Homework – Summer 1 Week 6

For homework this week, we would like you to do the following:

  1. Make sure you continue to read every day (and at the weekend). Record a comment in your reading diary each time.
  2. This week for you spelling we would like you to practise any of the last 27 words from the year 3 and year 4 spelling list that you find challenging. You can use the look write check section in your reading diary to help you. We will be testing all of these words next week to see which ones to focus on further for the rest of the year.
  3. Practise the times table you are working on for a test next week! (please fill in the appropriate section in your reading diary)
  4. As reminder if the reading and the spelling sections are not complete each week, children will receive a yellow card the first time and  subsequently receive a detention.

Spellings:

 pressure, probably,  promise, purpose, quarter, question, recent, regular, reign, remember, sentence, separate, special, straight, strange, strength, suppose, surprise, therefore, though, although, thought, through, various, weight, woman, women
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Homework – Summer 1 Week 5

For homework this week, we would like you to do the following:

  1. Make sure you continue to read every day (and at the weekend). Record a comment in your reading diary each time.
  2. Practise your spellings from this week (please fill in the appropriate section in your reading diary).
  3. Practise the times table you are working on for a test next week! (please fill in the appropriate section in your reading diary)
  4. As reminder if the reading and the spelling sections are not complete each week, children will receive a yellow card the first time and  subsequently receive a detention.

Spellings:

 Antiseptic, anticlockwise, antisocial, anticlimax, antidote, autobiography, automatic, autograph, autopilot, autofocus.

Clay pots

Today, Deer class made some clay pots using techniques they used in prehistoric times.

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Celery investigation

Our classroom is starting to look like a greenhouse! Today we set up another experiment to see how water travels through the stem of a plant. We used celery and water with food colouring – let’s see what will happen!

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Exciting experiments

In Fox class we have changed the conditions for some of our plants, to test what happens when we take away water, sunlight, nutrients or carbon dioxide. We will be looking at how the plants grow over the next few weeks and the children have made some very good predictions… I wonder if you will be correct!

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Clay creations

Today, Fox class made their own clay pots, using the coil method from the Bronze Age. The children worked very well at making sure their pots were strong and sturdy. Well done!

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Homework – Summer 1 Week 4

For homework this week, we would like you to do the following:

  1. Make sure you continue to read every day (and at the weekend). Record a comment in your reading diary each time.
  2. Practise your spellings from this week (please fill in the appropriate section in your reading diary).
  3. Practise the times table you are working on for a test next week! (please fill in the appropriate section in your reading diary)
  4. As reminder if the reading and the spelling sections are not complete each week, children will receive a yellow card the first time and  subsequently receive a detention.

Spellings:

supermarket, superman, superstar, supernatural, superpower,redo, refresh, return, reappear, redecorate.