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Home Learning Summer Term 2

Welcome back to you all. I hope you all had a very lovely half term.

This term, our topic is Vikings, which is very exciting. For our class reading, we will still be reading How to Train your Dragon as this is a fantastic book all about Vikings!

Please read the guidance below regarding home learning expectations for the current time.

 

Guidance from Our School: (updated 19th April)

  • Compulsory for all -daily reading, daily English tasks , daily maths tasks.
  • Compulsory for Y3-6 daily times tables- Times Tables Rockstars as a minimum.
  • Optional-foundation subjects on webpage eg science, art, DT, music etc
  • White Rose maths videos and worksheets for Mon-Fri should take about an hour and children/parents mark work from answers given on the website.
  • English tasks (to include phonics for YR,Y1,Y2) to take about an hour Mon-Thur.
  • Exemplars and text features sheets giving guidance for each year group to be used to help children with expected standards.
  • English to be submitted via Seesaw if handwritten or Google Classrooms (Y4-6) as directed by teacher by 6pm on Thursday with feedback received by Sunday pm.
  • Any work related to topic/foundation subjects can be completed in afternoons or Fridays with one piece of  ‘best work’ shared via Seesaw.
  • Parents please note that we can realistically give good feedback on a limited number of items posted- one English post and one other per week!
  • Parents/children with any concerns can use the class emails willow@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk which will be monitored daily.

 

What do I need to submit and when?

  • English task submitted on a Thursday by 6pm to class teacher via Seesaw (handwritten) or shared via Google to karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk
  • 'Comprehension Answers' via Google Docs document- Just add to the SAME document for each chapter using a new subheading for each new chapter. I get a notification and can see when you edit this document on my computer, therefore you do not need to reshare it each time. All reading and questions must be up to date by 12pm Friday.
  • Topic work- 'Vikings!' reasearch document shared with me via Google. You will add information to this document each week on a Friday. When you go in to edit it, I can see when you access it. You do not need to reshare each time.
  • Foundation subjects- Select one or two of optional foundation work to share that you are proud of.

 

SeeSaw

If you have still not set up Seesaw, you will need to download the app. Then you will need to email me for the code as the previous one sent by Mrs Hyde will have expired. Once you have joined the class, you will only need to log in using your google email and password.

 

Into Film offered our Choir 50 free places to the cinema to watch The Greatest Showman in November.  They are opening up a competition for your children to become budding film makers through their 'Nature in your Neighbourhood' film competition which ties in brilliantly with our nature topic.  Please see the link below for details of how to join.

https://www.intofilm.org/competitions/16?utm_source=Into+Film+-+Master&utm_campaign=1eff19f683-home-learning-8-ah&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_a1465a9b17-1eff19f683-139965329

 

 

Home Learning WB 13th July

 

Hello everyone! What can I say Year 5? In these bizarre circumstances, you have made it to the final week of the summer term in Year 5 (make a sad face here).

This week out theme is Flight. You are flying the nest from Year 5 and beginning your journey to the final nest of primary school, Year 6! You will all make an amazing Year 6 class. Even though, I only had 7 months teaching you, I thoroughly enjoyed those 7 months and you made some brilliant achievements in that time. We had some lovely trips together and some funny moments! 

 

Teams Meeting Wednesday 2.15pm

 

On Wednesday at 2.15pm, you will receive a call in Microsoft Teams. I have added the emails I have received so far to the Year 5 team. You should have received an email to confirm this. Please check your junk or spam if it hasn't come straight to your inbox.

On the day, make sure you have the website or app open in order to answer the call at 2.15pm.

Please make sure your camera is on but your microphone is off to start with. 

 

Mrs Bravery and I will both be in the call and we will be doing a fun quiz with you. After the quiz, Mrs Rawnson will join us for a quick introduction to Year 6.

 

Flight activities- Monday- Friday.

 

Below in resources, you will find a 'choice board'. Each day, please complete a minimum of one activity from the choice board. It is important that at least one of these activities tells Mrs Rawnson all about you. Try to include all the great things about yourself but also what you find tricky in school, any worries and things you want to work on. Try to give her a detailed account of the REAL you!

 

Maths Activities- Monday-Thursday.

 

There is still maths to do Monday-Thursday. White Rose will still be posting the home learning videos on their website each day. I have attached the worksheets below under Maths resources.

Week beginning 6th July

Hi Year 5, well done for all your amazing biographies last week. I was impressed with the layout and presentation of your work- well done! Our main focus will be the Olympics. In addition to these, the letters to reception children starting in September were amazing! We have finished guided reading for the year so there are no guided reading activities this week.

 

Daily Tasks

These are things you should be practising each day for around 10 minutes each.

READING- keep up your reading. Don’t forget you can access Epic for reading to find a wide array of books for many interests.

TIMES TABLES- access times table rock stars or a times table game/app. This will really benefit next year as in Year 6 you are expected to know all times tables for instant recall- no counting up!

TOUCH TYPING- Throughout this week, I would like you to practise your typing skills. There are many games which are useful for this lifelong skill to be developed. Here are some useful websites you could try. If you find any other good ones, let me know and I can add them to the list.

https://www.typingclub.com/kids-typing

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

https://www.kidztype.com/tags/kids-typing-games/

https://www.keybr.com/ (recommended by Mr Paddock-thank you)

 

Monday

VIRTUAL SPORTS DAY- The Year 5 & 6's in school will be doing their activities today. See the letter sent to parents regarding the activities to do to earn points for your house. Send your scores for each activity into Mrs Crompton at beech@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk

Don’t forget to upload your photos of you doing the events to SeeSaw.

MATHS- This week we will be following the normal content from the White Rose Week 11. You will watch the videos on the White Rose website and complete the White Rose sheet attached in resources.  

Foundation Subjects- Access the afternoon activities PowerPoint for some foundation activities or access the BBC home learning website and complete the foundation subject for this day.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- Complete Tuesday Lesson 2 task. 

Foundation Subjects- Access the afternoon activities PowerPoint for some foundation activities or access the BBC home learning website and complete the foundation subject for this day.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. 

MATHS- Complete Lesson 3- Wednesday from the worksheets below.

Foundation Subjects- Access the afternoon activities PowerPoint for some foundation activities or access the BBC home learning website and complete the foundation subject for this day.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 4- Thursday from the worksheets below.

Foundation Subjects- Access the afternoon activities PowerPoint for some foundation activities or access the BBC home learning website and complete the foundation subject for this day.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

 

Friday

Foundation Subjects- Access the afternoon activities PowerPoint for some foundation activities or access the BBC home learning website and complete the foundation subject for this day.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

Week beginning 22nd June

Hi Year 5, well done for all your amazing game designs last week. Some looked so interesting- I hope they were fun to play! This week, we are moving from games into a favourite area of mine… SPORT! Our main focus will be Wimbledon.

 

Daily Tasks-

These are things you should be practising each day for around 10 minutes each.

READING- keep up your reading. Don’t forget you can access Epic for reading to find a wide array of books for many interests.

TIMES TABLES- access times table rock stars or a times table game/app. This will really benefit next year as in Year 6 you are expected to know all times tables for instant recall- no counting up!

TOUCH TYPING- Throughout this week, I would like you to practise your typing skills. There are many games which are useful for this lifelong skill to be developed. Here are some useful websites you could try. If you find any other good ones, let me know and I can add them to the list.

https://www.typingclub.com/kids-typing

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

https://www.kidztype.com/tags/kids-typing-games/

https://www.keybr.com/ (recommended by Mr Paddock-thank you)

 

Monday

Letters for reception children must be in by Friday 3rd July please. I have posted the details again here to remind you.

ENGLISH from Friday 26th June- Write a letter to a new child starting in reception. These letters will actually be posted to the children so please ensure you use a correct letter layout and get an adult to check your draft before you write it up. You won’t have their address to write on the letter but you need to use the school’s address as your address in the top right corner.

It would be better if these were handwritten, as that is more personal and you drew some pictures for them in the border of the page and maybe a larger one on a separate piece of paper. Their parents can then read you letters to them and you will get to meet them all in September!

What to include:

  • School address in top right corner- Winterbourne Earls Primary School, Summerlug, Salisbury, Wilts, SP46HA.
  • Include a date and then underneath Dear ……….
  • Split your letter into paragraphs
  • Introduce yourself- what year are you in, what do you like, how long have you been at Winterbourne etc.
  • Include information about what our school is like- how many classes, teachers, what there is to do at playtime, lunch choices etc.
  • School values- ‘As each one does their part, we grow in Love’

CHRIST (courage, honesty, respect, inspiration, stretch our learning, thankfulness)

  • Anything else you feel is important to share with them.

It has be handwritten, please share a good quality photo of each page on SeeSaw so that I can print it off or email me a photo at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk

 

ENGLISH WB 29th June- Complete the work from the PowerPoint. This week we will be focused on Wimbledon. If you want to choose a different tennis player or sportsperson for your biography, this is okay with me. You must use the features of a biography- check the features document carefully to see what you need to include.  

MATHS- This week we will be following the normal content from the White Rose Week 10. You will watch the videos on the White Rose website and complete the White Rose sheet attached in resources.  

READING- Now we have finished our guided reading book, there is one last task to do. This involves watching the film and comparing the book with the film. Today you need to watch the film of 'How to train your dragon.'

While we have finished guided reading now for the term, you need to keep up reading. You can do this on Epic or reading books you have at home. Once you have completed a book, please write a reading review of the book.

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- Complete Tuesday Lesson 2 task. 

READING- Complete film review sheet.

 

Wednesday

If you have time, watch some Wimbledon Highlights- we watched some of this BBC program in school and were gripped by the Williams vs Gouff game at the start! Can you explain how tennis is scored?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000kjt8/wimbledon-29062020

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. 

MATHS- Complete Lesson 3- Wednesday from the worksheets below.

READING- Complete comparison picture sheet to draw pictures to compare the film and book.

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 4- Thursday from the worksheets below.

READING- Write about the similarities and differences between the book and the film. Try to use comparing and contrasting adverbials to help- see sheet in resources for sentence openers. 

 

Friday

Enjoy doing some foundation subjects today of your choice. You can access the afternoon activities PowerPoint in resources, check out the BBC home learning website or do your own thing!

 

Enjoy your weekend J

Week beginning 22nd June

Hi Year 5, I hope you and your family are all doing well. Thank you for all the lovely stories I have received last week, I really enjoyed seeing how imaginative you have all been. This week we are beginning a new topic for our English around Games. On Friday, your task will be to write a letter to a new reception child. You may want to give this some thought earlier on in the week, if you have some time. You will receive a notification via SeeSaw with the name of the child you need to write to by Friday. The child you write to at the moment is not your buddy, these will be decided by Mrs Truckle and Mrs Woodfine in September. I am really missing you all, keep up the hard work and stay safe.

 

Daily Tasks-

These are things you should be practising each day for around 10 minutes each.

TIMES TABLES- access times table rock stars or a times table game/app. This will really benefit next year as in Year 6 you are expected to know all times tables for instant recall- no counting up!

READING- You should have a reading book/ book on Epic on the go at home. This is one of the most important skills to keep practising during this time. You can read on your own, you can read with a parent, you can do some shared reading (you read a page, your parent reads a page).

Foundation Subjects

See the afternoon activities related to this week’s theme for foundation fun!

For extra Foundation activities head to the BBC home learning website and complete the Foundation lesson for that day. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Monday

TOUCH TYPING- Throughout this week, I would like you to practise your typing skills. There are many games which are useful for this lifelong skill to be developed. Here are some useful websites you could try. If you find any other good ones, let me know and I can add them to the list.

https://www.typingclub.com/kids-typing

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

https://www.kidztype.com/tags/kids-typing-games/

 

ENGLISH- Complete the work from the PowerPoint. This week we will be designing games!

MATHS- This week we will be following the normal content from the White Rose Week 9. You will watch the videos on the White Rose website, however on Monday and Tuesday you will do two tasks which are from Classroom Secrets rather than White Rose.  

  • Complete Monday task 1 and 2 from the worksheets below. For each task, you only need to complete page 3. The answers are on the last page so you can check your answers.

READING- Read chapter 18. 

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- Complete Tuesday task 1 and 2 from the worksheets below. For each task, you only need to complete page 3 of each task. The answers are on the last page so you can check your answers.

READING- read chapter 19.

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Once you have written your story, you must check your work against the KS2 checklist. Use the checklist as a key and label each objective in your draft. Any objective that is missing, you will need to edit and add it in somewhere.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 3- Wednesday from the worksheets below.

READING- Complete activities on chapter 18.

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 4- Thursday from the worksheets below.

READING- Complete book review on the book. See example in the PPT.

 

Friday

ENGLISH- Write a letter to a new child starting in reception. These letters will actually be posted to the children so please ensure you use a correct letter layout and get an adult to check your draft before you write it up. You won’t have their address to write on the letter but you need to use the school’s address as your address in the top right corner.

It would be better if these were handwritten, as that is more personal and you drew some pictures for them in the border of the page and maybe a larger one on a separate piece of paper. Their parents can then read you letters to them and you will get to meet them all in September!

What to include:

  • School address in top right corner- Winterbourne Earls Primary School, Summerlug, Salisbury, Wilts, SP46HA.
  • Include a date and then underneath Dear ……….
  • Split your letter into paragraphs
  • Introduce yourself- what year are you in, what do you like, how long have you been at Winterbourne etc.
  • Include information about what our school is like- how many classes, teachers, what there is to do at playtime, lunch choices etc.
  • School values- ‘As each one does their part, we grow in Love’

CHRIST (courage, honesty, respect, inspiration, stretch our learning, thankfulness)

  • Anything else you feel is important to share with them.

It has be handwritten, please share a good quality photo on SeeSaw so that I can print it off or email me a photo at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk by Friday 3rd July.

MATHS- no maths today.

Week beginning 15th June

 

Daily Tasks- These are things you should be practising each day for around 10 minutes each.

TIMES TABLES- access times table rockstars or a times table game/app to practise recalling your times tables with speed.

SPELLINGS- https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  1. Click on Year 5 and 6.
  2. Spelling Rule 43- Click ‘play’.
  3. Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  4. Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  5. Play the games and practice the words.

READING- You should have a reading book/ book on Epic on the go at home. This is one of the most important skills to keep practising during this time. You can read on your own, you can read with a parent, you can do some shared reading (you read a page, your parent reads a page).

 

Foundation Subjects

See the afternoon activities related to this week’s theme for foundation fun!

For extra Foundation activities head to the BBC home learning website and complete the Foundation lesson for that day. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Monday

ENGLISH- Complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- This week we will be following different content from the published White Rose videos on their website as you have already covered their content your home learning. In the resources, you will find a document called, ‘Y5 Week 8 Alternative Plan WB 15th June.’ This has video links if needed to support our alternative work this week.

Complete Lesson 1 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities for this week. The days set out are a rough guide for how we would do them in class. However, as long as all activities are completed and submitted by Friday, they can be done at your leisure.

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 2 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Once you have written your story, you must check your work against the KS2 checklist. Use the checklist as a key and label each objective in your draft. Any objective that is missing, you will need to edit and add it in somewhere.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 3 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 4 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Friday

ENGLISH- Research Viking weapons. Add this information to your google document.

Craft option: can you make a Viking weapon?

Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS-

  1. Log onto Professor Assessor and complete this week’s home learning task- click on 'home learning'. Remember to have some paper handy or your home learning book so that you can do working out.
  2. Complete a times table check. https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Check

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

Week beginning 8th June

 

Daily Tasks- These are things you should be practising each day for around 10 minutes each.

TIMES TABLES- access times table rockstars or a times table game/app.

SPELLINGS- https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  1. Click on Year 5 and 6.
  2. Spelling Rule 42- Click ‘play’.
  3. Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  4. Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  5. Play the games and practice the words.

READING- You should have a reading book on the go at home. This is one of the most important skills to keep practising during this time. You can read on your own, you can read with a parent, you can do some shared reading (you read a page, your parent reads a page).

 

Foundation Subjects

Try some of the afternoon bubble related activities from the PowerPoint. There are lots of fun, practical activities in there to try. Have fun!

For extra Foundation activities head to the BBC home learning website and complete the Foundation lesson for that day. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

 

Monday

ENGLISH- Complete the work from the PowerPoint. https://www.literacyshed.com/bubbles.html

MATHS- This week we will be following different content from the published White Rose videos on their website as you have already covered their content your home learning. In the resources, you will find a document called, ‘Y5 Week 7 Alternative Plan.’ This has video links if needed to support our alternative work this week.

Complete Lesson 1 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities for this week. The days set out are a rough guide for how we would do them in class. However, as long as all activities are completed and submitted by Friday, they can be done at your leisure.

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 2 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 3 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- Complete Lesson 4 from the worksheets below.

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Friday

TOPIC-

1. Research Viking houses. Find pictures, explain what they were called and how they were made. Add this information to your google document. 

2. Design a Viking house and create a brochure for it imagining it is going on the market to be sold. 

 

Take a look at house adverts online to get an idea of how to structure your brochure. Many will include:

  • Pictures of different rooms with captions
  • A floor plan of the property
  • A written description of the layout
  • Price 
  • Map of the location

Additional Craft option: Could you make a model your viking house? You could use craft materials, lego, sticks, mud, try to be imaginative! I will look forward to seeing any pictures of your houses.

MATHS- Quite a few people didn't complete last week's Professor Assessor. Well done to lots who did, I enjoyed looking through your scores and seeing how well you all did! Any problems with log ins, please email me.

  1. Log onto Professor Assessor and complete this week’s home learning task for 12th June. Click on home learning not assessment. Remember to have some paper handy or your home learning book so that you can do working out.
  2. Complete a times table check using the following link. https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/477/Multiplication-Tables-Check 

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

Week beginning 1st June

 

Daily Tasks- These are things you should be practising each day for around 10 minutes each.

TIMES TABLES- access times table rockstars or a times table game/app.

SPELLINGS- https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  1. Click on Year 5 and 6.
  2. Spelling Rule 41- Click ‘play’.
  3. Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  4. Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  5. Play the games and practice the words.

READING- You should have a reading book on the go at home. This is one of the most important skills to keep practising during this time. You can read on your own, you can read with a parent, you can do some shared reading (you read a page, your parent reads a page).

 

Foundation Subjects

See 'Hope afternoon activities' powerpoint. 

For extra Foundation activities head to the BBC home learning website and complete the Foundation lesson for that day. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Monday

ENGLISH- Complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 6 Lesson 1.’ The maths worksheets are in the resources on our class page. Please also look at the BBC Home learning website for extra activities and videos to consolidate learning.

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

READING- see Chapter 11 and Chapter 12 activity sheets resources for activities for this week. The activities can be done on any day. However, all activities need to be completed and submitted by Friday.

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 6 Lesson 2

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 6 Lesson 3

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 6 Lesson 4

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Friday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS-

  1. Log onto Professor Assessor and complete this week’s assessment. Remember to have some paper handy or your home learning book so that you can do working out.
  2. Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 6 Lesson 5 Friday Maths Challenge.’

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

Week beginning 18th May

 

Daily Tasks- These are things you should be practising each day for around 10 minutes each.

TIMES TABLES- access times table rockstars or a times table game/app.

SPELLINGS- https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  1. Click on Year 5 and 6.
  2. Spelling Rule 40- Click ‘play’.
  3. Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  4. Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  5. Play the games and practice the words.

READING- You should have a reading book on the go at home. This is one of the most important skills to keep practising during this time. You can read on your own, you can read with a parent, you can do some shared reading (you read a page, your parent reads a page).

 

Foundation Subjects

For extra Foundation activities head to the BBC home learning website and complete the Foundation lesson for that day. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

Mon- History, Tues- Geography, Wed- Science, Thurs- Computing, Fri- Music.

 

Monday

ENGLISH- Complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS-

!PROFESSOR ASSESSOR!- 13 children did not complete the Home Learning Assessment I set last week on Professor Assessor. I have reset it for those who did not complete it and this needs to be completed by Tuesday lunch time please. 

Mathletics- There are some outstanding Mathletics tasks. Please log in this week and check you have completed these by Thursday.

Again, as I said last Tuesday, if you can't remember your log in details, please email me. 

 

Monday's work- Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 5 Lesson 1.’ The maths worksheets are in the resources on our class page. Please also look at the BBC Home learning website for extra activities and videos to consolidate learning.

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities for this week. The days set out are a rough guide for how we would do them in class. However, as long as all activities are completed and submitted by Friday, they can be done at your leisure.

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS-

1) Complete A sheet on the 8x table race.

2) Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 5 Lesson 2

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS-

1) Complete B sheet on 8x table. Can you beat your score from yesterday?

2) Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 5 Lesson 3

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS-

1) Complete C on the 8x table race. How quickly can you complete it?

2) Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 5 Lesson 4

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Friday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS-

  1. Log onto Professor Assessor and complete this weeks assessment. Remember to have some paper handy or your home learning book so that you can do working out. 
  2. OPTIONAL: Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 5 Lesson 5 Friday Maths Challenge.’

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

STEM Activities

Here is a link to a website providing recorded Science lessons for children, along with a worksheet for them to complete. There are lots of different topics and could be used to fill an afternoon session if you wanted your child to access some interesting Science. STEM activities combine Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths - so these activities will develop many skills for your child. 

https://www.stem.org.uk/remote-lessons/key-stage-2

Week beginning 11th May

Important information about sharing work- PLEASE READ:

  • English- you only need to share the MAIN PIECE of English work with me to be marked. If you do wish to share any of the build up work, this is great but please ensure it is all on ONE google document with your initials or name clearly at the START of the document name. This makes it far easier for me to manage rather than having lots of separate documents. 
  • Reading - comprehension questions should all be on the SAME google document as previous weeks. You just need to add a new subheading for each chapter.
  • SEESAW- If you are uploading work to SeeSaw, please submit multiple photos for the same subject in ONE post. 
  • Maths Sheets- these do not need to be shared, please date each one and keep them safe. Make notes on any particular topics you have found tricky. 
  • Times table practice- Times tables are the foundation of the majority of Maths in Year 5 and 6. They are VITAL knowledge and you will need to recall ALL times table facts quickly (without counting in sequence) ready for Year 6. Please do practise these everyday, there are some great apps out there for times tables (e.g. Squeebles) and you have Times Table Rockstars to use as well. Please share your progress with the Times Table Race on SeeSaw.

 

Monday

ENGLISH- Complete the work from the PowerPoint. You only need to submit the main task to me on Thursday.

MATHS- Warm up: Times table race. This week we will be focusing on the 3 and 4 times table. In resources, you will see times table race sheets for these. Time yourself to see how long it takes to complete the 24 questions for each the 3 and 4 times tables. If you can't print the sheets, have them on the screen and then just write down the answers on a piece of paper.

Main task: head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 4 Lesson 1.’ The maths worksheets are in the resources on our class page. Please also look at the BBC Home learning website for extra activities and videos to consolidate learning. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities for this week. The days set out are a rough guide for how we would do them in class. However, as long as all activities are completed and submitted by Friday, they can be done at your leisure.

Foundation subjects- see ‘Foundation Grid’ in resources. Choose an activity from here today OR from Nature activities.

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- IMPORTANT: Later in the week children will need to access Professor Assessor and Mathletics. They should know their log in details or have them inside their diary. If you do not have this, please email me before Friday.

Warm up: Times table rockstars.

Main task: head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 4 Lesson 2

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

Geography- head to the BBC Home Learning Website

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Geography’

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS- Warm Up: Times table race sheet- how quickly can you complete the 24 questions today? 

Main task: head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 4 Lesson 3

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities

SCIENCE- head to the BBC Home Learning Website

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab

 

Thursday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- Warm Up: Play a times table game/ app (squeebles is a good app) or Times Table Rockstars.

Main Task: head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 4 Lesson 4

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY- Head to the BBC website Home Learning

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Design & Technology’

 

Friday

ENGLISH- complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete the main written on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo on SeeSaw.

MATHS- Warm Up: Complete the times table races for the 3 and 4 times tables- how quickly can you complete the sheet? Can you beat your score from last Monday? Submit your photos and times on SeeSaw.

Main Task:

1. Complete Mathletics tasks set relating to fractions.

2. Log into Professor Assessor. The school code is WEC and you have your log in details in your diary.

https://www.prof123.co.uk/Start

  • Complete the assessment set. This assessment is only set for 2 days so must be completed today or tomorrow.
  • You can use space in your book to do any working out required.
  • You must work by yourself to complete this- parents no help! If you don't understand some questions, make a note of the type of question/ topic as this will be something you can ask a parent afterwards when you go through the answers/ or me when we are back at school. 

Optional: Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘Summer Week 4 Lesson 5 Friday Maths Challenge.’

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

ART & DESIGN- Head to the BBC website Home Learning.

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Art & Design’

 

 

Week beginning 4th May

 

Monday

ENGLISH– Complete the work from the PowerPoint.

SPELLING- 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on Year 5 and 6.
  • Spelling Rule 39- Click play.
  • Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  • Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  • Play the games and practice the words.

MATHS-

Warm Up: Times Table Race - See Resources- You only need page 1. Time yourself for 1 minute. How many can you complete in the time? Use the answer sheet to see how many you got correct.

Next time, try to beat your score. you don't need to start a brand new sheet. If you still had lots of questions left on the sheet, start from where you finished. 

Main Task: We are skipping Summer Week 2 in order to align our learning with the rest of the school. This week you will complete WEEK 3 Maths for Year 5. 

Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 3 Lesson 1- Multiplication Area Model.’

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

READING- This week we will be looking at Chapters 4,5 and 6. See ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities for this week. The days set out are a rough guide for how we would do them in class. However, as long as all activities are completed and submitted by Friday, they can be done at your leisure.

 

Foundation subjects- see ‘Foundation Grid’ or 'Nature Activities' in resources. Choose some activities from here today.

 

Tuesday

ENGLISH– complete the work from the PowerPoint.

MATHS-

1. Warm Up: Times Table Rock Stars for 10 minutes.

2. Main Task: Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 3 Lesson 2- Multiplication Formal Method.’

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Geography- head to the BBC Home Learning Website

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Geography- Trade and Economic Activity.’

 

Wednesday

ENGLISH– complete the work from the PowerPoint.

SPELLING- Rule 39

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

MATHS-

1. Head to this website and complete the Times Table Check. https://www.timestables.co.uk/multiplication-tables-check/

2. Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 3 Lesson 3- Short Division’

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Science- head to the BBC Home Learning Website

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Science- How plants reproduce’

OR 

Do some of the nature activities in the PowerPoint.

 

Thursday

ENGLISH– complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete any written work on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo with me on SeeSaw.

MATHS-

Warm Up: Times Table Race. Time yourself for 1 minute. How many can you complete in the time? Can you beat your score from Monday for how many you could complete in a minute? You don't need to start a brand new sheet. If you still had lots of questions left on the sheet, start from where you finished on Monday. 

Main task: head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 3 Lesson 4 Measure & Calculate perimeter.'

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

READING- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

 

Computing- Head to the BBC website Home Learning

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Computing- Algorithms and Debugging’

 

Friday- Bank Holiday.

Please ensure the following work has been shared with me:

  • Reading tasks and comprehension answers.
  • Viking document up to date with research on Viking Games and Sports.
  • Foundation task that you are proud of.

Week beginning 27th April

 

Hello all. Welcome to Week 2 of the summer term of home learning for Year 5. I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the sunshine! Thank you for all the lovely work that was sent to me last week. I really enjoyed reading and seeing all the amazing learning you have been doing.

The BBC lessons for the Foundation subjects e.g. Geography are released on that day. Therefore you won't be able to access them until the day it is set on or after.

 

These items need to be submitted this week:

  • Space poem by Thursday.
  • Chapter 2 and 3 Reading Comprehension Questions by Friday.
  • Dragon Design and description by Friday.
  • Vikings document updated with new information by Friday.
  • One piece of other work you are proud of.

Monday

English – Complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete any written work on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo with me on SeeSaw.

SPELLING- We will be incorporating some Spelling patterns into our English learning. This website we will be using has some free games and free test for the end of the week.

Go to the following site

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on Year 5 and 6.
  • Spelling Rule 38- Click play.
  • Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  • Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  • Play the games and practice the words.

Maths- 1. Before Maths each day, you should be playing Times Table Rock Stars to keep your mental Maths improving. Aim to play for at least 10 minutes. You could also try looking for some online mental maths games or times table games to add a bit of variety to your maths warm up.

2. Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 1 LESSON 1 Adding Decimals.’

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

Reading- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities for this week. The days set out are a rough guide for how we would do them in class. However, as long as all activities are completed and submitted by Friday, they can be done at your leisure.

Foundation- see ‘Foundation Grid’ in resources. Choose an activity from here  to do today.

 

Tuesday

English complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete any written work on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo with me on SeeSaw.

Maths- 1. Warm up - Times Table Rock Stars.

2. Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘ SUMMER WEEK 1 LESSON 2 Subtracting Decimals within 1.’

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

Reading- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

Geography- head to the BBC Home Learning Website https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Geography- The World’

 

Wednesday

English  Today you will write your poems. The children I am working with in school will be writing an acrostic poem and a rhyming couplet poem. We will write the rhyming poem as if we are journeying through space. I have created some resources to help the children in school if they are stuck. So I have attached below for you as well. Don't forget today is only a draft so it may require changing/ crossing out words etc to improve it. Don't worry if its messy! 

Ensure you complete any written work on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo with me on SeeSaw.

SPELLING- We will be incorporating some Spelling patterns into our English learning. This website we will be using has some free games and free test for the end of the week.

Go to the following site

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on Year 5 and 6.
  • Spelling Rule 38- Click play.
  • Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  • Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  • Play the games and practice the words.

Maths- 1. Warm up - Times Table Rock Stars.

2. Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 1 LESSON 3 Complements to 1.’

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

Reading- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

Science- Head to the BBC website Home Learning https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for Science: Mixing and dissolving.

 

Thursday

English complete the work from the PowerPoint. Ensure you complete any written work on google docs and share it with me at karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk or if it has be handwritten, share a photo with me on SeeSaw.

Maths-  1. Warm up - Times Table Rock Stars.

2. Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 1 LESSON4 Adding decimals- crossing the whole.’

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

Reading- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

RE- Head to the BBC website Home Learning https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Religious Studies'

 

Friday

English/Topic/ History- Complete the following work on your 'Vikings' document on google docs.

  1. Research the importance of Lindisfarne in the Viking period. Write a paragraph and find some pictures to help explain what happened here. This video will help https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zrpnvcw
  2. Vikings travelled by boat. Research Viking boats and ships. How were they designed? What was life like for sailors? Write about them and find pictures to add to your fact file. hese videos will help: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/viking-ships/znxn382                  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zgmxpv4
  3. Design task. Choose from the following options what you wish to design (you can do both if you wish!). Please see resources for some help and templates.

Option 1= A Viking figurehead for a Longship. You can make this or you can draw it. Some ideas can be found here:

Option 2= A Viking Longship. You can make your own design- raid the recycling! Or use the template provided in resources.

 

SPELLING- We will be incorporating some Spelling patterns into our English learning. This website we will be using has some free games and free test for the end of the week.

Go to the following site

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on Year 5 and 6.
  • Spelling Rule 38- Click play.
  • Click Spelling test. Keep a log of your score on your 'Spelling' google document.

Maths- 1. Warm up - Times Table Rock Stars.

2. Head to the White Rose website and complete ‘SUMMER WEEK 1 LESSON 5 Friday Maths Challenge.’ Or do Space Mystery Activity below.

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

Reading- see ‘READING- comprehension’ sheet in resources for activities.

Music- Head to the BBC website Home Learning https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

Click ‘start a lesson’, click ‘Year 5’, click on the tab for ‘Music- Rhythm and Percussion’

 

These items need to be submitted this week:

  • Space poem by Thursday.
  • Chapter 2 and 3 Reading Comprehension Questions by Friday.
  • Dragon Design and description by Friday.
  • Vikings document updated with new information by Friday.
  • One piece of other work you are proud of.

 

Friday Maths

Poetry Resources

Week beginning 20th April 

Daily timetable:

0900-0930 PE with Joe Wicks

0930-1045 English & Spelling (Topic on a Friday)

(1045-1115 Break)

1115-1130 Times Table RockStars/ Times table games

1130-1215 White Rose Maths

(1215-1315 Lunch)

1315-1345 Reading

(Some reading activities may take longer than this, you could roll over an unfinished activity to the next day. As long as the activities are completed by the end of the week, when you do them is pretty flexible.)

1345-1500 Foundation subjects (Optional- for activities see 'Foundation Grid' document in Resources.)

 

The timetable above is only there to serve as a rough guide. You may have times or routines that work more effectively for you and your family and your parents working circumstances.

As Year 5's you should be able to work independently on most tasks, as you would do in class. You may need help to check work or clarify an answer you might be stuck on, as you would do in class with Mrs Bravery or I. Your parents shouldn't need to sit with you for most tasks, only to be around if you are stuck. If your parent is busy working, remember the class email is there also for help.

 

How to Train Your Dragon (class guided reading book) Information

This book is our class guided reading book. Each week we will read a couple of chapters (only 1 this week) and complete activities related to the story like we would do in class. You should still have your own reading book of choice on the go.

*** I have attached pictures of the first chapter of the book, in case you book has not arrived yet. We will only be reading Chapter 1 this week! When we are not reading, you will be doing activities related to the book.***

 

MONDAY/ Lundi

ENGLISH -

Please complete the work for Year 5 from the English power point for this week. The children will be doing some research online about Space and writing down key words/phrases/things they see in a mind map. 

SPELLING- We will be incorporating some Spelling patterns into our English learning. This website we will be using has some free games and free test for the end of the week.

Go to the following site

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on Year 5 and 6.
  • Spelling Rule 37- Click play.
  • Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  • Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  • Play the games and practice the words.

MATHS -

WEEK 2 LESSON 1- Follow the link below and you will find an explanation video and work to complete for each day of the week.

READING- 

Read the blurb on the back of the book (if you don’t yet have the book, there is a picture below). Your task today is to design your own front cover for the book, 'How to Train Your Dragon.' This can be handwritten or done on a google docs document.

Foundation Subjects- See 'Foundation Grid' document in resources for some ideas.

 

TUESDAY/ Mardi

ENGLISH -

Please complete the work for Year 5 from the English power point for Tuesday. Today, the children will be looking at some examples of Space poetry and finding features. 

MATHS -

WEEK 2 LESSON 2 - Follow the link below and you will find an explanation video and work to complete for each day of the week.

READING- 

1. Read the chapters 'A note from Hiccup' and Chapter 1 'First catch your dragon' of the book.

2. You will be answering questions on each chapter to check your understanding. The questions can be found in the resources below. Answer the comprehension questions in full sentences, where possible, on a google document.

  • Set up a Google docs or slides document for your answers called 'Comprehension Questions' with your initials at the beginning. E.g. KA Comprehension Questions.
  • Put a title of How to train your dragon and then a subheading of Chapter 1.
  • Share it with me on karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk
  • Then each time we do reading comprehension questions, you can add a new subheading with the chapter title and write your answers.

FRENCH- DuoLingo practice.

 

WEDNESDAY/ Mecredi

ENGLISH -

Please complete the work for Year 5 from the English power point for Tuesday. Your child will be completing an activity on personification, so that they can use this in their poem.

SPELLING-

Go to the following site

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on Year 5 and 6.
  • Spelling Rule 37- Click play.
  • Click Spelling Tiles. Choose a game to play.
  • Read all the words or listen to them being read if you're not sure of one.
  • Play the game.

MATHS -

WEEK 2 LESSON 3- Follow the link below and you will find an explanation video and work to complete for each day of the week.

READING-

Draw and design a special badge that the boys in the Dragon Initiation Programme could wear.

SCIENCE-

  1. How have you used electricity today? Create a table for how you have used electricity today. Use two columns- 'essential' and 'non-essential' See resources for an example of the table.
  2. Research who invented Electricity and how it has changed our lives. Present your findings in your own way, this could be a poster, presentation, etc.

 

THURSDAY/ Jeudi

ENGLISH -

Please complete the work for Year 5 from the English power point for Tuesday. Your child will be turning their ideas and phrases from Monday into descriptive sentences that could be used for a poem, thinking about rhyming words. 

MATHS -

WEEK 2 LESSON 4-  Follow the link below and you will find an explanation video and work to complete for each day of the week.

READING- Write a letter to Gobber the Belch to ask him if you could be on the Dragon   Initiation Programme. What skills do you have? Why would you be a good Viking warrior?

Try to use the correct format of a letter- your address (top right), their address (left side), date, paragraphs, Dear…., Yours sincerely….

Foundation Subjects- See 'Foundation Grid' document in resources for some ideas.

 

FRIDAY/ Vendredi

READING/TOPIC/ ENGLISH

Set Up a Google document called 'Vikings' with your initials at the beginning e.g. 'KA Vikings' Each week you will have a research task related to Vikings and you will add to this document the information you find out. At the end of the term, you will end up with a fact file all about Vikings.

Todays task: Research these questions:

  • Where Vikings came from? (Can you find any maps to show this information?)
  • What time period did they rule in?  Create a Viking timeline- what happened during their reign?

This websites might be useful:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/ztyr9j6/articles/zjcxwty

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/viking/timeline.html

SPELLING-

Go to the following site

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

  • Click on Year 5 and 6.
  • Spelling Rule 37. Click play.
  • Click Practice test. Allow time to load.
  • Click 'Begin Test'. Complete test for this weeks Spelling words. Make a note of your score in your learning journal or set up a spelling test results document in google which you can add your score to each week for me to see.

MATHS -

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Times tables rockstars 10 minutes practice

WEEK 2 LESSON 5-  Follow the link below and you will find an explanation video and work to complete for each day of the week

Foundation Subjects- See 'Foundation Grid' document in resources for some ideas.

Blurb

HTTYD Chapter 1

Easter Holidays 

 

There will be no learning tasks set over Easter. However please keep up regular reading and enjoy books together with a parent or as a family. 

I will expect to receive these pieces of work via google docs, seesaw or email by Friday 1st April.

 

  • Rainforest story
  • Dinosaur factfile 
  • Living things science assessment (set on google classroom).

 

Well done for all your hard work over the past couple of weeks. Many of you have shared some excellent pieces of learning with me, so thank you! 
 

Enjoy your Easter holiday. If you need some fun activities to do, watch this page for updates. There may be prizes on offer! This is completely optional! 

 

 

Email Addresses

If you are sharing your work with me on google classroom, you will still need to use the following email address for now which should be set up on your google account.

karrandale@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk

Please name documents starting with your initials e.g. KA Rainforest story

 

NEW Email Address for questions

We now have a class email up and running.

This email if for you (children) or parents to email any questions regarding home learning.

Please use this email:

willow@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk

 

Any photos of your home learning you would like to share with me can now be shared on SeeSaw.

You can download the app or access through google/ safari browsers. Mrs Hyde has sent an email of instructions to set this up... well done to those who already have.

 

Epic reading

This can only be accessed during school hours 9am-3pm. 

 

Google Classroom

Please check whether you can log into google classroom from home.

You need to log in with your username for the chrome book with @winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk on the end. Then use your normal password.

If you are not yet a member, the class code is: bgimjsl

 

You should be trying to keep up with Maths and English every day where possible. 

As year 5, you would work mostly independently on many tasks in class for around 45 minutes to 1 hour at a time. Therefore once you are set up with a task, you shouldn’t need to disturb your parent, particularly if they are working from home. 

Most of you would work independently on your English and Maths in class, asking occasional queries if required. You may then have some support from myself or Mrs Bravery checking through your work and checking off your targets in English. If you do your work on google docs and label your targets, I will be able to provide this feedback. 
Other foundation subject activities are provided here for guidance. Many of you would also work independently in many of these subjects for around 45 minutes, such as art, science or Geography. Therefore, you shouldn’t need much assistance from a parent once set up unless it involves something you need to be supervised for such as cooking.

 

MONDAY 30th

PE- 0900-0930 Joe Wicks. We've been doing this every day in school. It's been great and we're trying to get a shout out!

 

ENGLISH -

1) Epic reading or your own reading book for 10 minutes.

2) This week you will be creating a fact page about Dinosaurs. Use the power point below and complete the work for Year 5 and 6 each day. Please complete work in your home learning journal. 

 

MATHS - Please follow the White Rose Maths Home Learning link below for your Maths work this week.

WWU (wizard warm up sheet.) = complete 1-10 on 53.4 skills check sheet.

Watch the WEEK 1 LESSON 1 video and complete the work for each day as shown on the website. 

Complete Star Challenge for extension- just do 'a' (e.g. 4a, 5a etc.) lettered questions on either page 3 (easier) or 4 (harder).

 

ART- Ask your parent to follow 'Little Red Boots- Illustration by Kathryn Coyle' on facebook if they have it. She is doing a live tutorial to paint live with her at 2pm.

OR if you don't have access to watch, find a 'sketch a dinosaur' video on YouTube and have a go.

 

FRENCH- DuoLingo Practice.

 

TUESDAY 31st

PE- 0900-0930- Joe Wicks. We've been doing this every day in school. It's been great and we're trying to get a shout out!

 

ENGLISH

1) Epic reading or your own reading book for 10 minutes.

2) This week you will be creating a fact page about Dinosaurs. Use the power point below and complete the work for Year 5 and 6 each day. Please complete work in your home learning journal.  

 

MATHS -  Please follow the White Rose Maths Home Learning link below for your Maths work this week.

WWU- Times table rockstars- 10 minutes practice.

Watch the WEEK 1 LESSON 2 video and complete the work for each day as shown on the website. 

Complete Star Challenge for extension- just do 'a' (e.g. 4a, 5a etc.) lettered questions on either page 3 (easier) or 4 (harder).

 

SCIENCE- Complete 'Living Things' assessment set on google classroom. See intructions above for how to log in.

 

WEDNESDAY 1st April

PE- 0900-0930 Joe Wicks. We've been doing this every day in school. It's been great and we're trying to get a shout out!

 

ENGLISH -

Please set up a document on google docs when you begin writing your factfile text and share it with me so that I can see your progress over the next few days. If you found lots of facts yesterday, you can start writing your text today. Don’t forget to do your plan first so that it is well organised.
Name it with your initials and ‘Dinosaur text’ (E.g. KA Dinosaur text).

Remember you will need to use paragraphs, subheadings, pictures and apply your writing targets. 

1) Epic reading or your own reading book for 10 minutes.

2)  This week you will be creating a fact page about Dinosaurs. Use the power point below and complete the work for Year 5 and 6 each day. Please complete work in your home learning journal. 

 

MATHS -  Please follow the White Rose Maths Home Learning link below for your Maths work this week.

WWU- Skills check 53.4 questions 11-20.

Watch the WEEK 1 LESSON 3 video and complete the work for each day as shown on the website. 

Complete Star Challenge for extension- just do 'a' (e.g. 4a, 5a etc.) lettered questions on either page 3 (easier) or 4 (harder).

 

Computing- Use Scratch Online or download the Scratch app. Create a dinosaur coding game. Could a dinosaur work around a maze to find her dinosaur eggs? Could a dinosaur escape a predator? See below basic instructions for a maze game.

 

THURSDAY 2nd

PE- 0900-0930 Joe Wicks. We've been doing this every day in school. It's been great and we're trying to get a shout out!

 

ENGLISH -

1) Epic reading or your own reading book for 10 minutes.

2) Write dinosaur fact file text.
Please see Wednesday instructions for information about format. If you can, write it on google docs and share it with me so that I can see your progress. 
You will need to label your targets. This can be easily done on google docs by highlighting a word or sentence and adding a comment stating what target the selected text is showing. E.g. The dinosaur’s tail    Comment: Purple 7- use of possessive apostrophe. 
3) I have only seen a handful of rainforest stories from last week. Please share with me in google docs if you typed them. If you wrote it in your book, please take a photo and email it to me. 

 

MATHS -  Please follow the White Rose Maths Home Learning link below for your Maths work this week.

WWU- times table rockstars- 10 minutes practice.

Watch the WEEK 1 LESSON 4 video and complete the work for each day as shown on the website. 

Complete Star Challenge for extension- just do 'a' (e.g. 4a, 5a etc.) lettered questions on either page 3 (easier) or 4 (harder).

 

SCIENCE- Have a go at one or both of these dinosaur activities.

1) Make and excavate dinosaur bones. Follow the below website for instructions for how to make the dinosaur bones. Can you then bury/hide them in your garden and excavate them with a brush? Be careful... they are very old!

You or an adult could also draw a map of your garden and follow the clues/ directions to locate each of the dinosaur bones.

https://www.simpleeverydaymom.com/easy-salt-dough-fossils/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=tailwind_tribes&utm_content=tribes&utm_term=398032304_13203056_23404

2) Hatch dinosaur eggs! Please look at the following website for instructions for hatching dinosaur eggs.

https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/dinosaur-egg-hatching/

 

If you can, take some photos and add them to a google docs/slides document. Then you can share them with me.

Or you can email them direct to willow@winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk

 

FRIDAY 3rd

PE- 0900-0930 Joe Wicks. We've been doing this every day in school. It's been great and we're trying to get a shout out!

 

ENGLISH -

1) Epic reading or your own reading book for 10 minutes.

2) Finish dinosaur text.
3) Label your targets for the level you are on using a key. This can be easily done on google docs by highlighting a word or sentence then use the + sign to add a comment stating what target the selected text is showing. E.g. The dinosaur’s tail    comment: Purple 7- use of possessive apostrophe.
4) Ensure it is shared with me on google docs. If it is handwritten, please take a photo and email it to me. 

 

MATHS -  Please follow the White Rose Maths Home Learning link below for your Maths work this week.

Watch the WEEK 1 LESSON 5 video and complete the work for each day as shown on the website. 

 

Cooking- Make some Easter treats! You could make chocolate nests, easter biscuits or hot cross buns if you are feeling adventurous! Try to take some photos for your home learning book or share them with me via a google docs or google slides document.

 

Maths Work Week Beginning 30th March

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

Follow the link above, watch the video and complete the work in your home learning journal for each day (one session should be completed each day).

Epic reading

 

This can only be accessed during school hours 9am-3pm. 

 

Google Classroom

Please check whether you can log into google classroom from home.

You need to log in with your username for the chrome book with @winterbourneearls.wilts.sch.uk on the end. Then use your normal password.

If you are not yet a member, the class code is: bgimjsl 

 


Week Beginning 23rd March

 

If you are working from home, try to establish routine like we would have at school. For example, your typical day could look like:

 

9am PE with Joe Wicks (See his Youtube channel TheBodyCoachTV)

930-1030 English

1030-11.00 Break time

1100-1200: Maths

1200-1330: Lunch

1330-1500: Other subjects.

1500-1700: Play/ family time.

Monday:

PE:

9am: Joe Wicks PE.

 

MATHS

WALT: Adding mixed fractions

Wizard warm up: Questions 11-20 from Skills check 53.1

Complete Page 2 from sheets.

Extra Challenge: Page 8.

 

English

WALT: Plan a rainforest story.

Use the story mountain to plan a story with a rainforest link.

 

French

Log into and play DuoLingo.

 

Tuesday:

 

PE- Joe Wicks 9-9.30am

 

MATHS

WALT: Subtract Fractions within 1

Wizard warm up: Questions 1-10 from Skills check 53.2

Complete page 2 from L16 Subtracting within 1 sheets.

Extra challenge: Page 8.

Also have a go at some of the White Rose Problem of the day challenges.

https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/classroom-resources/problems/

 

English

See PPT- Tuesday activity.

 

Science

Complete some (or all) of the home science experiments. See resources.

 

Wednesday

 

PE- 9-9.30 Joe Wicks 

 

READING

All members of the class have been set up with online reading on the site EPIC!

https://www.getepic.com/sign-in

1. Please log in to the site above or download the Epic! app. The class code is: drs7800

2. Select your name.

3. Select a book of your choice to read. This book needs to be a book with a suitable age between 8 and 12.

4. I have also set some assigned books for you to read. Please read these by next Friday (3rd April.)

5. For the assigned books, please complete the quiz once you have read them.

 

If you have other books at home on the go, this is fine, just keep track of your reading in a journal. You should be reading for at least 20 minutes a day. Either use a page in your Home Learning book or continue to use your reading record.

 

I will be able to log into my teacher account and see how you are doing with your reading on Epic. Enjoy!

 

MATHS

WALT: Subtract fractions using a number line.

Wizard warm up: Questions 11-20 from Skills check 53.2

Complete page 4 from L17 Subtracting using number line sheets.

Extra challenge: Page 8.

Also have a go at some of the White Rose Problem of the day challenges.

https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/classroom-resources/problems/

 

English

See Powerpoint - Wednesday task.

 

PE- Parents you can get involved too??!

Find a safe area where you can set up some cones/ markers about 100m apart/ a field you can run around etc.

 

Complete the following workout:

Set a timer for 15 minutes.

Run 200m (to the cone and back.)

Complete 10 squats

Run 200m

Complete 20 squats

Run 200m

Complete 30 squats

Keep adding 10 squats and see how far you can get in the time limit.

 

 

 

Thursday

 

PE- Joe Wicks Session 0900-0930

 

READING

Continue reading on Epic. Make a reading journal on a page in your Home Learning book or continue to use your reading record.

 

MATHS- see video below for explanation.

WALT: Subtract Mixed fractions

Wizard warm up: Questions 1-10 from Skills check 53.3

Complete page 2 from L18 Subtracting mixed fractions sheets.

Extra challenge: Page 10.

Also have a go at some of the White Rose Problem of the day challenges.

https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/classroom-resources/problems/

 

English

Write your rainforest story. Don't forget to check your targets carefully.

 

Science

Go on a nature walk. Can you find examples of plants that reproduce sexually and asexually?

Sketch some of your plants you find as you go on your walk.

Sketch a diagram of a flowering plant and label the female and male parts of the plant.

 

Friday

 

PE - Joe Wicks 0900-0930

 

READING

Continue reading on Epic. Make a reading journal on a page in your Home Learning book or continue to use your reading record.

 

MATHS

WALT: Subtract mixed numbers using a number line.

Wizard warm up: Questions 11-20 from Skills check 53.3

Complete page 2 from L19 Subtracting mixed fractions using a number line sheets.

Extra challenge: Page 12.

Also have a go at some of the White Rose Problem of the day challenges.

https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/classroom-resources/problems/

 

English

Finish writing up story. Edit and improve vocabulary choices.

Label your targets carefully. Any missing from your level or previous levels will need to be added in.

Write up in neat- handwritten or on a computer.

If you can do your work on google docs, share it with me.

 

Art

Complete something of your choice with a rainforest theme.

Subtracting fractions video

Still image for this video

Useful website for Maths support

The following website is really useful to support your child with their learning in Maths. This is the scheme we follow at school for Maths and they have produced some online videos and support for children learning at home. Please check the website to see whether there are useful resources for what your child is learning in Maths each week. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Friday 20th March

 

Maths

WALT:  Subtracting Fractions.

1. Wizard warm up- complete questions 1-10 from Skills Check Sheet 53.1 (SHEET 1)

2. Complete page 2 and 3 from sheet in resources below.

Write out the question and the answer in your home learning book. Remember to convert fractions so that they have the same denominator before you subtract. (See adding fractions video for reminder of this if needed)

 

English- See Thursday tasks below and check they are completed.

Thursday 19th March

 

Maths

Complete subtracting fractions worksheet PAGE 3 ONLY-  complete 10 QUESTIONS.

Use the same method as we used for adding fractions.

REMEMBER: Each fraction needs to have the same denominator so you will need to convert one fraction.

e.g.

9/10 - 1/5 = ?

Step 1- convert the 1/5 into tenths. Mutliply the denominator (5) by 2 to equal 10. Do the same to the numerator (1 x 2=2). Therefore 1/5=2/10.

Step 2- cross out and replace the 1/5 in the calculation with the equivalent of 2/10.

Step 3- now both fractions have the same denominator, you can subtract the fractions. 9/10 - 2/10 = 7/10.

 

English (Thurs and Friday)

Thursday:

1. Read The Jungle Book text from below in resources.

2. Answer the comprehension questions on the text.

3. If you can, watch the film The Jungle Book and make notes on the main characters.

Friday:

1. Invent at least three characters for your own story set in a rainforest. There will need to be at least two 'goodies' (maybe they can be friends?) and at least one 'baddie' who causes a problem in the story. These could be humans or animals. Your characters could be based on a story you already know e.g. The Jungle Book.

2. Draw each character. Surround with adjectives (describing words) which relate to their appearance and their personality.

3. Write one sentence about each character using a relative clause.

E.g. John, who was extremely tenacious, dashed through the dark, eerie forest.

 

Science

Investigate heating and cooling different materials (with adult supervision!)

  • Items you could investigate are: egg, chocolate, water, milk, candle wax..... what else could you find to test?
  • Plan your investigation- write an aim, prediction- what will happen if you heated or cooled each item? And draw a results table for noting your findings.
  • Take some photos are your investigation. Make sure you print them and stick them in your book if you can. Or email them to me to see your great experiment!
  • Decide if each reaction is reversible or irreversible and explain why using your knowledge of solid, liquid and gas.
  • Use the worksheet if you wish, or just write up in your own way in your book.

 

Wednesday 18th March

 

English/ Geography

1. Read for 15 minutes.

2. Ninja words to research- banish and contort.

3. Watch the video on longitude and latitude.

4. Complete longitude and latitude worksheet.

 

Maths

1. Watch the video from yesterday to remind you how to add fractions of different denominators.

2. Complete the worksheet. Write out the question and show your working out. If you can do 6 confidently, move onto the problem solving questions sheet (CHOOSE to do PAGE 2,3 OR 4 from challenge questions).

If you are still finding the adding process tricky, complete 12 questions on the 1st sheet only.

 

Computing

Research semaphore coding and how it is used.

Write some coded words/ messages using semaphore for an adult/sibling to decipher.

Tuesday 17th March

Maths

1. Arithmetic test sheet- complete all questions.

2. Click on the link to watch the video for adding fractions with different denominators. Remember: You need to convert one fraction so that is has the same denominator as the other before they can be added together.

E.g. 1/2 + 1/10 

  • You need to convert 1/2 into tenths by multiplying the denominator and numerator by 5.
  • Therefore the equivalent would be 5/10.
  • Replace the 1/2 with the equivalent of 5/10. Now the calculation becomes 5/10 + 1/10 = 6/10

3. Complete the questions on the last slide. Copy out the question and show working out.

4. Complete section B from text book page- see photo.

 

English

1. Write a newspaper article about an event. Ensure you use all the main features of a newspaper (headline, columns, direct & reported speech, picture & caption, paragraphs, past tense, third person).

 

Homework

English- Grammar test.

Maths- Fraction Sheet Page 2 and 3 ONLY.

Answers are included in order for parents to mark work.

 

Science

1. Research the life cycle of a frog, rabbit, bird, and reptile of your choice.

2. Draw out each life cycle onto a piece of paper and describe each stage.

3. Complete butterfly reading comprehension- Read page 1 and complete questions on page 2 ONLY.

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