It’s Science Week! (5th March – 14th March) and the theme is ‘Innovating for the future’
To celebrate this special week, we are hosting a poster competition all around this theme!
Read the letter below for more details:
(Please hand in all entries to your child’s Class Teacher by Friday 26th March so they can be judged)
Homework is updated every Friday.
This week in English, we have been practising using inverted commas to punctuate speech in our winter-themed stories.
For your homework task this week, I would like you to write a speech conversation between 2 mischievous elves.
What might elves say why we aren't listening?
What tricks might they be planning?
The inverted commas 'hug' the words that are spoken.
e.g. "I love candy canes," said the elf excitedly.
to include the appropriate piece of punctuation within your inverted commas (a comma, a question mark or an exclamation mark.)
To include a reporting clause.
e.g. shouted Elfie, whispered Snowflake.
Please post your writing on the class blog by Friday 4th December.
16 Reads 'til Christmas
Don't forget to tweet what you have been reading at home and you could be in with a chance of winning a bike, a kindle, or amazon vouchers!
Read at least 3 times a week on Bug Club. You can answer questions to improve your understanding.
Play on Times Table Rock Stars at least 3 times a week. The APP is free on the App Store. At the moment we are practising our 2s, 5s and 10s. Times Table Rock Stars is set to Automatic Training Mode. This means the app will decide when your child is ready to move on to learning new times tables. This is usually once they can do the inverse operation (divide) as well as multiply.
Use these songs to help you learn the multiples of 3,4 & 8
3 x table:
4 x table
8 x times table