Here are some activities for you to complete at home today.
Here’s a little something to get your brain warmed up this morning!
You are focusing on the prefixes in-, im-, ir- and il- this week. How do the prefixes change the meaning of the root word?
inactive, inaccurate, incapable, immature, impolite, impatient, irregular, irresponsible, illegal , illegible
Group 2 and 3:
This week you are focusing on words that have silent letters in them.
island, knight, solemn, sword, wrestle, knock, answer, honest, knowledge, rhythm, knew
Write each word in your spelling list using 2 different colours. Write the consonants in one colour and the vowels in another colour.
Task 1: Can you complete the number sequences?
Task 2: We are using some of the lessons produced by BBC Bitesize this week as a revision of some of the learning we have covered so far in Year 5. Today we would like you to complete a lesson about prime and square numbers: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvv6t39
There are 3 videos to watch first and then 1 interactive activity to do , then a worksheet to do.
Here is the worksheet:
We would like you to answer the following questions about Chapter 4.
Task 1: Complete the 3 activities focused on using the correct nouns and pronouns.
Task 2: Now that you have seen Ted react in a range of situations, can you write a character profile about him? Complete this task on Purple Mash.
- His appearance
- His ambitons
- His personality
- His strengths
- His weaknesses
- Use evidence from the story to support your opinions
There are three main mountain ranges in the Americas: The Andes in South America, and the Rockies and Appalachians in North America.
Choose at least 1 of the mountain ranges and create a fact file or a poster about it.
- geographical location
- key features
- a star fact
You can do some exercise with The Body Coach.
How many of these challenges can you complete today? Let us know!
Keep in touch – remember any work you have completed can be emailed to us to be marked. This can be typed work or a photo.
Mrs Samways and Miss Castell