Well done to all of the children who have already taken up the Stonehenge challenge. I am loving seeing all the different ways you are approaching this task.

Spelling

List 1 (Year 4/Optional Year 5)List 2 (Year 5)
Endings which sound like
ʃɘn spelt – ssion
Words ending in able
expression
possession
discussion
confession
permission
admission
impression
omission
emission
commission
dependable
comfortable
understandable
reasonable
enjoyable
reliable
excitable
preferable
adorable
believable

English

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be writing our own legend stories based on ‘The Mermaid of Zennor’ book. I would like you to think about what other mythical creatures we could come across in the mysterious Cornish seas.

A mermaid has the upper half of a human, but the bottom half of a fish. What will your creature look like? Give it two contrasting parts. It could be the top half of a seagull with the bottom part of an octopus.

If you want, you could create a flipbook of ideas to create different creatures.

Mathematics

We have been continuing our work on multiplication, focusing on developing our mathematical vocabulary to help in our explanations.

This week I have set you a few tasks on Purple Mash to support your understanding of multiples. Look at the description and start at Challenge 1 as they get more difficult. Choose the challenge that is right for you.

I have also added the Math’s Starters for this week below.

Homework 28.1.22

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