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Homework Year 5 Term 3
Week 2 (09.01.17)
Task 1- Some verbs are used to give information about the main verb in a sentence.
Modal verbs show how certain or possible something is. For example; We might play
golf. We will play golf. We must play golf. We should play golf.
Write 10 sentences of your own that contain a modal verb.
Task 2- Go onto Spellodrome for 10 minutes.
Task 3- Find the first 5 cubed numbers.
Week 3 (16.01.17)
Task 1- Adverbs are words that describe verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. For
example; I quickly ate my lunch. Louise cheerfully waved to us.
Add the correct adverb from the box to the sentences below.
very elegantly severely truthfully accidently
Tamina …………………………………..broke her mum’s favourite vase.
Olivia said she didn’t feel …………………….well.
The ballerinas danced…………………………………………across the stage.
The schoolboy……………………………………………answered the teacher’s question.
That house is…………………………………damaged.
Write three sentences of your own that contain an adverb.
Task 2- Go onto Mathletics for 10 minutes
Task 3- Research one South American expedition. Find out who went, where they went,
and for what purpose.
Present your findings in a poster or power point presentation.
Week 4 (23.01.17)
Task 1- Relative Pronouns are words like “who” and “which.” They are used to join parts
of sentences together. For example; I saw the girl who took Tom’s drink. Darrel only
eats cakes which are sugar-free.
Add a relative pronoun from the box to the sentences below.
that whose which who
We have a new neighbour ………..works at the bank.
This is the shop…………………..sells diving equipment.
That’s the man…………………..son is a famous footballer.
Geraldine owns a house……………………has four bedrooms and a big garden.
Write three sentences of your own that contain a relative pronoun.
Task 2- Guided reading with a parent/carer. Record in Guided Reading Record
Task 3- There are 148 children in a school and the head teacher wants to split them
into house teams. Children will be able to earn praise points for their team, and points
at sport days. The head teacher wants the same number of children in each team so
that it is fair. Could the children be split into 3 teams? How can we find out?
Week 5 (30.01.17)
Task 1- Determiners do in front of nouns. They tell you whether the noun is a general
thing or a particular thing. For example; He wants an enormous burger or He wants this
burger. Write the sentences below and underline the determiners.
The teacher told us a funny story about an elephant in the jungle.
We saw a picture of that house by the river where your boat is.
Ben and Billy finally changed those light bulbs in their bathroom.
A police officer chased some thieves out of the bank and into an alleyway.
Write your three sentences, highlighting the determiners you have used.
Task 2- Go onto Spellodrome for 10 minutes.
Task 3- Design your own shelter for the Amazon rainforest. Think about the materials
and exterior features it will need to enable you to survive, from not only the climate
but all the dangerous predators too! Produce an annotated diagram of your shelter.
Week 6 (06.02.17)
Task 1- Co-ordinating conjunctions are words that join two main clauses together. You
can remember them using FANBOYS: For And Nor But Or Yet So. For example; We
bought some flour and we bought some cheese.
Add the co-ordinating conjunction form the box to the sentences below.
for
but so or and
I’d like to go to Australia, …………….it’s too expensive.
In the cellar it was dark, …………..there were lots of strange noises.
Please give this letter to a parent, ……………………………….give it to a guardian.
Playing near busy roads is dangerous,……………………………..you shouldn’t do it.
Mabel felt completely relaxed, ……………………………..she was on holiday.
Write your own three sentences that contain one of the co-ordinating conjunctions
listed above.
Task 2- Go onto Mathletics for 10 minutes.
Task 3- Build a model of the shelter you designed in Week 5. This will need to come
into school in the last week of term ready to present to the class.