Here you will find Home School resources especially for Year 5, age 9-10 years.
Next week is 'half term' so here are some different types of activities for you to try.
Write your own rap/song around a theme of your choice. Use pots and pans for the music.
Build a den (inside or outside) that can fit at least two people in.
Have an upside-down meals day (breakfast for lunch etc).
Make a fitness routine and put your family through their paces.
Sketch something in your house/garden or create a sculpture.
Please click on the link below to find out more about the
Year 5 and 6 Challenge.
Computing This week, using the BBC Bitesize lessons, you will have learned about algorithms and debugging. On Purple Mash, have a go at the debugging game, I look forward to seeing that you managed to do.
How can one person make a big difference? What is VE Day?
Please go to the Special Picture News for Captain Tom Moore's 100th Birthday.
The question is ... How can one person make a big difference?
Maths This week's Bitesize lessons have featured negative numbers and multi-step problems, which involve estimating. To make sure you keep on top of other maths skills, please log on to White Rose by clicking on their maths badge opposite to find 'Home learning summer term week 1', and complete the decimals lessons and activity booklet. On Friday, there is a maths challenge on this link too!
Science: On Purple Mash there is a writing task, all linked to the Moon. This will use your science knowledge and your writing skills. You may want to include pictures too. Click on the Purple Mash symbol to go straight to the site.
Geography: The BBC lesson was on settlements, following that make a poster which shows the comparison between the place you live and a contrasting settlement. For example: I live in a village which is rural, so I may choose the capital city of Tokyo, which is urban, to compare it to.
contrasting : to compare in order to show unlikeness or differences.
urban: having characteristics of a town or city
rural: in the countryside
Remember to visit the class blog on Purple Mash to let us know what you have been doing this week, also to send your pictures to the sharing page e mail them to
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