Year 5 Home Learning 30.06.2020

We hope you had a lovely weekend!  Here are some activities for you to complete at home today:


Morning Challenge:

Here’s a little something to get your brain warmed up this morning!





island, knight, solemn, sword, wrestle, knock, answer, honest, knowledge, rhythm, knew


Group 2 and 3:

tomb, numb, subtle, doubt, thumb, crumb, limb, climb, plumber, debt


Which word in your spelling list is worth the most points? Use this sheet to find out.





Task 1: Can you compare these numbers up to 100,000? This is a Purple Mash 2Do for you today.


Task 2: You are going to continue learning about decimals, percentages and fractions.

Today you are going to focus on subtracting decimals with a different number of decimal places.


Watch the video using this link:


Complete the activity:

Subtracting-decimals-with-a-different-number-of-decimal-places Tues





You are going to continue reading the book called ‘The Lost Myth of Mathos’.

Today we would like you to read Chapter 6 and complete the online quiz.  This has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash for you.




Task 1: Can you find the answers to these grammar, spelling and punctuation questions?

Tues Starters

Task 2:

This week our English tasks are going to be focused around this short video, called ‘Catch It’.


Can you complete this sheet about collective nouns – have fun!


Collective Nouns Tues

Something fun!

We are going to set you another project for the week, focused around the theme of ‘the ocean’.

Have a go at creating a collage of the ocean. This can be on a piece of paper or 3D! You can paint, draw, use coloured paper; the possibilities are endless!

Here are some ideas:















Think about the animals that could be in the collage (link this to your research from last week), the types of plant life you may see in the ocean, using different shades and textures to create the patterns of the ocean!



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.


Stay safe.

Mrs Samways and Miss Castell