If you fancy a bit of extra homework over this half term break then why not complete our class research challenge?
You could complete a general project trying to discover some key facts and figures about the country or focus on something specific. Some suggestions below:
Towns and cities
Myths and legends
You can record this research in your homework book or in your file in you wish (Two pages maximum please)
Some links to help:
The school has recently been selected to take part in a National Numeracy scheme that aims to provide ideas and support for parents to assist their child at home and give access to resources. As part of the scheme, Year 3 and 4 are currently taking home ‘scrap book’ challenges as their weekly homework, aimed at providing a fun and engaging activity for parents to do alongside their child.
For the rest of the school, a website has been set up to provide additional resources, videos and support for maths. We would recommend visiting it… http://www.nnparenttoolkit.org.uk/
With the trial being for a limited amount of time only, we would also really appreciate your feedback and views of how you feel about maths in general by completing the online survey below. The link is also on your class blog side. Thank you.
In addition to the help and support in school with the challenges for this terms homework please find a useful link below. The BBC KS2 Bitesize has some very good guides for writing in different formats. To have a quick look at the format just click ‘Read’ or if you want the full range you can play an educational game and watch a short animation as well.
Happy Homework Challenges to you all, as always please comment if you need some extra help.
CLICK THE IMAGE ABOVE TO VISIT THE SITE ——-^
For all of those who have been interested in this week’s ‘BIG STORY’ click the link below to read more about the result from the Newsround website. What does this mean for the U.K. now?
Some great numeracy personal CHALLENGES from our children’s C.A.R.E. board. Next weeks focus is RESPECT. Time for some Amazing Friday Learning (I think that’s what AFL stands for he he) Mr W-G :-)
Today Brandy Class had an exciting music lesson with Mrs Patterson. We did some excellent singing and then started to learn how to read and compose music.