Our topic next term is Flow. We will be looking at rivers, their origins and where they go. Homework for this week and over the holidays is to find out about a river. It can be a river close by or a river somewhere exotic. The children can write about it or find pictures and present their information anyway they like. A diagram, a map, a guidebook, brochure or picture. If this could please be returned on Monday 29th April.
Many apologies but homework has not been sent out today. It will come home on Monday instead to be back in by Friday 05.04.19.
As part of our topic we need to compare present day Rome to the Rome of the past. Please can you find out some information about Rome today and present it in any way you wish, a list of facts, information booklet, tourist brochure. Things you might want to find out about are the climate, population, tourist attractions, food etc. Please can this be brought in by Wednesday 20th March
For homework this week I would like the children to familiarise themselves with Roman numerals I have enclosed a sheet with the key numbers they need to know. Perhaps you could encourage them to see where they can find Roman numerals, on a clock or on the credits of a television program are a couple of examples. They also have their usual spellings and times tables.
1st March 2019
Homework was sent home on a slip of paper on Wednesday.
The homework is for World Book Day on Thursday 7th March and is in two parts
Part 1: The children will need a box for next Thursday to construct a model for World Book Day in school. A shoe box or similar sized box will be ideal. If they want anything other than paper, card, paint, glue and crayons they will need to bring that in as well. Some of the examples of Book in a Box models we have looked at on line include lego figures, plastic animals etc.
Part 2: I would like the children to produce a reading rock, this is a small stone/ pebble that they have painted/ coloured to represent a book. This also needs bringing in next Thursday 7th March as we would like to use them as a treasure hunt for other classes.