Dragonfly Class Homework 20.1.22

 

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

*Continue the Reading Challenge that we started on Monday—see Mrs Farmer’s message for full details.

*We’d love to find out all about what you are reading at the moment.  Please complete the book review sheet given out in class or design your own sheet in your homework book.

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 26th January.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Horton.

Book review sheet

 

 

 

 

Dragonfly Class Homework 13.1.22

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:

This term, our new History topic is on The Anglo-Saxons.  Your task this week is to find out at least 5 facts about who they were, where they came from, why they came to Britain and any other interesting facts that you can find.  It is up to you how you would like to present your facts but here are a few suggestions: write the facts in your homework book, make a poster, make a PowerPoint slide or presentation, make a short video clip of you sharing your facts.  If you need a little help getting started, the following link is to a very useful site with lots of information (scroll down to the bottom of the webpage for even more information in different sections).

http://primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/saxons.htm

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 19th January.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Horton.

 

Dragonfly Class Homework 9.12.21

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:

Please continue/finish the Science sheet sent home last week on heating and cooling.

Reading:

We will be having a focus on reading over the coming weeks in school and below is a link to a mini reading challenge from the Reading Agency (in association with the World Wildlife Fund) that it would be great if you could take a look at.  You will need an adult at home to register for you and you can then work towards rewards for reading and reviewing books.  The challenge   Go for it Dragonflies; get reading!

Join the Winter Mini Challenge! | Reading Agency

Your homework is due in on Wednesday 15th December.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Horton.

Solids and liquids homework

Dragonfly Class Homework 2.12.21

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:

Over the next fortnight, we would like you to carry out some simple Science experiments at home linked to our topic on Changes of State.  Please complete as many of the heating and cooling activities from the sheet.  Please feel free to send photos of your investigations as well as your results or even try different materials.  We are giving you 2 weeks to complete the activities as you will need an adult to help you as the work involves using heat.  Good luck awesome Dragonfly Scientists!

Your times table and spelling sheet is due in on Wednesday 8th December.  Your Science sheet is due in on Wednesday 15th December.

If you have any queries, please contact Mrs Hollis or Miss Horton.

Solids and liquids homework

 

Charley’s super Science

Thank you so much to Charley for bringing in her Oobleck (cornstarch and water) that she made at home linked to our changing states Science topic.  She explained that it is a material that behaves like a liquid when you try to pick it up and a solid when you put pressure on it.  Brilliant Charley!

 

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