Welcome to Term 6 Remote Learning Week 10

Welcome to Term 6

Week 10

Here is the overview for week 10’s home learning – week beginning Monday 15th June 2020

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English : This week you will be following a series of online lessons all about setting description.  
Monday In this lesson, we are going to learn how retrieve information using a setting description.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/setting-description-reading-comprehension-fact-retrieval/

Tuesday In this lesson, we are going to learn how retrieve information using a setting description.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/setting-description-reading-comprehension-fact-retrieval-5a6612/

Wednesday In the lesson, we are going to identify the features of a setting description.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/setting-description-identifying-the-features-of-a-text/

Thursday In this lesson, we are going to focus on the use of parenthesis in a setting description.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/setting-description-spag-focus-parenthesis/

Friday In this lesson, we are going to write a setting description.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/setting-description-write-a-setting-description/

 

Talk for Writing: If you prefer you could use the link below to access the Talk for Writing booklet and work through this each day.  There are no videos to accompany this.

www.talkforwriting.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Yr5-Wizards.pdf

 

 

 

 

Spelling: 

Continue with your learning and revision of the Year 3 & 4 and 5 & 6 spelling lists and the spelling activities included in the Oak Academy English lessons if you are following these.

Try this https://spellingframe.co.uk to practise your spellings.  There are many free activities that you can do.   If there is a particular spelling pattern that you were unsure of when completing your Read Write Inc spelling book, have a look at www.spellingframe.co.uk for that pattern and practise it.

You could also turn to page 68 of your CPG Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling book and complete a spelling activity too.

Also, have a go at completing these online tests on the CPG website.  https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/resources/cgp-s-free-online-10-minute-tests/free-primary-spag-online-10-minute-tests-years-1  
Maths: Mathematical Fluency – Use Times Table Rock Stars to practise your times tables and corresponding division facts.

Also try one of these CPG online maths tests https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/resources/cgp-s-free-online-10-minute-tests/free-primary-maths-online-10-minute-tests-years

Monday This is the sixth lesson on our unit of conversion. In this lesson we explore the difference between imperial and metric units. This lesson will focus on converting between miles and kilometres – a real life skill that you will use for the rest of your life.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-miles-and-kilometres/

Tuesday In our seventh lesson of this unit, we will be focusing on converting between grams and kilograms. We will start the lesson with a focus on how and why we measure in grams in kilograms, before moving onto converting between grams and kilograms and then finishing with how to read scales in which not all numbers are shown

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-between-grams-and-kilograms/

Wednesday In our eighth lesson on our units on conversion, we will be building on the work we did in lesson seven on converting units of mass. In this lesson, we will be focusing on converting kilograms to tonnes, and putting this in a real life context.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-units-of-mass/

Thursday In the penultimate lesson of this unit we are going to investigate the difference between imperial pounds and metric kilograms. As with our exploration of miles and kilometres, we are going to use approximate conversions to solve problems.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-convert-between-pounds-and-kilograms/

Friday In the last lesson of this unit, we are going to apply all the work that we have done on length over the past 9 lessons. We are going to explore Leonardo DaVinci’s famous Vitruvian Man, the maths that it holds within it and apply that to our own bodies.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-apply-measures-and-conversions-in-context/

Turn to pages 21, 22 and 44, 45, 46 and 47 of your CGP Grammar, Year 5 Maths book to find some work on Metric and Imperial Units; this will support the work you are doing in Maths this week.
BBC Bitesize

If you have completed these or want some other ways to learn about conversions look at these websites.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z4nsgk7

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z9sfr82 

You could also consolidate the learning that we have already completed in previous weeks by completing pages 6-11 in your workbook.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zh8dmp3/articles/zpx2qty use this video to help you with rounding.

Foundation Subjects

Here is a suggested timetable – the activities can be completed on any day.

PE can be completed whenever and as often as you wish.

Monday

Science

In this lesson, we will learn about our third type of rock: sedimentary rock. We will look at the steps needed to make sedimentary rock and how fossils are formed in sedimentary rock. We will then learn what a palaeontologist is and identify some different fossils. For this lesson you will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-is-sedimentary-rock-formed

Tuesday

Computing

Internet Research and Webpage Design

This week you will be evaluating webpages. I would like you to go to a webpage of your choice: maybe one that you use regularly. Then evaluate the website by commenting on the list of features below.

Evaluate the Websites by writing about:

1.     The colours used

2.     The font type, size and colour

3.     How images are used

4.     How animation or video is used.

5.     The overall layout of the pages, including text/images

6.     How the site is organised, including how easy it is to navigate around the site.

Tuesday

RE

This week we will be finding what the key beliefs of Muslims are and how this affects their life.

One of the most important beliefs in Islam and forms one of the five pillars of Islam. The Shahadah says ‘I witness that there is no other god but Allah, and Muhammad is the prophet of Allah’.   Watch the first 1min 30seconds of this videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2OepFfxZVI

The Sharhadah is used in two ways: call to prayer  www.islamcan.com/audio/adhan/index.shtml

and the first words a newborn baby hears (the father whispers the words into the baby’s ear).

Activity 1 – what belief or value is so important to you that you would shout it form the roof tops?

Activity 2 – Read this story about Bilal (the first Muezzin) http://mmiweb.org.uk/microsites/religiousstories/muslim/bilal.pdf

Now decide (with evidence) what mattered most to Bilal.  Was it his work, his own comfort, using the gifts God gave him, being loyal to his friends, serving Allah, escaping from slavery, preserving his own life, praying, following the prophet, obeying his master, fashionable clothes, helping other people?

Wednesday

Art

In this lesson we will look at an Optical Illusion artwork before creating our own. You will learn to shade in to show that an object is three-dimensional. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/optical-illusions-and-using-shading-to-show-form

Thursday

Topic

This week you will find out about the daily life during Ancient Greek times. There is a story to read, explore ancient pots to find out about the stories they tell and then the challenge is to make a virtual Greek house.

http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/dailylife/home_set.html

Friday

French

Try completing these activities all about jobs around the house.

Select the full tutorial from the road map.

https://www.french-games.net/frenchlessons?topic=Home%20-%20helping%20at%20home%201&level=primary

 

Anyday 

PE

This term is all about Outdoor Adventurous Activities so continue to do as many of these activities as possible. You can download the activity list from here and tick them off as you go.

https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/50-things-to-do-before-youre-11–activity-list

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 9

Here is the overview for week 9’s home learning – week beginning Monday 8th June 2020

Overview: 

English

This week you will be following a series of online lessons from the Oak National Academy all about Character Description.

Monday Day 1: In this lesson, we are going to learn how to retrieve information using a character description with a focus on fact retrieval. Click the link below for today’s lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/character-description-reading-comprehension-fact-retrieval-year-5-wk2-1

Tuesday Day 2: In this lesson, we are going to learn how to clarify word meaning questions using a character description.   Click the link below for today’s lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/character-description-reading-comprehension-word-meaning-year-5-wk2-2

Wednesday Day 3:  In this lesson, we are going to identify the features of a character description.  Click the link below for today’s lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/character-description-identifying-the-features-of-a-text-year-5-wk2-3

Thursday Day 4:   In this lesson, we are going to focus on the use of relative clauses in a character description.  Click the link below for today’s lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/character-description-spag-focus-relative-clause-year-5-wk2-4

 

https://imoves.com/home-learning/1121 a little active learning all about relative clauses if you fancy it too.

Friday Day 5:  In this lesson, we are going to write a character description.  Click the link below for today’s lesson.  https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/character-description-write-a-character-description-year-5-wk2-5

Also, have a go at completing these online tests on the CPG website.  https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/resources/cgp-s-free-online-10-minute-tests/free-primary-spag-online-10-minute-tests-years-1  

 

Reading

·       Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

·       Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Need a new book?

Oxford Owl has reading books for each level for you to read .

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find a new book to read or listen to one on here: https://magicblox.com

Spelling: Continue with your learning and revision of the Year 3 & 4 and 5 & 6 spelling lists and the spelling activities included in the Oak Academy English lessons.

Try this https://spellingframe.co.uk to practise your spellings.  There are many free activities that you can do.   If there is a particular spelling pattern that you were unsure of when completing your Read Write Inc spelling book, have a look at www.spellingframe.co.uk for that pattern and practise it.

SPAG: Turn to pages 16, 17, 18 & 19  of your CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling book to find some work on relative clauses; this will support the work you are doing in English this week.

 

Maths: Like English, this week you will be continuing with a series of online lessons from the Oak National Academy.  You will need a sharp pencil and your home learning book (or paper) to write your answers down.
Monday Day 1: This week we will be learning about converting units of measure. In this lesson you will be converting seconds, minutes and hours.  We will start with a revision of time facts. As the lesson develops, we will hone our skills of converting between seconds, minutes and hours and by the end of this lesson, you will be solving time-related problems on a blank number line whilst also converting units of time.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-convert-between-seconds-minutes-and-hours-year-5-wk3-1

 

Tuesday Day 2:   In lesson 2 of our unit on converting measures, we will be deepening our understanding by solving time problems and representing them using bar models. We will work through several problems together which will increase in difficulty. By the end of this lesson, you will have explored the underlying structures which help us convert units of time and solve problems.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-solve-problems-involving-converting-between-hours-and-minutes-year-5-wk3-2

Wednesday Day 3:  In lesson 3 of our unit on converting measures, we are going to focus on converting between units of length. We will start with a revision of conversion facts between millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometres. Using these facts, we will apply these to some real-life problems around the Olympics. We will also bring in non-standard units thinking about how many laps different track races at the Olympics are.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-convert-between-units-of-length-year-5-wk3-3

 

Thursday Day 4:   In the fourth lesson of this unit, we will continue to look at length. We will apply everything we have learnt about length so far and apply it to some example of real-life problems. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to convert different units of length so that you can spot errors and solve logistical problems.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-apply-length-conversions-to-problems-year-5-wk3-4

 

Friday Day 5:  In lesson 5 of our unit on converting measurements, we will be combining our knowledge of perimeter and converting units to find the perimeter of rectilinear shapes.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-find-the-perimeter-and-convert-units-of-measurements-year-5-wk3-5

 

Turn to pages 44, 45, 46 & 47  of your CGP Grammar, Year 5 Maths book to find some work on Metric and Imperial Units;

this will support the work you are doing in Maths this week.

 

 

 

 

Foundation subjects – remember these can be done on any day, the timetable is just a suggestion. 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Science
In this lesson, we are going to learn about metamorphic rock! We are going to learn why it is called metamorphic rock and how it is made. Then we will look at some different examples of metamorphic rock and discuss how their properties make them fit for their uses. For this lesson, you will need a pencil, a piece of paper and a ruler.
Computing:
In this lesson you will learn about abstraction.  You will play a game that requires simplifying things.  Click here for the game.  
RE
We will be finding out about The five Pillars of Islam. The lesson outcome will be:
I can make connections between Muslim practice of the Five Pillars and their beliefs about God and the Prophet Muhamad.
• I can give examples of how each pillar might affect the life of a Muslim.
Watch the video about the Five Pillars of Islam and then answer the questions.  Video.
1.)    What are the five pillars of Islam?
2.)    Why are they important to Muslims?
3.)    How might the five pillars help muslims in their lives?
Use this web page to help you answer the questions too
Art
In this lesson, we are going to look at how Vincent van Gogh used visual texture in his sketchbook, then explore pencils and mark-making to enhance our own work.
Click here for the lesson.
Topic
This week we will find out about Athens – one of the most important cities in Ancient Greece.
You will take a tour, find out about the citizens and then complete the challenge of finding the citizens.
Click here for the web resource.
PE
This term is all about Outdoor Adventurous Activities. Over half term one of the activities was the national Trust 50 things to do before you turn 11 ¾, you PE for this term is to continue to do as many of these activities as possible.
You can download the activity list from here and tick them off as you go.
French
Try completing these activities all about what is in your bedroom.
Select the full tutorial from the road map.

 

Here is the overview for week 8’s Home-learning.

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Overview for this week can be found here: Overview for Week 8_final.pdf

 

English

This week you will be following a series of online lessons from the Oak National Academy all about Instruction Writing.

Day 1: Today you are going to be completing a reading comprehension with a focus on language. Using the text to find the answer.

Click the link below for today’s lesson.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-reading-comprehension-language-year-5-wk5-1

Day 2: Today you are going to be looking at word meaning and completing a reading comprehension.

Click the link below for today’s lesson.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-reading-comprehension-word-meaning-year-5-wk5-2

Day 3: Today you are going to explore the features of a set of instructions.

Click the link below for today’s lesson.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-identifying-the-features-of-a-text-year-5-wk5-3

Day 4: In today’s lesson you are going to have a SPaG focus – Cohesive devices.

Click the link below for today’s lesson.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-spag-focus-cohesive-devices-year-5-wk5-4

Day 5: Today you are going to put all your learning together and write a set of instructions.

Click the link below for today’s lesson.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-write-a-set-of-instructions-year-5-wk5-5

Reading

• Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

• Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Need a new book?

Oxford Owl has reading books for each level for you to read .

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find a new book to read or listen to on here: https://magicblox.com

Spelling: Continue with your learning and revision of the Year 3 * 4 and 5 & 6 spelling lists and the spelling activities

included in the Oak Academy lessons. Try this https://spellingframe.co.uk to practise your spellings. There are many

free activities that you can do.

SPAG: Have a look at some of these games to consolidate your SPaG learning.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/englishgames/7-11-years/spelling-and-grammar

Maths: Like English, this week you will be following a series of online lessons from the Oak National Academy. You will need a sharp pencil and your home learning book (or paper) to write your answers down.
Day 1: Today we will be learning about reflections. We will be understanding what mathematical reflections are and will learn what a line of reflection is. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to identify how a shape has been reflected.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-identify-and-describe-reflections-year-5-wk2-1

Day 2: Today we will be describing reflections using coordinates. We will be focusing on reflecting a shape along a line of reflection and using coordinates to describe the shape. You will also have an opportunity to reason about how and why reflections work.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-describe-reflections-using-coordinates-year-5-wk2-2

Day 3: Today we will be reflecting shapes along axis. We will be using the X and Y axes as lines of reflection and using coordinates to describe the reflection that has taken place. In addition, we will also be creating rules to help us reflect shapes more easily.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-reflect-shapes-along-axes-year-5-wk2-3

Day 4: Today we will be learning how to reason using reflection. Yesterday, we worked on creating generalisations about reflections along the X and Y axes and today we will be using those generalisations to reflect shapes using just one coordinate.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-reason-about-reflection-year-5-wk2-4

Day 5: Today we will be reflecting shapes along axis. We will be returning to a four-quadrant grid. We will be using the X and Y axes as lines of reflection and using coordinates to describe the reflection that has taken place.

In addition, we will also be creating rules to help us reflect shapes more easily.

www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/to-make-links-between-reflections-and-translations-year-5-wk2-5

 

Foundation subjects

Here is a suggested timetable – the activities can be completed on any day. PE can be completed as often as you wish.

Science

In this lesson we are going to be learning about igneous rock.

We are going to learn about the structure of the Earth, how to recognise igneous rock and some of the uses of igneous rock.

We will also learn how igneous rock is made, using ice and chocolate as a model!

You will need a piece of paper and a pencil for this lesson.

 

Computing

Develop your coding skills by building a Star Wars inspired galaxy.

Click on the blocks activity.

RE

We will be finding out about Islam.

Use the video to find out about

Ramadam and then answer these 3

questions in your homelearning book.

1.) What is Ramadam?

2.) Why do Muslims fast?

3.) How do Muslims fast?

Art

In this lesson we will create a frottage patchwork from rubbings of textured objects which you find around your home.

You will need a pencil and paper.

Topic

Learn all about the Acropolis and then explore some of the buildings found in the Acropolis.

Then complete the challenge of virtually making an Ancient Greek building.

 

PE

Joe Wicks

French

Try completing these activities all about the rooms in your house.

Select the full tutorial from the road map.

Science Links
www.thenational.academy/year- 5/foundation/how-isigneous- rock-formedyear- 5-wk1-3
Computing links:
https://code.org/starwars
RE links:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clipsvideo/religiouseducation-ks2-my-life-
Art links:
 www.thenational.academy/year-5/foundation/texturetreasure-hunt-year-5-wk1-5
Topic links:
http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/acropolis/home_set.html
PE links: Joe Wicks
French links:
https://www.frenchgames.net/frenchlessons?topic=Home%20-%20rooms%20in%20the%20house&level=primary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Half Term Monday 25th May – Friday 29th May

Optional activities for the half term week (next week) can be found here  May Half Term.pdf thumbnail of May Half Term

There is no expectation for the children to complete any of these activities as it is Half Term and we think you all deserve a break!

Have a great half term, Miss Franks & Mrs Badar 🙂

 

This week (18th – 24th May) is Mental Health Awareness week.  Check out the video on NewsRound for some super tips on showing and managing your own emotions.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/52663503

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Term 5

Week 7 (week beginning 18th May 2020) Remote Learning overview and resources.

Overview Year 5 _ week 7_a.pdf

Year 5 Home learning overview for Week 7 – Week beginning Monday 18th May 2020

We are moving over to using the Oak National Academy Website for some of our home learning activities. Please find below activities and links to each subject we would like your child to complete.

Remember, everything we provide is here to give you ideas. If you have been completing other things that work for your child, please continue to do so.

English:

Day 1 Monday Day 2 Tuesday Day 3 Wednesday Day 4 Thursday Day 5 Friday
Day 1: Today you are going to learn about inference (inferring from a text).  Click the link below for today’s lesson –

www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/persuasive-letter-reading-comprehension-inference-year-5-wk3-1

Day 2: Today you are going to be looking at word meaning.  Click the link below for today’s lesson – http://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/persuasive-letter-reading-comprehension-word-meaning-year-5-wk3-2 Day 3: Today you are going to explore the features of a persuiave letter. Click the link below for today’s lesson –
www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/persuasive-letter-identifying-the-features-of-a-text-year-5-wk3-3
Day 4: In today’s lesson you are going to focus on the use of a list of three.  Click the link below for today’s lesson – www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/persuasive-letter-spag-focus-list-of-three-year-5-wk3-4 Day 5: Today you are going to put all your learning together and write a persuiave letter. Click the link below for today’s lesson – www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/persuasive-letter-write-a-persuasive-letter-year-5-wk3-5
Maths:

Like English, this week you will be following a series of online lessons from the Oak National Academy.

You will need a sharp pencil and your home learning book (or paper) to write your answers down.

Day 1 Monday Day 2 Tuesday Day 3 Wednesday Day 4 Thursday Day 5 Friday
Day 1: Today you will be looking at transformations.  Transformations are a way of changing the size or position of the shape.

Click on the link below to access the lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/an-introduction-to-translation-year-5-wk1-1

 

Day 2: Today you will be continuing to look at transformations.

Click on the link below to access the lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/describing-translations-year-5-wk1-2

Day 3: Today you will be learning about describing positions and coordinates.

Click on the link below to access the lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/describing-positions-and-coordinates-year-5-wk1-3

Day 4:  Today we will be looking at plotting coordinates on a grid with four quadrants.

Click on the link below to access the lesson.

 

 

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/describe-position-after-translation-year-5-wk1-4

Day 5: Today you will be exploring how to translate more than one coordinate across a grid.

Click on the link below to access the lesson.

https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/maths/describe-position-after-translation-year-5-wk1-5

 

 

Reading

·       Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

·       Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Pick an activity from the Reading Grid – found in the resources below.

Need a new book?

Oxford Owl has reading books for each level for you to read .

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find a new book to read or listen to on here: https://magicblox.com

Spelling: Continue with your learning and revision of the Year 3 * 4 and 5 & spelling lists.

SPAG: Complete the SPAG quiz found in the resources below.

Foundation subjects

Here is a suggested timetable – the activities can be completed on any day. PE can be completed as often as you wish.

Day 1 Monday Day 2 Tuesday Day 3 Wednesday Day 4 Thursday Day 5 Friday 
Science

Watch the video and/or look at the different diagrams at in the resources below to explore the life cycles of mammals, amphibians, insects, birds and plants.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/the-life-cycles-of-different-organisms/zvh8qp3

 

Pick two of these (e.g. birds and mammals) and compare their life cycles.

What is similar? What is different?

RE https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z834wmn  watch this video and look at the information below to see what it is like in a Jewish Synagogue.

 

Your task is either to write a description of what you would see in a Jewish Synagogue or use the worksheet (see resources below) to draw your own Synagogue.

 

Draw lines to label the things you would expect to see

TOPIC : 2 week of Project task

 

This is your second week combining all your topic and computing skills together to produce an introductory piece of work for our next topic  – Ancient Greece.

 

Pick from one of these activities.  You will need to research using the information below and the internet if you have access to it.

·       Make a replica of an ancient Greek building using junk modelling

·       Create a fact file on Ancient Greece

·       Write a message using the Ancient Greek aplhabet

·       Draw a map of Ancient Greece

PE

You MUST let an adult know what you are doing before your start.

Complete your own exercise session:

·       Joe Wicks PE session YouTube 30-minute activity twice a week.

·       Personal Best Goal

·       PE at Home challenges

Cosmic Yoga

French – use the vocab found in the resources to accurately write a few sentences describing yourself

Resources for week 7 for RE, French, Science and SPAG can be found here. 

Week7_resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 6 (week beginning 11th May 2020) Remote Learning overview and resources.

Overview Year 5 _ week 6.pdf

Like last week, we have included all the worksheets and information required on the overview itself. A summary along with the resources can also be found below.

Subject and resources Work at home ideas

Reading 

Reading

 

 

Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Complete 4 reading journal activities from the grid. 

If you have access to the internet then:

Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

Oxford Owl has reading books for each level to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find a new book to read on here: https://magicblox.com

This week your teacher will arrange a Guided Reading group Zoom for you to take part in.

Read your group’s text before your Zoom time. It would be really useful if you could have this text available during the sessions.

Reading Extracts can be found below.

Reading

Spelling Keep up with the learning of the 3/4 and 5/6 spelling lists and complete a section or 2 of your Read Write Inc booklets each day.  These are the units that each group will be working on this week.

  • Mrs Bader Group – Unit 12
  • Miss Franks Group – Unit 12
  • Miss Judge and Miss Banks Group – Unit 15
English – writing  We will continue with the text ‘The Game’ this week. Re-read the text so you are familiar with it.  This week you will be writing your own story based on the boxed-up planner that you completed last week.  Think about sentence structures, use different sentence openers (ISPACED), use description (figurative language and expanded noun phrases) to add interest.

Day 1 – Today focus on the opening. Look back at the story ‘The Game’ see if you can use the structure form that. Introduce the character and describe the setting.

Day 2 – Today’s focus is the main character finding something they have not seen before and what happens to the main character.

Day 3 – Today write the resolution – how did the main character stop the strange things and end the story by showing how it all went back to normal.

Day 4 – Spend some time editing and improving your work today.

Day 5: Publish it.  Write it out or type it up, if you have the time why not include an illustration.

English – SPAG  This week we are going to look at synonyms.

Synonyms are words with the same or similar meaning:

Words such as happy, cheerful and merry.

Words such as sad, miserable and heartbroken

Watch this video to recap on synonyms and then have a go at the worksheet on the overview.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUOIvCn7tcw

Maths 

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Day 1: Today we are going to be revising negative numbers.

If you have access to the internet watch the short video clip and take part in the quiz before moving onto the activities. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/znwj6sg/articles/zxthnbk

The tasks for day 1 can be found on the overview.

Day 2:  Let’s continue to revise negative numbers.  Task 1: Can you use negative numbers to solve real life problems – see the overview.

Day 3: Today we will be revising rounding. Revise rounding by reading the information below and if you have access to the internet, watch the short video clip below: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zh8dmp3/articles/zpx2qty

Next complete the task son the overview.

Day 4 & 5: Roman Numerals  – complete the activities from the overview.

Science This week we are going to look at the life cycle of mammals.

Watch the video below if you are able to and/or look at the pictures of the lifecycle of a mouse and dog. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=V4j20B66t_0&feature=emb_logo  

Now draw a lifecycle of another mammal. Can you annotate your lifecycle with information and keywords that you have learnt from the video?

PE Before starting these activities, you MUST let an adult know what you are doing – find a clear area to do this and follow the instructions carefully!

Now complete your own exercise:

  • Joe Wicks PE session YouTube 30-minute activity twice a week.
  • Personal Best Goal
  • PE at Home challenges
  • Cosmic Yoga
French We are going to look at a well-known fable this week – you may have heard of it – The Hare and the Tortoise.  Listen to the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIAoNA0Ei_k .

Now draw a story map.  Can you use any of these words to annotate your story map?

If you do not have access to the internet, then use last week’s work to write a simple conversation about the weather this week.

RE

RE

This week we are going to find out the Shema, which is one of the most important prayers in the Jewish faith.

Watch this video to find out about it https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zqkq6sg

Now answer these questions in full sentences.

Topic

 

2 week Project task

Over the next two weeks we would like you to combine all your topic and computing skills together to produce an introductory piece of work for our next topic  – Ancient Greece.

Pick from one of these acticities.  You will need to reaserch using the information below and the internet if you have access to it.

  • Make a replica of an ancient Greek building using junk modelling
  • Create a fact file on Ancient Greece
  • Write a message using the Ancient Greek aplhabet
  • Draw a map of Ancient Greece

Some useful websites:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z87tn39

https://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_greece/architecture.php

Useful information

 

 

Week 5 (week beginning 4th May 2020) Remote Learning overview and resources.

We have tried to make it easier for you by including all the worksheets and information required  on the overview. A summary along with the resources can also be found below.

Overview Year 5_ week 5.pdf

 

Subject and resources Work at home ideas
 

Reading Journal Activities.pdf

Reading :

Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Complete 4 reading journal activities from the grid. 

If you have access to the internet then:

Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

Oxford Owl has reading books for each level to

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find a new book to read on here:

https://magicblox.com

Spelling Spelling:

Keep up with the learning of the 3/4 and 5/6 spelling lists and complete a section or 2 of your Read Write Inc booklets each day.

These are the units that each group will be working on this week.

  • Mrs Bader Group – Unit 11
  • Miss Franks Group – Unit 11
  • Miss Judge and Miss Banks Group – Unit 14
english English:

We will continue with the text ‘The Game’ this week. Re-read the text so you are familiar with it.  All the resources nd guidance you need for each day is found on the overview. 

Day 1 – plan a new section of the story.

Day 2 – use the section of text that we planned yesterday to write some sentences and plan a new setting.

Day 3 – Write a new problem using the previous 2 days work.

Day 4 – Box up a new finding tale

Relative clause SPAG.pdf SPAG:

Look at this video again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbVIIuhgg9Y

Now complete the relative clause activityRelative clause SPAG.pdf this will help to really embed this skill that we were recapping on last week.

Maths

Day 1

Day 1 Prime

Day 2 

Bronze_Square-Numbers–Activity-Sheets.pdf

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Silver activity can be found on pages 5 & 6 of booklet above.

Day 3

Counting in Powers of 10 Challenge Cards.pdf

Counting Forwards in Powers of 10.pdf

Counting Forwards and Backwards in Powers of 10.pdf

Counting Back in Powers of 10.pdf Answers.pdf

Day 4

See Overview

Maths : This week we are going to continue our revision of Year 5 Place Value. The activities are summarised below but please see the overview for more detailed explanations and tasks. 

Day 1:Prime Numbers

Today we are going to revise Prime Numbers.  Prime numbers are special numbers that can only be divided by themselves and 1.

  • 19 is a prime number. It can only be divided by 1 and 19.
  • 9 is not a prime number. It can be divided by 3 as well as 1 and 9.
  • The prime numbers below 20 are: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19.
  • Don’t forget: the number 1 is not thought of as a prime number.

If you can, use the link below to watch the video and have a go at Activity 1 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvv6t39

Next, complete either the Bronze or Silver Prime Number Challenge.

 

Day 2: Squared Numbers. 

If you can, look at this clip to remind yourself what squared numbers are  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhs7p3/articles/z2ndsrd.

Now show your understanding by working through Tasks 1 & 2.  For Task 1 pick your challenge or have a go at completing both!

 

Day 3:  Today we are going to be revising place value by counting forwards and backwards in powers of 10 (10, 100, 1000, 10,000).

Look at the overview for the tasks.

Task 1: Counting Forward in Powers of 10.  Pick your challenge (bronze, silver and gold) and complete the activities.

 

Day 4:  Lets continue to revise counting forwards and backwards back but in a different way.  Use your PV knowledge to complete these two tasks. 

Task 1: Pick you challenge and complete the number sentences. These can be found on the overview.

Friday : Bank Holiday 

See overview for revision activities.

 

Science Science: This week we are going to continue learning about a plant’s lifecycle.  Look at the life cycle fact poster.  If you have access to the internet then watch the videos clips below to find out more on how flowering plants reproduce:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgssgk7/articles/zqbcxfr

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgssgk7/articles/zyv3jty

Create a piece of work showing the life cycle of a flower/plant.

Topic

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Topic: To mark the 75th anniversary of the end of the second World War in Europe, on Friday May 8th the country will be celebrating VE day.  If you can, watch the video clips below or have a look at the information in the PPT  to find out more about VE day.  You can find everything on the overview as-well.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-ve-day/z7xtmfr

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/48201749

Your task:  Think about how you would tell the story of VE Day today. There are lots of ways you could bring the story of VE Day to life.  You could use artwork, text, music, video – it is totally up to you.

You could:

  • Write a short news report in the style of today or 75 years ago
  • Make a short video that tells the story of VE Day, either in the style of 75 years ago or how you would tell it today
  • Design a newspaper front page or article
  • Write or perform a poem, song, drawing or other work of art
  • Share the story of someone in your family or area who was involved in the War
  • Write or perform a short play about VE Day and what it would have been like 75 years ago

This is actually part of a government competition to mark VE day.  More details about the competition can be found here:

https://ve-vjday75.gov.uk/dan-snows-ve-day-challenge/

If you wish to upload your work to enter the competition then you MUST ask an adult if you can do this and ask them to help you with uploading your work.  The deadline for entries is the 6th May.

PE PE:

Before starting these activities, you MUST let an adult know what you are doing – find a clear area to do this and follow the instructions carefully!

Find out all about the benefits of exercise as well as lots more information here…

https://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/learning-activities/science/exercise/benefits-of-exercise/

Now complete your own exercise:

  • Joe Wicks PE session YouTube 30-minute activity twice a week.
  • Personal Best Goal
  • PE at Home challenges

Cosmic Yoga

ART & DT  ART & DT:

William Morris is a famous artist and interior designer from the Victorian era. He was fed up of the dullness of the industrial revolution so wanted to add colour to homes. He used nature and repeating floral patterns in his work.

Look at the images below.

Can you now create your own William Morris inspired artwork?

If you have access to the internet, watch this video for a bit of inspiration. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgTMiu6J3Jg

Computing

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Computing:

This week we are going to look at keeping safe online.  Look at the activity on the overview.  Complete Activities 1 and 2.

If you cannot access the video  then create a poster on how to keep safe online. 

Use the information in the PPT to help you. T-T-4962-Internet-Safety-Powerpoint_ver_7.pps

Music Music:

This week we are going to have some fun and become musical composers.  Find out more about composing here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcbkcj6/articles/z6bsy4j

Pick from one of the options below and compose a 30 second piece of music:

When you have finished composing, click save your work and press ‘Copy link’.  Then go and paste this link into the music dojo portfolio task so I can listen to your composition!  You can also choose to download it to your computer if you wish to.

  • If you haven’t any access to a device then use whatever instruments or materials you have in your house. You could use your hands to clap, your feet to stamp, your own voice etc.  If you are able to, ask someone to film or record your composition and upload this  to DOJO or send to your teacher via your class email address.  If you cannot do this then draw out a storyboard showing your composition.

Remember: The topic you choose to inspire your music is totally up to you – it could be one of the topics we have explored in school such as space or Antarctica or it could be something totally new such as your lockdown experience!  Lyrics are optional!

RE

RE

RE:

This week we are going to find out the Seder meal, an important element to the Jewish festival of Pesach, also known as Passover.

Below you will find links to 3 short video clips from BBC Bitesize and some information.  Watch these and look at the information below to find out about Pesach.

Next, either using the template (in the RE Resources folder) or by drawing your own – create a Seder plate to show the special foods that are eaten during a Seder meal.  Annotate your work to explain what the food is and what it represents.  There is also a PPT in the resources folder if you need some help.

Clip 1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z3n34wx

Clip 2: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zx7tfg8

Clip 3: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zytfgk7

 

French

French

French:

We are going to continue with the weather this week. Recap French weather using the video link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlE6tBiSHvc

If you have access to a printer – play a game of snap with the cards (you will find them in the resources folder) or turn them all over and play a game of Pelmanism (pairs) with the cards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 4 (week beginning 27th April 2020) Remote Learning 

The overview for this weeks remote learning can be found Overview Year 5 _ week 4 .pdf

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Subject and resources Work at home ideas
Reading

Reading Journal Activities.pdf

 

 

Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Complete 4 reading journal activities from the grid.  Reading Journal Activities.pdf

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Oxford Owl has reading books for each level to  https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find a new book to read on here if you have access to the internet   https://magicblox.com

This week your teacher will arrange a Guided Reading group Zoom for you to take part in.

Look out for DOJO updates on this.

Read your group’s text before your Zoom time – it will be posted on DOJO.

Spelling

Miss Franks

Miss Judge_

Miss Banks

Mrs Badar

Keep up with the learning of the 3/4 and 5/6 spelling lists and complete a section or 2 of your Read Write Inc booklet each day.

These are the units that each group will be working on this week.

·      Mrs Badar – Unit 10

·      Miss Franks – Unit 10 

·      Miss Judge_Miss Banks – Unit 13

English

English Activities Day 1 and 2.pdf

We are going to look and read a story called The Game this week. It is based on a story called Jumanji (you may have seen the film).

Day 1 Research about Jumanji.  Look at the plot of the new story ‘The Game’.

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English Activities Day 1 and 2.pdf

What are the similarities and differences between the 2 stories?   Complete a double bubble.

Day 2 – Read/listen to the story ‘The Game’ (make predictions when the story pauses). Underline any words you are don’t know the meaning of. Now look these up and find the definitions.  Write sentences using the words you have underlined and found definitions of and also complete the worksheet about definitions.

Day 3 – Read the story again.

Now complete the comprehension questions – these will be uploaded to DOJO for Wednesday.

Day 4 – Relative Clauses.

Complete the worksheet on relative clauses this will be uploaded to DOJO for Thursday.

Day 5 – Let’s look at how changing certain words in a sentence might change the mood.

Now try the sentence Imitation, adjective change and ideas change.

SpaG https://www.teachwire.net/news/7-of-the-best-online-grammar-games-for-ks2   Have a look and play some of these games to practice some grammar skills.
Maths

Day 2 Tuesday resources

Day 3 Wednesday resources

Day 4 Thursday

Day 5 Friday

revision

 

All maths resources

Maths

Day 1 Monday:

Please visit the following website https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Click on Week 2 Lesson 1 Rounding decimals. 

Like last week, use the video clips to help you revise rounding decimals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2 Tuesday :

We will now be taking a break from the White Rose Resources to revise Place Value.  There is no need to print out the worksheets – you could just record the answers in your home learning book.

1)    Use the link below to watch a video to revise Place Value. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zsjqtfr/articles/z9w3g82

2)    Scroll down from underneath the video and click on the pictures. Can you make the numbers?

 

 

 

3)    Keep scrolling down and complete the quiz.

 

4)    Now, complete the Place Value Reading & Writing sheets  – pick your challenge either Bronze, Silver or Gold – you will find the sheets here Day 2 Tuesday resources.

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Bronze                                     Silver                                      Gold

 

Day 3 Wednesday:

Today we will continue to revise Place Value.  Pick your level and complete the activities, they can be found in the  Day 3 Wednesday resources 

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Bronze                                                      Silver                                                       Place Value Riddle Cards

 

Day 4 Thursday:

Today we will be using our knowledge of Place Value to work through some reasoning questions.  You should try to complete at least 5 questions – you can pick any questions you want to tackle. Remember to read them carefully and show all your workings. The questions and answers for you to check your work can be found in the day 4 Thursday folder   Day 4 Thursday 

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PV questions

 

Day 5 Friday Times Table revision

 1)    Spend 20 minutes on TTRS

2)    Find the Multiplication mosaics worksheet in the day 5 folder (you’ll need a printer to print this) Day 5 Friday

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Multiplication Mosaics

OR

Multiplication wheels – copy and complete the ones  from the overview or look in the Day 5 Friday folder and pick one which practices a timetable you find tricky!

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Multiplication wheels

You need to multiply the numbers by the middle number and write the answer in the outside ring.

Revision:

Remember you should be spending an hour on Maths each day.  Extra revision activities can be found below:

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·       ‘Rich List’ activity – pick your challenge *, ** or ***

·       Place Value interactive word search : https://www.twinkl.co.uk/go/resource/number-and-place-value-within-1-000-000-interactive-word-search-tg-161-newlink

·       Prodigy Maths

·       TTRS

Science Pollination in Flowers/Plants

Look at these videos all about pollination.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiFaN2xQg5g

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgssgk7/articles/zqbcxfr

Now complete the 2 activities at the bottom of the BBC bitesize video.

Can you create a diagram that shows how plants are pollinated?

Topic

Topic

Famous Spies

Can you complete some research on a famous spy?

Complete a mini biography about a spy of your choice.

There are also some other activities you can do all about spies – look in the topic folder.

Topic

PE Before starting these activities, you MUST let an adult know what you are doing – find a clear area to do this and follow the instructions carefully!

Find out all about the benefits of Exercise as well as lots more information here…

https://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/learning-activities/science/exercise/benefits-of-exercise/

Now complete your own exercise:

·       Joe Wicks PE session YouTube 30-minute activity twice a week.

·       Personal Best Goal

·       PE at Home challenges

Art & DT With things you can find around the house, create a model to explain pollination. It could be using lego, different toys, make model… be creative!
Computing Try improving your touch typing:

https://www.typingclub.com

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr

Music If you play an instrument, practise it.

Spend 10-15 minutes a day listening to music that you enjoy.

Can you tell me what your favourite musician/singer/group are at the moment and why?

French resources folder French Bonjour – This week we are going to learn about the weather.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zj6w2hv  – Watch this short video.  Listen carefully to the different vocabulary used to describe the weather.

Now choose at least one of the activities below to help you revise the weather.  There is also a Powerpoint in the French resources folder which helps you learn and pronounce the vocab.

French

o   Activity 1 – Practice your vocab by printing, creating and using this French weather fortune teller!  You will need a printer to print this off OR if you’re up for a challenge you could make your own one!

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Fortune Teller

 

o   Activity 2 – Dessine le temps – Draw the weather described in the pictures sheet is in the resources folder and on the overview.  If you haven’t a printer you can simply write out the vocab and draw the weather.

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Dessine le temps

o   Activity 3 -Draw a weather map forecast for the week – use French vocabulary to describe each day’s weather.

RE

 

What does it mean to be Jewish today?

1)    Take 2 minutes and write a list of 10 things that are important to you – things that you care about or things you think are important in your life e.g. football, family.

2)    Watch this short video about Charlie, who is a Jewish.  http://www.viewpure.com/72QaHckhjIw?start=0&end=0

3)    Make a list of the things that matter to Charlie.  How many of these things are to do with his religion – being Jewish?

4)    Compare the things that mattered to you to the things that you listed for Charlie.

a.     Write a few sentences explaining any similarities and differences between the two of you.

5)    Watch this video clip http://www.viewpure.com/73WsIne-FKg?start=0&end=0 and answer the questions below.  Why not draw an image to help explain your answers?

o   Why are the 10 commandments important to the Jewish faith? Remember we looked at the Ten Commandments in Term 4.

o   What do Jewish people believe about God and how they should live?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Complete 4 reading journal activities from the thumbnail of Reading Journal Activities

 

Oxford Owl has reading books for each level too

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

 

Find a new book to read on here if you have access to the internet.

https://magicblox.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 3 (week beginning 20th April 2020) Remote Learning 

The overview for this weeks remote learning can be found here

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Scroll down to access the links to all the resources required for each subject this week

Reading

All resources required for reading activities can be found here: Reading

 

Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

Home Reading book 4 x weekly (this could be a magazine, newspaper…).

Complete 4 reading journal activities from the grid.

Oxford Owl has reading books for each level

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Find a new book to read on here if you have access to the internet.

https://magicblox.com

Spelling

All resources required for Spelling  activities can be found here: Spelling

A break from Read Write Inc Spelling this week and a focus on Year ¾ and Year 5/6 spelling lists.

Try to correct the spelling mistakes on the sheets (you don’t need to print these sheets – just write a list of the correct spellings and then check them with the answers).

 

English

All resources required for English activities can be found here: English

 

 

SpaG/English – expanded noun phrases

Use the pdf to revise expanded noun phrases.

  • Write expanded noun phrases to describe a character of your choice.
  • Write sentences using the expanded noun phrases your character.
  • Write a paragraph to describe the character including expanded noun phrases.

Remember description doesn’t just have to be telling me what your character looks like: use your senses, think about the manner in which it speaks, moves…

Maths 

All revision resources can be found here: Maths

Visit the following website:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Select ‘Week 1’.

Here you will find a selection of video clips about decimals.  Please work through one video and the relevant activity each daythese need to be completed in the correct order.  The activities and answers are provided on the same webpage.

Here is an overview of the week:

Monday – Lesson 1 – Decimals up to 2 dp (decimal places)

Tuesday – Lesson 2 – Decimals as fractions (1)

Wednesday – Lesson 3 – Decimals as fractions (2)

Thursday – Lesson 4 – Understanding thousandths

Friday – Lesson 5 – Thousandths as decimals

Once you have completed the activity, you should then carry out some of the revision activities below.  Remember, you should be spending an hour each day on maths.

Revision:

 Revision Option 1

Work through these activities to revise your Place Value and formal addition & subtraction skills.  Use the Knowledge organizer to remind you of the methods if you get stuck.  These activities include both arithmetic and problem-solving skills.

These videos may also help you:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zsjqtfr/articles/z9w3g82 – Place Value

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zy2mn39  – Addition and Subtraction

Answers:

Where there are not answers, ask an adult to check your work using a calculator. There is a selection of questions for you to work through (you can choose the levels).

Day 1 & 2 – Revising Place Value  (Bronze or Silver – pick your challenge)

Day 3  – Formal Addition (Bronze or Silver – pick your challenge)

Day 4 – Formal subtraction (Bronze or Silver – pick your challenge)

Day 5 – Problem Solving (Pick your challenge *, ** or ***)

Revision Option 2

Arithmetic test – you could a few of these questions each day – you are not expected to complete the whole document in one go!

Don’t forget these websites:

Times Table Rock Stars – 10 mins

https://play.ttrockstars.com/

Battles will be set on a regular basis.

Prodigy Maths (just for fun)

https://play.prodigygame.com/

 

 

Science

All resources required for Science activities can be found here: Science

 

Look at the pdf about the different parts of a flower.

Using a real flower, dissect it and label these parts.  If you don’t have a flower, draw on similar to that in the pdf. Then write about what each part’s function is.

*stamen

*stigma

*carpel

*anther

*filament

*style

*ovary

*pollen

Topic

All resources required for Topic activities can be found here: Topic

 

Spies and Espionage

Now create some gadgets that you could use as a spy.  Use persuasive techniques to suggest why this is the best spy gadget to use.

Use the PowerPoint to help you – remember AFOREST for persuasion too.

PE

 

Before starting these activities, you MUST let an adult know what you are doing – find a clear area to do this and follow the instructions carefully!

Find out all about the benefits of Exercise as well as lots more information here…

https://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/learning-activities/science/exercise/benefits-of-exercise/

Now complete your own exercise:

  • Joe Wicks PE session YouTube 30 minute activity twice a week.
  • Personal Best Goal
  • PE at Home challenges

Art & DT

Use Art for kids hub https://www.youtube.com/user/ArtforKidsHub to draw your favourite character or animal.

Computing

Try improving your typing:

https://www.typingclub.com

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr

Music

If you play an instrument, practise it.

Spend 10-15 minutes a day listening to music that you enjoy.

French

All resources required for French activities can be found here: French

 

30 minutes of learning about what’s in your pencil case –

Qu’est-ce qu’il y a dans ma trousse?

Use this video to hear the different things you’d find in your school bag.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzEPv-Zc3eg

Design your own pencil case and use the word bank to label it.

RE

 

 

What does it mean to be Jewish today?

Complete some research about this question:

Who are Jewish people and what do they believe in?

Here are some website you could use to complete your research:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/religion/religions/judaism/beliefs/beliefs_1.shtml

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-what-is-judaism/zfbhf4j

You could create a collage of information, a Powerpoint, a spider diagram…

 

Easter Break 2020

Hello everyone.  Here is a selection of activities to keep you busy over the next 2 weeks – pick and choose what you like the look of.

They are designed for KS2 in general (most can be adapted even lower), so the whole family can get involved. 

There is no expectation for you to complete these tasks.  Some of these activities do require a printer but there are many that could also be displayed on a screen. 

Have a great Easter (and eat lots of chocolate)! 

If you would like to show us what you have been doing then please upload them for us to see via your class portfolio on Class Dojo.  

Take Care & Stay Safe Miss Franks & Mrs Badar 🙂

KS2 Easter Overview.pdf

thumbnail of Acts of Kindness Calendar

Acts of Kindness Calendar.pdf

Art ideas

KS2 Art – Zentangles.pdf
Design an Easter Egg.pdf
easter-egg-mindfulness-colouring-pages-_ver_2.pdf
Maths Activities
KS2 Maths.pdf
Easter Egg Coordinates Activity Sheet.pdf
Easter Egg Division Colour by Number.pdf
Easter Multiplication Mosaics
Differentiated Activity Sheets.pdf
easter-chocolate-mystery-maths-game-_ver_10.pdf
Easter-Egg-Symmetry-Sheets (1).pdf
Easter-Joke-Multiplication-Code-Breaker-Activity-Sheet.pdf
Reading & Vocabulary activities 
KS2 vocab.pdf
60-Second Reads Easter Activity Pack.
Easter Tale Inference Activity Sheetspdf
Writing Activities
KS2 Writing.pdf
Easter Holiday Snapshots Writing
Easter Spag Mystery Problem-Solving Game.pdf
Easter & other activities
ks2-symbols-of-the-holy-spirit-.pdf
KS2 Various activities.pdfeaster-traditions-in-france-powerpoint.pdf
Easter Jokes Matching Activity.pdf
Lent And Easter Word Search.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to week 2’s home learning.  Remember to check Class Dojo if you can for regular messages and updates.

Week 2 Week beginning 30th March 
Subject Work at home overview and resources 

Overview Year 5 _ week 2.pdf 2

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Reading Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

Home Reading book 4 x weekly.

Why not write a quick synopsis on Class Dojo about the book you are reading?

Reading– choose your group comprehension task.

 

Spelling Continue to learn and revise 3/4/5/6 spelling lists.

  • Miss Judge and Miss Bank’s Unit 12
  • Mrs Badar – Unit 12
  • Miss Franks Unit 8/9

All resources can be found by clicking on spelling below:

Spelling

thumbnail of Miss Franks’s group _dot_and_dash_U9 thumbnail of Miss Judge dot_and_dash_U12 thumbnail of Miss Judge Unit 12 thumbnail of Mrs Bader dot_and_dash_U12 thumbnail of Mrs Bader Unit 12

English & SPAG SPAG Quiz resources can be found here :  SPAG

thumbnail of Grammar and Punctuation Quiz Y5 Test 1

English – see overview.

 

 

 

Maths TTRS daily – please use other methods to learn the tables you are unsure of too.

4 x 30 minutes using activities from the worksheets below, revising the fraction work we have been learning in Term 3 & 4

  • Adding and subtracting fractions worksheets: look at the file names, do activity 1 first, activity 2 then activity 3.
  • Equivalent fractions worksheet activities.
  • Mixed Number and Improper fractions.
  • Arithmetic Test 1a

(remember * = easy ** = slightly harder *** = challenging).

For adding and subtracting fractions work try and follow the order of the file names e.g. activity 1 first.

All maths activities for the week can be found by clicking here : Maths

Use the fraction Knowledge Organiser and the video/s on the web page below to

help you revise our work on fractions,next week we will be revising Place Value.

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhdwxnb    

thumbnail of year-5-fractions-knowledge-organiser_ver_5

Use Prodigy Game as often as you wish.

Play.Prodigygame.com

Science Investigate and explore the force of gravity so you can explain that unsupported objects fall towards the Earth because of the force of gravity acting between the Earth and the falling object.

 

Read through the PPT and Newton fact sheet.  Then using this information have a go at completing the Newton Activity sheet.

Use the Forces Knowledge Organiser and the videos on the webpage below to help you.

thumbnail of Newton Activity Sheet thumbnail of Newton Fact Sheet 

worksheets

 

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf66fg8/articles/zqbm3k7

Topic Spies and Espionage

We will be starting a short project around the world of Spies and Espionage!

Start off by creating your own Secret Agent / Spy identity – as a spy it is vital that you keep your true identify hidden.  Use the worksheet to create a false identity to help you stay undetected.

All activity sheets can be found by clicking hereTopic Spies

PE

Before starting these activities, you MUST let an adult know what you are doing – find a clear area to do this and follow the instructions carefully!

Joe Wicks PE session YouTube 30 minute activity twice a week.

Cosmic Yoga – Follow link below for an awesome Pokémon Yoga Challenge!

http://www.viewpure.com/tbCjkPlsaes?start=0&end=0

Art & DT thumbnail of listeningtomusic

If you play an instrument, practise it.

Spend 10-15 minutes a day listening to music that you enjoy –fill in the music sheet all about the music you are listening too.

listeningtomusic.pdf

Computing  If you have completed all the activities on the Online Safety and Wellbeing PowerPoint then complete 30 minutes using the tutorials on Scratch online. Choose your own tutorial – for extra challenge find a project that challenges you to use variables!

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=getStarted

French 30 minutes of learning colours and clothes

Click here to access the worksheets : French

RE I wonder, what is Holy Communion?

Read through the PowerPoint – here is the link to the video on Slide 4 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zgsb9j6

Task: Create a fact file or short information video (if you have the equipment to record it) about Holy Communion making sure it answers the questions below.

  • I wonder, what is Holy Communion?
  • Why do Christians share bread and wine?
  • What does the wine and bread symbolise?

All resources can be found by clicking here: RE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 1

 

 

 

Week beginning 23rd March 2020

Subject Work at home overview and resources 
Reading Reading Plus – as directed by your teacher (feel free to do more if you want).

Home Reading book 4 x weekly

Weekly Comprehension   – find your reading group eg Narnia, Wonderland.

Reading week 1

Spelling Learn and revise 3/4/5/6 spelling lists.

See spelling rule and activities below  – 15minutes 4 x weekly .

Mrs Badar – Unit 11 Miss Franks Unit 6/7 Mrs Judge & Miss Banks Unit 11.

Spelling week 1

 

thumbnail of 3_4 5_6 spelling list thumbnail of Miss Franks Unit 6 thumbnail of Miss Judge U11 thumbnail of Mrs Bader Unit 11

English & SPAG SPaG – see class dojo for weekly activities.  This week – SPAG Quiz – click on image. thumbnail of Grammar and Punctuation Quiz Y5 Test 1

SPAG WEek 1

 

Writing project on recounts –  The Washington Post

English Week 1 and 2

thumbnail of Pigeon Street Spy Newspaper Report and Tasks

Maths TTRS daily – please use other methods to learn the tables you are unsure of too.

4 x 30minutes using activities posted on class dojo (white rose/twinkl) revising fraction and decimals and Arithmetic test – click on image below for files. Remember the * at the bottom indicate the challenge – 1 * – easy  ***= challenging.

Maths Week 1

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Use Prodigy Game as often as you wish.

Play.Prodigygame.com

Science Investigate forces including air resistance, friction, push and pull (Powerpoint and Worksheets).

Science

Topic Create a double page spread about a person/country of interest to you.
PE Devise a 20 minute circuit that you can do daily and keep a fitness log.

Joe Wicks PE session YouTube 30 minute activity.

If you have the equipment available, practise netball throws and shooting.

This is also a great website from the BBC to look at for ideas.

Art & DT With adult supervision help plan and prepare lunch or dinner.
Music If you play an instrument, practise it.

Spend 10-15 minutes a day listening to music that you enjoy.

Computing  Work through Online Safety PPT and activities.

Computing

French 30 minutes of worksheets revising colours and clothes.  thumbnail of Colour word mat thumbnail of Design an Outfit Activity Sheet thumbnail of french colours wordsearch

Look in home packs for worksheets.

French

RE Retell the Easter Story as a comic strip.

RE Week 1

Welcome to Term 4

Science Week Week 3

Such a brilliant start to Science week with everyone arriving as crazy scientists!!

After a fantastic assembly Science workshop by Mr Dale, Year 5 spent the week learning about water resistance, how to test the PH levels of different liquids and materials and the effects of Global Warming on our oceans.  The children are currently testing the effects increased acid levels in our seas has on shells.

Watch this space for some amazing photos. 

Star of the Week this week was awarded to Lottie (Willow Class) for her amazing efforts in Science week. 

 

 

Week 2

World Book Day 

Have you exchanged your World Book day voucher yet?

Don’t forget to do so, as there are some fantastic books available for to get for free!

We had a great day in Year 5 with a range of activities all based around our class book ‘ Shackleton’s Journey’.

We had great fun designing and turning our classroom doors into displays based on our book.

Well-done to Willow class who won the competition.

 

 

 

 

Star of this week this week was awarded to Janani (Maple class) for showing kindness and always working hard in every subject. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 1 & 2 

Hello and welcome to Term 4 – this term we see us continuing our work from term 3 and then some exciting work on forces in our next topic – ‘May the forces be with you!’

Check out our curriculum maps here CM_Term4_Wk 1 – 3     CM_Term 4_Wk 3 – 6 

Save the date for World book day!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Term 3 – Antarctic Explorers

Curriculum Map:

Check out our Curriculum map_term3 to find out what your child will be learning about.

Homework:

Reading Plus and TTRS – watch this space for details of termly homework.

NOTICES

PE will be on Thursday (Hockey)  and Fridays (Dance and movement) so please ensure full PE Kit are in school.

During week 5 and 6 we will also have American Football.

Congratulations to Emily in Willow class for being awarded this weeks

*Star of the Week*.

 

 

In PE we have been creating Dance routines influenced by our topic of Space in Science. Children worked in groups to create performances incorporating, starting and finishing poses, travelling, rhythm and coordination.

This week we have been studying the composer Gustav Holst; focusing on his works ‘The Planets’.  Inspired by our this music and our learning of Space in Science, we worked in groups (with a range of percussion instruments) to compose music telling a story about each planet in our solar system.

 

 

 

Welcome to Term 2 – Rags to Riches

 

Curriculum Map:

Check out the Term 2_Overview for this term to find out what your child will be learning about.

Homework:

Homework_term2 can be found here.

At the end of this term Year 5 will be visiting Kent Life for a Victorian Christmas Workshop. Children are invited to wear Victorian dress.

Check out the website here.

Maths Week  

An amazing week of Maths inspired work including problems solving, code cracking and Maths inspired art.

 

Boogie Bounce and dance fitness

Year 5 had great fun working out to music both through dance and on small trampolines.

A great fun way to learn about health and fitness.

        

Yr 5 Marsh Athletics

Wow what an amazing day. Yr 5 demonstrated many of our school values and whatever the result should be justly proud of their achievments.

Watch this space for news of some extraordinary, achieving children….

Week 1: Sophie L Maple Class

Week 2: Sophie L Willow Class

Week 3: Ruby L Maple Class

Week 4:

Week 5:

Week 6:

Week 7:

Term 1 Year 5

Star of the week

*Week 1 Maya (Willow)

Week 2 Holly (Maple)

Week 4 Lilly (Willow)

Week 5 yet to be revealed!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spellings

See Class Dojo for information regarding spelling groups. Current spellings can be found below:

Walliams_

U1 Dahl_

U1 Child_U1

 

Tennis

Every Tuesday Year 5 children have been receiving professional tennis coaching.  It has been fanatic watching their skills develop.

Welldone to Maya and Lucy who were both awarded a Golden Ticket which entitles them to tennis coaching at a reduced rate.

Smugglers Entry point

To launch our topic on smugglers the children received a letter from Slippery Sam asking them to design and test a smuggling vessel.

Check out some of their design ideas.

 

Mrs Badar and Miss Franks would like to welcome you to Year 5.  

We are very excited about the amazing topics and learning journeys we have planned for this year. If you are not already connected to our Class DoJo pages them please connect asap via the invitation sent home this week with your child. These pages will contain information, class photos and so much more to help keep you connected and part of your child’ school life in Year 5.

Term 1

Our focus for this term is on Smuggling, our topic  is called ‘Dark Deeds and Shinning Lights’.  Check out what we are studying across all curriculum areas by looking at our curriculum map – Term 1_Overview.

The Smugglers Song