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Home Learning in preparation for SATs

 

I have uploaded a selection of revision booklets to help you recap and revise key areas of the curriculum that may appear on the SATs papers. My advice is that you try to do a little work every day (between 15-30 minutes each day would be a good target). 

 

Good revision practice:

 

Attempt some of the SATs style questions from the pack and ensure that you mark them using the answer sheet. Alternatively, discussing questions with an adult after you've attempted them is also helpful. 

 

Make a note of particular questions that you found hard or couldn't do. You can return to these later or let me know so I can cover them again in class. 

 

Before finishing each time, write yourself a question similar to one that you tried. Try to answer it the next time you revise. 

 

Lastly, you may share any work that you do via your Class Dojo portfolio. As always, you can also contact me via the message function on Class Dojo. There is no expectation to complete every sheet that I have uploaded but I would hope that you all attempt at least one of the reading packs, one arithmetic and a selection of questions from the Maths Reasoning packs. 

Arithmetic SATs Revision Resources

General Links for Home Learning

 

Here is a selection of useful websites that you can use to extend your home learning:

 

Purple Mash is the best way to keep in contact with each other and Mr Russell, plus lots of educational games, activities and projects: www.purplemash.com

 

Lots of fun maths games at TopMarks: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/ordering-and-sequencing-numbers

You can also log on to your TT Rockstar account and keep practicing your times tables.

 

Here are some simple revision quizzes that can be completed online: https://www.educationquizzes.com/ks2/

 

Transum is great for  quick maths problems every day: https://www.transum.org/Software/SW/Starter_of_the_day/

 

The Literacy Shed is an absolute treasure-trove of inspirational ideas, videos and pictures to help kick-start writing: https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html

 

Scratch can be a good creative outlet which helps to prepare the children for the digital future: https://scratch.mit.edu/

 

Here is a link to a Countdown-style game: https://nrich.maths.org/6499

 

I'd love to see what you get up to for home learning so please to share your work with me via Dojo!

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