Your research should focus on the geographical features of the country that you have chosen.In maths this week we have been revisiting multiplying and dividing by 10/100/1000 but looking at decimal numbers and recording our answers up to 3 decimal places.Many of you were given a paper copy of maths homework on Friday.
Children set the task of searching narratives for the alternatives came up with the words and they are featured in an interesting way.
Not interactive but pupils could see how many words they can remember.
Spellings Next 20 words in the year 5 / 6 spelling list.
competition conscience conscious controversy convenience correspond criticise curiosity definite desperate determined develop dictionary disastrous embarrass environment equipped equipment especially exaggerate We need to make sure we know all of the Year 5 / 6 words by the end of the term so we will be testing the children on 20 of these each week.
For the next 2 weeks you will be completing your personal research about your chosen country in Topic work.
Please continue to work at home to up-level your fact files and posters.You will have a year 5 /6 spelling list in you homework book that shows which spellings you need to work on from that list. I will be testing 10 of the year 5 / 6 words each week (at random).There are some children who are continuing to work on the year 3 /4 words.The paper copies were available for you on Friday 1st February.Collect one from the back table (by the Countries of the World display) if you did not pick one up.You can really find out as many things as possible... For your English homework this week, I would like you to write an advert for a Lego item. A set you got for Christmas or perhaps one that you would really, really like to own. You are all working so hard in maths and as you know, next week will be our last full week in school.You will have the chance to show what you know this coming week by sitting some practice assessments in maths, so keep those skills sharp!Maths We are very impressed with your work on fractions and your homework this week is to compare and order fractions.Remember, the key thing here is to turn all the fractions into the same denominators; this will help you to order them quickly and easily.You have all worked so hard on our fractions unit during the last two weeks. I have given some advice at the top of the sheet to help you to remember how to divide fractions.Next week you will be sitting a practise test in arithmetic and reasoning so keep those skills sharp!!! Some of you would have realised as we get further in to our fractions unit that you need to know your times tables really well.