# RP Renguin Homework

This week the Reception children learnt about the fantastic story ‘What’s in the Egg, Little Pip?’. The children learnt to write interesting facts about the penguins in Antarctica.

Literacy:

GreenBlue group: Edd and Eppa told us lots of interesting facts about the African penguin. Now make your own penguin fact book and write 4 different facts about the penguin.

If you are really clever can you use your research skills to find different places around the world where penguins can be found. Claim a prize for being a super explorer.

YellowOrange groups: Draw a picture of the African penguin and write 3 interesting facts about the penguin. Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and full-stops in your sentences.

Red group: Draw a picture of the penguin and use your phonics knowledge to help you write some words to describe the penguin.

Maths:

GreenBlue group: Mrs Penavega needs your help to solve the sums below especially as they are missing the addition and subtraction signs. Can you find which signs (+ or -) belong in the sums below to prove you are a super mathematician. YellowOrange groups: Write and solve the subtraction sums below. Take a look around your home and see if you can find 10 items. You might be able to find 10 pennies or 10 buttons. Use these as counters to help  you to solve the subtraction sums. Red Group: Write and solve the addition sum for each of the questions. A prize will be given to those who complete all of the homework.

## 32 thoughts on “RP Renguin Homework”

1. Farhan Mehmood

The penguins can not fly but they can swim. The penguins clean each other with their bakes. Maths 6+3=9,2+5=7,4+1=5,8+1=9,3+7=10

2. Yibo Huang

9-0=9 7-1=6 5-3=2 9-3=6 6-3=3 9-8=1 8-8=0 6-6=0 6-1=5 9-6=3 2-0=2

3. Marcel Pawlewicz

Penguins are animals which live in the cold with other penguins.they are wight and black.

• Mr Mahmood

Good boy Marcel. Remember to use a capital letter after a full stop. Well done for completing your homework.

4. Dheeraj Paluri

Maths
9-0=9
7-1=6
5-3=2
9-7=2
6-3=3
9-8=1
8-8=0
6-6=0
6-1=5
9-6=3
4-3=1
2-0=2

1. Penguins swim in water
2. Penguins clean dust with beaks.
3. They cannot fly.

• Mr Mahmood

Well done Dheeraj, you are using your initiative in class and I am so happy to see you progressing ☺️

5. Neeraj Paluri

1. Penguins cannot fly.
2. Penguins swim in water.
3. Penguins lay eggs.

Maths
9-0=9
7-1=6
5-3=2
9-7=2
6-3=3
9-8=1
8-8=0
6-6=0
6-1=5
9-6=3
4-3=1
2-0=2

• Mr Mahmood

Well done Neeraj, you are becoming a confident boy…I am so proud

6. D Dahil

RP you are all super stars. You have worked really hard to complete your homework.

7. Aaron Sandhu

4 Penguin Facts.

They can swim in water.
They are black and white.
They eat fish.
They use there beak to clean each other.
They Live in cold islands New Zealand, South Africa, Antarctica.

6+3=9
2+5=7
10-4=6
4+1=5
7-3=4
8-6=2
3+7=10
9-5=4
8+1=9
5-2=3

• Mr Mahmood

Super star Aaron. Well done for doing your research.

8. Emmanuel Manyika

1. Penguins clean each other until they are clean
2. Penguins are sea birds and they can swim
3. Penguins have wings but cannot fly

Maths
9-0=9
7-1=6
5-3=2
9-7=2
6-3=3
9-8=1
8-8=0
6-6=0
6-1=5
9-6=3
4-3=1
2-0=2

• Mr Mahmood

Good boy Emmanuel for completing your homework.

9. Aleena Hussain

6+3=9
2+5=7
10-4=6
4+1=5
7-3=4
8-6=2
3+7=10
9-5=4
5-2=3

• Mr Mahmood

Good girl Aleena for completing your homework

10. Mrs Penavega

11. Hasan Asif

9-0=9
7-1=6
5-3=2
9-7=2
6-3=3
9-8=1
8-8=0
6-6=0
6-1=5
9-6=3
4-3=1
2-0=2

• Mr Mahmood

Well done Hasan, maybe in class you can write and solve some sums independently

12. Lea Colak

Penguins like to swim .
Penguins eat fish.

9-0=9
7-1=6
5-3=2
9-7=2
6-3=3
9-8=1
8-8=0
6-6=0
6-1=5
9-6=3
4-3=1
2-0=2

• Mrs Penavega

Well done Adela. Why do you think that penguins ‘waddle’? Can you remember?

• Mr Mahmood

Super homework and research. In class Adela I would like you write a sentence about a penguin.

13. Sara Hassan

Literacy

Penguins are seabirds that swim in freezing water and cannit fly.

Penguins eat fish like sardines and pilchards.

The penguins clean each other with their beaks.

The penguins are black and white.

Maths:

6+3=9 8-6=2
2+5=7 3+7=10
10-4=6 9-5=4
4+1=5 8+1=9
7-3=4 5-2=3

PENGUINS can be found in cold climates on islands around the world like places like,Antarctica, New Zealand and South Africa.

• Mrs Penavega

You have found out some great facts Sara Well done. Penguins are birds but their wings are designed for swimming rather than flying.

• Mr Mahmood

Super research Sara. I am so pleased with you. I would like you to make me fact book or sheet about a penguin.

14. Mubarak Hishaam

The african penguins cant fly.
They are swim birds.
They clean eachother with their beaks.
Maths:
9-0=9
7-1=6
5-3=2
9-7=2
6-3=3
9-8=1
8-8=0
6-6=0
6-1=5
9-6=3
4-3=1
2-0=2

• Mrs Penavega

Penguins do clean each other with their beaks. Well done Hishaam for finding our that piece of interesting information.

• Mr Mahmood

Super research Hishaam. Maybe you can draw and label a penguin!

15. Vinay Patel

One instesting fact about the penguins are that they are sea brids.
Another fact is that penguins can’t fly but insted they swim.
A simple fact about penguin fact is that penguin are black and white.
One more fact is that penguins live in Antarctica.

Maths
6+3=9
2+5=7
10-4=6
4+1=5
7-3=4
8-6=2
3+7=10
9-5=4
8+1=9
5-2=3

• Mrs Penavega

Well done Vinay. Do penguins live anywhere else?

• Mr Mahmood

Well done Vinay. Some super research. Can you write your very own story about a penguin?

16. Jessy Asare

9-0=9
7-1=6
5-3=2
9-7=2
6-3=3
9-8=1
8-8=0
6-6=0
6-1=5
9-6=3
4-3=1
2-0=2

6-1=5
9-6= 3

• Mr Mahmood

Well done Jessy. Maybe in class you can write and solve some sums independently.