Practise your spellings by writing them in a complex or compound sentence. Remember to add as many WOW words as possible to make them interesting.
When you read aloud remember to use as much expression as possible to make it interesting for your audience. Remember to use your Extras book to write about what you have read. For example you might write a detailed description of a favourite character or setting from your reading book. If you are reading a non-fiction book, how about researching the topic and adding some additional information in the same style.
Keep practising your times tables. This week we are focussing on our 9 times tables.
Practise your times tables and division facts using the links above.
Each week you will be given a piece of homework by your teacher. It will also be available here by clicking on the link below.
Week beginning 8th January - Comprehension (paper copy only)
Week beginning 15th January - Decimals.pdf
Week beginning 22nd January - Jungle Description.pdf
Week beginning 29th January - fractions and decimals game.pdf
Week beginning 5th February - Lewis Carroll poem recital
Week beginning 26th February - Comprehension (paper copy only)
Week beginning 5th March 2018 - Fractions homework 2018.pdf
Week beginning 12th March 2018 - Expanded Noun Phrases.pdf
Week beginning 19th March - Adding and subtracting fractions.pdf
Week beginning 16th April - Comprehension (paper copy only)
Week beginning 23rd April - Time.pdf
We are currently experiencing some technical issues with our website - we are unable to upload documents at the moment. If you have lost your homework, please ask Mr Gilhooley or Mrs Evans for a spare paper copy. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Our Science topics this term are Materials and Sound.
Discover more about fossils using the links below
Play this game to help learn about changing sounds
Watch these videos to find out more about sound