The homework focus this term is on reading, spellings and times tables, so please practise these every week. You will have one piece of topic homework to complete before the end of the term. This piece of work will be put on display, so we expect this work to be neatly presented. Thank you.
By the end of year 4, you are expected to be able to recall multiplication and division facts up to 12×12. Therefore, it is important for you to practise your times tables as often as you can and in a random order. We recommend that you start with the 2, 5, 10 and 11 times tables before moving on to the 3, 4, 6 and 8’s. Once you are confident, you can move onto the 7, 9 and 12 times table. You can also look at the patterns between the 3 and 6 multiplications as well as the 4 and 8’s as this may help you to remember them.
Here are some websites to help you:
This term we will be focusing on the following spelling rules:
– ‘ou’ as ‘u’
– ch as ‘k’
– ch as ‘sh’
– common words
– in, il, im
Examples of these spelling are located in the back of your spelling journal on the Year 3/4- Year B page.
There are many different ways to learn your spellings. Here are some examples:
Summer is here
Under the rays
New flowers grow
Write a silly sentence with a spelling word in each sentence and underline the spelling word.
Write your spelling words in alphabetical order.
Cut letters out of newspapers and magazines to spell out your words.
Tell a Story
Write a story using all of your spelling words. Make sure you underline your spelling words.
Please read to an adult as least 3 times a week and make sure this is recorded in your reading record with the page number noted. Remember that you can always use the reading strategies pages in your reading journals to help you decode words in your reading book.
You can always use Bug Club at home too – just don’t answer the questions as we will do that in school.
Choose one of the following to complete by the end of the term:
Make your own Ration Book or gas mask box.
Alternatively, you could create a poster persuading people to help with the war effort.