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Spelling homework can be found on the spelling page of our web area 

 THERE IS NO SPELLING HOMEWORK THIS WEEK 

 

All children will be bringing home a LACAWAC sheet to complete each day and return on Friday when they have their spelling test.

 

Maths  - all groups

 

We will be working on place value and ordering numbers for the first 2 weeks.  We will also be remembering our number bonds to 10 and to 20, some of us may even remember our number bonds to 100!

 

These websites are  good to help practise...

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

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=HigherAndLower

 

Reading

 

It is the expectation that every child should read 3 times a week and have an adult either record this or sign their reading diary. If they do this set homework then they will be awarded a reading star (and 1 merit, 2 terrific tickets and 3 house points).   In addition to this there are reading activities which are not a directed homework but an achievable set of challenges to support your child's reading and comprehension.

Week Commencing 22nd September

Reading

 

It is the expectation that every child should read 3 times a week and have an adult either record this or sign the red reading diary.  In addition to this there are reading activities which are not a directed homework but an achievable set of challenges to support your child's reading and comprehension.

 

I have listened to a story

 

I have written a true/false quiz for a chapter (or all) of a book

I have written a book review

 

 

 

 

I have drawn/ painted a picture of one of the book characters

 

I have made some top trumps or fact files linked to my reading (books / authors)

I have made a cartoon

strip showing the main  points in the story.

 

I have read 4 books that are not from the reading scheme

 

I have read 4 things that are not books

(newspaper, recipe, invitation, comic, e-book, instruction manual etc…)

 

I have designed a new front cover for my book

Spelling (for more detail please see the weekly spelling tab)

 

Most of the children will bring home with them on Monday an investigation about verbs and verb endings.  On Friday we will be discussing the rules and patterns we have found.  Other children will be bringing home their high frequency words which they need to practise both ready and writing (they will not be tested on this on Friday, but Mrs A will be checking their progress during the week).

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