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Homework- Friday 27th November 2020

English Maths  Science Topic


Choose a book you have read recently.

How does the story hook you in at the beginning? Make a list of words or phrases that you feel are effective in making you want to read on.


Make a list of as many adjectives as you can find from a page of the book.


This week we have been learning about the prepositions.   

A preposition is a word that tells you where or when something is in relation to something else, like "after","before" or "on".

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It’s competition time! Can you win this week’s tournament on TTRockstars? Spend 20 minutes per day practising your times tables. Can you challenge a friend or teacher?!



Simplifying fractions




You can simplify a fraction if the numerator (top number) and denominator (bottom number) can both be divided by the same number.


Find out how you can simplify fractions by dividing the numerator and denominator by the same number.

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How muscles work in pairs to allow for smooth movement.

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What did you find out?



This week we learnt that prepositions are words that can explain where things are (it describes something's position!) 

Can you write 5 sentences to describe this image using prepositions? 

Challenge: For those of you who can, try to use a prepositional phrase to start your sentence (e.g. Beside the window, a large robot stood silently.)





What is an expanded noun phrase?

Expanded noun phrases tell you more about the noun, so the reader will have more information.


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This week's spellings are all nouns. Nouns are naming words for people, places and things.



1. bicycle

2. library

3. island

4. heart

5. potatoes

6. February

7. fruit

8. surprise

Challenge: Can you spot a proper noun? What are they and what is so special about its spelling?

Choose 4 words from your list to write a sentence with.

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