Maths- Written Division (on sheet, not book)
English-Pages 62 & 63 (Punctuating Speech with ? and !)
Times Tables- 6x
Maths- Rounding Numbers: page 12 (challenge yourself to page 13 as well, if you feel confident)
Page 7 in the Maths Study Guide is useful to revise HOW to round numbers,
English Capital Letters and Full Stops: pages 36 & 37
NO times tables or spellings set this week.
HOME READING: just a reminder that the children need to get their reading record signed by somebody at home, every time they read. Thank you!
Maths-Page 22 (times tables)
English-Pages 8 & 9 (Pronouns)
Times tables-12x tables (Test next Friday)
The link below is a good game to play to help practice your times tables. We use this in class!
This week, I have only set times tables homework.
The class will be tested on their 7x tables on Friday 30th November.
The 7x tables are trickier than other times tables, as there isn’t really any sort of pattern-so make sure you practice them lots at home and just learn them!
Maths-Page 29 (Equivalent Fractions)
English-Page 93 (‘ay’ sound)
Maths and English work due for Wednesday. However, keep spellings at home until Friday, rather than bringing them in with your other homework-more time to practice!
Spellings 16.11.18 (Test next Friday)
Maths: Doubling/Halving sheet (no work set from the maths homework books)
English: Pages 20 and 21 (Fronted adverbials)
Maths and English due for Wednesday
Times Tables- 8x tables (Test next Friday)
Maths-Fractions of Amounts. Sheet sent home to complete. (Due for Wednesday)
Spellings 02.11.18 Test next Friday, so keep hold of your spelling sheet until then!
No English and Maths book homework this week.
Maths-Page 19 ( Subtraction-children can have a go Q4 as a challenge, however, they are not required to answer it)
English-Pages 80 & 81 (Suffix -ly)
No spellings or times tables set this week.
Maths: Page 18 (written addition)
English: Pages 60 & 61 (Inverted commas)
English and Maths due for Wednesday
Times tables- 9x (Test next Friday)
Homework has an English and a Maths focus each week. Homework will be set on a Friday to be returned the following Wednesday. Each week the children will be given either one or two pages to complete from their homework book. These pages will be related to what we have been learning that week in class; so the children should be able to complete their work by themselves.
Each week, in will also send home either spellings or times tables to learn/practice. They will be tested on these the following Friday.
Homework is important to develop a sense of independence and organisation.