Monet Class Letter
The class used their imaginative writing skills to create a story that involves the main character of “Floodland” Zoe breaking one of their originals laws to find her lost parents.
Monet reviewed number and place value, taking particular notice of: 6-digit sums, negative numbers and problems associated with it.
Year 5 will investigated the role of Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill during the Second World War.
English – Monet will complete their imaginative writing piece of Zoe finding her long lost parents.
Maths – Students will be reading, writing and interpreting math statements involving the four operations
I have decided for the last homework task I will set for Class Monet is a recount about a memorable moment from the time they have spent throughout the past Autumn term in Year 5. This is a fun task so I’m looking for an entertaining and well-structured writing piece. J
|LO: To write a recount about a memorable moment during the Autumn Term in Class Monet
|I have written a story which is entertaining and relevant to Class Monet ☐|
|I have included quotes where applicable ☐|
|I have checked for spelling and grammar before handing in ☐|
Due Date: Wednesday 21st December 2016
|Reading Group||Book||Pages to be read for homework (over XMAS break)|
|Hawks||The Exiles||9 – 31|
|Crows||Beyond the beanstalk||77-114|
|Eagles||Rope and other stories||66-89|
|Falcons||Born Lucky||72-End of book|
Thank you to the HSA for providing the class with the opportunity to watch “Snow White” Pantomime.
Have a great weekend,