This week’s homework.
Miss Brown’s group: Purple book pages 20, 21, 48,49
Mrs Crowhurst’s group: Purple book pages 18, 19, 20 and 21
Mrs Hallsworth’s group:Purple book page 6, 12 and 13
Your English task is to complete the ‘RUBBISH’ comprehension. Look up what the highlighted words mean and write a simple synonym above them to show you understand the word. Then complete the questions underneath.
As always, you MUST be reading with an adult at least 3 times per week and discussing the text afterwords and looking up unknown words.
6T: ‘i’ before ‘e’ except after ‘c’ when the sound made is ‘ee’! This week we are looking at words that have the pattern of ‘cei’ following the exception rule of being straight after the letter ‘c’.
deceive, conceive, receive, perceive, ceiling, receipt, protein, caffeine, seize, neither.
6C: ‘i’ before ‘e’ except after ‘c’ when the sound made is ‘ee’! siege, niece, grief, chief, fiend, shriek, believe, achieve, convenience, mischievous.
Tasks have been set for you on Mathletics to complete. Don’t forget about using Mathletics live to help you improve your mental arithmetic skills.
Pulling together the work we have done in our science and PSHE lessons, think about what the Earth may look like in 1 million years. Then think about the ideal adaptations that would benefit a human living in this time. Using the worksheet, look at the questions and then draw and label a human of the future.