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Homework Week Beginning 23rd September


In English this week we will continue to read stories which are set in familiar places. We will look specifically at the familiar setting of the country side and think of interesting words and adjectives to describe this type of setting. Also, we will try to write an alternative ending for our story and think about how the characters react to different events in the story. Can you draw a picture of the country side and label what you find in this setting? Write a short story about an animal that lives in the country side. Happy writing!


Reading journals – please complete activity.

Year 1: page 3 – about the book you have read at home.

Year 2: page 3 – all about yourself.



In maths we will be doing some addition. To help us we use counters, number lines or hundred squares. You can practise some sums at home. We will also be doing some weighing using cubes and discussing the standard unit of kilograms. Could you do some weighing at home? Maybe you could do some cooking.



In topic we will be investigating if our foot is the same length as from our wrist to our elbow! This will be an interesting investigation. Can you think about the best ways we could carry out this investigation?

We will also be talking about when you were a baby and how you have changed since then. Please look at the attached sheet and fill it in with mum or dad. If you can have it back for Monday 23rd September that would be great.


Miss Plews

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  1. Miss Sawyer Reply

    Your homework sounds very exciting Miss Plews!

  2. Katarina Reply

    I have been doing a drawing of the countryside and it has bunnies.

    • class3 Reply

      Your homework was fabulous Katarina! Such a detailed picture. I especially liked the tiny carrots for the bunnies.

      Miss Plews.

  3. Miss Sawyer Reply

    So how odd they all get on with the homework?

    • class3 Reply

      We have had some lovely homework brought in over the past few weeks. Please come to see our working wall Miss Sawyer, I’m sure you’ll be delighted!

      Miss Plews

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