Happy Monday Year 5!
We hope you all had a restful weekend and are ready for another great week of learning.
All of your work for today has been set for you on Google Classroom for you today.
You have a task to complete for Spellings, Reading, Maths, English and PHSE. There is also a link to listen to an extract of a book read by its author at the end of your school day!
We have also set these tasks on Purple Mash, just in case you have difficulties in accessing Google Classroom.
Mrs Samways and Miss Castell
Here’s a little something to get your brain warmed up this morning! How many of these challenges can you complete today?
All of your spellings this week are called statutory spellings. They are spellings that you find tricky to remember and you just have to learn them as whole words!
experiment, knowledge, ordinary, separate, various, extreme, increase, guard, although, heart
Task 1: Complete the spelling task by writing a sentence for each spelling word to show its meaning.
Today we are going to learn all about fractions this week– what they are and using them to solve some maths problems!
Choose a level and an area of maths (addition, multiplication etc) each day and see how many questions you can answer correctly today?
Task 2: Watch this video: https://vimeo.com/498327271
Complete the questions about identifying and naming fractions.
We are going to read Chapter 5 of ‘The Haunting of Rose Cottage’ and complete the online multiple choice quiz afterwards on Purple Mash.
We are going to continue our unit of work based on the book called ‘The Viewer’ this week. We are continuing to use the Oak Academy to help us teach you this unit.
Task 1: Watch this video first focused around generating powerful vocabulary and it will ask you to complete some tasks throughout the video:
Task 2: complete the task, based on your ideas from the video.
Can you identify your 3 best coping strategies in different environments? What can you do to calm yourself down?
Can you complete this task, thinking about explaining the best ways you find to calm down?
Listen to an extract from the book called ‘Murder Most Unladylike’, read aloud by the author Robin Stevens.
Hope you enjoy it!