Year 5 Online Learning 20.04.20

Happy Monday and Summer Term Year 5!

We hope you all had a very restful and safe Easter break! We are going to continue setting tasks for you each day on our class web page as well as additional task on Purple Mash and Mathletics.

Here are some activities for you to complete at home today.

 

Spellings:

Group 1:

measure, treasure, enclosure, capture, picture, adventure, fracture, mixture, teacher, richer, stretcher

Group 2 and 3:

gently, simply, easily, happily, frantically, dramatically, angrily, frequently, immediately, abrasively

Use this sheet to write the word in a sentence, to show its meaning.  Spellings – write in a sentence

 

Maths:

Task 1: Can you complete this brainteaser, and work out the value of each animal in the grid? Mon Brainteaser

Task 2: You are going to continue to learn about decimal numbers this week.   White Rose Maths have put together a great home learning pack on this which can be accessed through this link:

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

We would like you to complete lesson 1 for Summer Term Week 1 –adding decimals within 1. Watch the clip about this learning then answer the questions in the activity section.

The answers are also available so you can check your work once you have completed it – no peeking before you have completed the questions!

 

Reading:

You are going to continue reading ‘How to Catch a Beast’ and today, we would like you to read chapter 3 and complete the multiple choice quiz afterwards.

Remember to look at the underlined words as you read the text. These are words you may be unfamiliar with and if you hover over the word, it will tell you its meaning.

 

English:

Task 1: can you solve the anagrams to reveal the name of different animals? Mon anagrams

Task 2:

You are going to read a text focused on butterflies tomorrow. Your task today is to create own poem about a butterfly in preparation for tomorrow.

Your poem could use rhyme, description in the form of expanded noun phrases or similes or use alliteration.

The layout of your poem is up to you – it could be in verses or be an acrostic poem. Let your creative juices run free!

Look at some of these examples to get you started. Poem examples

PSHE:

Can you think why you are an amazing person? Complete this sheet with your reasons. Why am I amazing

French:

First, practise your pronunciation of different colours in French. Then, unscramble the anagram of the colour in French and colour the splat in the correct colour. French Colours

Keeping Active:  

Make sure you take regular work breaks! Join in with the body Coach – P.E. with Joe at 9 a.m.

Or can you complete this challenge? How many times can you knock down the target in the ‘Sock Throw Challenge’

Something fun!

Linked to the text you reading for English tomorrow, can you make paper butterfly?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=phY05EEJXJM

 

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

Ruth.Samways@parkside.herts.sch.uk

Edurne.Castell@parkside.herts.sch.uk