Homelearning 12th-19th March
Our reading comprehension is about the book we have been reading in class: Rain Before Rainbows.
Please answer the questions in neat, full sentences in your yellow book. Remember to use pencil, joined handwriting, capital letters and full stops. Please hand this in by Tuesday.
During the week, read at least 4 times. Log in and read on Epic at least once. Let's try to get our next Epic badge!
I have kept the BHBOAEs for surnames M-Z. You will have these back on Tuesday.
Practise the words with sc.
Practise one of your tables using timestables.co.uk or the cards I gave you last term. It would be a good idea to practise a table that you have problems with on Tables Olympics or the Rockstars Soundcheck.
Homelearning 4th - 11th December
This week, practise the 6x times table by saying it to yourself, writing it, drawing pictures to show what it means or making up games. Remember that you can get the answers by doubling the numbers in the 3xtable. You might also like to use the activities on Mathshed and timetables.co.uk to help you.
Remember to practise any spellings that you got wrong in this week's test.
This week, our reading comprehension is Chimney Boy. Housepoints will be given for answers that are neat, accurate, well spelt and correctly punctuated. Extra housepoints will be given if you can find out more about children who had to work in Victorian times. You need to have finished your answers and brought them back to school by Tuesday!
Remember to keep reading at home. This weekend, I have collected the BHBOAEs for surnames A-L.
Homelearning 27th November - 4th December
This week, continue practising the 3x times table. You can play Snap with the cards I have given you, make up 3x table games, create actions to go with the tables facts or you could make up your own outside games. You might also like to use the activities on Mathshed and timetables.co.uk.
Make sure that you have finished your Children in Need timestables colouring sheet. Bring it into school and we will stick it into your Maths Journal.
Remember to begin learning this week's spellings. You need to learn at least five of the words on this week's list.
This week, we have our second comprehension about world rivers. Please remember to use joined handwriting and to answer the questions in complete sentences - no one word answers! You need to have finished your answers and brought them back to school by Tuesday!
Remember to keep reading at home. This weekend, I have collected the BHBOAEs for surnames M-Z.
Half Term Homelearning - Have You Done Yours Yet?
During the holiday, lots of you sent me photos of your rivers and coasts projects. We have begun to look at them in class. They are fantastic! Here's what to do if you haven't done yours yet.
Create something wonderful about rivers or coasts. It could be a leaflet, poster, factfile, poem, story, Powerpoint, piece of art, piece of music, dance, drama.... I am sure you can think of many more ideas.
When you've finished, please ask an adult to send a photo or video of your creation to me at firstname.lastname@example.org instead of bringing it into school. Thank you.
Homelearning should be written neatly and in pencil. Please can all straight lines be drawn with a ruler. Please can mistakes be erased or have a straight line drawn through them. Thank you.
Your Bishop's Hull Book of Almost Everything will go home with you each day and will contain words that you have found difficult to spell during our Read, Write Inc lessons. Please practise them at home.
Reading Comprehension is set on a Friday. Please answer the questions in full sentences and bring your book back by Tuesday. We will talk about the answers on a Tuesday.
Maths activities are set on a Friday and should be completed by the following Thursday please.
Sometimes we will ask you to do something linked to our topics. You will write the details about these extra pieces of homelearning in your Bishop's Hull Book of Almost Everything .