Homework Expectations for Year 4
Every Wednesday we expect to see your reading record, weekly sheet task and 20minutes spent on TTRS or a paper copy of times tables completed.
Every Friday, a paper sheet will be given with a task relating to learning from a subject taught that week or coming up. This will be due in on the following Wednesday.
This is usually a task that can be completed on the sheet but will have options to go 'above and beyond' in creativity using other items you may have at home.
You should complete 20 minutes each week on Times Table Rock Stars -
https://ttrockstars.com/ and others way of practicing such as games, reciting and writing them out. Battles between Opal and Coral have now been set-up for Summer term. Additionally, we are looking for the top 5 children who have played the most minutes a week.
Numbots, although this won't count towards homework, Numbots can help keep other Maths skills in mind. To access, use your TTRS login.
You will need to read together at home at least three times a week. Your child will have access to reading books in school and a chosen reading book they can take and read at home. Write in your orange reading record when you have read. This term, we have created a reading competition between the two classes to ecourage reading stamina, to get through longer books.
If you don't have access to online learning materials please let your teacher know so that an alternative can be prepared.
If homework is not completed by Thursday at the latest the children will need to miss some of their break to complete a paper copy of their homework.
Words for this term are below. You will have eight words. These will be looked at in school but you can rehearse these at home.
Spellings for Summer 2 2023
Set 9th June
unstressed sound schwa
which sounds like /uh/