Homework

Please see below for this weeks homework.

Maths (Tues) – Can your children identify 5 acute, obtuse, reflex and right angles around the home? What are the rules for each specific angle?

Secondly – What do the angles in a triangle and quadrilateral add up to? How would you work out a missing angle?

English (Tues)

If you don’t know the meaning of a particular word please find out its definition.

Spelling (Fri)

Weekly Round-Up and Homework.

It has been a busy week in Class 5 and we have certainly been challenging brain cells. In Maths we have been focusing on fractions, decimals and percentages where we have ordered dominoes, completed jigsaws and tried to solve a variety of problems. In English we have been learning how to create a flow to our writing and have worked hard drafting, editing and writing the narrative for “A Cloudy Lesson”.

In Science, we have been looking at asexual reproduction in plants and have set up an experiment to see if we can monitor this with Ivy plants.

Homwork

Maths (Tues) – I would like you to measure the area of 3 rooms in your house. Can you convert the area in mm and m?

English (Tues)

Spelling (Friday)

Have a good weekend

Mr B

Homework

Please see below for the homework this week.

Maths (Tues) – In preparation for next week. Can you research and find out as many different equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages as you can. For Example – 50% = 50/100 (1/2) = 0.50

English (Tues) – Choose one page from your reading book at home. Can you find: nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, a noun phrase, preposition, determiner, relative clause, sub-odinating conjunction and punctuated speech.

Challenge: are there any examples of personification or similes in your book?

Spelling (Fri)

Have a great weekend – Mr B

Homework – 06/11/20

Class 5 have been working hard this week on recounts in English and on length in Maths. Also this afternoon, we have completed an orienteering PE course related to life cycles in our Science Topic. It’s been a very busy week. Below is the homework for the weekend.

Maths (Tues) – I would like you to measure 8 objects around the home and convert them into mm, cm, m and km. Those of you who fancy a challenge can you convert into feet and inches.

English (Tues) – I would like you to write a diary entry for one day this weekend. Please share your work with a parent, remembering all the key parts of a diary we have talked about. It has been a couple of weeks since we have done a diary entry.

Spelings (Fri)

Have a good weekend

Mr B

Homework – 03/11/20

First of all, I hope you all had a wonderful half term. The Internet Gods smiled on the children over half term and for some reason didn’t show the homework online just on my logged in account. There will be no spellings as such this week, just a quick re-cap on the ones already taught last term.

Maths (Friday)

Answers are attached! Please only complete the ones you can do. We have covered about three-quarters of questions like this in class.

Homework 16/10/20

Please see below for homework for this week.

Maths (Tuesday)

Please complete the sheet appropriate to what you have been doing in class. The first sheet is a adding and subtracting fractions without mixed numbers. The second sheet includes mixed numbers. Write the codebreaking answer in your reading logs or email the work you have done.

English (Tues)

Please complete both sheets.

Spelling (Friday)

Have a great weekend

Mr B

Homework – 09/10/20

Wow what a busy week of learning we have had this week. Fractions in Maths has proven a tricky area but we have stuck at it and really made some big steps forward in our learning. However it has become apparent that a quicker recall of times tables and division facts is necessary if we are to avoid silly errors. In English, we have been writing about a fantasy sea setting and a mythical creature we have created where I have been particularly impressed with word choices and understanding different types of sentence structures. Finally we have made a good start looking at why oceans matter and the need to look after these as much as possible.

Homework

Plastic Diary (Thursday) – first of all you may have seen a plastic diary sheet that is asking your child to complete plastic wastage within your household for a week. If you could help them tally this up that would be fantastic.

Maths (Tuesday)

English (Tuesday)

Spelling (Friday)

Have a great weekend – Mr B

Homework – 02/10/20

Well, it seems like Friday has come around so quickly yet again! We have had another busy week in Class 5 and have produced a range of work, from information texts about plastic pollution to formal methods of multiplication in Maths. A really challenging week!

Homework.

Maths (Discussing Tuesday)

Spelling (Test on Friday)

Below are the spelling words for Year 5 and 6 respectively. They are to be learnt for next Friday. There is also a quiz on Purple Mash for them to complete when they have learnt the weekly spellings.

Year 5

Year 6 – Please also learn they difference in the homophones

English/GPS – (Discussing Tuesday)

Have a great weekend

Mr B