Lime Class Homework
Handed out: Friday 6th December
Due in: Thursday 12th December
Spelling test: Friday 13th December
Your spellings come from a new list – the attached Key Stage 2 spelling list. We will set and test these each week for the rest of this term and the next. They will be reviewed more than once. Next week you will be tested on the first twenty words (accommodate to community). These are on Lime Class Spelling List 2.
If you have been told you will be working on other spellings, please learn the next twelve words of the alternative list (from ‘consider’ to ‘enough’). These are on Lime Class Spelling List 1.
Production Homework – English/Music/Performing Arts
As a class, you have short-listed five productions for our KS2 production to take place in the summer. For your homework, please take a look at these more carefully to help you vote next week.
We will vote for the production over four rounds. The first three rounds will eliminate one production each time, leaving two for a straight vote in the final round. You will be able to vote for your first, second and third choices each round except for the last.
The choices are as follows:
They can all be found at www.musiclinedirect.com
Outstanding IXL Maths Work
If you have not yet completed the number of minutes required for IXL maths homework over previous weeks, this still needs to be done.
Lime Class Spelling List 1 – alternative list
- though / although
Lime Class Spelling List 2 (Upper Key Stage 2 words for learning and revision)
- criticise (critic + ise)
Friday 6th September 2019
There is no written homework this week. We will have our first spelling test next week but this will be based on words the children will not prepare for me (to allow me to set targets).
Children should be reading daily. When our home-school record books arrive, these will provide a space to record reading.
For anyone who wants to go that 'extra mile', our focus this term is on the natural world, especially British plants and animals. Finding out the names of local trees, birds, flowers and other animals and learning to identify them will be a good way to explore this topic away from school