Year 6 Homework
Please find below examples of Reasoning Quizzes for your information:
Miss Childs – ratio and proportion p25
Mrs Johnston – Percentages P23 Q3 and 4
Writing instructions p35
Harder – Moonfleet
Easier – The pied piper of Hamelin
Deceive , conceive, receive, perceive, ceiling.
Miss Childs – p24 percentages
Mrs Johnston – p21 Q14 and 15 adding and subtracting fractions
Poems about world war 2
reference, referee, preference, transfer, transference.
Miss Childs – percentages p23
Mrs Johnston- p15 multiples
P12- possessive apostrophe
Referring, referred, referral, preferring, preferred, transferring, transferred.
Miss Childs- There will be no maths homework for Miss Childs’ group this week as the children need to go over dividing fractions in class first. However, percentages, ratio and proportion will be our next concepts and it would be useful for the children to use their study books to prepare themselves.
Mrs Johnston- p43 2D shape
P42-43 reading comprehension poems
Co-ordinate, re-enter, co-operate, co-own.
Writing – (optional for Mrs Johnston’s literacy group but not Miss Childs’ literacy group)
P34 informal letters
Miss Childs – p22 fractions
Mrs Johnston – p42 2D shape
Comprehension questions P38-41
p17 inverted commas
Visible, visibly, incredible, incredibly, sensible, sensibly.
Miss Childs – p21 adding and subtracting fractions (q13 is optional)
Mrs Johnston – Q9,10,11 of p20
P13 missing letters
We have provided 2 levels of reading comprehension exercises as we have had feedback from some parents that their children are struggling with the level of difficulty.
Comprehension- The curse of the Gloamglozer (hard)
The Swiss family Robinson (easier)
Possible, possibly, horrible, horribly, terrible, terribly.
P15-16 commas, brackets and dashes
Miss Childs- p19-20 fractions
Mrs Johnston- p20 Q6,7 and 8
Changeable, noticeable, forcible, legible.
Miss Childs – p15-17 multiples, factors and prime numbers
Mrs Johnston- p19 fractions
All- P10-11 sentence punctuation
David Copperfield Sheet
Dependable, Comfortable, Understandable, Reasonable, Enjoyable, Reliable
Mrs Johnston and I are trying something slightly different with your homework this week. We have now almost completed a whole term of learning. We would like you to decide what your homework should consist of for this week. You could do a presentation on your learning for the term or you could ask for work on certain areas that you would like to consolidate. The choice is yours. Just make sure you spend at least as long on your homework as you normally would. Mrs Johnston and I are very interested to see what work you produce.
Miss Childs p13 scaling and rates
Mrs Johnston p9 multiplication
The lost diary of Snow White- comprehension
Adorable, applicable, considerable, considerably, tolerable.
All children- p11 determiners
Miss Childs- division p10
Mrs Johnston- subtraction p8
Reading comprehension- The story of my life.
Assistant, assistance, obedient, obedience, independent, independence.
Miss Childs p9 multiplication
Mrs Johnston p7 addition
Reading comprehension ‘The yellow train’
Innocent, innocence, decent, decency, frequent, frequency, confident, confidence.
Don’t forget your times tables (5 minutes every night)
Hesitant, hesitancy, hesitation, tolerant, tolerance, toleration, substance, substantial
Miss Childs decimals p5 mental maths p11
Mrs Johnston negative numbers p3
Questions on the pig heart boy.
p14 – its and it’s
Miss Childs – p7 and p8 addition and subtraction
Mrs Johnston- ordering decimal sheet
Miss Childs- – Rounding p6
Mrs Johnston – Decimals p5
p51 handwriting (optional additional handwriting activity)
p5 Q 1 and 2
Miss Childs p2 ordering numbers and p3 negative numbers
Mrs Johnston p6 rounding
Spellings (write a sentence for each word in homework book)
Miss Childs- p 1
Mrs Johnston – p1