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Homework

Homework sent home Monday 15th October

Due back in school on Monday 29th October.

London Landmarks

The children are learning about London this term and for homework they have been asked to make a 3D model of a London Landmark. 

You have 2 weeks to complete your model including the half term holiday.

This homework is due back in school on Monday 29th October.  

Have fun creating together!

You can download homework instructions from the link below.

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Homework sent home Monday 8th October

Due back in school on Monday 15th October.

    Handwriting    

This week the children are practising their handwriting. Please look carefully at how to form each letter and remember that you always start with your pencil on the line for each letter. Try tracing over the dotted lines to practise the letter and then try to write some letters of your own along the line. 

 

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Homework sent home on Monday 1st October

Due back in school Monday 8th October

Maths 

The children have been looking at numbers and sequencing of these numbers in school. For homework they have raindrops with some missing numbers in the sequences which they need to identify. Copies of these sheets can be downloaded from links below.

  Science  

The children have been asked to go home and look around the rooms in their homes to identify different materials that are used for different objects e.g. glass for windows, paper to cover walls, fabric for a tablecloth, wood to make a table etc...

The children have also been asked to think about why a material is suitable for a particular object.

Please could the children bring into school small samples of the different materials (things that you do not want anymore), so that we can sort and collect in the classroom.

Thank you

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Homework sent home on Monday 24th September

Due back in school Monday 1st October

Handwriting

This week the children are practising their handwriting. Please look carefully at how to form each letter and remember that you always start with your pencil on the line for each letter. Try tracing over the dotted lines to practise the letter and then try to write some letters of your own along the line. 

North Crescent Handwriting style

Please help your child to hold their pencil correctly

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Homework sent home on Monday 17th September

Due back in school Monday 24th September

Counting and writing numbers

This week the children have some maths homework and are practising forming the numerals correctly and then counting the animals they see in the picture. 

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Homework sent home on Monday 10th September

Due back in school by 17th September

All about me - Homework

This weeks homework is for you to complete with your families  (You can ask your family to write for you).  You could draw some pictures and/or include photographs.

I would like you to tell me all about you so that I can get to know you quickly and learn about what things you like to do.

 

The following questions might help you:

  • Who belongs to your family (including pets)?
  • How would you describe yourself?
  • What activities/ hobbies / interests do you like to do?
  • What clubs/groups do you belong to?
  • What are you good at?
  • What things do you find difficult?
  • What do you wish you could do?
  • What do you like about school and what are you looking forward to this year?
  • What motivates you to learn (what ways help you to learn best)?
  • What upsets or frustrates you?
  • What makes your family proud of you?
  • Is there any special information you feel I need to know about you e.g. new house/baby etc..?

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Summer Holiday Homework

Your summer home learning project is to fill your ‘Envelope of Summer’.

Please fill your envelope to help you tell your friends what you did over the summer.  There is one rule…
it must fit in the envelope!
Here are some ideas:
 Photos of family/friends/places visited
 Drawings
 Writing/ diary entries
 Leaflets / tickets
 Things found when you have been out exploring
I hope you have a lovely summer and I cannot wait to see what you fill your

‘Envelope of Summer’ with!

This homework is due back in school on Tuesday 4th September.

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