Year 5 Home Learning Week Commencing 27th April
Important Message: Please be aware that there is no expectation that the resources placed on the blog are printed off. The children should be able to respond directly or write the answer down after looking at the text, diagrams or pictures. If you are experiencing any problems, please write a comment below and we will do our best to address it.
We hope you have had a good week and have enjoyed completing the tasks that we set last week.
When you are completing this week’s tasks you will just need to make sure you have a pencil and a piece of paper. You will not need to print anything off.
This week we will be focusing on writing a setting description. There are 5 lessons in total. There are some reading tasks to start with before you practise writing your own description. At the beginning of the lesson there is a quiz to complete before you watch the lesson video. During the video, there are opportunities to pause it and complete the tasks. At the end of the video, you are able to mark your work. We would love it if you can share some of your writing in the comments on the blog.
Remember to use the Scholastic Reading Library alongside your own books to ensure you are reading regularly.
This week’s maths will be set via the Oak National Academy. In each lesson, there is a quiz to complete before watching the lesson’s video. During the video, there is time to pause it and complete the independent activity before going through the answers.
In addition, the BBC Bitesize website has weekly challenges to have a go at. Remember you just need to use a pencil and paper to help you work out the answers.
On TT Rockstars, we have now set up battles between the boys and girls in each class. Last week, 5MW had the most points beating both 5LT and 5TH.
During this lesson, you will learn about how igneous rock is formed, how to recognise it as well as how igneous rock is used. https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/foundation/how-is-igneous-rock-formed-year-5-wk1-3/
This lesson teaches you how to create a frottage patchwork from rubbings of different textures around your home. https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/foundation/texture-treasure-hunt-year-5-wk1-5/
We look forward to reading about how you are getting on.
Miss Whaites, Mrs Hatfield and Mrs Turiccki