to practice.

 

The children have also started Black History Month this week and have been researching in groups about a certain individual. If your child would like to find some additional information regarding this person, they are more than welcome to as it will benefit them for our upcoming lessons, which will include a formal debate towards the end of half term.

 

Whilst we understand that parents will often want to help their children with homework, at this stage it is helpful to begin to allow them to develop further independence to enable a better indication of how well they understand these topics.

 

 

 

Enjoy the Weekend.

 

Mr Guest and Mrs Biddle

Hello,

 

This week, the children have been working on rounding numbers up to 10,000,000 to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand, hundred thousand and million. For their Math's homework, they have a selection of questions which tests their knowledge and understanding of rounding in which they have to explain some of their answers.

 

The reading text is about Black History Month. It is very important for the children not only to read and answer the questions but actually what the text is saying and understanding the historical importance of this month. We will be carrying this theme on in our History lessons throughout the next term.

 

Spellings and times tables have once again been given to the children and stuck in their homework diaries.

 

Whilst we understand that parents will often want to help their children with homework, at this stage it is helpful to begin to allow them to develop further independence to enable a better indication of how well they understand these topics.

 

The Maths document has been attached below. If you would like another copy of the reading one please ask for one in the homework diary and I will send it home.

Maths Homework (Due Thursday 27th September)

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