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Stiperstones Homework 28.9.21

Stiperstones Homework 28/9/21 – due in Monday 4th October 2021

Student Council 2021/22

We are looking for sensible and responsible pupils to represent the children of Bomere Heath CE Primary School on the 5 School Councils:

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

Please write a letter to explain why you would be a good school council representative.

Remember to tell us what you are good at, how you will represent your classmates and what you want to achieve in your role!

Stiperstones Homework Tuesday 21st September

Every week, do your best to complete the following:

  1. Daily reading with at least 3 updates in your Reading Diaries.
  2. Times tables – complete any grids in your book and keep practising times tables to stay confident. You can use this website to help you https://www.timestables.co.uk/multiplication-tables-check/
  3. Complete the worksheet for your year group below.

Year 4 Homework

Y5 Homework

Homework Books will be needed in on Tuesdays, ready for the new tasks to be stuck in.

Any problems, just have a chat with Miss Horton, Mrs Quigley or Mr Lack.

 

Stiperstones Home Learning Monday 20th September 2021

Good Morning Stiperstones, we hope you’re ok and can’t wait to have you all back in class very soon!

Your home learning for Monday is below. If you have any problems or questions please do not hesitate to contact me on horton.z@ruyton.shropshire.sch.uk.

Monday 20th September

Maths: Year 4s you will be finding 1, 10 or 100 more or less than a number. Year 5s you are looking at numbers to one million. Watch the video and then complete the worksheet. You can mark your work using the answer sheet when you have finished like we do in class.

Year 4 video: https://vimeo.com/456123596

Year 4 worksheet: Y4 – Find 1, 10, 100 more or less

Year 4 answers: Y4 – Answers

Year 5 video: https://vimeo.com/454736610

Year 5 worksheet: Y5 – Numbers to a million

Year 5 answers: Y5 – answers

English: In class we are thinking about paragraphs and how to structure our writing. Have a look at the PowerPoint presentation on paragraphs then have a go at continuing a story using paragraphs to structure the text.

Paragraph Powerpoint: Paragraphs

Paragraph Worksheet: Paragraph Activity

Reading: Have a go at the reading comprehension for your year group. You will need to use the skills we have been practicing together in class. You can mark your work using the answers that are at end of the comprehension sheet.

Year 4: Year 4 Reading Comprehension

Year 5: Year 5 Reading Comprehension

Computing: Today we will be looking at the types of information you can/should share about yourself online. Have a look at the PowerPoint presentation and think about what would be safe and unsafe information to have on a public profile. Why might it be dangerous for you to reveal personal details about yourself online? Complete the  form on the ‘Awesome Accounts Activity Sheet’ with the information that would be needed to register for and create an online profile. Think about the information you have put on your form and use a highlighter to highlight and label the parts of the registration information that should stay private.

Powerpoint:Too Much Information

Worksheet: Awesome Accounts Activity Sheet

PE: As you know we have been developing our football skills over the past couple of weeks. Have a look at this video on ball mastery and join in with the activities. Remember to make sure you have plenty of space and to listen carefully to the teacher on screen to keep you safe

Ball Mastery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJrxFZ_Xiaw&list=PLe0-UmY0dtX_yKY1l0q0Aoi7mT_6MhVTj&index=19

Any problems, let me know!

Miss Horton 🙂

 

 

Stiperstones online learning – Tuesday 5th January 2020

Hi Stiperstones class,

Happy new year!

I hope you have all had a lovely Christmas break.

For today, until  you have passwords to access your learning in real time via teams, I will upload work to this class page, as we did during the last lockdown, so that you can do the work from there.

English

For English, I am going to ask you to write a diary entry about your Christmas holidays. This is what we would have been doing in class today.

You can either choose a single day to write about, or write about a few days. Either way, make sure you include lots of detail, including expanded noun phrases to describe (with commas between adjectives (e.g. the giant, beautiful, green tree) and adverbs to describe verbs (e.g. I woke excitedly).

Remember to focus on your handwriting, ensuring you write joined and as neatly as possible. Also, think about your basic punctuation – this needs tightening up!

Remember full stops to end each sentence and capital letters to start each new sentence and for names of people or places (proper nouns).

Maths

In maths we were going to be multiplying and dividing by 6.

Here is a  video to follow so that you can still do the same learning.

 

Here is the maths worksheet that corresponds with the video –

Multiply and divide by 6 work sheet

You will need to have this to work on at the same time as playing the video. The video will tell you when to pause the video and complete each part of the sheet. If you can not print the sheet, do not worry! You can write your answers on paper or in a work book.

 

Reading Comprehension 

For reading comprehension, please read the text and then answer the questions in full sentences.

Mo Farah Reading Comprehension Activity

P.E

As we were not in school on Monday and this meant that P.E was missed, please follow this Joe Wicks exercise video as our first P.E session this week.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhHY8mOQ5eo

R.E

For R.E, please can you create a mind map of everything that you think of when you think of the word ‘God’. There are no right or wrong answers and all ideas are valid. You can even draw a picture in the middle of what you envision that a ‘God’ may look like.

 


Remember everyone, you will also need to be accessing Times Tables Rockstars throughout lockdown and will also need to be reading for at least 15 minutes a day to an adult.

Additionally, I will upload your Spellings onto the Stiperstones spelling page on this website each Thursday like usual.

Keep up the hard work  and feel free to email Mrs Winwood on her admin email address if you have any questions for me or if you would like to show me any of your fabulous work.

Stay safe Stiperstones!

Miss L-J

 

 

Stiperstones Homework Friday 11th December 2020

Hi Stiperstones,

Here is this week’s homework…

Spellings – For  spellings please see the Stiperstones spelling page.

Below are the links to Spelling Frame to practise extra spellings if you would like to.

See links below for this:

Year 5 – https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/75/62-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-5-and-6-word-list 

Year 4 –https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/74/36-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-3-and-4-word-list

Reading: Please Remember to be reading to an adult each day. This should be for roughly 15 minutes a time. This is really important and some of you are reluctant to read – but this must be done!

R.E/English Writing –As it is Christingle service next week,  can you draw a picture of a Christingle  and label the elements? You may need to conduct some research to find out what all the elements represent. Please write what each element represents in our own words.

Remember –  keep sending things over by email to Mrs Winwood,  I love to see all of the lovely things you do.

Like usual, remember to  use TT Rock Stars to work on your times tables.  https://ttrockstars.com/

We are still working on getting the issue sorted with the 5s!

if you are having trouble with TT rockstars

Try some of the games on here instead:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables

See you on Monday,

Miss Lloyd-Jones

Stiperstones homework Friday 4th December for Thursday 10th December

Hello

Spellings – For  spellings please see the Stiperstones spelling page.

Below are the links to Spelling Frame to practise extra spellings if you would like to.

See links below for this:

Year 5 – https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/75/62-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-5-and-6-word-list 

Year 4 –https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/74/36-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-3-and-4-word-list

Reading: Please Remember to be reading to an adult each day. This should be for roughly 15 minutes a time. This is really important and some of you are reluctant to read – but this must be done!

English –  For English, please read the story of Pandora’s Box and answer the comprehension questions (remember to answer in full sentences!)

Pandora’s Box Reading Comprehension Activity

Science – For Topic this week, Please can you research some information about the Greek gods? This will help you with your work in the last week of term.

Please keep sending things over by email – I love to see all the fabulous work you do at home!

Like usual, remember to  use TT Rock Stars to work on your times tables.  https://ttrockstars.com/

We are still working on getting the issue sorted with the 5s!

if you are having trouble with TT rockstars

Try some of the games on here instead:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables

See you soon,

Miss Lloyd-Jones

Stiperstones Homework – Friday 27th November for Thursday 3rd December

Hi class,

Spellings – For  spellings please see the Stiperstones spelling page.

Below are the links to Spelling Frame to practise extra spellings if you would like to.

See links below for this:

Year 5 – https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/75/62-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-5-and-6-word-list 

Year 4 –https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/74/36-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-3-and-4-word-list

Reading: Please Remember to be reading to an adult each day. This should be for roughly 15 minutes a time. This is really important and some of you are reluctant to read – but this must be done!

English –  For English, following our work in class this week, this is an activity that will help you use an apostrophe when writing about plural nouns.

Possessive Plural Nouns

If you would also like some more practise with using an apostrophe with singular nouns, I have put an extra sheet below:

Missing Apostrophe Singular nouns

Science – For Science this week, Please can you make it your mission to find out what the word ‘deforestation’ means. Also, do you think you can find out what ‘conservationists’ are?

Like usual, remember to  use TT Rock Stars to work on your times tables.  https://ttrockstars.com/

See you on Monday everyone,

Miss Lloyd-Jones

Homework Friday 20th November 2020 – Due Thursday 26th November

Hi class,

Spellings – For  spellings please see the Stiperstones spelling page.

Once again you can use Spelling Frame to practise extra spellings if you would like to.

See links below for this:

Year 5 – https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/75/62-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-5-and-6-word-list 

Year 4 –https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/74/36-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-3-and-4-word-list

Reading: Please Remember to be reading to an adult each day. This should be for roughly 15 minutes a time. This is really important and some of you are reluctant to read – but this must be done!

English –  For English, following our powerful verb work in class this week, please visit this web page explaining how to use adverbs.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zgsgxfr

Please access this link above. Like usual, there is a video, activity and you can complete the quiz.

Can you write 10 of your own sentences with verbs and adverbs?

Science – For Science this week, Please can you research into Eva Crane’s work on the life cycle of bees.

Also, remember use TT Rock Stars to work on your times tables.  https://ttrockstars.com/

I am sorry that some of you are having difficulties accessing some of the times tables, we are working on trying to resolve this, please bare with us!

Have a nice weekend everyone,

Miss Lloyd-Jones

Stiperstones Homework Friday 13th Nov Due Thursday 19th Nov

Hi class,

Spellings – For  spellings please see the Stiperstones spelling page.

You could also click on Practice/Test on Spelling frame  which gives a random list of words for your age group. This would be good to practise extra spellings if you would like to:

Year 5 – https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/75/62-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-5-and-6-word-list 

Year 4 –https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/74/36-Random-selection-of-12-words-taken-from-years-3-and-4-word-list

Reading: Please Remember to be reading to an adult each day. This should be for roughly 15 minutes a time. This is really important and some of you are reluctant to read – but this must be done!

English –  For English, please visit this web page explaining how to use possessive apostrophes https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zx9ydxs

Please access this link above. There is a video and you can complete the quiz.

This will help with our English lessons next week!

Can you write 10 of your own sentences with possessive apostrophes?

Also, remember to keep on top of times tables!  https://ttrockstars.com/

Have a lovely weekend, see you Monday

Miss Lloyd-Jones

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