Year 5 Homework

Homework 20.4.18

Friday 20th April 2018 Your Spelling Rule This week’s words all start with ‘re’ or ‘pro’; because all of these words start with the same group of letters, they are often more difficult to find in the dictionary. Your Spelling Words in sentences The referee told the players all the…

Homework 23.3.18

Friday 23rd March 2018 Secret 5 spelling test In accordance with the school’s spelling policy, a ‘Secret’ spelling test will take place on the last week of each half-term. You will be tested on 4 random spellings taken from the last four spellings tests, so please re-familiarise yourselves with all…

Homework 16.3.18

Friday 16th March 2018 Your Spelling Rule It can be hard to know whether to use ‘ei’ or ‘ie’. Your spellings this week will have these letter combinations in them.   Your Spelling Words in sentences There was a brief pause in discussion when the children needed to be patient.…

Homework – 9.3.18

Friday 9th March 201 Your Spelling Rule This week’s words are all built from the root word – graph. The words have prefixes and/or suffixes added to the root word graph to create a new word.   Your Spelling Words in sentences In geography field work, photographs are often used…

Homework 9.2.18

Home Learning Project – Wonderful Water We would like you to independently research water. You should focus on one specific area. For example, you might what to research: A river A famous lake (or group of lakes) A waterfall An ocean Comparisons between different rivers/lakes around the world or places…

Homework 2.2.18

Friday 2nd February 2018 Secret 3 spelling test In accordance with the school’s spelling policy, a ‘Secret 3’ spelling test will take place on the last week of each half-term. You will be tested on 3 random spellings taken from the last three spellings tests, so please re-familiarise yourselves with…

Homework 26.1.18

Friday 26th January 2018 Your Spelling Rule This week’s spelling words are homophones. These are words which sound the same, but have different spellings and meanings.   Your Spelling Words in sentences He led the dog away from the pencil lead. The bridal party walked to the altar. The rider…

Homework 19.1.18

Friday 19th January 2018 Your Spelling Rule The suffixes (letter strings which appear at the end of words) ‘-ible’ and ‘-able’ can sometimes be tricky because they often sound the same. There are no hard and fast rules when learning about these suffixes, but ‘-able’ is usually more common than…

Homework 12.1.18

Friday 12th January 2018 Your Spelling Rule Apostrophes are normally used with the letter ‘s’ to show ownership or possession. i.e. “They are Noah’s gloves.” states that the gloves belong to Noah. Your Spelling Words in sentences The children’s party started in the evening. In the final competition, the dancers’…