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Hook Lane Primary School

Encouraging Fearless Learners

You will have all of the half term to complete at least 1 activity from the sheet. These should be done to YOUR best standard and be something that YOU are proud of. 



Since we have been working on fractions, your activities on Mathletics will be linked to this. Please complete these to keep working on your maths skills!

Remember to keep going on your TTRockstars! Who is going to win this week’s Battle of the Bands?



Remember, we will be having a spelling bee at the end of every term which will focus on your knowledge of the term's spellings. Keep practising the rules and looking back at this page to help you :) 

This week's spellings are:

 frantically                 spontaneous 

glamour                    duly

glamorous                publicly

courageous              medicine

serious                      natural


Previous spellings from this term have been:

basically                      hideous

humour                        truly

humorous                   automatically

outrageous                 length            

various                         library


Previous spellings from Autumn term have been:

submerge                      interchange

antifreeze                       automatic

preparation                    organisation

confrontation                 temptation

interest                           knowledge


subheading                    international

antisocial                        automobile

sensation                        imagination

intervene                        autopilot

imagine                           increase


submarine                       interact

antiseptic                        autobiography

adoration                        conversation

interrelated                    anticlimax

guide                               height

subway                            intercity

anticlockwise                  autograph

information                      admiration

subdivide                         antihero

favourite                           guard

literate                               illiterate

polite                                 impolite

replaceable                      irreplaceable

immovable                       immortal

experiment                       extreme

legible                               illegible

patient                               impatient

relevant                             irrelevant

improbable                       imprecise

eighth                                experience

logical                               illogical

possible                            impossible

responsible                      irresponsible

irrational                           irrefutable

continue                           different

legal                                 illegal

mature                             immature

regular                             irregular

illegitimate                      illimitable

certain                              consider

admit                              admitting

admitted                        offer

offering                          offered

forbidden                      preference

caught                           century 

commit                          committing

committed                     fidget

fidgeting                        fidgeted

regrettable                    benefitted

believe                           bicycle


regret                             occurrence

regretting                      budgeted

regretted                       accidentally

limit                                actually

limiting                           limited

refer                                fastened

referring                         forgettable

referred                          focused

fasten                             breathe

fasten                             business



Ways to help remember your spellings:

-Writing them in different ways (fancy letters, different colours for vowels and consonants, letter pyramids)

-Syllables. How many does it break into?

-Smaller words. Is there a smaller word in there you can spell that can help you?

-Ping pong. With another person, each person says the next letter of the word.

-Use it in a sentence. This helps remember the meaning of the word.

* These words are ones that you are more likely to use in your writing so make sure you are confident with these.