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Week 4

Home Learning

 

Reading

Please make sure that you are reading every day and recording in your reading record at least 3 times ready to show Mr Cain on Friday 26th November 2021.

 

Spellings

This week's spelling pattern is words from the Year 5/6 Spelling list.

Group 1 learn the following 10 spellings and Group 2 learn the following 5 spellings ready to be tested on Friday 19th November 2021.

 

Group 1          Group 2

awkward

bruise 

cemetery

curiosity

disastrous

harass

immediate

mischievous 

nuisance

soldier

 

 

       

    awkward

    children

    improve

    arrive

    surprise

 

Practise writing these words in sentences.

 

Extra Challenge: create a mnemonic to help you remember them. E.g. for because - big elephants can always understand small elephants.

 

Maths

Log into Mathletics (https://login.mathletics.com/) and complete the tasks set.

Practise your times-tables using TT Rockstars: https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student.

Learning for children not in school this week

 

For those children that are unable to attend school this week, please complete the attached learning below.

 

In school this week we are going to be practising completing old SATS papers so please look at the suggested timetable to complete these SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar), Reading and Mathematics papers. You can check your answers by looking at the mark schemes which are also attached.

Monday

SPAG Paper 1: Questions

SPAG Paper 2: Spellings

TuesdayReading Paper
Wednesday

Arithmetic Paper 1

ThursdayReasoning Paper 2
FridayReasoning Paper 3

 

Maths learning:

For Monday and Tuesday, look at the attached maths power-points and learning sheets and complete the learning sheets. You can check your answers using the power-point.

 

Reading learning:

Make sure you are reading every day and completing accelerated reader quizzes on books you finish.

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