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Thursday 11th April

For homework over Easter we are asking the children to read a wide range of texts including their home reader. We are also asking that they continue practising their 2, 5, and 10 times tables and the related division facts. Please also continue with helping your child to tell the time as it a topic we will be looking at in the summer term.

 

Thursday 28th February

To day we have sent the children home with reminders of their Education City logins and passwords. Once logged on please click on the homework icon and it will show you the work that has been set. There are 25 activities to choose from which are to be completed over the course of this half term (closing date 9-4-19).

Thursday 14th February

Over half term we are asking the children to practise their 2, 5 and 10 times tables and the related division facts. We have been practising this in class using 'Hit the Button' https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button.

Thursday 7th February

Your child has been set a SPaG activity linked to homophones and near-homophones, this is in their homework book.

Your child has also been set a task on MyMaths.co.uk linked to the five times table.

Thursday 31st January

Your child has been set a SPaG activity linked to conjunctions, this is on www.SPaG.com.

Your child has also been set a mathematics task which is in their homework book.

Thursday 24th January

Your child has been set a SPaG activity linked to conjunctions, this is in their homework book.

Your child has also been set a task on MyMaths.co.uk linked to the two times table.

Thursday 17th January

Your child has been set a mathematics activity linked to various skills, this is in their homework book.

Your child has also been set a task on www.spag.com linked to verb tenses.

Thursday 10th January

Your child has been set a SPaG activity linked to various skills, this is in their homework book.

Your child has also been set a task on MyMaths.co.uk linked to finding the missing number in addition and subtraction facts.

 

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