Summer Term Homework
Core skills practice: Want to be sure you are totally SATs ready? Visit these links and work through the activities.
English: https://uk.ixl.com/ela/year-6 (sorry didn't realise you had to pay for these after so many questions!)
Parent SATs advice: http://www.theschoolrun.com/sats/sats-year-6
Interactive games to practice core skills.
https://claritymaths.uk/games/ these are good fun!
Key skills: it says KS3 but these now apply to Year 6 in the new curriculum
Literacy support: http://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/7-11-years/punctuation
This is the Summer Term Weekly Homework page. Below you will find links to activities that cover things we have studied in class in a particular week. By completing the homework you will refresh your memory, consolidate learning and show you have understood new concepts.
Week beginning 29/05 17 and for the following three weeks...
Please learn your lines for the Summer production - we aim to start rehearsals after the Half Term holiday so get ready!
Learn the songs - especially if you have a solo part.
Persuade your Mum to let you bring two t-shirts to school for printing. (Can be bought from Primark for £1.50 - other stores are available:)
Start saving for pocket money for York (offering to do jobs around the house might earn some cash!)
Week beginning 8/05/17: NO HOMEWORK! You deserve a rest - get some fresh air!
Week beginning: 31/04/17
Spellings: equator, sequin, earthquake, conquer, acquire, request, mosque, square, sequence, requisite, consequence, frequently, disqualify, squalid, squadron, squeal
SPaG: We have practiced our SPaG this week but every little helps... log on to keep everything fresh in your memory. www.spag.com
Maths: http://uk.mathletics.com/ I have set lots of these this week but just choose the topics you think you need to practice.
Education city: http://www.educationcity.com/ Revise quick mental Maths by 'going live' and playing against each other.
Week beginning: 24/04/17
Spellings: Keep revising the New Curriculum Spellings; we will be practicing spelling families during our Guided Reading sessions in class. This week 'qu' words:
quest, question, quiver, quibble, quarry, queue, quantity, quarrel, quagmire, quality, cheque, oblique, physique, antique, grotesque, picturesque
SPaG: Click on the link to practice spelling, punctuation and grammar. Those of you that have been doing these activities at home are definitely improving your skills. www.spag.com
Maths: http://uk.mathletics.com/ Revise your arithmetic skills with a test! You will need a pencil and paper for these.
Education city: http://www.educationcity.com/ Revise algebraic equations.
Writing: Write a 100 word story which includes all of the 'qu' spellings above in the correct context.