English:

Reading:

Read every day for at least 10 minutes. Please remember your child must have their book signed. Every fortnight children are expected to do a book review of a book they have been reading or have read, children can pick these up from the classroom and stick them into their homework books

Handwriting:

Please practice: bdpads

Writing:

*Roses are red, Violets are blue …*

- Finish this Love message for someone you love (it can be someone in your family if you like)!
- It has to rhyme, so make sure the last word rhymes with blue.
- Draw a picture to go with it.
- You can make up a different rhyme for a different person that you also love! Like:

Roses are red, some roses are pink, you mean the world to me, more than you’d ever think!

Maths:

1) There were 5 haunted houses on a street. Each house had 7 ghosts inside. How many ghosts altogether?

2) 4 spider webs were hanging in the attic. Each web had 11 spiders, how many spiders were there altogether?

3) Tesco ordered some pumpkins for Halloween. They arrived in 5 trucks. Each truck had 5 pumpkins inside. how many pumpkins did Tesco order?

4) 8 witches were cooking toads in 8 cauldrons. Each cauldron had 6 toads inside. How many toads did the witches have to buy from the pet shop?

5) 6 ghosts did a spooky scream every hour. How many screams were there after 4 hours?

6) In an old scary house there were 9 old cupboards. When they were opened there were 5 blood sucking bats in each cupboard! How many horrible bats were there?

7) On Halloween night 13 vampires flew into the village. If each vampire bit 3 people, how many people were bit altogether that night?

8) There were 7 spooky (and smelly) swamps. In each swamp lived 8 ugly swamp monsters. How many monsters in the swamp?

ANGLES:

colour in the angles of each picture, red for right angles, green for acute angles and blue for obtuse angles. (on the sheet provided)

Spellings:

A: merriment, beautiful, plentiful, laziness, happiness, emptiness, merciless, pitiless

B: ache anchor schedule arachnophobia mechanic hypochondriac chaos character choir Christmas

C: ache anchor schedule arachnophobia mechanic hypochondriac chaos character choir Christmas chemistry chemical chorus chemotherapy

THIS WEEK’S SPELLING PATTERN IS: **k: ch (revision from AUT 1)**

Spelling group A’s spellings are to reinforce phonics patterns, any word in red does not follow the phonic rule.