Maths-page 7 (Negative numbers: Counting backwards through zero)

Maths Study Guide on Negative Numbers: Page 3

English-pages 90 & 91 (The Hard and Soft ‘c’)

Times Tables: 5x and 6x (Test Next Friday)

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Maths-Pages 42 & 43 (Units of Measurement)

The Study Guide page for the maths homework is page 36-I would highly recommend using this guide if you struggle to remember how to convert units of measurement!

English-Pages 82 & 83 (-sure and -ture)

Spellings 03.05.19

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English-pages 42 & 43 (Commas in lists)

Maths-no book homework this week.

Times tables: 9x AND 11x. As I have not set book homework, I have given two sets of times tables to practise for next week’s test (Friday).

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Although I have not set any book homework, can I please ask that you keep up with your reading over the next week.

Times tables-please focus on any times tables that you feel you need to practise. You may choose to just focus on one set or maybe even a couple, but MAKE IT FUN! Play times tables game, get hit the button on your devices, make up songs or rhymes!!

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Maths-Pages 44 & 45 (Perimeter)

English-Pages 64 & 65 (Paragraphs)

12x Tables -test next Friday

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Maths-pages 36 & 37 ( multiplying and dividing by 100)

English-pages 14 & 15 (Clauses)

Times tables- 4x and 8x (if you know your 4’s, you know your 8’s-they’re just double your 4’s!)

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Maths-Pages 38 & 39 (Comparing and Rounding Decimals)

Maths Study Guide pages: 30 & 31

English-Pages 40 & 41 (Sentence Practice)

Spellings 15.03.19

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Maths-Page 57 (symmetry) T

The Study Book page for symmetry is 48.

English-Pages 44 & 45 (Using commas in multi-clause sentences)

Times tables- 3x AND 6x—> there is a connection between the two that will help you!

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Maths-Page 24, Factor Pairs

English-Pages 70 & 71, Suffixes

Spellings 01.03.19

Please keep up with your home reading as well, and don’t forget to get it signed!

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I have not set any book homework for over half term.

I do, however, ask that the class keep up with their home reading and times tables, whilst they have a week off. I’d like to see the whole class ready to take a quiz on their book, on the first day back!

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Maths-Pages 54 & 55 (Angles)

Page 46 in the maths study guide will help with the work on angles!

English- Pages 22 & 23 (Conjunctions)

Times tables - 11x

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Maths-Page 64 (Interpreting bar charts)

English-pages 38 & 39 (Question and exclamation marks)

Spellings 01.02.19

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Maths- subtraction work on sheet

English-Pages 96 & 97 (Homophones)

4 x tables

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Maths- Written Division (on sheet, not book)

English-Pages 62 & 63 (Punctuating Speech with ? and !)

Times Tables- 6x

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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!

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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!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

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Maths: multiplying and dividing by 10 (On sheet, no book homework)

English: Using the possessive apostrophe (will confirm page numbers on Monday)

Spellings 30.11.18

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