Below, you'll find the homework set for this week. Homework will now be set weekly, on Wednesdays. You should spend no longer than 45 minutes (excluding 15 minutes daily reading) completing your homework and return it by the following Monday; we will then mark it as a class.
I would like every child to read for 15 minutes every day. This could be a story, a newspaper or other non-fiction text. It would be great if you could discuss what you've read and record your reading in your homework book.
For this week, I would like you to practise all of the times tables you are not confident with. I would like you to write them out in full and rehearse them. There will be a times table challenge next week. You can also try some of the sites below to help you practise.
If you're already confident with your times tables and know them all by heart, you could try the challenge below.
On Friday, we started to listen to and discuss the World War 1 song, 'Pack Up Your Troubles'. I would like you to research some other WW1 songs. In your homework book, record the name of the songs you find and who they are by. I would then like you to choose your favourite and explain your choice.
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