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Homework 24/01/22

Hello everyone,

For homework this week we will be learning the spelling rule “ay”

Spelling rule homework words, to be copied out into your spelling jotter and then a further two times.
1. play
2. sway
3. spray
4. stay

Common tricky words
1. write
2. go
3. see
4. number

As always can you put at least one of your spelling rule words into a sentence. The children have been working hard on their sentence structure in class:

  • Capital letter at beginning of each sentence.
  • Finger spaces between each word.
  • Writing on the line, check formation of letters.
  • Interesting openers.
  • Punctuation, full stop at the end of a sentence.
  • Using nouns and adjectives to expand our sentence.

We would love to see the children challenge themselves by growing the words. For example,

stay – staying, stayed

Here is a helpful video to reiterate the spelling rule video.

Scottish Poem

This week the children have had their Scottish poem to practise at home. This should be a fun, engaging activity for your child that helps build their confidence and motivation of all things Scottish. Please, feel free to contact us if you have any further questions

Reading

Your child has been issued a new book to read at home. Please return on Friday.

Many thanks for your continued support.

Read and munch

Hello everyone,

On a Friday afternoon we will continue to do read and munch. Children are welcome to bring in a book they are enjoying or would like to share and a healthy snack if desired.

Many thanks

Miss Brown

Homework 17/01/22

Hello everyone,

We hope you have all had a lovely weekend and are ready for the new school week ahead.

Our spelling rule this week is:
“wh”

Spelling rule homework words, to be copied out into your spelling jotter and then a further two times.
1. whip
2. whisk
3. whizz
4. whisper

Common tricky words
1. has
2. look
3. more
4. two

As always can you put at least one of your spelling rule words into a sentence. We would love to see the children challenge themselves by growing the words. For example

whisper – whispers, whispered, whispering
look – looking, looked, looks

Here is a helpful video to reiterate the spelling rule video.

 

Explore the world around you to find other words that use the ou spelling rule. We would love to hear these words in class or write them in your homework jotter.

All homework should be returned by Friday for your teacher to mark.

Maths

The maths homework grid should be attached to your homework assignment on TEAMS. Remember to only complete one activity a week, this can be repeated throughout the week as many times as you would like. The activities chosen should be different each week. This is to give the children some variety and to revise concepts taught throughout the term.

Reading 

Your child has been issued a new book to read at home. If possible you could discuss the content of the book. You could use the three sharing. For example: what your child liked or disliked about the book, their connections or questions about the story. This helps support your child’s comprehension skills.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your child’s teacher.

PE days

Hello everyone,

Wishing everyone a Happy and healthy New Year. Thank you so much for all the kind wishes, cards and gifts at Christmas. It was very thoughful. Hope you all had a lovely time over the festive holidays.

The children have settled well into their new classroom and have enjoyed catching up with each other.

Our PE this term will be on a Tuesday and Wednesday. If your child could bring their PE kit, including indoor shoes on these days. Many thanks.

If you have any questions please let me know.

Miss Brown

 

Christmas Presentation 15/12/21

Hello everyone,

We are looking forward to our Christmas presentation tomorrow afternoon at 2pm. Children received a letter home today containing the Google meet details needed to join. We will open the Google meet at 1:50 pm and will start 2:00 pm.

Children are asked to wear school uniform and are welcome to wear a Christmas hat, headband or some tinsel if they would like but it is not necessary.

We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow.

 

Good morning,

We hope you all have had a lovely weekend.

This week the spelling rule is o_e.

For your spelling homework please copy the words into your homework jotter, two further times.

  1. nose
  2. bone
  3. code
  4. home

Common words

  1. some
  2. her
  3. would
  4. make

Explore the world around you to find other words that use the o_e spelling rule. We would love to hear these words in class.

We would also like you to create a sentence of your own. Your sentence should include at least one or more of the spelling rule words. For example: Tom had a cold nose.

All homework should be returned by Friday for your teacher to mark.

Maths

The maths homework grid should be attached to your homework assignment. Remember to only complete one activity a week. The activities chosen should be different each week. This is to give the children some variety.

Reading 

Your child has been issued a new book to read at home. If possible you could discuss the content of the book. For example: what your child liked or disliked or predictions about characters. This helps support your child’s comprehension skills.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your child’s teacher.

 

Christmas Poem

Hello everyone,

Each child in class P2b and P2k have a line from our Christmas poem to practise, which has been sent home today. We would be grateful if you could check your child has their line in their school bag.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

Many thanks

Homework: 06/12/21

Good morning,

We hope you all had a lovely weekend. We have lots to look forward to in school this week.

This week the spelling rule is i_e.

 

For your spelling homework please copy the words into your homework jotter, two further times.

  1. time
  2. fire
  3. smile
  4. prize

Common words

  1. then
  2. them
  3. these
  4. so

Explore the world around you to find other words that use the i_e spelling rule. We would love to hear these words in class.

We would also like you to create a sentence of your own. Your sentence should include at least one or more of the spelling rule words. For example: Sam won first prize in the art competition.

All homework should be returned by Friday for your teacher to mark.

Maths

The maths homework grid should be attached to your homework assignment. Remember to only complete one activity a week. The activities chosen should be different each week. This is to give the children some variety.

Reading 

Your child has been issued a new book to read at home. If possible you could discuss the content of the book. For example: what your child liked or disliked or predictions about characters. This helps support your child’s comprehension skills.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your child’s teacher.

Homework: week beginning 29/11/21

Hello everyone,

Hope you all had a lovely weekend. We have lots to look forward to in school this week. It is getting closer to Christmas so we are going to be busy getting our crafts ready during House Art day and preparing our songs for you all to enjoy.

This week the spelling rule is e_e.

 

For your spelling homework please copy the words into your homework jotter, two further times.

  1. eve
  2. theme
  3. here
  4. these

Common words

  1. other
  2. about
  3. out
  4. many

Explore the world around you to find other words that use the e_e spelling rule. We would love to hear these words in class.

We would also like you to create a sentence of your own. Your sentence should include at least one or more of the spelling rule words. For example: The theme of the show was Christmas.

All homework should be returned by Friday for your teacher to mark.

Maths

The maths homework grid should be attached to your homework assignment. Remember to only complete one activity a week. The activities chosen should be different each week. This is to give the children some variety.

Reading 

Your child has been issued a new book to read at home. If possible you could discuss the content of the book. For example: what your child liked or disliked or predictions about characters. This helps support your child’s comprehension skills.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your child’s teacher.

Homework wb 22/11/21

Good morning everyone,

Hope you all had a fantastice weekend and are looking forward to an exciting week of learning.

In class, you will have learned  about the a_e spelling rule.


For your spelling homework please copy the words into your homework jotter, two further times.

  1. face
  2. race
  3. cake
  4. space

Common words

  1. their
  2. if
  3. will
  4. up

Explore the world around you to find other words that use the a_e spelling rule. We would love to hear these words in class.

We would also like you to create a sentence of your own. Your sentence should include at least one or more of the spelling rule words. If you would like to add more challenge, why not try to grow your words or think of other words which follow the same spelling rule.  Here is an example: The running race will be starting soon.

Shoot words
face – faced, faces

All homework should be returned by Friday for your teacher to mark.

Maths

The maths homework grid should be attached to your homework assignment. Remember to only complete one activity a week. The activities chosen should be different each week. This is to give the children some variety.

Reading 

Your child has been issued a new book to read at home.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with your child’s teacher.