Year 5

Work for School Closure

Websites

Your child has been given a workbook and each week, all teachers will set 2 pieces of English, 2 pieces of Maths and a non-core subject activity to be completed in this workbook.

The book also has all the logins and information you need to help you child and keep them entertained.

Here are a list of some of the websites that you can use during this time. There is a comprehensive list in your workbook. Educational Websites

Purple Mash

Classroom Secrets

TTrockstars

Here is a copy of the Year 5 6 spellings

Click here for examples of column addition, column subtraction, column multiplication and the bus stop method for division.

 

Please read carefully – Microsoft Teams

This week, we are implementing a new concept of home learning by using Microsoft Teams with Year 5 . You should have received information regarding this by e-mail.  If you have not received information, please contact admin@middlestown.accordmat.org  This new concept of home learning will provide further opportunity for communication and interaction between your child’s class teacher and your child.  In time, it will replace the work displayed here upon the website page.  Please read the letter and guide below for additional support and guidance.

Teams Parental Letter MPA

Microsoft Teams Parent’s Guide

Summer Term Week 5 - 18.5.2020 - 22.5.2020

Only one more week before half term! Here is a suggested timetable for this week:

Weekly Timetable 18.5.2020

 

Monday

English – In English, I can create a word bank to describe a mythical creature.

Watch this video to listen to Chapter 3 being read to you (or click on the PDF below to read it yourself). After I have read the chapter there are a few questions to answer, so listen carefully.

Task: create a word bank to describe a mythical creature – draw your own mythical creature and label it using expanded noun phrases and prepositional phrases. You can do this in your Home Workbook or using the sheet below:

Word bank for a mythical creature – horse

Word bank for a mythical creature – blank

Firebird – Chapter 1

Firebird – Chapter 2

Firebird – Chapter 3

 

Maths – Investigate the weight and length of objects in your house.

Can you find objects that weigh a certain amount? Or objects that measure a certain length? Open the worksheet and see if you can complete all of the questions.

Investigating measures

 

Tuesday

English – In English, I can write a character description using ambitious vocabulary.

Yesterday you designed your own mythical creature and labelled with expanded noun phrases and prepositional phrases, today you are going to write a character description of your creature. Below is an example of a description of a mythical creature. Read it carefully and notice the choice of ambitious adjectives and the use of ISPACE to start sentences.

Mythical creature description example

Mythical creature description example with annotations

 

Maths – In maths, I can convert measures.

Watch this video on converting measures. Then choose Bronze, Silver or Gold and progress to the next level or Whizz Kids.

Convert measures Bronze, Silver and Gold

Convert measures Whizz Kids

Converting measures crib sheet

 

History – Tudor Timeline

Open this document to see a timeline of British History which shows the time of the Tudors in relation to other eras: Timeline

Then, click here to see a timeline of the Tudors and use this information to complete the timeline worksheet.

The Tudors timeline activity

 

Wednesday

English – Comprehension

Watch this video for the input with the text ‘How to look after rabbits’, then complete the text ‘Cool Uniforms’ independently.

Comprehension – How to look after a rabbit – input

Comprehension – Cool Uniform – independent

 

Maths – In maths, I can solve measures problems. Watch this video on solving measures problems then choose one of the options below. Progress to the next level or whizz kids when you have finished.

Measures problems – bronze

Measures problems – silver 

Measures problems – gold

Measures problems – Whizz Kids

Thursday

GPS – Determiners

Look at the powerpoint on Determiners. Answer any questions that are on there, then choose a worksheet to complete. There are three levels to choose from depending on how confident you feel. When you have finished, have a go at this quiz.

Identifying a Determiner PowerPoint

Determiner Detective Worksheets

 

Maths – Arithmetic test

Choose KS1, Year 5 or Year 6 to complete.

The answers are at the end of the tests. I have not filmed the answer this week, but if you need any questions explaining then please ask.

Arithmetic test – KS1

Arithmetic test – Year 5

Arithmetic test – Year 6

 

ICTPractice your typing skill on Purple Mash. Search ‘2type’ and choose your level and progress from one level to the next when you feel confident. Remember to use the correct fingers like it shows you!

 

Friday

Spelling test – have a spelling test at home!

Reading – read to yourself or with someone else at home. Can someone in your house ask you questions about the book that you are reading? Use the bookmark that was in your Home Workbook for questions.

 

Use the rest of the day to catch up on any work that you have missed.

Summer Term Week 4 – 11.5.2020 – 15.5.2020

Hi Year 5! I hope you all enjoyed the bank holiday, please send any photos you have to admin@middlestown.accordmat.org, I would love to see them!

Here is a suggested timetable if you would like to follow one at home:

Weekly Timetable 11.5.2020

Monday

English – In English, I can make inferences from what I have read.

Firebird – first, watch this video where you will hear Chapter 2 being read to you. There will be some questions to answer after the video, listen carefully.

Task – continue the story. Use ambitious vocabulary and think about ISPACE for your openers when writing two paragraphs explaining what happens next to Ivan.

If you cannot watch the video then read chapter 2 (link below) and continue the story as above.

Firebird – Chapter 1

Firebird – Chapter 2

 

Maths – In maths, I can multiply fractions

Watch this video on multiplying fractions then choose Bronze, Silver or Gold below.

Multiply fractions – Bronze and Silver

Multiply fractions – Gold

Multiply fractions – bronze, silver and gold ANSWERS

Click on this link for Whizz Kids on BBC Bitesize

 

Tuesday

English – In English, I can plan a diary entry

Watch this video on planning a diary entry. You will be writing a diary entry from the point of view of the wolf tomorrow. Today, you need to plan your diary entry. Either use the planning template below or write in your Home Workbooks following this format:

  1. The beginning of your day, describing where you live a little – including adjectives
  2. Seeing Ivan on his horse coming into YOUR forest – think about your feelings at this point
  3. Eating the horse and then talking to Ivan
  4. Taking Ivan to the firebird and what you did next

Diary planning template

Diary plan example

 

Maths – In maths, I can read and write decimals as fractions

Watch this BBC Bitesize clip and complete the activities. Then, choose Bronze, Silver or Gold below:

Convert decimals and fractions – Bronze, Silver and Gold

Convert decimals and fractions – Whizz Kids

Convert fractions to decimals – Whizz Kids ANSWERS

 

History/Art – The artist we are focusing on this half term is Holbein – he was most known for his portraits. One of these portraits was King Henry VIII

Task – create your own portrait in the style of Holbein, either search ‘Holbein Tudor paintings’ on Google, or draw a portrait of someone in your family and dress them in Tudor clothes.

 

Wednesday

English – In English, I can write a diary entry using informal vocabulary

Write the diary entry of the wolf using the plan you made yesterday. See an example below of the start of a diary:

Diary example

 

Maths – In maths, I can convert fractions, decimals and percentages.

Watch this video to refresh how to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages. Then choose to complete either bronze, silver or gold:

Convert fractions, decimals and percentages plus answers

 

Thursday

Comprehension – The Beast Within: Episode 3

Watch this video for the input to the lesson. You will need Episode 3: Part 1, then complete Episode 3: Part 2 on your own and answer the questions in your Home Workbooks.

If you cannot watch the video, the worksheets have all questions on:

The Beast Within – Episode 3 part 1

The Beast Within – Episode 3 part 2

 

Maths – Arithmetic test

Choose KS1, Year 5 or Year 6 to complete.

Arithmetic Test KS1

Arithmetic Test Year 5

Arithmetic Test Year 6

The answers are at the end of the tests, but if you want to see the working out for any you are struggling on then click on these links:

Year 5 answers 

Year 6 answers part 1

Year 6 answers part 2

The final answer to the Year 6 test:

 

Music – Miss Spalding has recommended ‘Deteggtive Anderson’ – follow this link and link any move/sound/percussion to the different eggs. I would recommend watching the video first before playing along.

 

Science – How do humans change during their lifetime?

The topic for science for this half term is ‘Animals and Humans’. Watch this BBC Bitesize clip on how humans change during their lifetime.

Task: Can you find different photos of you at different ages? Look at the photos and compare them – what is different? What is the same? What has changed the most? Do you have the same characteristics as other people in your family? Make predictions about what you think you will look like when you are older.

You can do this verbally with adults in your house, or you could stick photos on a sheet of paper and create your own picture lifecycle (or part of it) and then draw what you think you will look like when you are older. Send them to Admin when you have finished!

 

Friday

Spelling test – have a spelling test at home!

Reading – read to yourself or with someone else at home. Can someone in your house ask you questions about the book that you are reading? Use the bookmark that was in your Home Workbook for questions.

 

Maths – Log onto Education City and complete the tasks that are set. 3 of the activities are compatible with iPads, but ‘Ready, Steady, Bake’ can only be accessed on a computer/laptop – do not worry if you cannot complete this activity.

 

Summer Term Week 3 – 4.5.2020 – 8.5.2020

Welcome to another week of Home Learning! 😊

Here is a suggested timetable for the week, and I’ve had a go at recording some lessons this week as well. I have uploaded the videos to Youtube and I have included the links below. If you cannot watch the videos then I have explained what to do and included all resources on the website.

Year 5 Weekly Timetable 4.5.2020

UPDATE: TTROCKSTARS BATTLE ENDS TODAY. Boys are currently winning at 5339 points against the girls with 3078 – keep going! The battle ends Monday 4th May at 3:30pm.

Year 5 are also in a battle against Year 2 until Sunday 10th May at 6:00pm (sneaky Year 2 didn’t tell us we were in a battle, let’s show them what we can do!!)

UPDATE Tuesday 5th May – I have uploaded answers for the maths questions. Find them with the resources for each day. 

Monday 4th May 2020

English – writing character profiles

This week we will be using Chapter 1 of a story called ‘Firebird’. Click this link to see the lesson I have recorded for today.

Task: to create character profiles about the three brothers: Dmitry, Vasily and Ivan. Think about their appearance (using images from the book), their intentions (why they want to catch the Firebird) and what their father thinks of them. Write in paragraphs (one for each son) and write in full sentences, thinking about your openers and adjectives you can use to describe them.

Here is the start of an example of a profile:

Character profile example

Whizz Kids: write a character profiles about Tsar Vislav (the father)

Here is a copy of chapter 1:

Firebird – PDF

Maths – convert improper fractions to mixed numbers

Here is a link to a short clip refreshing how to change improper fractions to mixed numbers.

Complete the questions in your Home Workbooks – choose bronze, silver or gold.

Maths – improper fractions to mixed numbers Bronze, Silver and Gold

Improper fractions to mixed numbers – bronze, silver and gold ANSWERS

 

Tuesday 5th May 2020

English – Persuasive features

Click on this link to see my lesson on identifying persuasive features.

Read the persuasive Superhero letter and identify the features. In class we have a list of features and we need to find them in an example text. Then, we underline the feature and the example in the same colour. Here is an example:

Persuasive letter and features example

Persuasive features of writing

Superhero persuasive letter

Task: identify the persuasive features in the Superhero letter.

Whizz Kids – Are there any missing features from the superhero letter? Add/write extra information to include these features. Can you uplevel any of the vocabulary that you think needs improving?

 

Maths – Convert mixed numbers to improper fractions

Watch this video clip to refresh how to change mixed numbers to improper fractions.

Complete the questions in your Home Workbooks – choose bronze, silver or gold then progress to the next level or move to Whizz Kids.

Maths – mixed numbers to improper fractions Bronze, Silver and Gold

Whizz Kids

Mixed numbers to improper fractions – bronze, silver and gold ANSWERS

 

History – VE Day

We are celebrating VE Day on Friday 8th May. Here is a powerpoint with some information on VE as well as some useful links:

VE Day information powerpoint

VE Day clip from BBC Teach

VE Day article from Newsround

Horrible Histories VE Day song

Winston Churchill’s speech announcing the end of the war

Task: complete the ‘VE Day thoughts’ sheet based on what you have found out:

VE Day thoughts

Wednesday 6th May 2020

English – Persuasive letter

Click on this link to see my lesson on writing a persuasive letter.

Task: Write a persuasive letter from one of the sons (either Dimitry or Vasily) persuading Tsar Vislav to let you have another go at keeping watch for the Firebird.

Think about why they would want another chance:

  • To prove themselves to their father
  • To have a chance at owning half of the Kingdom
  • To do as well as/better than their youngest brother, Ivan

Persuasive Letter Writing Word Bank

 

Maths – Add and subtract fractions with different denominators.

Click on this link to watch my lesson on adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators (this was the first lesson that I recorded)

Complete the questions from the website in your Home Workbook. Choose bronze, silver or gold, then progress to the next one or move onto Whizz Kids. There are some optional challenge cards as well:

Add and subtract fractions – Bronze

Add and subtract fractions – Silver

Add and subtract fractions – Gold

Whizz Kids

Add and subtract fractions – challenge cards

Add and subtract fractions – bronze, silver and gold ANSWERS

Well-being – linked to VE Day

I have uploaded some sheets that you might want to complete as part of the VE Day celebrations: design a VE day medal (or you could design and make your own VE Day medal using different materials), colouring sheets and  a Morse Code ‘code cracking’ sheet.

VE Day design a medal

VE Day Morse Code ‘Code Cracking’

VE Day Thank you window poster

VE Day Themed colouring pages

 

Thursday 7th May 2020

English – Comprehension

Click on this link to watch my Comprehension lesson.

Here are the resources for the lesson:

Episode 1 is the whole class text, Episode 2 is the independent task

Comprehension – The Beast Within Episode 1

Comprehension – The Beast Within Episode 2

 

Maths – Arithmetic test

Choose the test you would normally complete in class – KS1, Year 5 or Year 6. For those children that complete the Year 6 test, remember there are things we still haven’t covered so miss out any you aren’t sure of. The answers for the tests are at the end of the document, however I have recorded myself going through the answers for the Year 5 and Year 6 test and explained how to answer some of the questions if you aren’t sure.

Arithmetic test – KS1

Arithmetic test – Year 5

Arithmetic test – Year 6

Year 5 answers

Year 6 answers part 1

Year 6 answers part 2

Have your own street party today, tomorrow or on Friday in your garden or living room – bake some nice treats, make some bunting, have a tea party and dress up in red, white and blue. I would love to see any photos that you take if you do!

Summer Term Week 2 – 27.4.2020 – 1.5.2020

Hi everyone, welcome to Summer Term Week 2 of Home Learning.

This week, I have put together a suggested timetable for you to follow at home. This is just a guide and does not have to be followed, but can be used if it helps:

Weekly Timetable 27.4.2020

KS2 children will now be set 4 pieces of English work and 4 pieces of Maths work each week, along with a non-core subject piece of work. I have included extra work this week as well, including some well-being activities for your child to complete if they want to. Along with this work, I have also uploaded a ‘Time Capsule’ booklet which can be printed out and completed. This will be something nice to keep and look back on in years to come!

Time capsule

Monday 27th April 2020

English: Animal rights activity – look at the picture of the gorilla in captivity. You are to become Animal Rights Activists and investigate the fate of this gorilla. Here is an example:

English – Monday – Animal rights

Maths: Negative numbers – follow this link to refresh your learning on negative numbers. Choose either Bronze, Silver or Gold questions to complete in your Home Workbooks and either move onto the next stage or Whizz Kids when you have finished.

Spellings/Handwriting: look at the spellings at the top of the Weekly Timetable, choose 3 to practice for handwriting in your Home Workbooks. Think carefully about your letter formation and joins.

PE: set up an obstacle course in your garden, or create a circuit of 5 different activities to complete in your living room.

 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

English – GPS: Relative clauses – click on this link to refresh your learning on relative clauses. Then, complete these two worksheets:

Relative Clauses – match the clause

Relative Clauses – two become one

Maths: rounding whole numbers – watch this clip and complete the activity at the bottom of the page. Then complete this worksheet in your Home Workbook:

Maths – rounding whole numbers

If you are struggling to download the worksheet, create your own 4 and 5 digit numbers and round them to the nearest 100, 1000 and 10,000.

History: Watch this clip on King Henry VIII and complete some of your own research to find out more about him. Then, either create your own poster/information sheet about him, or use this worksheet to fill in facts you have found:

History – Henry VIII

On Purple Mash I have set a fun ‘todo’ that will be available from Tuesday morning. Here is an example:

History – Henry VIII todo example

Well-being activity: Draw around your hand and write 5 things (one on each finger) that you feel grateful for. Can you draw a picture to match each one?

 

Wednesday 29th April 2020

English – GPS: Relative clauses – complete these two worksheets on relative clauses:

Relative Clauses – Spot the clause

Relative Clauses – cheeseburgers

Maths: Rounding decimals – click on this link and read the BBC Bitesize page on rounding numbers to a given number of decimal places. Complete the worksheet in your Home Workbook:

Maths – rounding to decimal places

Spellings: practice your spellings like you would in your spelling journals. Choose different coloured pencils, complete spelling ‘pyramids’, draw pictures of use bubble writing!

French: Colours – recap the colours in French and then colour in this rainbow in the correct colours. There is also a French colours word search to complete:

French – rainbow

French – colours wordsearch

 

Thursday 30th April 2020

English: Comprehension – Read the poem ‘A Monster Calls’ and answer the questions. The first 4 can be completed on the sheet and the rest need to be written in full sentences:

Comprehension – A Monster Calls text

Comprehension – A Monster Calls questions

Maths: Dice game – read the instructions on the weekly timetable for activities to complete when playing with the dice.

Friday 1st May 2020

Spelling test: Ask someone in your house to give you a spelling test like we do in school!

Reading: independent reading or reading with someone in your house. If you are reading with someone, can they ask you questions about your book? Use the bookmark that was in your Home Workbook.

Maths: TT Rockstars or Education City. Your login in for TT Rockstars is in your Home Workbook. If you completed the Postcard ‘todo’ on Purple Mash then you will have been given your new Education City login information.

I have set up a boys vs girls battle to start on Friday 1st May and to finish on Monday 4th May. Good luck!

Well-being: Have a look at this website, it is called ‘Calm Zone’. There are lots of activities to try on there, from breathing exercises to Yoga videos and some games as well.

 

Thank you to those children that emailed copies of their Tudor outfits last week. Here is the work from Amber, Evelyn and Jack M!

If you have any questions regarding any of the work then please email admin@middlestown.accordmat.org and they will forward it onto me. Keep working hard at home, you are all doing brilliantly so far 🙂

 

Summer Term Week 1 – 20.4.2020 – 24.4.2020

Hi everyone! I hope you all had a lovely Easter (and didn’t eat your chocolate too quickly!)

I have uploaded all of the work for the week with some practice questions and some extension work as well. If you have any problems then please email admin@middlestown.accordmat.org and they will forward them onto me so I can help you.

** Education City **

All Education City passwords have been changed. To get your new password, please log onto Purple Mash and complete the 2Do ‘Postcard’ and write a short postcard to me about your Easter holidays – I would love to hear from you all! When you have clicked ‘hand in’, I will comment on it with your new Education City username and password. This is the easiest way for me to get this to you as I can’t post all passwords on this page.

Comprehension

Click this link to read the text called ‘The Boy from Far Away’. Click the number 2 on the left-hand side to access the questions. Write your answers in your Home Workbook. Remember to re-read the text!

Whizz Kids – click on Comprehension Whizz Kids – The Crime Solvers to read another text called ‘The Crime Solvers’ and to answer the questions that are at the end of the text. For the ‘True’ and ‘False’ question (number 9), can you find the evidence in the text to support your choice of whether the statement is ‘True’ or ‘False’?

 

GPS (Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling)

This week you need to practice identifying types of words – are they nouns, adjectives, verbs or adverbs?

If you think you need some practice first, click this link: Sort nouns and verbs

Click on this link to identify the nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs: GPS – idenitfy word class. You can print the sheet off and colour the words in the colours it suggests, or you can copy them into the correct groups in your Home Workbooks.

Whizz Kids – click on this link to answer 11 questions on general GPS as a quick revision:

Offline task – if you are struggling to open the documents, you can identify word classes in your books. Can you write down 10 nouns, 10 adjectives, 10 verbs and 10 adverbs? Remember – nouns are objects, people and places; adjectives are describing words; verbs are doing words; and adverbs describe doing words/how you do something.

 

Maths

This week the work is to practice your arithmetic skills. There are 3 levels to choose from:

Arithmetic test – Level 1,Arithmetic test – Level 2, andArithmetic test – Level 3

If you would like some practice on column addition and column subtraction first, click here.

If you would like some practice on column multiplication and using the bus stop method for division first, click here.

Offline task – if you are struggling to open documents, you can practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing in your books. Create your own 4 digit numbers to add and subtract, and create your own 4 digit numbers to multiply by 1 and 2 digit numbers (e.g. 3245 x 3, 2414 x 54) and 4 digit numbers to divide by 1 digit numbers (remember there might be remainders). At the top of the page I have uploaded pictures which show the methods that we use in school.

 

History – The Tudors

I was really looking forward to teaching you all about The Tudors as part of our new History topic after Easter.

This link gives a brief overview of The Tudors and some key facts about that time. Look carefully at the timeline at the top of the page as well so you know when the Tudor time was in relation to other important periods of time.

One of the most famous people from the Tudor era is King Henry VIII. Click on this link to watch a clip about Henry VIII and then answer the questions at the bottom.

Whizz Kids – click on this link to find out about what children used to wear in Tudor times. When you have watched it, can you design an outfit that you (or someone in your family) could wear in Tudor times. Listen carefully to what is said on the video, or do some research of your own before you start. I would love to see some of your designs if you want to email them to school.

Week 2 - 30.3.2020 - 5.4.2020

Oxfordowl.co.uk UPDATE – the username is year5mpa and the password is readingx

If you continue to have problems logging onto the website then please email admin@middlestown.accordmat.org

Date: Wednesday 1st April 2020

Writing task:

Click on this link to take you to the website pobble365. It posts a different picture every day as a stimulus for writing. The picture for today is called ‘Animal Town’. At the bottom of the page is a section called ‘Question time’. Choose one of the questions and answer it in your Home Workbooks.

Completing the task offline: Here is a copy of the picture and two of the questions. Choose one of the questions to answer.

  1. Can you give suggestions as to the occupations of the other animals in the picture?
  2. What problems might they encounter in Animal Town that humans don’t encounter in human towns?

Maths task:

Translation, reflection and rotation

This picture shows what translation, reflection and rotation are.

In your Home Workbooks, draw your own shape or draw around an object and practice translating, reflecting and rotating the shape. You can use a small mirror to help with the reflection of the shape.

If you want some more practice, click on this link.

 

ICT task:

Log onto Purple Mash and continue to create the game that you started with Mrs Stevens. If you are struggling with this, complete any of the coding activities on 2Code.

Need an offline task? Draw your game in your Home Workbook, complete with instructions on how to play!

Date: Monday 30th March 2020

GPS task:

Active and Passive voice sentences

Complete this Active and Passive voice activity in your Home Workbooks. If you need more practice on active and passive voice, click on the BBC Bitesize link here.

Maths task:

I have set a ‘To do’ on Purple Mash on coordinates. Log onto Purple Mash and check your ‘To Do’ tab to complete the two activities. Your login for Purple Mash is in the front of your Home Workbook.

Watch this BBC Bitesize video on Coordinates to review what they are and how to read and write them. If you want some practice first before going onto Purple Mash, there are some activities to complete at the bottom of the page after you have watched the video.

TT Rockstars

We are in a battle with Year 6 starting Monday 30th March and finishing Monday 6th April – GOOD LUCK!

Offline task:

If you are struggling to complete the activities online, your task is to write a playscript between characters from your favourite TV show. Remember to include stage directions using ambitious verbs and set the scene properly. Enjoy!

Week 1 – 23.3.2020 – 29.3.2020

Date: Wednesday 25th March 2020

Reading task:

Click on this link to read a text called ‘The Battle for the Beaches’ on tab 1. On tab 2, read and answer the questions in your Home Workbook. Remember to read the question carefully and re-read the text to find the answers.

 

Maths task:

Click on this link to complete three sets of questions on interpreting information in tables. Write the answers in your Home Workbooks. Click on the numbers 1, 2 and 3 on the left-hand side to move between the sets of questions.

If you would like to complete some extra work, click on this link to some Whizz Kids work on interpreting information in tables.

If you need some practice before you answer those questions, have a go at these questions.

 

Science task:

Watch the clips on BBC Bitesize on the solar system and the sun. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zdrrd2p/articles/ztsqj6f

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zdrrd2p/articles/zqn7y4j

After watching the clips, complete the activities at the bottom of the page. Then, have a go at answering these questions. Write the answers in your Home Workbooks.

Other activities

David Walliams is releasing a free audio story every day for the next 30 days – follow this link: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

I will upload the next English and Maths tasks on Monday 30th March 2020

Mrs Asquith

 

 

Date: Monday 23rd March 2020

Writing task:

Write a narrative

Follow this link to Literacy Shed and scroll down to the video titled ‘I lived on the moon’. It is about a young boy who dreams of going to the moon and one day that dream comes true.

After watching the clip, in your Home Workbooks write a narrative of this story in first person.

 

Maths task:

Click on this link to complete three sets of questions on interpreting line graphs. Write the answers in your Home Workbooks. Click on the numbers 1, 2 and 3 at the left-hand side of the page to move between the sets of questions.

If you would like to complete some extra work, click this link to complete some Whizz Kids work on interpreting line graphs.

If you need some practice before you answer those questions, click this link.

 

I will upload the next English and Maths task on Wednesday 25th March 2020, along with a Science task.

Remember, you can always open and save a blank writing template on PurpleMash (your login information is in your Home Workbook) and let me know how you are getting on at home. Save it as ‘Hi from ____’ in the Year 5 folder.

Mrs Asquith

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The Accord Multi Academy Trust is an educational charity established in September 2016 that is currently made up of four academies who were the founding members of the Trust. In September 2016 Horbury Academy and Ossett Academy & Sixth Form College came together, moving away from their stand-alone Trust status and were joined in December 2016 by Horbury Primary Academy and Middlestown Primary Academy.

The overarching vision for the Trust is to work in one ‘Accord – celebrating the differences of each academy through strong collaboration in order to inspire all members of our learning community to be the best that they can be.

Trust Website

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