Year 5 Home Learning 11.11.2020

Good morning Year 5!

Here are some activities that you can complete at home today:

This week we are celebrating Maths Week! Everyday we will be completing a challenge.

Click here to complete today’s challenge.



We have set you several activities on Purple Mash based on our learning so far for you to be completing at home.

Complete  the 2Do’s:

  1. Can you identify common factors, common multiples and prime numbers.?
  2. Can you select the most appropriate division statement for each array?


Remember to keep practising your times tables too – Multiplication 2Do



Today is an important day is History, it is Remembrance Day. It is a time when we remember all those who have fought and died in wars. Remembrance Day is on the 11th November each year as this is the anniversary of when World War 1 ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918.

Read through the information on Purple Mash. Use the ‘more’ button to find out some additional information and create an information text to explain what happens during Remembrance Day and why.

You can use the blank template on Purple Mash, or if you prefer, you can type your own or create your own piece to work to photograph and email this to Miss Castell or Mrs Samways.



Use this sheet to practise your spellings words – Can you put your spelling words into alphabetical order?


  1. communicate
  2. exaggerate
  3. sufficient
  4. marvellous
  5. attached
  6. immediate
  7. aggressive
  8. occupy
  9. according
  10. opportunity



Many soldiers wear their medals on Remembrance Day. Some families wear their relative’s medals to remember their acts of bravery. Can you design a medal for Remembrance Day?

This has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash for you so we will be able to see what you have completed and give you some feedback.

The Royal British Legion have  produced this video about the 2-minute silence



Any work you have completed at home today can be sent to us to be marked. This can be typed work or a photograph. Either way, it will be great to see the work you are completing today.


Keep in touch and stay safe.

Mrs Samways and Miss Castell