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Knowledge Organiser for our History Topic this half term

Homework 27.11.20

Spellings this week are: 

 

attached

community 

desperate

excellent

hindrance

mischievous

physical

restaurant

sufficient

yacht

 

Spellings and Maths have been set on EdShed

English has been set on Seesaw

Homework 20.11.20

 

Spellings this week are: 

 

appreciate

communicate

definite

exaggerate

harass 

marvellous

persuade

relevant

stomach

vehicle

 

English has been set on Seesaw.

Maths and spellings have been set on EdShed.

Homework 13/11/20

 

Spellings this week are:

apparent 

committee

curiosity

guarantee

lightning

parliament

soldier

vegetable

especially 

 

English homework has been set on Seesaw. 

Maths and Spellings have been set on Edshed. 

Homework 6/11/20

 

This week's spellings are:

ancient 

cemetery

criticise

equipped

government 

leisure

opportunity

recognise

sincerely

variety

 

All homework this week is available online. There are spelling and maths assignments on Edshed. 

The English homework is on Seesaw. If you need a reminder about the different word classes, you can visit this website https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn

 

Half Term Activities 

 

I hope you all have a lovely half term! 

 

For information, as we did not have time to complete the spelling test last Friday due to bikeability, last week's spellings will be tested on the first Friday back after half term. 

You can visit EdShed to do some general practice of spellings and maths. You can also visit ReadTheory to complete some reading comprehensions. 

To get into the 'spooky' spirit this week, use the picture prompt below to write a scary story that is 100 words or less! 

16/10/20

This week’s spellings are:

amateur

category

correspond

environment

frequently

language

occur

queue

signature

twelfth

 

There are spelling assignments for you to complete on EdShed to practise this week’s spellings.

 

English

This week in grammar we have looked at synonyms (words with the same meaning). Rewrite these sentences and improve them by choosing a better synonym for the underlined words. 
 

The cave was big and scary
The angry tiger ran quickly.

Everywhere she looked she saw old, empty houses. 
The girl, who was nice and lovely, skipped down the street. 
 

Maths 

On EdShed, there is an assignment to complete about square and cube numbers. Please also go on Times Tables Rockstars. 
 

9/10/20

 

This week's spellings are:

 

I have assigned this week's spellings to you on EdShed to practise. 

 

 

English 

Click on the link below to explore a CBBC Newsround article all about Black History Month 2020. Once you have read it and watched the videos, write down 5 things that you learnt about Black History Month and why it is celebrated. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/49883230 

 

Maths 

There is a maths assignment to complete on EdShed. Please also remember to visit TTRS to practise your times tables. 

2/10/20

This week, I have sent home your logins for Edshed. I have assigned you some games to play on Spelling shed to practise this week's spellings. 

achieve

bargain

controversy

disastrous

foreign

interfere

nuisance

programme

secretary

temperature

 

English

As we have nearly finished our class novel, Kensuke's Kingdom, I would like you to design a new front cover for the book and also write a blurb for the book. Remember the blurb should be a summary of the story but not give away the ending! You can also include a short review of what you would rate the book and whether you would recommend it. You can do this by hand or on the computer. 

 

Maths

The next maths topic we are working on is multiplication. I have set you some assignments on multiplication to complete on Maths Shed. Please also go on Times Tables Rockstars a few times this week to practise your times tables. 

 

25/9/20

 

This week's spellings:

according 

awkward

conscious

dictionary

familiar 

individual

neighbour

profession

sacrifice

system 

 

English

Change the following sentences to make them sound more formal:

 

1) I'm so sad. 

 

2) We're well happy that it is the weekend. 

 

3) I'm gutted my holidays been cancelled. 

 

4) My neighbour is well mean. 

 

5) Dude, I can't believe you done that. 

 

 

Maths 

 

Roll a dice. Use the dice to create two 6-digit numbers (e.g. 563,521). Then add these numbers together. Then take the smallest number away from the largest. Use a calculator to check you are right. Repeat this 3 times. 

If you don't have a dice, you can use the virtual dice on the link below:

 

https://dice.virtuworld.net/?sides=9

 

 

 

 

18th September 

 

This week's spellings are:

accompany

average

conscience

develop

explanation

immediately

necessary

privilege 

rhythm 

symbol 

 

English 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zsrt4qt 

Visit this link on BBC bitesize to remind yourself what a relative clause was. Then I would like you to write 5 sentences which include a relative clause about the picture below. Underline the relative pronoun in your sentences. 

 

 

Maths 

This week we have learnt about how to round numbers. Click on the link below and I would like you to play the game to practise rounding. If you are struggling, click on the option that says 'with numberline'. If you are confident, please use the 'no numberline' option. 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/rocket-rounding 

 

11th September 

 

This week's spellings are:

muscle 

prejudice

available

determined

rhyme

identity

accommodate

suggest

competition

existence

 

This week's homework:

 

Read the following Ancient Greek myth and answer the questions about it. I will also upload the answers for you to check your own. If you have any questions about it, please either email me on using my teacher email or ask me in class! 

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