21.04.2023 Maths Homework - Telling the time to five minutes
CLICK ON – what is analogue and digital time?
Watch the videos and make notes.
Complete the ‘fill in the gaps game’
Do not complete the roman numerals section on this page
Complete the worksheet in your books.
21.04.2023 SPaG Homework - Types of nouns
- A noun is the name of a thing, such as an object, a place, or a person.
- Nouns are often described as naming words.
- There are four different types of nouns, such as: concrete, abstract, proper and collective.
Common nouns refer to an object, person or place. Examples include, skateboard, athlete or theatre.
Common nouns can be divided into concrete or abstract nouns:
Concrete nouns are physical things that you can see, touch, taste, hear or smell. In other words, they can be experienced through the five senses. Things like sweets, television, cardboard, sunshine, candles or piano.
Abstract nouns are things that don't have a physical form, but are still things. Abstract nouns might be concepts, ideas, or emotions: knowledge, intelligence, love, friendship, kindness, betrayal.
Proper nouns name a specific object, person or place. They require a capital letter, because they give us the actual name of something or someone. Examples include: London, September, Wednesday, Joshua, Sarah.
Collective nouns describe a group or collection of objects, people or places: a flock of birds, an anthology of poems, a cast of actors. A group of friends.
Use the sheet in your book to group each noun into the correct type of noun. You can do this by simply numbering each noun 1-4. Or draw a table to record the noun groups.