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Have a fabulous half term. We look forward to seeing you all back on Monday 25th February. Don't forget to download the new school app: TheschoolApp, where you can find lots of info and important dates at your fingertips :)

Homework

Homework sent home Monday 11th February

Due back in school on Monday 25th February

A World of Animals Creative Homework

The children’s theme this term is A World of Animals. They are learning to group animals by what they eat and where they live. The children are also learning about different countries around the world.

Please choose a creative task from below:

  • Every animal has a special place to live. Create a home for an animal using a small box.

Here are some examples:

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  • Make a 3D model of an animal or animal hand puppet.

Here are some examples:

       

  • A landmark, building or bridge from around the world.

Here are some examples:

       

I hope that you have fun working on these creative projects with your family and I cannot wait to see them when you return after the half term holiday.

Mrs Barber

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Homework sent home Monday 4th February

Due back in school on Monday 11th February

     Maths       

In school today we have been learning about Chinese New Year so our homework continues this theme.

Black Bears and Brown Bears are counting in 10's on the Chinese lanterns. Please help your child to recognise the pattern . 

Panda Bears are adding and cracking the code for a special message.

Polar Bears are solving problems about Chinese New Year celebrations.

Have fun!

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Homework sent home Monday 28th January

Due back in school on Monday 4th February

    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.

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Homework sent home Monday 21st January

Due back in school on Monday 28th January

This week the children have been learning their number bonds to 20 by using their number bonds to 10 to help them.

Homework is to continue this learning and complete the number bond pattern sheet and  a number bond stick sheet.

It is so important that the children know the number bonds to 10 with rapid recall so anytime they can spend learning them will be of a great benefit to them.

Homework can be downloaded from links below.

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Homework sent home Monday 14th January

Due back in school on Monday 21st January

 

Symbols

 

   

The children have been on a hunt around the school for symbols and we have looked at some of the symbols that are familiar to them in class today. For homework can the children go on a symbol hunt around the home and maybe on their journey to school, or a visit somewhere. Then draw the symbols they see in the grid and say what they mean.

 

The children decided on some  extra homework  to find out the difference between

a tortoise and a turtle

and

an alligator and a crocodile.

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Homework 7-1-19

Thank you to the children that returned their homework today, you all sounded like you had a lovely Christmas. If you have not returned your homework you have an extra week to finish  and it can be brought back to school anytime up to 14-1-19.

There will be no new homework given out this week, in line with the rest of the school, so please try to do some extra reading at home.

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Homework sent home Monday 17th December

Due back in school on Monday 7th January

The children have been asked to describe their Christmas by drawing and writing about it. This could be a detailed description of their entire Christmas Day or different events they have enjoyed over the whole Christmas and New Year holidays. 

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Homework sent home Monday 10th December

Due back in school on Monday 17th December

    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.

The children also have some Christmas themed high frequency words to colour when they read them.
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Homework sent home Monday 3rd December

Due back in school on Monday 10th December

    Maths   

 

This week the children are practising recognition of odd and even numbers.

They have been asked to colour in the sheep blue or red depending on whether the number is even or odd.

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Homework sent home Monday 26th November

Due back in school on Monday 3rd December

    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 Monday 19th November

Due back in school on Monday 26th November.

The children’s Christmas Production this year is ‘A Midwife Crisis’.

For homework this week we would like the children to design the front cover of the programme for the Christmas production.

All the designs will be entered into a competition and the best two will be used for our programme.

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Homework sent home Monday 12th November

Due back in school on Monday 19th November.

   Maths    

This week the children are looking at  1 more and 1 less than a number by counting on and counting back from a number. The children are learning the skill of counting on and counting back from any number rather than always starting at  0 or 1.

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Homework sent home Monday 5th November

Christmas Play songs

For homework this week the children have been asked to try and learn the words  to the songs in our Christmas play. They have been given a double sided sheet with all the words on.

 

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Homework sent home Monday 29th October

Due back in school on Monday 5th November.

    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 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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