Homework

Week 7 Term 3 2017

Week 6 Term 3

Week 4 Term 3

 

 

 

Week 6 Term 2

Week 4 Term 2

week 3 term 2

Week 2 Term 2 2017

Monday and Tuesday 24-25th April

Write at least 3 sentences about the excursion to Cranbourne Botanical gardens and draw a picture of something from the day.

 

WEDNESDAY HOMEWORK WEEK 9

REligion :
The four most important days of Holy Week are:
Palm Sunday
Holy Thursday (or Maundy Thursday)
Good Friday
Easter Sunday
Choose 2 of these very important days and draw a picture of what happens and write a sentence about it

 

 

 

Week 7 Term 2

THURSDAY

– Practice your 6 and 7 times tables for tomorrows test (you could watch the blog videos on the maths page or play the times table games!)

– Vote on the blog survey- Your favourite zoo animal

– INTERVIEW AN AUTHOR

Choose and read a book. Write 4 questions you would like to ask the author about the book. For example, What was your inspiration for writing this book?

Look at Roald Dahl’s website for some inspiration and to help you come up with questions.

roald dahl

13 thoughts on “Homework

  1. Hello Mrs Black,
    It was a great idea to write the homework on the blog because if someone forgets they can always check the blog to find out what’s for homework.

    From: Harshi 3/4 NB

  2. Hi Mrs Black ,

    I really like how you put the Jingle Bells music on the blog so we can learn the song by next week concert night i also like how you put the lyrics on the blog with the music .

    From: Chelsea Chiem 3/4/NB

  3. Dear Mrs Black
    I didn’t get a homework sheet so could you put it on the blog please.
    THANK YOU!
    From Evangeline

    1. Hi Evangeline. I will post it soon but tonight it is just wrote out each spelling word in three different ways- the new ones from your chart.

  4. Dear Mrs Black,
    Do we have to bring our homework book and diary tomorrow in our backpack or do we leave it at home?

    Thank you!:)
    From Evangeline

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