Year 5 Home Learning

Useful information (that used to be at the top of this page)

Monday 06/07/20

SACAWAC

Here are this week’s SACAWAC sheets.  Find the sheet for your group and copy out the spellings each day into your Home Learning Book.  If you prefer to print it and write on the sheet, then that is fine too.  Remember to check each word carefully at the end to make sure you have not made any mistakes!

Times Tables

Please log in to Times Table Rockstars and spend 10 minutes practising your times tables each day this week.

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Level Home Learning Try the task to see how you score Help video
Year 5 There is no lesson as this is an Online Workbook (OW) https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5818-worksheet/multiplication-and-division-5-ow
Year 4 There is no lesson as this is an Online Workbook (OW) https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5811-worksheet/multiplication-and-division-4-ow
Year 3 There is no lesson as this is an Online Workbook (OW) https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5804-worksheet/multiplication-and-division-3-ow
Year 2 There is no lesson as this is an Online Workbook (OW)

https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5916-worksheet/multiplication-and-division-2-ow

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Literacy (Writing)

In today and tomorrow’s writing lessons you will be writing a letter to your next year’s teacher introducing yourself and demonstrating your writing skills. All the information you need is in the PowerPoint.  Please read this carefully as it tells you what to include, how to write it and where to send it!

Letter to new teacher Information

Spelling

  1. As usual, please start today’s spelling lesson with a test. Ask someone in your house to test you on your spellings from last time.  Mark them afterwards to see how many you got right.
  2. Our spelling objective is words with the suffix -al. A suffix is the group of letters added to the end of root words. Read all the information on the PowerPoint.  If you are able to open it on a laptop or computer you will be able to take part in the interactive game.  If not, view the pdf version.
  3. Copy out the new spellings from the handwriting sheet in your neatest handwriting.
  4. Write a spelling sentence for 6 of your spellings words (more if you would like). Make sure you use correct punctuation and challenge yourself to make the sentences as interesting as you can.
  5. Optional Extra: Have a go at creating your own crossword – you will need to write some clues yourself and work out where the answers would go. If you have any squared paper at home you could use that or draw your own crossword shape rather than printing the activity sheet.

Spelling Suffix -al Powerpoint

Spelling Suffix -al PDF

Handwriting Practice Sheet

Optional Crossword Activity Sheet

Do you play Chess? Would you like to play an online game today, (Friday 3 July) during the school day, against Mr Freeman or a Y6 child (whoever is available)? If the answer to both of these is yes, please speak to your parent/carer and ask if they can email in a game request. Depending on how many game requests are recieved, you may receive an email reply with a hyperlink.

Friday 03/07/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Grammar)

Today we are looking at adverbials. All the information you need for this lesson is on the PDF document. Write the title and today’s date in your book. Grammar – Adverbials

Grammar_Lesson_Adverbials.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

PSHE

Today we are continuing to think about the importance of developing healthy sleep habits.

Lesson_2_Mental_Health.pdf

L2_Resources_Mental_Health.pdf

Art

Choose one (or more) of the activities from the Art & Design Challenge Cards below.

Art_Design_Challenge_Cards.pdf

Thursday 02/07/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Guided Reading)

In Guided Reading today, you will be looking at a non-fiction text about South America.  There are 2 levels of challenge for this task. One is labelled ‘Easier’, one is labelled ‘Challenging’. Please choose ONE to read and answer the relevant questions on.

Read the text carefully. You can read it aloud to an adult or quietly in your head. Then work through the review sheet in the usual way. You could print the sheet, stick it into your Home Learning book and write on it or you could write the answers in your book. Remember to include today’s date and the title: Guided Reading – South America. You do not need to copy out the questions, just write the question number beside each answer. Remember to answer in full sentences.

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Topic

All the information you need for today's lesson is on the PDF document.

L7_Intrepid_Explorers.pdf

Wednesday 01/07/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Writing)

This is the final lesson within our descriptive writing unit.  You will be editing and improving upon yesterday’s writing.  All the information you need is in the PowerPoint.

L09 Writing -Narrative

Numeracy - please complete the TWO Year 5 tasks today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Computing - NEW unit - We Are Artists - Lesson 1

What is tessellation?

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Don't have access to PowerPoint? Don't worry, you can do this activity on paper using shapes that can be drawn around. Use whatever shapes you have to hand, such as: a mug (do round shapes tessellate?); a pencil sharpener (do rectangular shapes tessellate?) and so on. You will find that most shapes and certainly pencil sharpeners have rounded edges that make them unable to tessellate (there are gaps between the shapes).
Task 1 

Using PowerPoint, make a repeating pattern using a shape (if you can repeat it with no gaps between them, then it can tessellate).

What your work might look like:
Task 2

Using PowerPoint, explore which regular shapes will tessellate.

Regular shapes have sides the same lengths and all their interior angles are the same size

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Task 3

Using PowerPoint, show all of the regular shapes that tessellate.

Regular shapes have sides the same lengths and all their interior angles are the same size

I can't show you an image without giving away the answer - so nothing to see here!

Tuesday 30/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Numeracy- please complete the Year 5 task today

We have now covered every Year 5 MyMaths task: as a homework in the autumn or spring term; or during the spring/summer lockdown! There are 56 Year 5 units and some children have completed almost every single one. It is amazing to see how hard pupils have worked with the support of parents. We will now check that children are confident at how our number system works (place value) and the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) before revising other areas of the curriculum.

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Literacy (Writing)

Today you will be using your plan from yesterday and turning it into a piece of descriptive writing.  All the information you need is in the PowerPoint.

L08 Writing-Narrative

RE

This is the final lesson in our Sikhism topic.  There are two activities to choose from – you only need to do one – where you will be able to demonstrate your knowledge of a Sikh’s commitment to God.

L4 RE

Monday 29/06/20

SACAWAC

Here are this week’s SACAWAC sheets.  Find the sheet for your group and copy out the spellings each day into your Home Learning Book.  If you prefer to print it and write on the sheet, then that is fine too.  Remember to check each word carefully at the end to make sure you have not made any mistakes!

Times Tables

Please log in to Times Table Rockstars and spend 10 minutes practising your times tables each day this week.

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Literacy (Writing)

This is the last week of our unit focusing on Narrative Fiction (stories).  You will be planning and writing your own descriptive setting this week.  Work through the task step-by-step (there are explanations and examples throughout the PowerPoint).  You might find it easier to print the activity sheet, or you can just copy the information from the PowerPoint as you go and write in your own ideas.  You will need to refer back to this planning in tomorrow’s lesson.

Remember to write the date and the title Writing-Narrative L7 into your home learning book.

L07 Writing-Narrative

Planning Sheet

Spelling

  1. As usual, please start today’s spelling lesson with a test. Ask someone in your house to test you on your spellings from last time.  Mark them afterwards to see how many you got right.
  2. Our spelling objective is words with the suffix -ive. A suffix is the group of letters added to the end of root words. Read all the information on the PowerPoint.  It is a pdf version this week.  You will need to write some answers from the PowerPoint into your book.
  3. Copy out the new spellings from the handwriting sheet in your neatest handwriting.
  4. Write a spelling sentence for 6 of your spellings words (more if you would like). Make sure you use correct punctuation and challenge yourself to make the sentences as interesting as you can.
  5. Optional Extra: Complete the word search if you have time or you would like.

Spelling.Suffix -ive

Handwriting Practice Sheet

Word Search

Friday 26/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Grammar)

Today we are continuing to look at relative clauses and relative pronouns linked to the text ‘Mysterious Traveller’. All the information you need for this lesson is on the PDF document. Write the title and today’s date in your book. Grammar – Relative Clauses L2.

L2_Grammar_Relative_Clauses.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Level Home Learning Try the task to see how you score Help video
Year 5 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1774-lesson/mental-multiplication https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1774-homework/mental-multiplication

Year 4 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/127-lesson/mixed-tables-2-to-12 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/127-homework/mixed-tables-2-to-12
Year 3 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/128-lesson/multiplying https://app.mymaths.co.uk/128-homework/multiplying This was also set on Monday 15th June, but is the best Y3 work to prepare for the Y4 and Y5 that has been set
Year 2 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/116-lesson/mixed-tables-2-5-10 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/116-homework/mixed-tables-2-5-10 This was also set on Monday 15th June, but is the best Y2 work to prepare for the Y3, Y4 and Y5 that has been set

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Topic

All the information that you need for today’s lesson is on the document called L6 Intrepid Explorers. Remember to include today’s date and the title: Topic – Intrepid Explorers L6.

L6_Intrepid_Explorers.ppt.pdf

Thursday 25/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Guided Reading)

All the information you need for today’s lesson is on the PDF document below. It includes instructions and the text that you need to read.

L2_Mysterious_Traveller.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Year Home Learning Try the task to see how you score Help video
Year 5 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1767-lesson/interpreting-remainders https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1767-homework/interpreting-remainders

 

Year 4 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1715-lesson/short-division https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1715-homework/short-division Why is this the same task as for Monday? Because there are only 3 division tasks for this year group.
Year 3 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/6017-lesson/bar-division https://app.mymaths.co.uk/6017-homework/bar-division Why is this the same task as for Monday? Because there are only 3 division tasks for this year group.
Year 2 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/132-lesson/dividing https://app.mymaths.co.uk/132-homework/dividing Why is this the same task as for Monday? Because there are only 3 division tasks for this year group.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Topic

All the information you need for today’s lesson is on the PDF document below. 

L5_Intrepid_Explorers_Cities.pdf

Wednesday 24/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Writing)

We are continuing to look at descriptive writing, focusing particularly on settings.  Today we have moved away from using the Mysterious Traveller text and will read and identify the language features within a different text.

All the information you need for today is in the PowerPoint which is saved as a pdf.  The task is explained within the PowerPoint.  Remember to write the date and the title Writing-Narrative L6 into your home learning book.

L06 Writing

Hopefully this link will work!

Figurative Language Help Posters

Mr Freeman's link to a figurative language help poster: Figurative_Language_Poster_ver_3.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Art - Patterns and Landscapes

(1) Art Task with thanks to Arteascuola: With colored felt tip pens we  have drew [drawn] these landscapes, starting from a stylized drawing of a simple landscape (rocks, grass, hills, a tree, a lake with boats, some other hills and mountains in the background). Each area of the landscape is filled with a different texture [pattern] and the effect is beautiful!

Text Copyright © 2013 Arteascuola.com taken from the website:http://arteascuola.com/2010/10/paesaggi-di-texture/

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(2) Optional Computing Art Task - Got a spare couple of hours and fancy a challenge? Want to have a go using a laptop to design a fantasy landscape like they do in movies? Talk to your parents/guardian and see if they are happy for you to download and install Terragen 4 from https://planetside.co.uk/free-downloads/ You will then need to watch a YouTube video to see how to use the software. This is a free version of the software used in an amazing list of films, including Star Wars: The Last Jedi. You will need to download Terragen's Presets Pack - Volume 1 and may want to download other files. The software is not easy to use! Click here to see some of Mr Freeman's creations using Terragen Classic (sadly no longer available - it was simpler to use) Terragen_Classic_landscapes.pdf. If you manage to create anything, please send in your creations!

PSHE

Please download the PowerPoint version: pptx version or the pdf version: pdf

Complete this document (or write the answers in your home learning book): Yr_5_6_L1_Resources.pdf

Tuesday 23/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Writing)

Here is the next lesson in our Narrative Fiction Unit, using the text Mysterious Traveller.

All the information you need for today is in the PowerPoint which is saved as a pdf.  There are three tasks for you to complete.  Remember to write the date and the title Writing-Narrative L5 into your home learning book.

L05 Writing-Narrative

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

RE

This is the third lesson of our Sikhism topic.  There are videos to watch and some questions to answer using the information you have learnt.

L3 RE

Monday 22/06/20

SACAWAC

Here are this week’s SACAWAC sheets.  Find the sheet for your group and copy out the spellings each day into your Home Learning Book.  If you prefer to print it and write on the sheet, then that is fine too.  Remember to check each word carefully at the end to make sure you have not made any mistakes!

Times Tables

Please log in to Times Table Rockstars and spend 10 minutes practising your times tables each day this week.

Literacy (Writing)

We are continuing our unit focusing on Narrative Fiction (stories) and this week using the text from our last guided reading; Mysterious Traveller.

All the information you need for today is in the PowerPoint which is saved as a pdf.  There are three tasks for you to complete.  Remember to write the date and the title Writing-Narrative L4 into your home learning book.

L04 Writing-Narrative

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Spellings

  1. As usual, please start today’s spelling lesson with a test. Ask someone in your house to test you on your spellings from last time.  Mark them afterwards to see how many you got right.
  2. Our spelling objective is words with the suffix -ful. A suffix is the group of letters added to the end of root words. Read all the information on the PowerPoint.  If you are able to open it on a laptop, you will be able to take part in the interactive game, if not open the pdf version
  3. Copy out the new spellings from the handwriting sheet in your neatest handwriting.
  4. Complete the Crack the Code Activity Sheet. You can copy it into your book without needing to print the sheet. You can then check your answers if you need.
  5. Optional Extra: If you have time or you would like, write a sentence for some or all of your spelling words.

Spellings.Suffix -ful Powerpoint

Spellings.Suffix -ful PDF

Handwriting Practice Sheet

Crack the Code

Crack the Code ANSWERS

Friday 19/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Grammar)

Today our grammar is linked to the book Mysterious Traveller. We will be learning about relative clauses and relative pronouns. All of the information that you need is on the PDF below.

L1_Grammar_Relative_Clauses.pptx.pdf

L1_Relative_Clauses_Review_Sheet.docx.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

PSHE

Today we are continuing to think about the importance of developing healthy sleep habits.

PSHE_Healthy_Sleep_Habits_L2.pdf

L2_Resources.pdf

Art

Today we are going to be doing a mindfulness doodling activity. This is a nice calming activity that doesn’t have to be completed in one lesson. You may wish to come back to it in between other lessons or a different points during the day. All of the information you need for today’s lesson is on the PDF. You may print the worksheets if you wish but if this isn’t possible, you can use some plain A4 paper.

Doodling.pdf

Doodling_worksheet.pdf

Thursday 18/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Mental Wellbeing Assembly from the Duchess of Cambridge:

This morning, the Duchess of Cambridge will lead an online assembly for the Oak National Academy during which she will speak about the importance of mental wellbeing among children. The theme of the Duchess’ assembly is ‘spread a little kindness’. The assembly will be live on the Oak National Academy website at 11am on Thursday 18 June and can be accessed here:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/assemblies/

A recording of the assembly will be available to view on the Oak National Academy website following the event.

Literacy (Guided Reading)

All the information you need for today’s lesson is on the PDF document below. It includes instructions and the text that you need to read. Once you have finished reading, chose a level of challenge and complete the review sheet.

L1_Mysterious_Traveller.pdf

L1_Mysterious_Traveller_Review_Easier.pdf

L1_Mysterious_Traveller_Review_Challenging.docx.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Topic

All the information that you need for today’s lesson is on the document called L4 Intrepid Explorers. Remember to include today’s date and the title: Topic – Intrepid Explorers L4.

L4_Intrepid_Explorers_Rainforests.pdf

Wednesday 17/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Writing)

Today you will be able to read to the end of Cloud Tea Monkeys.  I hope you enjoy the ending. Or, perhaps you will prefer your own ending that you wrote yesterday?  Today’s task is explained on the last page.

L03 Writing

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Computing 17/06/20 - arcs

Logo using https://www.calormen.com/jslogo/ to make a rainbow coloured bullseye with the colours labelled or for the ambitious to make a rainbow with the school's values.

In previous years children have used floor turtles such as Bee-Bots and possibly Big-Trak vehicles plus computer programs such as Focus on Bee-Bot on a laptop and on an iPad the Bee-Bot app.

colours.JPG

How do you change the pen colour? setpencolor 10 = green pen

The default label size seems to be 20, label sizes below this are increasingly difficult for many people to see.

label_sizes.JPG
Label.JPG
Label_info.JPG
How_to.JPG

Task 1 

Teach Logo to draw arcs of varying sizes.

Code you will need:

arc 90 50 (the first number is the number of degrees or amount of turn, the second number is the size)

cs =clear screen

Task_1.JPG
Task 2

Draw a circle made up of 10 randomly coloured arcs.

Code you will need:

setpensize 20

repeat 10

arc 36 setpc random 16

rt 36

Task_2.JPG
Task 3

Draw a bullseye with the colours of the rainbow.

Code you will need:

setpc 0 (black)

arc 360 20 (small centre circle - then change the last number from 20 to 40 or so)

pu

fd

setpc (use the words setpc "violet, setpc "indigo and so on)

pd fill (pen down then fill)

pu home (pen up then home)

ht and st (optional to hide turtle)

Task_3.JPG
Task 4

Draw a rainbow 

Code you will need:

setpc 0 (black)

arc 180 200 (inner arc - then change the last number from 200 to 220 or so)

pu

fd

setpc (use the words setpc "violet, setpc "indigo and so on)

pd fill (pen down then fill)

pu home (pen up then home)

 

basic_rainbow.JPG
Task 5 part 1

Add the bible verse for the school's values.

pu

setxy

setlabelheight 25

label (use the _ to join words)

ht and st (optional to hide turtle)

 

Task_4_improved.JPG
Task 5 part 2

as above

Task_4_improved.JPG

Please send in images of your rainbow with the history showing the commands you used to your class teacher

Tuesday 16/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Writing)

This is the second writing lesson using the text Cloud Tea Monkeys. All the information you need is in the PowerPoint saved as a pdf.  You will be able to recap the story before completing the task which is explained on the last page.

L02 Writing

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

RE

This is the second lesson in our RE topic of Sikhism.  There is lots of information to read about the ten Gurus and then a table to draw into your book and complete.

L2 RE

Monday 15/06/20

SACAWAC

Here are this week’s SACAWAC sheets.  Find the sheet for your group and copy out the spellings each day into your Home Learning Book.  If you prefer to print it and write on the sheet, then that is fine too.  Remember to check each word carefully at the end to make sure you have not made any mistakes!

Times Tables

Please log in to Times Table Rockstars and spend 10 minutes practising your times tables each day this week.

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

Literacy (Writing)

This is the first lesson in a new writing unit.  We are focusing on Narrative Fiction (stories) and using the text from our guided reading sessions; Cloud Tea Monkeys.

All the information you need for today is in the PowerPoint which is saved as a pdf.  There are three tasks for you to complete.  Remember to write the date and the title Writing-Narrative L1 into your home learning book.

L01 Writing

Spelling

  1. As usual, please start today’s spelling lesson with a test. Ask someone in your house to test you on your spellings from last time.  Mark them afterwards to see how many you got right.
  2. Our spelling objective is words with the prefix over-. Read all the information on the PowerPoint, working out the missing words from the sentences as you go (you do not need to write anything down for this).
  3. Complete the Code Word Activity Sheet. You can copy it into your book without needing to print the sheet. You can then check your answers if you need.
  4. Copy out the new spellings from the handwriting sheet in your neatest handwriting.
  5. Optional Extra: If you have time or you would like, write a sentence for some or all of your spelling words.

Spelling.prefix over- POWERPOINT PDF

Code Word Activity Sheet

Code Word ANSWERS

Handwriting Practice Sheet

Friday 12/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Grammar)

Today we are revising sentence types. All of the information that you need is on the PDF document below.

L1_Sentence_Types.ppt.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Level Home Learning Try the task to see how you score Help video
Year 5

https://app.mymaths.co.uk/292-lesson/measuring-lengths

* Today it is very important that everyone completes this lesson part as some skills are only assessed here (such as accurately measuring).

https://app.mymaths.co.uk/292-homework/measuring-lengths

Year 4 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/130-lesson/multiplying-by-10-and-100 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/130-homework/multiplying-by-10-and-100 Practice multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100
Year 3 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/129-lesson/multiplying-by-10 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/129-homework/multiplying-by-10 Practice multiplying and dividing by 10
Year 2 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/115-lesson/10-times-tables https://app.mymaths.co.uk/115-homework/10-times-tables Learn the 10 times table

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

If you need help with these instructions, please email Mr Freeman on Class11@holytrinity.bwmat.org

PSHE

Today we are thinking about the importance of developing good sleep habits. All of the information that you need is on the PDF document below.

L1_Healthy_Sleep_Habits.pdf

L1_Worksheet_Pack_Healthy_Sleep_Habits.pdf

Art

Time to get creative! Click on the link below to create a piece of art work. It can be anything you like. Have fun!

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/games-quizzes/tate-paint

Thursday 11/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy - Guided Reading

All the information you need for today’s lesson is on the PDF document below. It includes instructions and the text that you need to read. Once you have finished reading, chose a level of challenge and complete the review sheet.

L2_Cloud_Tea_Monkeys_Text.pptx.pdf

L2_Cloud_Tea_Monkeys_Review_Easier.docx.pdf

L2_Cloud_Tea_Monkeys_Review_Challenging.docx.pdf

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

If you need help with these instructions, please email Mr Freeman on Class11@holytrinity.bwmat.org

Topic

All the information that you need for today’s lesson is on the document called L3 Intrepid Explorers. Remember to include today’s date and the title: Topic – Intrepid Explorers L3.

L3_Intrepid_Explorers.pdf

L3_Task_Match_up_cards_South_America.pdf

L3_Extension_Map_of_South_America.pdf

Wednesday 10/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy - Writing

This is the final lesson in our poetry unit.  Read the PowerPoint pdf to find out what to do!

L06 Writing-Poetry

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

If you need help with these instructions, please email Mr Freeman on Class11@holytrinity.bwmat.org

Computing - Labels

Logo using https://www.calormen.com/jslogo/ to colour fill a range of shapes and label them with appropriate text.

In previous years children have used floor turtles such as Bee-Bots and possibly Big-Trak vehicles plus computer programs such as Focus on Bee-Bot on a laptop and on an iPad the Bee-Bot app.

colours.JPG

How do you change the pen colour? setpencolor 10 = green pen

The default label size seems to be 20, label sizes below this are increasingly difficult for many people to see.

label_sizes.JPG
Label.JPG
Label_info.JPG

Task 1 

Teach Logo to write text in the colours of the rainbow.

Code you will need:

setxy and rt 90

setpc ("red, "orange etc or 0 to 15)

pu and pd (pen up and pen down)

label "red (this writes the single word red)

cs =clear screen

clean = removes any lines

ht = hide turtle

st = show turtle

task_1.JPG
Task 2

Use the triangle procedure from Task 3, repeat this shape to form a pattern.

Code you will need:

setxy and rt 90

setpc ("red, "orange etc or 0 to 15)

pu and pd (pen up and pen down)

label "red (this writes the single word red)

repeat

task_2.JPG
Task 3

Draw four squares (cyan, red, green (code 2 not 10 ["green]), yellow), then using pu and pd move the turle into each square and then fill with the colour as shown. Finally label each square with its colour.

Code you will need:

repeat 

fd

rt 90

setpc (0 to 15)

pu and pd (pen up and pen down)

fill

setlabel height 40

setxy

ht and st (optional to hide turtle)

task_3.JPG

Tuesday 09/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible.

If you need help with these instructions, please email Mr Freeman on Class11@holytrinity.bwmat.org

Literacy (Writing)

I hope you enjoy reading the three nonsense poems today and having a go at writing your own.  All the information you need is in the PowerPoint pdf.

L05 Writing-Poetry

RE

We are starting a new topic in RE today; Sikhism.  We studied Sikhism during the spring term, last time focusing on how far a Sikh would go for his or her religion.  This time our focus is on the best way for a Sikh to show commitment to God.

All the information you need for today’s lesson is in the PowerPoint pdf document, including links to some BBC Bitesize videos and information.

L1 RE

 

Monday 08/06/20

SACAWAC

Here are this week’s SACAWAC sheets.  Find the sheet for your group and copy out the spellings each day into your Home Learning Book.  If you prefer to print it and write on the sheet, then that is fine too.  Remember to check each word carefully at the end to make sure you have not made any mistakes!

Times Tables

Please log in to Times Table Rockstars and spend 10 minutes practising your times tables each day this week.

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? Please go to My Results (on the left hand side) in MyMaths and sort by percentage on the right hand side top. Click the small triangle to the right of Date Completed and from the drop down menu select Percentage. Now click the Up arrow to the right of Percentage to sort by lowest to highest percentage. Click on the task that has your lowest percentage score and select Lesson and after working through the lesson, have another go at the Online homework to see if you can increase your score. Then go to the next lowest until all are as high as possible. 

If you need help with these instructions, please email Mr Freeman on Class11@holytrinity.bwmat.org

Literacy - Writing

Today is a final round-up of all the different language features you might find and use in poetry before we look at nonsense poems tomorrow.

L04 Writing-Poetry

Spelling

  1. As usual, please start today’s spelling lesson with a test. Ask someone in your house to test you on your spellings from last time.  Mark them afterwards to see how many you got right.
  2. Our spelling objective is words with the prefixes de- and re-. This week the PowerPoint is interactive and so if you are able to open it on a laptop/computer you will be take part in the quiz.  If you are viewing it on a tablet or phone, then you will need to open the pdf version which is slightly different.
  3. Complete the activity at the end of the PowerPoint (whichever version you are viewing the activity is the same). You may find it helpful to use the Grammar Support Sheets which you can find below.
  4. Then copy out the new spellings from the handwriting sheet in your neatest handwriting.
  5. Optional Extra: If you have time or you would like, have a go at the activity sheet – sorting out Mr Whoops’ muddled spellings.
Open the PowerPoint OR the pdf Handwriting Sheet Grammar Support Sheets if needed Optional Activity

Spelling POWERPOINT

Handwriting Practice Sheet

Year 5

Optional Activity

Spelling PDF

Year 4

Year 3

If you have spare time today

  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Friday 05/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Grammar)

Read through the PowerPoint (PDF) on Commas. Complete the Punctuation Starter Activity. You could either print out the slip and write on it or you could copy out the sentences (with commas in the correct place) into your book.

Read through the ‘Opening Night’ Grammar Review sheet. For parts A – C, write each sentence in your book, remembering to label it correctly. Your sentences must be linked to performing a play / dance of some kind.

Don’t forget to use the correct punctuation. If you need help with your sentences, click on the Sentence Types pages of the Grammar pack that we usually use in class.

You will then need to use the Phase 3 part of the Grammar pack to help you to identify examples of parts D – J in the text. You can either print this sheet out and stick it in to your Home Learning book and then write on it, underlining and labelling each part or you could write the examples in your book. E.g. D – Next

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? http://www.counton.org/games/gotit/ What level suits you?  What score can you get after 5 games? After 10 games?

Topic

Today we are continuing our new Topic – Intrepid Explorers. We are going to find out about human and physical features in different European countries. All the information that you need for today’s lesson is on the document called L2. You do not need to print anything. Remember to include today’s date and the title:

Topic – Intrepid Explorers L2.

L2_Intrepid_Explorers.pdf

Thursday 04/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Literacy (Guided Reading)

All the information you need for today’s lesson is on the PDF document below. It includes instructions and the text that you need to read. Once you have finished reading, chose a level of challenge and complete the review sheet.

Cloud_Tea_Monkeys_Text.pdf

Cloud_Tea_Monkeys_Review_Easier.docx.pdf

Cloud_Tea_Monkeys_Review_Challenging.docx.pdf

Numeracy - please complete TWO Year 5 short tasks today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  You are only expected to do one of the tasks below, this will ideally be the Year 5 task, or if this is too challenging then an earlier year group task. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? http://www.counton.org/games/gotit/ What level suits you?  What score can you get after 5 games? After 10 games?

Topic

Today we are starting our new Topic – Intrepid Explorers. Today’s lesson is a geography based lesson. All the information that you need for today’s lesson is on the document called L1. You do not need to print anything. Remember to include today’s date and the title: Topic – Intrepid Explorers L1.

Intrepid_Explorers_L1.pdf

Task_Human_or_Physical.docx.pdf

Wednesday 03/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? http://www.counton.org/games/gotit/ What level suits you?  What score can you get after 5 games? After 10 games?

Literacy

We are continuing to learn and recap about the different language features you might find and use in poetry.  Lots of pages for you to read in today’s PowerPoint pdf.

L03 Writing-Poetry

Computing 03/06/20 - Fill

Logo using https://www.calormen.com/jslogo/ to colour fill a range of shapes.

In previous years children have used floor turtles such as Bee-Bots and possibly Big-Trak vehicles plus computer programs such as Focus on Bee-Bot on a laptop and on an iPad the Bee-Bot app.

colours.JPG

How do you change the pen colour?

setpencolor 10 = green pen

setpc 4 = red pen

How_to_fill.JPG

How do you fill a shape?

The fill command will fill the enclosed shape within which the turtle resides.
Usually, the penup (pu) and pendown (pd) commands are used either side of moving the turtle into the shape.

Task 1

Draw a square using repeat, then lift the pen up, move turtle inside square and fill

repeat 

fd

rt

pu (pen up)

pd (pen down)

setpc (0 - 15)

fill

Task_1.JPG
Task 2

Choose a pen color, draw a pentagon using repeat, then lift the pen up, move turtle inside, choose a new pen colour and fill

repeat 

fd

rt

pu (pen up)

pd (pen down)

setpc (0 - 15)

fill

Task_2.JPG
Task 3 

Repeat the triangle from task 2 to form a pattern.

Code you will need:

repeat (you will need two repeats)

setpc (0 to 15)

pu and pd (pen up and pen down)

fill

cs =clear screen

Task_3.JPG
Task 4 

Use the triangle commands from Task 3, repeat this shape to form a pattern with random fill colours.

Code you will need:

repeat 

setpc (0 to 15)

pu and pd (pen up and pen down)

random 16

fill

cs =clear screen

Task_4.JPG

Thursday

Tuesday 02/06/20

Daily Tasks

  • Today’s SACAWAC words – you can find them under Monday’s lessons for this week.
  • Times Table Rockstars – spend 10 mins practising your times tables

If you have spare time today

  • Remember to practise this week's spelling words ready for a test next Monday.
  • Try some of the activities from the Intrepid Explorers Project Task.

Numeracy - please complete TWO Year 5 short tasks today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  You are only expected to do one of the tasks below, this will ideally be the Year 5 task, or if this is too challenging then an earlier year group task. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Level Home Learning Try the task to see how you score Help video
Year 5 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1750-lesson/time-conversions-1

https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1750-homework/time-conversions-1

Solving problems involving converting between units of time: months and years; days and weeks.

Year 5 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1751-lesson/time-conversions-2

https://app.mymaths.co.uk/1751-homework/time-conversions-2

Solving problems involving converting between units of time: hours and minutes; minutes and seconds.

Year 2 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5937-lesson/comparing-time-2 https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5937-homework/comparing-time-2 Sorry, there is only Year 2 or Year 5 material available.

Still got some of your 1 hour left? http://www.counton.org/games/gotit/ What level suits you?  What score can you get after 5 games? After 10 games?

Literacy

Today’s PowerPoint pdf document will take you to the BBC Bitesize website, where you will be able to watch videos and complete the activities.  Some activities can be competed online and some in your book. Activity 3 gives you a link to a worksheet on the Twinkl website.

L02 Writing-Poetry

PSHE

Today you are going to continue thinking about the special people in your life – your family and friends. All the information that you need for this lesson is in the PDF document below. You should aim to spend approx. 30 minutes on this lesson.

L2 Our Special People

French

If we were at school, we would be learning the vocabulary for clothes this half-term.  You are going to try learning some words for clothes using a song to help you!  It’s a fun song, but you will need to listen to it several times – I’m sorry, the tune might get stuck in your head!  Follow the instructions below.  You should spend about 30 minutes on this lesson.

  1. Use this link to listen to the song. Listen to it once, then read the rest of the instructions below.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/french-ks2-clothes-and-colours/zkhxpg8

  1. Look at the worksheet. It gives you the French vocabulary for the items of clothing in the song.  Draw a picture for some or all of the words, write the French word next to the picture.   You will need to listen to the song several more times.  The French words for the items of clothing appear at different points in the song, so you could pause the video to give you time to draw that item of clothing, if that helps.  Towards the end of the song it mentions lots of different colour and sizes – do not worry about this now.

        It is up to you how many items of clothing you draw (don’t forget to write the French word next to your picture).

  1. Practise reading and saying aloud the French words you have written in your book (check your pronunciation against the song if needed).

French Worksheet Clothes

Monday 01/06/20

SACAWAC

Here are this week’s SACAWAC sheets.  Find the sheet for your group and copy out the spellings each day into your Home Learning Book.  If you prefer to print it and write on the sheet, then that is fine too.  Remember to check each word carefully at the end to make sure you have not made any mistakes!

Times Tables

Please log in to Times Table Rockstars and spend 10 minutes practising your times tables each day this week.

Numeracy

Numeracy - please complete the Year 5 task today

Spend one hour on numeracy, like you would in school, logged in with your username and password.  Try to complete the Year 5 task below below, or if this is too challenging then one or more of the highest earlier year group tasks. If you finish early, have a go at another year group work to make sure that you have remembered work from previous years or to challenge yourself.

Level Home Learning Try the task to see how you score Help video
Year 5 HTTPS://APP.MYMATHS.CO.UK/1700-LESSON/IMPERIAL-MEASURES HTTPS://APP.MYMATHS.CO.UK/1700-HOMEWORK/IMPERIAL-MEASURES

Year 4 No home learning available https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5349-worksheet/mixed-times-tables-ow Practice all of your times tables
Year 3 No home learning available https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5341-worksheet/3-4-8-times-tables-ow 3, 4 and 8 times tables
Year 2 No home learning available https://app.mymaths.co.uk/5337-worksheet/2-5-10-times-tables-ow 2, 5 and 10 times tables

Still got some of your 1 hour left? http://www.counton.org/games/gotit/ What level suits you?  What score can you get after 5 games? After 10 games?

Literacy (Writing)

For the next two weeks in literacy, we will be looking at poetry.  We will start with some of the different features you would expect to find in poems before having a go at writing one of our own.  In guided reading before half-term you read a couple of quite tricky poems.  The ones you will look at next week will be very different, I promise…they will be ‘Nonsense Poems’!

L01 Writing-Poetry

Spellings

  1. As usual, please start today’s spelling lesson with a test. Ask someone in your house to test you on your spellings from last time.  Mark them afterwards to see how many you got right.
  2. This week our spellings are polysyllabic words with unstressed vowels. To find out what this means read the information on the PowerPoint
  3. Make sure you complete the task on page 9 of the PowerPoint. Do this in your book.
  4. Then copy out the new spellings from the handwriting sheet in your neatest handwriting.
  5. Choose at least 6 words from this week’s spelling list (more if you have time or you would like) and write a spelling sentence for each. Try to use the word as part of a sentence if you can rather than just explaining what the word means.  Don’t forget neat handwriting and correct punctuation.

Spellings.Unstressed syllables

Handwriting Practice Sheet

Half Term Homework

Times Table Rockstars

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Don't worry about setting a world record, just see what the highest number of correct answers you can get.

Record yourself using a smartphone or tablet setting your own high score. Ask your parent/guardian if you can share your videos via the Year 5 Events Page, if the file size is not too large, or send to Times Tables Rockstars.

Beat Mr Freeman's score of 25 from yesterday in Class 13:

Optional Task

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