Thursday, 7 June 2018

Homework week beginning 4th June 2018

Our spelling rule for Wednesday 13th June is: words ending in le if they have the long vowel sound you double the consonant, if it is the short vowel sound you don't. This rule doesn't ALWAYS apply!
table
apple
bottle
little
middle
beetle
settle
title
needle
purple
tickle
castle
whistle
chuckle
stumble
battle
bubble
terrible
possible
example.
Homework: Write five sentences showing you understand the meanings of some of your spellings.
Our mental maths questions on Wednesday 6th June were;
There were 14 sheep in one field and 19 in another field. How many sheep altogether?
Emlyn and his friend shared 18 apples equally. How many apples did they each get?
How many more apples would they need to have 11 apples each?
Miss Marrow had 25 books. She shared them equally between 5 of her pupils. How many books did her 5 pupils get?
There were 12 fish in a pet shop. Liam bought a quarter of the fish to put in his tank at home. How many fish did he buy?
Farmer Bennett had 12 pigs on his farm. Farmer Lucas had 3 times as many on his farm. How many pigs did they have altogether?
There were 7 sheep in one field and 5 times as many in another field. How many sheep were there altogether?
Livi and her 2 friends had 9 oranges each. How many oranges did they have altogether?
Miss Anderson has 70 gold stars. She gave 28 of her pupils one gold star each. How many gold stars did she have left?
There were 24 bees in a hive. Three quarters of them flew away when the beehive was disturbed. How many were left?

Next week our mental maths test will be on telling the time, so keep practising telling the time.
Our home work sheet will be based on the work we have been working on in class this week. It should be handed in on Friday 15th June, thank-you.

I have sent a Maths revision sheet home so that you can see the types of questions the children will be asked in their end of term test. This sheet should be kept at home so that you can keep practising these types of questions. Thank you.


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