Homework, 100 word challenge #5 & spellings

Homework

Maths – Fractions of amount worksheet (Due Wednesday)

PHSE – Should children be allowed to eat junk food? (Due Wednesday)

100 Word Challenge

You may want to think about including the following;

  • Relative clause
  • 2A sentence
  • Ly or ing opener
  • Think about the noun chain you are using.

Task:  Use the picture below to inspire you 100 words. You may want to think about some of the questions below before writing.

Who lives there?

Where is it?

Why would they want to live there?

What do they do all day?

 

Spellings

Group 1 – lie, tie, pie, cried, tried

Group 2 – flies, tries, copies, babies, carries

Group 3 – truly, duly, wholly, fully, daily, publicly, dryly, slyly, shyly, coyly

Group 4 – though, although, dough, through, breakthrough, thought, bought, brought, fought, ought

Homework & spellings

Homework

Solve Emoji – maths worksheet (Due Wednesday)

TTRS – 20 games on garage (Due Tuesday)

Sentence openers worksheet (Due Wednesday)

 

Spellings

Group 1 – sea, dream, meat, each, scream

Group 2 – reply, cry, terrify, multiply, sly

Group 3 – basically, frantically, dramatically, magically, tragically, comically, actually, accidentally, occasionally, eventually

Group 4 – musician, politician, electrician, magician, dietician, statistician, technician, beautician, clinician, mathematician

Homework, spellings & 100 word challenge #4

Homework

TTRS – Team Mr Muskett Vs Team Mrs Smith (Friday)

PHSE – Think about the following for our debate next week – ‘Should children be given the right to vote in an election?’ (Wednesday)

Reading – Read up to your given chapter in your group read (Monday)

-Using a piece of A4 paper draw and label a picture of one of the characters from the book. (Wednesday)

Spellings

Group 1 – play, way, stay, today, say

Group 2 – metal, pedal, hospital, animal, capital

Group 3 – gently, simply, humbly, nobly, horribly, terribly, wearily, angrily, comfortably, incredibly

Group 4 – invention, injection, action, question, mention, attraction, translation, devotion, position, solution

100 word challenge – Due Friday 29th November

Use the picture below as inspiration for your 100 words. Think about what we have been doing in class recently to improve our writing and try to include some of the following;

  • 2A sentence (2 adjective before the noun)
  • Relative clause (Using who or which)
  • Adverb opener (ly opener)

Write your comment below as we have done before.

Homework & 100 word challenge #3

Homework

Reading – Read up to page…. in your new reading book. (Tuesday)

Maths – 40 games on garage on TTRS (Wednesday)

PHSE – To think about our topic of our next debate

‘Should children have to wear school uniform?’ (Wednesday)

100 word challenge

To be posted as a comment below before Friday 15th November.

The challenge this week is to use the passage below within your writing, you may choose to use it at the start, in the middle or at the end.

…footsteps slowly creaked on every step of the stairs. The handle on the door turned slowly…

 

Please can you think about including the following in your 100 words.

  •  Powerful vocabulary
  •  A 2A sentence ( For example; The towering, explosive wave crashed over the surfers head.)
  •  Capital letters and full stops correctly.

 

 

100 Word Challenge #2

100 word challenge 

To be posted as a comment below before Wednesday 16th October

Use the picture below to inspire your 100 words short story. Think about some of the following questions before you start.

  • Who are the people on the ladder?
  • Are they climbing to or from the moon?
  • What is at the other end of the ladder?
  • What’s inside the moon?

*Please remember that having help at home is great but it is important that you type the 100 words yourself.

Spellings – To be tested on 11/10/19

Group 1- sing, string, hang, long, song

Group 2- badge, edge, bridge, dodge, fudge

Group 3- hear, here, heal, heel, main, mane, mail, male, knot, not

Group 4- medal, meddle, missed, mist, scene, seen, board, bored, witch, which

 

Just a reminder that you need to know the meanings and be able to use your spellings in a sentence.

100 word challenge & spellings

Spellings – To be tested on Monday 17th June

Group 1 – enough, young, touch, double, trouble, country, courage, rough, tough, cousin

Group 2 – antiseptic, anticlockwise, antisocial, antidote, antibiotic, interrupt, intervene, interlude, intermediate, international.

 

100 word challenge – To be posted as a comment below before Tuesday 18th June (8:45am)

Use the picture below to inspire your 100 words, remember to try and think about the following things;

  •  Powerful vocabualry
  •  Noun chain
  •  Openers
  •  Parenthesis (brackets, relative clauses)

You may also want to think about answering some of these questions in your writing;

  • What is this device?
  • Where did it come from?
  • What power does it possess?
  • Who (or what) is holding it?

Spellings & homework

Spellings – To be tested next Friday

Group 1 – address, busy, business, heart, fruit, breathe, strange, complete, extreme, forwards

Group 2 – strength, length, purpose, history, different, difficult, separate, suppose, therefore, knowledge

Maths – Finding change worksheet (Due Wednesday)

– 10 games on sound check TTRS

Play – To continue with learning your script (No scripts after half term)

Costume – Bring in anything you think might be appropriate.