Homework

Date: 21st January 2019

Spellings: Apostrophe for contraction.

Haven’t, couldn’t, they’ve, she’ll, doesn’t .

Can you find more examples at home?

Times tables: x2, x5, x10 revision.

 

14/01/19 EGYPTIAN GODS!

Ancient Egyptians worshipped lots of different Gods, but who were they?

Your homework is to research your favourite Egyptian God. What can you tell me about him or her? Why were they worshipped? What was their name? What did they look like? What information can you find? Please also include a picture of your God.

 

Date: 7th January 2019

 

Spellings: Suffixes ‘ness’ and ‘ful’.

 

Wishful, forgetful, beautiful, happiness, kindness.

 

Can you find more examples at home?

 

Times tables: x8.

 

 

Week beginning 17th December 2018---NO

HOMEWORK!

 

 

 

Week Beginning: 10th

 

December 2018

 

 

 

Homework: Conjunction

worksheet.

 

 

Date: 3rd December 2018

Spellings: ‘i’ sound as a ‘y’.

Gym, mystery, pyramid, myth.

Can you find more examples at home?

Times tables: x4 and x8.

 

 

Homework for next 3 weeks!!!

ST BEDE’S FAMILY ADVENT PROJECT

This year we are launching a FAMLY learning log to create a NATIVITY SCENE

to be displayed in

St. Bede’s Church.

 

 

 

It may be a picture, collage or a 3D model, with some key figures or if you’re feeling adventurous, it could be a whole Bethlehem scene!

Please return your completed projects with

family name to school on

Monday 10 December.

If possible, all the Nativity Scenes will be displayed in St. Bede’s Church and available to view on

Thursday 13 December (further details to follow)

All projects will be returned home for you to enjoy with your family at Christmas

 

Date: 19th November 2018

Spellings: Prefixes ‘mis’ and ‘re’.

Rebuild, replay, mistake, misbehave, redo.

Can you find more examples at home?

Times tables: x8.

Homework w/c 12th November=

Next week we will be looking at what’s included in a balanced diet, and why we need to eat one. Your homework this week is to note down what you are eating for each meal, so we can use this information in our lesson!

The children will have a grid in their red books to do this.

ALSO--Next week we will be assembling our Stone Circles we made out of clay before half-term. If each child could bring in a buscuit tin lid or a similiar surface to use as their base this would be very useful. We will be doing this on Wednesday 14th!

 

Homework= 06th November 2018

Spellings: Y3/4 word list.

 

Believe, decide, experience, increase, knowledge, material, perhaps, question, suppose, thought.

 

Can you practice and learn at home?

 

Times tables: x2 and x4-spotting the link.

 

Homework 22/10/18                                                                                                                  

Addition code cracker. The children will have a worksheet containing a list of addition questions. Each correct answer will correspond to a letter listed at the top of the sheet. Get them all right to spell out the code word.

Top tip=Get the children to draw the additions using Base 10 or columns to help them work out the answers. Good luck!

Date: 15th October 2018

Spellings: Homophones.

Brake, break, grate, great, eight, ate, weight, wait, son, sun.

Can you find more examples at home?

Times tables: x4. No red book work this week!

 

Homework 08/10/18                                                                                                                  

Can you research and write a short report about the Stone Age construction, Stone Henge! (You can include information about other Stone Age stone circles too.) Your report can include pictures, diagrams, facts and you can present the work how you would like!

 

Homework w/c 01/10:-No work in red books this week although if children wish to use them to practice spellings and times-tables in then that is fine.

Times-tables=x4.

Spellings= Words using the 'ay' sound using different graphemes. Examples: vein, eight, straight, they, lane. We will look at the different ways this sound can be spelt and practice this in class this week. How many other examples can children find at home?

 

HOMEWORK 24th September:

Performance Poetry!

Your homework this week is to pick your favourite poem. It can be from anywhere you like. You must:

  1. Write it into your homework book including title and poet’s name.
  2. Learn poem by heart to perform in class!

 

Homework w/c 17/09:-No work in red books this week although if children wish to use them to practice spellings and times-tables in then that is fine.

Times-tables=x2, x5, x10 recap and revision from Year 2.

Spellings=Prefix 'un' and 'dis'. Examples: unkind, unwell, unzip, dislike, distrust. Can children find more examples at home. Look through reading books and see if any pop out. Get children to consider what adding these prefixes does to the root word.

 

Homework w/c 10/09:-This task will focus on verb tense and also the childrens use of suffixes which we are discussing in Literacy and Spelling lessons this week. The children will have a set of sentences set on a worksheet and must adapt the tense of each sentence filling in the missing words.

Contact the School

St Bede's Catholic Primary School

Keepers Lane
Weaverham
Northwich
Cheshire
CW8 3BY

Main Contact: Ms Conlon

Tel: 01606 852149
admin@st-bedes.cheshire.sch.uk