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Mr Morris wrote: Maths Homework (10.11.17)
Here are a couple of activities that will help you to practise rounding. Try to do as much as you can, but remember to stop when you get really stuck! [pdf-embedder url="http://y5homework2018.stsilasblog.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/163/2017/11 (More)
Have another read of the text that we read today in Guided Reading. See if you can work out what Marlene is. Which words in the text helped you to work it out? By the way ... you will be using your inference skills to complete this task. (More)
snelson wrote: Half Term Homework
Research Diwali Think about who celebrates it, when and why they celebrate it. Instructions Write a set of instructions to explain how you made your moving picture.     (More)
Try one of these place value homework challenges. There'll be 5 house points for everyone who brings it in on Monday and 2 house points for everyone who brings it in by Wednesday.   [pdf-embedder url="http://y5homework2018.stsilasblog.n (More)
This is a chance to practise what we've been learning in English lessons this week: forming the present progressive tense and the past progressive tense.   Tip: Simple present tense: I do my homework. Present progressive tense: I am (More)
This week, we've got more '~ious' endings, and some tricky words from the Year 5/6 spelling list. You can see the full list by clicking on the 'Spelling' page. (More)
This week, we've been looking at '~ous' and '~ious' endings. (More)
This week's spelling list focusses on the letter string '~ough' and the different sounds it can make. (More)
This week's list is another Year 4 revision list. (More)
This week's list revises some key spelling rules and patterns from Year 4. (More)
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