P6 Reading Homework (Misss Prior) WB 18.01.16

For the last two weeks we have been focusing on reading skills in class, specifically inference.This weeks homework is a reading comprehension sheet.  You can complete the homework on the sheet.

In a previous post I said to complete the work for the next Thursday. However, to give me time to mark I have decided Wednesday is better.

People who did not do this weeks homework please also do this for next week.

Homework due-27.01.16

Creative spelling!

Thanks and well done to Kirsty, Tobey and Rebecca who all decided to bake in order to help them remember their spelling words last week.

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P6 homework for Miss Longford for Monday 25th Jan

P.E. decide on your own homework that has to be P.E. based and something that you don’t normally do. e.g. I go to dance classes every week so this week I’ll ride my bike at the weekend too or go for a run.

Write your aim or target in your homework jotter and evaluate how well you managed to achieve it afterwards.

Everyone has spelling words for next Monday and should draw a picture which features all of the words.

P6 Skiing

Yesterday was our first ski session and everyone seemed very happy to get straight back to whizzing down the hill!

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Drumming workshop

P6 are lucky enough to have the opportunity to take part in a drumming workshop which takes place on alternate Tuesdays.

Here are a few photos from our first session.

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P6 Reading Homework

All children in primary 6 are expected to read 20 minutes each night!

Reading homework will be issued each Thursday for the following Thursday. It will usually be a task about home reading books or a comprehension task following on from reading skills being focused on in class.

Homework due 21/01/16

Find five interesting words in your home reading book. Write down the meaning of each word then use each one in a sentence of your own.

Miss Prior 🙂

Reading in P6 this term

This term P6 will be practicing reading comprehension skills such as questioning and inference with Miss Prior.

With Miss Longford we will be focusing on non-fiction texts and there will be no school group reading books sent home. All children are still expected to read for a minimum of 20 minutes per night as they will be completing work based on their individual home reading in class.

The new tables focus this term is the eight times table. We will be practicing these regularly in class and it is expected that children spent time each day learning them too.