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Camrose

Primary School

Please help your child continue their learning by using the suggestions below and timetabling learning sessions daily.

 

ENGLISH HOMEWORK

Day
Topic
What to do
1
Detailed diary entry of the day.
Children to link time telling in Maths with a ‘Dear Diary,’ entry for the day, logging what they’ve done that day, in the past tense and the times they did it. E.g. ‘Dear Diary, today I woke up at five past nine and I ate a wonderful breakfast for half an hour and finished at…’  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.
2
Reading paper

2019 NC test

Children to complete twinkle comprehension paper  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.

Reading booklet can be found here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-1-tests-2019-english-reading-test-materials

Reading answer booklet is here

3
Reading paper
Children to complete comprehension paper 1.  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.
4
Reading paper
Children to complete comprehension paper 2.  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.
5
SPAG test for parents
Go through the powerpoint with your child. Children to complete Mind Map (with guidance for adults) focusing on expanded noun phrases.  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.

Children to complete writing sheet  what's in the suitcase.

6 – 7
Spelling overview words weeks 4 and 5
Children to practice the spellings by using rainbow words, pyramid words, silly sentences or by spelling the words using play dough.  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.
8
Syllables, apostrophes and contractions.
https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity_index/item735174/grade1/index.html
9
Homophones and compound words.
https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity_index/item735174/grade1/index.html
10
Write an alternative ending to a story.
Children to either read or watch the Youtube story of ‘The TRUE story of the three little pigs’   by A.Wolf as told to Jon Scieszka and write their own version of events from the Wolf’s point of view (encourage chn to use ideas from the story)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vB07RfntTvw
Children need to bring their story to school on first day back, to be marked.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MATH HOMEWORK

Day

Topic

What to do

1

Reading time

Create an analogue clock and practice reading the time to the nearest 5 minutes. (e.g. twenty past¸ twenty to) Children to bring clocks to school on first day back.

2

Volume and capacity

Using a measuring jug, ask children to measure water. Ask key questions e.g. If I have 100ml, how much more do I need to 500ml? How many ml in a litre? How many ml is half a litre?  ( Please note, this is a pre teach lesson in preparation for Summer 1 )  Children to draw pictures of jugs and label the measurements, bring to school on first day back.

3

Find different combinations of coins that equal the same amounts of money.

Using coins, ask child to find different combinations of coins that equal the same amounts of money. E.g how can I make £5 using different coins?

 

4

Times tables and division

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

5

Telling and logging lengths of time

Children to link time telling in Maths with a ‘Dear Diary,’ entry for the day, logging what they’ve done that day and the times they did it. E.g. ‘Dear Diary, today I woke up at five past nine and I ate a wonderful breakfast for half an hour and finished at…’

Children to bring diaries to school on first day back to be marked.

6

Times tables and division (1)

Times tables books. Children to complete a page of 2, 5, and 10 times tables (see previous page for guidance)

7

Arithmetic test

Parent answer booklet for both papers

Children to complete arithmetic paper (with guidance for adults)  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.

8

Reasoning test

Children to complete reasoning paper (with guidance for adults)  Children need to bring to school on first day back, to be marked.

9

Mathletics

Complete teacher assigned tasks online-these will be checked to see child’s progress.

https://login.mathletics.com/

10

Times tables and division (2)

 

Times tables books, - sent home with pupils - children to complete a page of 3, 4, and 8 times tables (see previous page for guidance)