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Homework: Write ten sentences using five of your spelling words and write the same sentence without the apostrophe, e.g.

**a sunny day.**

__It's__**a sunny day.**

__It is__**all going to Castillo D La Luz.**

__We're__**all going to Castillo De La Luz.**

__We are__Our mental maths questions on Thursday 31st May were:

There were three sheep and they all had two lambs. How many lambs did they have?

Kerenza and her two friends shared 9 apples equally. How many apples did they get each?

How many more apples would they need to have four apples each?

Mrs Webb bought six boxes of pencils. Each box had five pencils in it. How many pencils did Mrs Webb buy?

She needed 31 pencils for all the children in her class. How many more pencils did she need?

There were eight penguins on an iceberg. Half of the penguins decided to go swimming. How many went swimming?

There were eight penguins on an iceberg. A quarter of the penguins decided to go swimming. How many went swimming?

Farmer Garrett took 15 cows to market. Farmer Boam took 12 cows to market. How many cows went to market altogether?

There were 9 people on a bus. 15 more people got on but 3 got off. How many people are on the bus now?

Miss Julie has 72 sweets. She shares them equally between eight children. How many sweets does each child get?

Next week we will continue to practising worded problems. Our maths homework is a sheet on time and perimeters and this should be handed in on Friday 8th June.

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