Torpel’s Home Learning

Home Learning Tasks  

 

Set: Friday 17th November 2017 

Due: Thursday 23rd November 2017

 

Year 5 Mathematics

 

Please complete the activity sheet given to you on adding and subtracting fractions.

 

Year 6 Revision

Reading:

Achieve 100 – pg 24-25 – Beamish, living museum of the North

Achieve 100 plus – pg 26 – 27  – Footwear Fashions

 

SPaG

Achieve 100 – pg 47 & 48 – Homophones; Synonyms and antonyms

Achieve 100 plus – 40 & 41 – Homophones; Synonyms and antonyms

 

 

Mathematics

Achieve 100 – pg – 21 & 23 – Mixed numbers; Adding and subtracting fractions

Achieve 100 plus  – pg 19 – Adding and subtracting fractions

 

Remember to self-mark your work after completion in a different coloured pen/pencil before handing in.

 

 

Torpel Learning Log Activities 

 

Set: Friday 17th November 2017                       Due: Thursday 30th November 2017

TORPEL LEARNING LOG: LIFE-CYCLES

 

In science, we have been finding out about the reproductive cycle of plants. Your task is to research the life-cycle of a plant or animal species of your choice.  Remember to copy any scientific terms accurately, label scientific diagrams with horizontal writing and choose and an interesting species!

 

Remember to put any information into your own words and take care with spelling, punctuation, grammar and presentation.

Reading:

 

Please remember to continue to read aloud to an adult at home – the importance of this cannot be over emphasised and this is part of your Home Learning Tasks set each week. Use the questions in the front of your Reading Record when discussing what you have read. House Points for reading at home will be awarded each week. Remember your Reading Record will be checked every Friday morning!

 

Useful websites to help you with your home learning/revision:

BBC revise wise

Sum Dog

Channel 4 Learning

Woodlands Junior School

Remember!

Please ask for help should you not understand any aspect of your home learning. You could also attend Home Learning Club on a Friday lunchtime should you wish to make an advanced start on your tasks!

Mrs Nicolson