6. Homework due in Monday 17th December
This week we have decided that seen as the children have been rehearsing hard for the nativity, we would like it if this weekend you will share a book together or take in some fresh air in the great outdoors. We look forward to hearing about your weekend on Monday.
5. Maths missing numbers homework due in Monday 10th December
As most of the children have said how much they have enjoyed their Maths homework, we have given them some more this week. We are asking if children can write the missing numbers on the Christmas trial. If you can support your child to write the numbers with the correct formation that would be super. We have also said that they may like to write the numbers to 20 out in word format.
4. Maths homework due in Monday 3rd December
As we have been learning about addition and showing our number sentences in different ways, we have given the children some addition facts to solve. The homework is differentiated 3 ways, so your child may have 1-10, 1-20 or 1-40. The number track is there to support children. They can use it as a number line as well. They know when we add numbers that the numbers are getting bigger.
Also for your information they may wish to draw a part whole model.
The children have been learning: part + part = whole.
They have also used the stem sentence - one part is ______ and the other part is______ and the whole is ______.
Children have made fabulous progress with addition, so any support you offer at home will be beneficial.
3. Writing a letter homework due in Monday 26th November
After a fabulous and entertaining visit to Skipton Castle, we thought it would be nice to continue our writing skills at home by the children writing a thank you letter to their guide. The tour guides we had were called: Peter, Tim and Barry. They were phenomenal and so knowledgeable! We know some children might find some of the words tricky, so please feel free to support their learning. One of the main aspects is that they can talk to you about why we would like to thank them for the trip around the castle and possibly add in their favourite part of the visit. From the feedback from children some of their favourite parts were: looking down the long drop, lunch, firing an arrow through the arrow slit windows and the spiral staircase...oh and not forgetting the trip to the dungeons. When the tour guides turned out the lights, we all held hands. Thankfully we were not kept down their like the prisoners who stayed down for up to 13 weeks. Phew!!
2. Art and design homework due in Monday 19th November
The children are really enjoying learning about the new fairy tale Princess and the Pea. We are about to move to retelling the story. As part of our discovery we have been asking children to think about their favourite characters. We know that the children have been enjoying all aspects of the curriculum and so we thought this week they would enjoy the freedom of being able to present their homework as they wish. They can draw, paint or make a model of their favourite character. It has been so lovely to see the children so enthusiastic about their homework so thank you for your continued support.
1. Favourite part of the story homework due in Monday 12th November
Welcome to our traditional tales topic - to begin the homework this half term we are asking children to talk to you about their favourite traditional tales story. It would be lovely if you have time to share your favourite stories. With this in mind, we have asked if the children can draw a picture of their favourite part of the story and then if they wish to challenge themselves then they can add labels or an explanation to tell us why it is their favourite. We hope you find this topic enjoyable as we are already looking forward to sharing traditional tales together at school.
The children have worked so well this half term, we thought this would be fun for them to recharge their batteries and also enjoy the holidays. Of course it would be lovely for them to keep up with their reading and feel free to enjoy books at home. If you do, add them into their reading logs so we can see what they have been reading. Enjoy the half term and we will welcome you back on Monday 5th November.
6. Making inferences and thinking outside the box homework due in Monday 22nd October
In guided reading sessions (that the children do each day) we have been talking and looking at making inferences and looking at recall questioning. We give the children a picture as a stimulus and ask them to write about what they can see, what they think they might hear and what if they were in the picture could they see. All children are used to this as part of the guided sessions so they should be familiar with the format. We hope that the autumn scene will promote lots of discussion at home.
5. Maths - More than, Less than and Equal to homework due in Monday 15th October
Lately we have been learning about how to show a number is more than, less than or equal to another number, or group of objects. The children know that words can be used to show this and they also know now that we can use the symbols < (less than) > (more than) and = (equal to). The homework this week will help to consolidate some of the lessons we have been working on. There are two differentiated sheets so children will get a choice to support their learning.
4. Book review homework due in Monday 8th October
Throughout guided reading sessions we have been reading different books and we thought this week we would bring the love of books at home into school. The children are now doing so well with these sessions that we would like them to complete a book review for a book of their choice. It can be any book at all and one that they can give a rating out of 5 stars. This combines trying to use our best handwriting to write sentences, use the skills we have been learning in art to draw a picture of the front cover and also then to read it back so we can read our own work.
3. Creative art homework due in Monday 1st October
In art we have been studying an artist named Frida Kahlo; recently we have been learning how to draw different lines, then how to use them in a self portrait. We have used straight lines, curved lines, thin lines, think lines, circular lines, swirls and zig-zags. All of these techniques we have been building on to create some fabulous self portraits. We would like children to continue to use these in their homework this week and thought it would be nice to bring in the current autumnal scenes.
2. Identifying an animal and what the animal eats due in Monday 24th September
This homework links to our current topic where we have been discussing classifying animals depending on whether they are a herbivore, carnivore or an omnivore.
1. Counting to 10 and adding on 1 more and 1 less than the answer due in 17th September 2018
This homework is designed for children to practice their counting skills and to add on what one more than the answer is and what one less is.
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