3/4 HB Homework

Monday:    

1. Read a book and record in diary.

  1. Write out your spelling words three times. Learn.
  1. Write out ____dictionary meanings.
  1. Write _____words in sentences.       STOP after 30 minutes.
  1. Show your work to a parent and ask the parent to sign your work.

 

Tuesday:       

1. Read a book and record in diary.

  1. Complete Religion work.
  1. Chose one activity from the rubric.            STOP after 30 minutes.
  1. Show your work to a parent and ask the parent to sign your work.

 

Wednesday:

      1. Read a book and record in Diary.

  1. Complete Mathematics game/worksheet
  1. Chose one activity from the rubric.              STOP after 30 minutes.
  1. Show your work to a parent and ask the parent to sign your work.

 

Thursday:     

1. Read and record in diary.

  1. Write out your spelling words three times. Learn.
  1. Write out the given times tables three times. Learn.
  1. Chose one activity from the rubric.                 STOP after 30 minutes.
  2. Show your work to a parent and ask the parent to sign your work.

 

Weekend: Read and record in diary.

Before school: Speak to teacher if you haven’t done your homework.

 

 

Homework Rubric

3/4          Homework Grid               Term 4 2018                                                              Highlight the grid activity you choose

Topic

May the FORCE be with you – FORCE AND MOTION

Literacy and Communication Albert Einstein was an incredible scientist. Research some interesting facts about Einstein and write an information report (biography) about the life of Einstein OR put the information on a Timeline.

                 

Make flash cards or sorting cards with new vocabulary words you have learnt about the topic ‘Forces’ with the definition on the back or a picture to explain the word. Write a narrative set in ‘The Future’ or an ‘Amusement Park’

Be as imaginative as you like!

** Can you use any of your spelling words or science/force vocab words in your story?

Imagine that you lived in July 20th, 1969 (the time when the 2 first people landed on the moon)

Write a newspaper report about the amazing event.

Title

Who, What, Where

When, Why, How

Maths and Problem Solving Make a set of multiplication or division flash cards or problem solving cards with animals that you like. Find and compare the speeds of the fastest cars.

Present your findings in a table. Min 3 comparisons

** Can you identify features of the cars that make them faster? What are those features?

Make a board game about forces. Use all 4 operations of add, subtract, multiply and divide.

      

Collect statistics about space ships that have travelled into space and make some fact cards about them
Science Push and Pull are types of forces. Can you make a list of times you pushed and pulled items today?

Can you name any items at home that require ‘push and/or pull’

Read the text about Magnets & answer the comprehension questions. (Get text from your teacher)

    

Investigate 10 items at home to see what is magnetic and what is not. (Use a fridge magnet)

Present your work in a table like below for what ‘IS’ and ‘IS NOT’ magnetic.   What do you notice?

Go to a local park. Draw a picture of what you see and draw arrows showing the direction of force
Humanities and Citizenship

Religion

Write a prayer for what you are grateful for in nature for St Francis. Jesus was Jewish and was born in Bethlehem, Israel.

Albert Einstein was Jewish and asked to be the president of Israel in 1952.

Locate Israel on a map.

Find out all you can about it and write a travel brochure or draw a map of major cities in Israel.

Help your family with some chores around the house. Maybe washing dishes or putting laundry away.

*Write what you did to help out your family and how it made you feel.

Make a bird feeder to celebrate St Francis’ Feast Day.

    

Creative Arts Draw a picture of you sky diving falling to the ground. What is the force of motion can you label your drawing showing the direction of the force. Draw another diagram of you floating with your parachute. What forces may effect the drop? Design a new form of fast transportation using a paint programme on the computer or draw in your homework book. You may design a rocket, car, scooter, skateboard, motorcycle or roller skates. Build the fastest racetrack you can using everyday materials around your house.

Take a picture and email it to your teacher.

Make up a song, rap or dance about forces.

Be prepared to perform it!