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Easter Homework

This week's homework...

 

   Here you will find your child’s homework for the week ahead.

  We have a suggestion for homework that can be completed across the week, with reading being a priority for every day.

  Monday – spellings

  Tuesday – maths (Year 1s Maths Seeds Year 2s Mathletics)

  Wednesday – spellings

  Thursday – maths (Year 1s Maths Seeds Year 2s Mathletics / Times Tables Rock Stars)

  Friday – Write to the Top will be set and this needs to be talked through ready for your child to write on a Monday

Text for this half term

 

During this half term we are reading a collection of the Katie Morag stories - by Mairi Hedderwick. 

We will be looking at where they are set, who the characters are and how the stories develop. We will then be writing our own versions based on one of the Katie Morag stories.

Reading

 

       It is recommended that reading takes place every day. Children who are using the Accelerated Reader system will continue to select books from the library at least once a week. These can be read at home and then returned to school when ready to quiz on. (They should be read at least twice)

               

        For others the following approach will continue this half term:-

 

             Books can be changed once returned to school. Reading for pleasure books are available to be chosen each day.

All children bring home a book related to their Read, Write Inc work and also have log in details for Oxford Owl to access the books being read in school.

 

Write to the Top

 Write to the Top Talk Homework –Please bring back on Monday 17th June 2024

 

Description of a habitat

 

In Science we have been looking at habitats. For talk homework this week, in preparation for WTTT, we would like you to talk, draw pictures or write key words (adjectives) about the habitat of your house team.

Ideas to think about when describing the habitat

  1. Adjectives to describe the habitat  
  2. What lives there? (plants/animals)
  3. What food is found there?

 

 

Have fun describing!

 

 

 

Ideas for habitat description

Adjectives (describing words) and noun phrases

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What lives there? (plants/animals)

 

 

 

 

 

What food is found there?

 

 

 

 

Drawing of habitat/extra information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spellings

Spellings now follow in line with each groups Read, Write Inc work. Therefore there are not weekly spelling rules - children are learning the sounds, tricky words and words through their lessons. These can be found listed in the front of the Book Bag Books which are brought home each week.

 

In addition the common exception words are also being taught for years 1 and 2. These can all be found in the back of the jotters.

 

Year 2 also work through spelling rules.

During the second half term of this Autumn Term the common exception words will be worked on each week.

Maths

           

Year 2s Mathletics

https://www.mathletics.com/uk/

Log in details are in the front of Jotters.

There are new activities which have been set for this week.

 

Year 2s Times Tables Rock Stars

Times Tables Rock Stars: Play (ttrockstars.com)

All year 2 children have their own log in details for Times Tables Rock Stars.

Year 1s Mathseeds

https://mathseeds.co.uk/

Log in details are in the front of Jotters.

New activities are set each week. 

Phonics Resources

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