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Amazing Aztecs and Marvellous Mayans

Spellings will be given out on a Monday (stuck into reading records) and a quiz will take place the following Monday

List1

ly, ic suffix

finally
hopefully
likely
faithfully
thoughtfully
historic
specific
organic
traffic
angelic

List 2

ous suffix

dangerous
enormous
delicious
monstrous
nervous
ridiculous
spacious
gracious
advantageous
ridiculous

List 3

Homophones

steak
stake
waste
waist
weigh
stare
stair
piece
peace
knight

List 4

Revision

waist
waste
nervous
enormous
dangerous
courageous
monstrous
nervous
finally
likely

 

Over the next 2 weeks the children will learn some year 3/4 tricky words. The full list of words the children are expected to know by the end of year 4 can be found in the middle of their reading records.

List 5

accident

bicycle

caught

different

eight

enough

February

height

quarter

separate

List 6

although

build

circle

earth

heart

library

minuet

straight

thought

through

 

Set 3

The children have been given a double sided maths homework, which includes multiplication of 2-digit numbers by a 1-digit number. This same homework is posted below, with a 3rd page that can be used as an extension if the children so wish to give it a go.

Autumn 3: - due 16th November 2020

As we have Multicultural Week next week, we thought it would be great for you to research some maths facts about the country that we will be studying: MEXICO!

We will use the facts to create a poster in class that will be published in our Multicultural Week folder. Examples may include: currency, population, how many cities there are, etc.

Have fun!

Mrs Shepherd and Mrs Garrett

 

Autumn 2 Set 5

This week's homework is a mixture of multiplication and division. The second page has only been given to some children as an extra challenge.

Everyone has been given the first page, but some children may find question 3 quite tricky. We have set it as a challenge for all, but don't worry if it is a bit too much for them. The children do understand that division is the inverse to multiplication, so they could use what they know to help.

We will be looking at long division again in class, so the children will get further opportunities to revisit this problem.

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