Primary 6 Reading,Maths and Topic Homework

Reading

This term most reading activities will take place in school. Some reading will be set as homework. If your child does not have specific reading homework please encourage them to read for a minimum of 20 minutes each night and try to include a variety of different texts including newspapers and non-fiction. This can be done through traditional sources or digital media. Towards the end of this term pupils will be asked to select one of the books they have read and prepare a book report. They will also be asked to keep a log of the books they have read.

Maths

Practise 4 or 7 Times Table (Pupils have recorded in homework jotter) for Friday 9/9/16

 

Topic

Worksheet about Europe for Friday 9/9/16

P6 Spelling Homework 5.9.16

Spelling Homework – for next Monday 12.9.16

Please READ, COVER, WRITE, CHECK each word twice.  Then complete 1 activity from the bank of activities and do this in your jotter.  Finally complete the sheet handed out for your group.

Blue group – sheet 1 short vowel sounds – please answer 1b and 1f in your homework jotter.  Do the rest on the sheet.

Red groupmissing words and crossword – please complete on sheet.

Any Questions please ask.

Au revoir P6

Thank you P6 for an excellent year full of learning and fun. I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching you all and getting to know you. I hope you have a great summer holiday.

A la prochaine!

 

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P6 Homework

All groups have spelling words and chapters of their group reading book to read.

Also draw a still life object that you found at home using tone and line, bring the object in (could be flowers, vase, cup, fruit) for Thursday.

P6 say goodbye to Stephanie

Last week P6 had their last French lesson with Stephanie and surprised her with a collection of British school songs, poems, rhymes and food as a thank you for all that she shared with us about French culture.

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Singing 'Three Craws sat upon a wall.'

Singing ‘Three Craws sat upon a wall.’

The story of Greyfriar's Bobby.

The story of Greyfriar’s Bobby.

The Proclaimers - 500 miles.

The Proclaimers – 500 miles.

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P6 Homework

As P6 have their class assembly next Thursday (12th)  afternoon, their main homework this week and next will be to prepare for it. This will involve learning lines and practising their plays.

All students still have spelling words and should read the next two or three chapters in their group reading books, depending on what we agree in class for each group.

You should also be practising all times tables.

P6 homework

All groups have spelling words to learn.

Read chapter one of your new group reading book and be ready to discuss it in your literature circles next week. Also think of five open/fat questions (that can’t be answered with one word) about the chapter.

Due Monday 25th April