Here you can find your homework for the Autumn term. You can choose the order in which you do the different learning activities however, I would like you to do at least one of each category (English, Maths, Topic, Creativity).
Don't forget to read every day at home too!
Everyone is expected to complete home learning weekly, this will include learning spellings, multiplication tables, reading at least three times per week and completing one other home learning activity which you will be able to choose from the grid given.
Please take care with the presentation of your home learning- I expect each piece of home learning to be completed neatly and of a high standard so that we can display in our classroom to show all your excellent learning and efforts.
There are prizes to be won for the most homework tasks completed! Good luck!
Accurate spelling is a very important part of our learning.
All children have been given a login to grammar bug which is an interactive program which helps the children to learn spelling and grammar though interactive activities. If your children have access to the internet at home, please encourage them to explore the site and complete set activities.
Please find attached some of the spellings that we will be working on through this school year. There are also ideas and strategies for learning and remembering.
Spellings will be set on a Monday and tested every Friday
Reading important part of our learning in 5M.
Reading- You must ensure that reading is taking place every day for at least 10 minutes. It is important that children read aloud often, regardless of their ability and are verbally asked questions about their thoughts on the story and characters to develop their understanding of what they have read rather than just reading.
Children should not write in their reading records. Reading Records should be used by adults only, to note when a child has read, the pages read and any worthwhile notes on their reading.
Children are given question sheets about their reading books to complete before changing their books to show their understanding of what they have read.