Each week the homework set will reflect what we have been doing in class. This will give you a chance to practice what you have learnt independently. Please try to learn the spellings set too. Anyone who would like a 'Homework book'may request one at school. Homework should include reading every night. I have also given links to sites which will help you practice core skills to make you SATs ready. I will keep adding to these as we go through the year.
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
If you would like to get some quick practice materials for the children to revise skills at home I would highly recommend the CGP books on Amazon on the following link:
They contain excellent little tasks to keep practicing core skills and are very good value for money.
Past SATs papers can be downloaded from: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/key-stage-2-tests-2016-mathematics-test-materials
Please read every day! 10 - 20 minutes. Talk about your book to someone; what is happening? What may happen next? Do you like the story? Look up difficult words, jot down their meaning and try to use them in your own writing.
Week beginning 11/11/19
Spellings: Words containing ei: deceive, conceive, receive, perceive, ceiling, protein, caffeine, seize, either, neither, conceited, weird, abseil, vein, weir, rein.
English: https://ec1.educationcity.com/home Hyphens to avoid confusion
Another revision site for your English skills! To help you refresh your reading comprehension skills: www.ReadTheory.org/auth/login
SPaG: https://www.spag.com A SATs example test to brush up your grammar.
English writing task: Want to develop your writing skills? Using the correct format - write a mini play script involving the characters below. What are they talking about? Are there stage directions? What is happening? Don't forget to say where the scene is taking place.