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Crosshall Junior Academy Trust

Ask Your Child a Question

 

We know that you often ask your children about their school day and that, sometimes, the response is "Nothing". Every week we will give you a question to ask your child, which relate to things they have learnt that week. We will keep a log the questions here in case you miss it in the newsletter

Week Beginning

18th October

In French, you have been learning the name of some different items of stationery. Spot some of these items in your house and tell your adult what they are in French.

How do you show a regrouping in column addition?
Introduce yourself to a family member in French using the phrases you have been learning.

What is a phrase and what is a clause?

Week Beginning

11th October

The answer is 25, what could the question be?

What is included in a 2A sentence?
Name the special foods and their matching religions from our R.E. Sparky Start.

Explain the long multiplication calculation method using the number sentence 4325 x 24 =

 

Week Beginning

4th October

What 2D shapes can you find around your house?

Which countries have French as an official language?
How would you write today’s date in Roman numerals? What about your date of birth?

What are the chambers of the heart called?

 

 

Week Beginning

20th September

Can you name the different types of teeth you have?

Which digit will change when you add 1000 more or less to a number?

Name three different techniques used by Emma Lindstrom. Which one is your favourite and why?

What types of motion did you see on the rides at LEGOLAND?

 

Week Beginning

13th September

Can you explain to your adult what Level C and D behaviour means?

How do you use the ‘show not tell’ technique in your writing?

Summarise the story of Twelfth Night.

What is the difference between the terms ‘Maya’ and ‘Mayan’?