## Homework

## Term 3

Week 9

**** Due Friday - Spelling - Find two antonyms and synonyms for each of your spelling words.

**** Multiplication grids - Complete two by Friday

Due Wednesday 14th -

Maths - Complete the next level of your maths work, either -

Finish constructing the image using cartesian co-ordinates (black cat, ghost, jack-o-lantern)

or

Draw

or

Create a more complex image on the cartesian plane. Plot the points and record their coordinates so somebody else can recreate your image.

or

Complete your activities about performing transformations (rotations, reflections and translations) on the cartesian plane. (A how to video is linked HERE)

****** Everynight -**Reading, including at least 5 minutes reading aloud.**** Due Friday - Spelling - Find two antonyms and synonyms for each of your spelling words.

**** Multiplication grids - Complete two by Friday

Due Wednesday 14th -

Maths - Complete the next level of your maths work, either -

Finish constructing the image using cartesian co-ordinates (black cat, ghost, jack-o-lantern)

or

Draw

**5 simple shapes**on the cartesian plane (use a ruler), use all four quadrants. Label each shape i.e Shape 1, 2,3 etc and record their co-ordinates so somebody else could create your shapes.or

Create a more complex image on the cartesian plane. Plot the points and record their coordinates so somebody else can recreate your image.

or

Complete your activities about performing transformations (rotations, reflections and translations) on the cartesian plane. (A how to video is linked HERE)

Week - 8

**** Due Friday - Spelling - Find two antonyms and synonyms for each of your spelling words.

**** Multiplication grids - Complete two by Friday

****** Everynight -**Reading, including at least 5 minutes reading aloud.**** Due Friday - Spelling - Find two antonyms and synonyms for each of your spelling words.

**** Multiplication grids - Complete two by Friday

## Maths

Unfinished work to complete - complete your tutorial about 'Casting Out Nines' that you begun on Tuesday. Due Friday 9th September.

Week 5

****** Everynight -**Reading, including at least 5 minutes reading aloud.

**** Due Friday - Spelling - Find two antonyms and synonyms for each of your spelling words.

**** Multiplication grids - Complete two by Friday

## Decimals - bump up your grade 👍 - Due Wednesday 24th August

Create the decimal tutorial that was discussed with you on Friday. Follow the link HERE, to watch videos on the concept you need to improve on.

Week 4

Maths

Multiplying decimals by multiples of 10

Geography - Due Monday the 1 August

Complete any Olympic tasks you have not completed in class (minimum of 3 - one activity from yellow, one from purple and one from green)

Multiplying decimals by multiples of 10

Geography - Due Monday the 1 August

Complete any Olympic tasks you have not completed in class (minimum of 3 - one activity from yellow, one from purple and one from green)

## Due Week 3

Maths - Due Friday the 5th August

- You will be given a group, GREEN, AMBER and RED. you only need to complete the task card of your group.
- Work through the questions, when you find an answer cross it off the answer grid.
- You will be left with 4 answers - add the 4 answers together to create a total.

Green Maths

## Extension - Problem Solving Activities

- You have 8.4 cm of string. Show at least two different ways your string can be divided equally. Explain your thinking in numbers and words.

## Due Week 2 -

Maths - Due Tuesday the 26th

Extension

1. On a number line labeled with endpoints of 0 and 1, place the point ½. Now place the point 7 tenths on the same line. Find 5 decimal fractions that lie between these 2 points. How did you do it? What strategies did you use?

2.You are offered the following amounts of biscuits. Which would you choose? Why? Draw a picture to show how the portions compare.

a. 11/6 b. 1.875 c. 9/4 d. 2 1/5

3. A number has been rounded to 5.8. What might the number be?

2.You are offered the following amounts of biscuits. Which would you choose? Why? Draw a picture to show how the portions compare.

a. 11/6 b. 1.875 c. 9/4 d. 2 1/5

3. A number has been rounded to 5.8. What might the number be?

Geography - Due Thursday the 28th

*Present a one-minute oral report on a topic of your choice, related to the Olympics.*

Some topics you may create are

Some topics you may create are

*History of the marathon**What were the ancient olympics**Different sports**Famous olympians**Sports that are no longer in the Olympic games.*

*You will be presenting to a small group of your peers, who will give you feedback on your Speaking and Listening skills. You can use images, and slideshows, but you must verbalise your report.*

Your presentation will be on Thursday 28th July.

Your presentation will be on Thursday 28th July.

## Week 1 -

Due Thursday 21st - Complete the maths problems if you did not finish them during class time, we'll be marking the answers in the morning.

## Term 2

## Homework due Friday 10th June

****** Everynight -**Reading, including at least 5 minutes reading aloud.

**** Maths - Please complete a

**MINIMUM**of 3 Mathletics activities on fractions.****** English**- Due Wednesday 8th June

Read the pages below -

- How has the author tried to let you know where and when the story is set? Description, names or people, places or things.
- Ask questions as you read, make a note of the questions you ask yourself. Are these questions answered in the first chapter.

For further practice on Probability Trees please complete 2 probability trees from the website below.

http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algebra/apr4/practre.htm

http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algebra/apr4/practre.htm

## Homework Due Term 2 Week 2

**You need to bring your diary EVERYDAY. Diaries will be checked on a Wednesday and a Friday, if diaries are not in you will receive a warning. If your home reading is not done, you will be asked to read for a portion of your free time or lunchtime.**

Everynight -Reading, including at least 5 minutes reading aloud.

Everynight -

**Monday the 2nd April**- Finish your introduction for

*'The Legend of the Eternal Monkey'*

**Wednesday 4th April**- '

*Rope'*- A short research project on rope. You can present this to me in any format you choose i.e. Poster, short film, keynote, short story.

- The past, present and future uses of rope.
- Different materials used to construct rope.
- Photographs showing different rope types and their uses.
- At least one MIND BLOWING fact about ropes!

**Friday 6th April**- 3 Mathletics tasks

## Homework over the long weekend

Due Wednesday 30th March -

Due Friday 1st April - Maths - Practice the addition on Mrs Clarke's website HERE

Due Friday 1st April - Home Reading - Signed Homework diary

Due Friday 1st April - Upload photo of your completed Multiplication Grids for the week into your homework folder in GoogleDrive - minimum of three.

**Writing - Self Assessment - Assess your persuasive text using the rubric. Reflect on your assessment and set a goal in order to improve.**Due Friday 1st April - Maths - Practice the addition on Mrs Clarke's website HERE

Due Friday 1st April - Home Reading - Signed Homework diary

Due Friday 1st April - Upload photo of your completed Multiplication Grids for the week into your homework folder in GoogleDrive - minimum of three.

Due Monday 21st March -

**Reading**Chapter 4 and completing the task cards

Due Wednesday 23rd March - Maths - Expanded Notation

Thursday 24th March - Upload photo of your completed Multiplication Grids for the week - minimum of three

Thursday 24th March - Home Reading - Signed Homework diary & Spelling Words (word webs - find an antonym and synonym for each of your spelling words)

**Reading - Read Chapter 4 of your guided reading book and complete the following task cards**

**Maths - Due Wednesday 23rd March**

## Homework - Due Monday 14th March

Reading - Read up to chapter three in your group selected guided reading books.

In preparation for our guided reading session, compete the task cards below for the chapters you have read .

In preparation for our guided reading session, compete the task cards below for the chapters you have read .

## Homework - Due 9th March

**Reading**- 20 minutes, written up and signed in your homework diary**Maths - Chance and Data - See worksheets below year 5's or year 6's**

## Year 5's

Watch the video and complete the 3 pages

## Year 6's

## Homework - Due Friday 26th February

**Reading**- 20 minutes, written up and signed in your homework diary**Literacy task****- My Two Blankets**- finish illustrating your memory strip, remember to make it colourful.**Maths**-**3D shapes**. Complete the worksheet below - either in your homework book, or on your computer. The second part of the maths homework will require you to do some research on polyhedrons that are different from prisms and pyramids.