Dragonfly Class Homework 23.3.23

Dragonfly Class Homework 23.3.23

Times Tables:

Please complete the times table sheet given out in class and return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Spellings:

Complete the spelling sheet in your neatest handwriting and  return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Science:

Homework food chains

We have been looking at food chains in Science.  Using the photo pack, how many different food chains can you make?  Remember that most food chains begin with a green plant or producer.

Here is an example:

Leaf             caterpillar             robin              buzzard

 

You can draw, write or stick down photos of the links in the chains in the space below or in your homework book.

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 29th March.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Lloyd-Jones.

 

Dragonfly Class Homework 16.3.23

Times Tables:

Please complete the times table sheet given out in class and return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Spellings:

Complete the spelling sheet in your neatest handwriting and  return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Respect

This month’s school value is respect.  We have talked a lot about respect in our worships and we would like you to complete a task of your own choice on this theme.  You could write about who you most respect, why and how you show them respect.  Or you could write a poem about respect.  You may choose what to do and how you would like to present it.

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 22nd March.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Lloyd-Jones.

 

Trip to Shrewsbury Museum – Dragonfly Class

Today Dragonfly Class went to Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery to find out more about Charles Darwin.  In the morning, we went on a walk around Shrewsbury town centre to look at significant places in his life including the Quarry, St Chads Church and his old school which is now Shrewsbury Library.  In the afternoon, we looked around the museum and discovered more about his theory of evolution.  Finally, we used quills and ink to do some observational drawing of some of the specimens from the museum.  We had a great day and many of the children were keen to return to the museum to see all of the other exhibits that we didn’t have time to fit in.  The museum is free to visit and a fascinating place to find out more about Shropshire’s rich history.

 

Dragonfly Class Homework 8.3.23

Times Tables:

Please complete the times table sheet given out in class and return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Spellings:

Complete the spelling sheet in your neatest handwriting and  return it to school stuck in your homework book.

History

Next week, we will be going on our trip to Shrewsbury Museum and finding out more about the life and work of Charles Darwin.  Please find at least 5 facts about him and/or his work.

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 15th March.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Lloyd-Jones.

 

Dragonfly Class homework 2.3.23

Times Tables:

Please complete the times table sheet given out in class and return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Spellings:

Complete the spelling sheet in your neatest handwriting and  return it to school stuck in your homework book.

History

Next week, we will be looking at the work of Abraham Darby.  Please find at least 5 facts about the Ironbridge in Telford.

 

Dragonfly Class – Awesome art

This half term, Dragonfly Class have been developing their painting skills.  We have looked at the work of different artists including Monet and the indigenous people of Australia before experimenting with different techniques for colour mixing and applying paint.  Our final pieces combine the skills and techniques we have learnt to produce beautiful pictures of whales inspired by our English topic.  Take a look at their stunning finished paintings.

Dragonfly Class homework 9.2.23

Times Tables:

Please complete the times table sheet given out in class and return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Spellings:

Complete the spelling sheet in your neatest handwriting and  return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Reading comprehension:

Please read through the information on blue whales and then answer the questions on the sheet.

1a. Daily Article – New Blue Whale Song – LKS2 (7-9)

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 15th February.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Lloyd-Jones.

 

Dragonfly Class homework 2.2.23

Times Tables:

Please complete the times table sheet given out in class and return it to school stuck in your homework book.

Spellings:

Complete the spelling sheet in your neatest handwriting and  return it to school stuck in your homework book.

English:

This week, we have looked at how to use an apostrophe.  Please complete the worksheet given out in class.

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 8th February.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Lloyd-Jones.