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Homework Grids Summer Term 1 2018

FSU Summer Term 1

 

This term we will be continuing to look out for the signs of Spring and Summer and looking at life on the farm.

Please support your child in choosing and completing an average of one activity a week in their homework books.

 

1.   Draw your favourite farm animal and label it.

Further challenge; write one or more sentences about the animal you have drawn

4. Make a fruit salad.

Further challenge; write a list of the ingredients that you used, write the method

7. Tell someone something you are really good at in school and something outside of school.   

 

2.   Think up your own story for an adult to write down with a dog as the main character.

 

5. Go to the library and find a story book  you have never read before and a new information book (non-fiction book) to take home and read.

 

8. Play your favourite music and make up a dance routine.

3.   Go on a hunt around your house to see what 2d and 3d shapes you can find.

6. Can you add up how many taps and how many beds you have in your house and find the total?

 

9. Make an obstacle course in the garden. Write or dictate the instructions for completing it using positional language e.g. go over the broom, under the blanket, around the shed etc.

 

 

Please don’t hesitate to speak to a member of staff if you would like clarification of any of the tasks. Enjoy!

 

Year 1 and 2 Homework Grid- Spring Term 2018

 

Below is a choice of 8 different tasks for you to complete for your homework.

It is up to you which tasks you complete and in which order each week,

Please hand in on a Friday.

 

Remember you can be as creative as you like with these tasks.

In addition, please read every day, practise spellings and the common exception words which the children need to be able to read and write by the end of the year.

 

Year 3/4  Summer Term  2018

 This term's grid to come.Please check your child's Homework book for the grid.

  

Below is a choice of 9 different tasks for you to complete for your homework. The tasks that are starred ( * ) are compulsory - you must complete them. It is up to you which tasks, and levels, you complete each week and hand in on a Thursday.

Remember you can be as creative as you like with these tasks.

 

Task 1: Literacy

Write a piece of work based on plants or flowers. It could be a story, newspaper article, explanation text, poem or any other genre you can think of.

 

Must: I can use capital letters, ending punctuation

( . ? ! ) and make sure my sentences make sense

Should: I can use conjunctions (because, when, if, etc) to join my sentences and paragraphs organise my ideas

Could: I can use different ways to open my sentences and a wider range of punctuation ( , “ ” )

Task 2: RE/PSHE

Create a piece of work that reflects a feeling. This could be one of the feelings related to our PSHE work (surprised, worried, relaxed) or one of your own.

 

Must: I can create a piece of work based on a feeling

Should: I can explain how my work reflects a feeling

Could: I can explain what I would like other people to feel when they look at my piece

 

Task 3: PE

Teach someone outside of school an activity that involves you both being active. This could be an activity you have done in school/at a club or one you have created yourself.

 

Must: I can teach someone an activity and evaluate how successful my teaching

Should: I can take feedback from others on how I taught my activity and how people felt doing it.  

Could: I can make suggestions on how to improve the activity and how I taught it

 

Task 4: Art

Create a piece of artwork based on our topic of flowers (or plants) and in the style of an artist.

 

Must: I can use one medium in a traditional way

Should: I can use more than one medium, sometimes using it in different ways

Could: I can use a range of different mediums in a range of different ways

*Task 5: Literacy

Write a reply to this term’s letter to you from Miss Sherwood.

 

Must: I can use capital letters, ending punctuation

( . ? ! ) and make sure my sentences make sense

Should: I can use conjunctions (because, when, if, etc) to join my sentences and paragraphs organise my ideas

Could: I can use different ways to open my sentences and a wider range of punctuation ( , “ ” )

Task 6: Science

Design a new flower. You can present this as a sketch, a model or any other way you choose.

 

Must: I can describe what a flower looks like, its habitat and how it produces/consumes food 

Should: I can describe how the flower produces/consumes food 

Could: I can explain the effect of its habitat, and other factors such as prey, on the plant

 

*Task 7: Maths

Create a piece of work on Roman Numerals. This could be explaining what they mean or you could use them in a word problem.

 

Must: I can read and use Roman Numerals up 12

Should: I can read and use Roman Numerals up 100

Could: I can read and use Roman Numerals over 100

Task 8: Geography

Research a location and record the physical geography of it (what it looks like and the natural things that are there).

 

Must: I can represent landmarks in an area

Should: I can represent the land’s appearance

Could: I can explain what the land is used for and its impact on the people living on it and using it

 

Task 9: Free Choice

 

 

Please check with Miss Sherwood that the task you would like to carry out is suitable for your homework.

Year 5/6 Summer 2018 Let's get moving!

Please keep an eye on Activelearn for grammar, maths games along with guided reading books and Mathletics for maths games. Please read at least 4 times a week at home!

 

Write a secret message for Mrs Bending using Viking runes.

 

Make a model or a detailed labelled diagram of a Viking or Anglo-Saxon artefact.

 

Create 5 word problems based on a Viking theme. Remember to include the answers!

 

Make a comic strip version of a Norse myth.

 

Write a job advertisement for a Viking warrior.

Wanted – Viking Warrior

Must be…

Be able to…

Must be good at…

 

Who was Sir Issac Newton? Design a poster to tell the whole Newton story.

  • What are the pros and cons of friction?
  • Describe what would happen if gravity did not exist.

 

 

Draw a diagram, using arrows, to show the forces in action when driving a car.  (gravity, air resistance, friction and driving force).

Investigate how chocolate or jelly or water can be changed into different states (solid, liquid, gas). Take photographs or draw pictures to show the different states. Are these reversible or irreversible changes?

 

Write a prayer for our Prayer Area. It can be about whatever you like. If it is going on display remember it needs to be neat and well presented.

 

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