Dear Parents

I hope that you and your families are managing to stay safe during these difficult times.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me on the e-mail address provided with your child's workbook. I will reply as soon as possible.

In the meantime I send you my best wishes.

Kind regards

Mrs Dowdall

Please note with the English set for 24 March, the children's answers will all vary but I will post an exemplar for one of the sentences to help you.

Thursday 26th March

Friday 27th March

Monday 30th March

Tuesday 31st March

Maths

1. scalene 2. isosceles 3. eqilateral 4. isosceles 5. right angle scalene 6. eqilateral 7. right angle scalene 8. scalene

Wednesday 1 April

Row 1: rectangle                    rectangle                   rhombus

Row 2: trapezium                   rhombus                    parallelogram

Row 4: square                       kite                             trapezium

FRIDAY 3 APRIL

1. Square    2. Regular pentagon   3. Kite    4. Trapezium   5. Irregular hexagon  6. Quadrilateral   7. Regular octagon

8. Scalene triangle

Determiners

1. few 2. less 3. many/some/three 4. many 5. more 6. any 7. some

Tuesday 21st April

Wednesday 23rd April

Also see Year 4 entry 23 April for tips re extension

Thursday 23rd April

Monday 27th April

For Speech marks 1, the answers will vary. What is in the speech bubble must have inverted commas around it and some form of punctuation before the second speech mark, e.g. comma, exclamation mark or question mark.

Wordsearch

Tuesday 28th April

Wednesday29th April

Red Riding Hood help

Thursday 30th April

Red Riding Hood

A 1. yellow circle 2. red circle  3. red triangle  4. blue square   5. red square   6. yellow square  7. yellow triangle 8. green square  9. yellow triangle  10. green circle  11. yellow square   12. green diamond  13. red triangle  14. red square  15. yellow triangle

B 1. (A,2)  2. (D,5)  3. (E,1)  4. (C,2)  5. (B,4)  6. (E,5)  7. (B,1)  8. (D,3) 9. bllue triangle  10. green diamond  11. yellow triangle  12. red circle

C  1. (1,7) (3,5)  2. (5,2) (7,3)

(2,0) (5,1) 3,3)

(2,4) (1,6) (3,8) (5,6)

Friday 1st May

Wednesday 6th May

Wordsearch

Thursday 7th May

Tuesday 12th May

Wednesday 13th May

Axes should be labelled - type of transport/number of people

Title should be: Transport used to get to work

All bars should be equal width and same space apart

Scale at the side should be evenly spaced and in order: 2,4,6,8 etc

Scale is too high - you don't need to go to 16

Thursday 14th May

Friday 15th May

Red Riding Hood report

Tuesday 2 June 2020

Wordsearch

Comprehension

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Skel 2

Skel 3

Benefits of different skeletons

Maths

Sorting continuous and discrete data