|List 1 (Year 4/Optional Year 5)||List 2 (Year 5)|
|Prefixes – il and il words||Words with the /i:/ sound spelt ei after c and other consonants|
In Science we have been looking at using comparative language to support writing our conclusions.
‘The warmer our hands, the quicker the chocolate melted.’
‘The greater the amount of salt, the faster the ice cube melted.’
I would like you to write at least 3 of your own comparison sentences. They can be about any subject.
Here are a couple of my ideas to get you started.
‘The hotter the cup of tea, the longer it takes me to drink it.’
‘The harder the puzzles, the more excited I become.
REMEMBER – Capital letters and full stops!
This week has been money week and it has been very interesting listening to the children’s ideas on how much things cost. From monthly costs of household bills to the running of a vehicle. Estimates for monthly internet services went into the thousands, so the children were quite shocked when they found out the actual costs!!
Therefore for your homework this week I would like you to find 3 things that would have a price of around £1 each, then £10 each and finally £100 each.
As an extra challenge you could predict the cost of some of the things in your home and then find out the actual amount.
The children have really enjoyed our experiments involving turning solids into liquids by heating the solids to make them melt. Many of the children said they would like to try some similar experiments at home. If you do get time over the coming weeks to explore heating and cooling, please upload any photographs to Seesaw and we will share them with the class.