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Times Tables and Number Bonds

For the next couple of weeks I would like you work really hard at learning your 2, 5 and 10 times tables and the division facts that go with them.

Here are some websites that you can use to help your practising.

www.timestables.co.uk/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-the-2-times-table-with-bridget-the-lioness/zrrx92p

There are also lots of apps that can help you remember the facts.

Also, I would like you to keep practising your addition and subtraction facts. You could use the 1 Minute Maths App from White Rose to help you with this. It is free to download.

I would like you to try and spend some time practising each day in order to really secure your knowledge of these facts.

Homework 28th January 2022

Today in class we have been thinking about how we could welcome Caleb, the refugee in our story, to the UK. For homework this week I think it would be nice for you to write a welcome message to a real refugee arriving in the UK.

You can do this at Refugee Council Welcome Messages

If you would like to, you can take a screenshot or copy and paste your message and send it into school so that I can see it too.

Number Formation

We would like you to practise forming numbers correctly at home. This means you need to think about making sure they are facing the right way and are formed carefully so that they can’t be mistaken for a different number. If you are writing 2 digit numbers you need to check that you have got the digits in the right order so that numbers like 12 don’t look like 21!

Here are some activities that you can download and do at home to help you practise.

T-N-291-number-formation-workbook-0-20_ver_2

t-n-4411-number-formation-activity-sheet-0-to-9-_ver_6

t-n-6039-number-formation-10-to-20-activity-sheet-

School Council Homework

In the next couple of weeks, we are going to be electing our new School Council members. For your homework we would like you to write a speech, with your grown ups, to present to the class about which school council you would like to be part of and why you should be elected.

The school councils we have are:

  • Worship
  • Fun and Games
  • Eco
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Healthy Helpers

Haughmond Class Work

Hi Haughmond Class!
Just to let you know that Mrs Johnson has uploaded some lovely activities for you to complete at home onto your class Teams. You will need to log in using the account details given to you by school. Once you are logged into your teams, you need to click on ‘Teams’ on the left had side and make sure you are on ‘Haughmond’ in order to find the correct channels for your work.
We hope you enjoy the activities.
Miss Lloyd-Jones

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