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Kislingbury CE Primary School

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Homework (W/C 29th June)

If you are in Miss Holland's class, you can focus on the homework set from this class, but please look at the writing challenge for this week! If you want some extra challenge to fill your time, please feel free to use any or all resources listed below.

This week's homework is based around the e-book "Fee Fi Fo Fum" (attached in the documents section below). This follows on from last week's story 'Little Red Riding Hood' (if you missed it, this story is also in the documents section). Read the story with your adult (adult reading) and discuss the character's actions through the story. See if you can act out the action words, such as 'crept' 'scrambled' 'tripped' 'climbed'. 

Maths
This week in class we have been looking at length, height and weight. You could compare your family's height using the vocabulary short, shorter than, shortest, long, longer than and longest. You could compare length using the vocabulary long, longer than, longest, short, shorter than, shortest. See who in your family can make the longest line of building blocks, or has the longest arms, or even the shortest feet! Also you could compare how heavy objects are using the vocaulary light, lighter than, lightest, heavy, heavier than and heaviest.

Chilli Challenge: Can you find something in your house that looks like it would be really heavy but it is actually light (e.g. a large cardboard box)

Writing
This week we have a very special task to say goodbye to our Year 6 buddies. At the end of the school year we normally write a letter to our buddy to thank them for this year and wish them good luck.

Think carefully about how you might spell your buddy's name. You can write a letter and an adult can take a picture to email Miss Pittam at a.pittam@kislingburyprimary.uk

For Example:
To _______
Thank you for being a good buddy. Good luck at big school.
From _______

I will be very impressed if you include your own sentences in your letter!

Reading Books
Do not forget that children can read these phonics ebooks.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=Age+4-5&level=&level_select=&book_type=Phonics&series=#

If You Are Not In School At The Moment...
Remember to practise your phonics on the Teach Your Monster To Read app/website.
There are full phonics lessons from the middle of Phase 3 on this Youtube Channel.
Full maths home activities are available at this website.

Have a great week!

From Miss Pittam