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Year 5 learning from home

Hi Year 5,

 

This is a little message from Miss Murray.  I hope you are all enjoying your time spent with your family and I am missing you all!

 

This is the year 5 home learning page. I will upload and set daily tasks for you(this week) to complete in your reading record or home learning books. If you need extra support to complete any activity make sure you ask an adult, your parents or your siblings to help you.

 

Remember to keep active: 

PE - try 'PE with Joe Wicks'... can you complete his work out every day this week? Remember exercise is good for the body and mind!

 

TTRS 

Remember to keep on playing TTRS and keep checking the web-page on the school website called TTRS.  You can check the latest results, league positions and the next fixtures.  It's now the semi-finals and losers play offs, so give your all and score points for your class.  

 

TTRS RESULTS

 

Remember to keep playing!

Make sure you check the website everyday!

 

 

 

 

Monday 30th  March 2020

Firstly, I would like you to read a book of your choice.

Task

1. Think and write down five questions you would like to ask one of the characters.  Then write the answers as if you were that character.

2. Write your own blurb for the book you have read. 

3. Deisgn a cover for the book you  have read.

 

For your second task of the day I would like you to complete an activity of your choice from the Daily 10 maths challenge. You must spend 10 minutes to complete the activity. Here is the link for you to access the website.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

 

Your Third task is to write a few acrostic poems for a topic of your choice.  Remember to come up with a list of adjectives for each letter.   Acrostics are simple poems whereby each letter of a word or phrase begins a new line in the poem.  Write the letters for your topic vertically down the page.

Example:

 

Finally, I would like you to complete the following maths puzzle.  How many ways can you make 200?  Are there more than 2 ways?  I will share some of the answers tomorrow.  Have fun!

 

 

Have a lovely day!

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Reading

Read a book of your choice. 

Task

Choose five words in your book that you are unfamiliar with.  Find the meaning of the words and use the words in a sentence.

 

Writing

I would like you to write a creative story from the image below.  Think about who...?  what..? where....?  when.....?  and why...?  Write the story in your books.  I look forward to reading your story!

Maths

Here is a maths problem.  Can you complete the task?

A reminder:  A prime number is  a whole number with exactly two factors, itself and 1.  

Number 5 is a prime number because it cannot be divided evenly by any other numbers except for 5 and 1.

 

 

Science - Properties of materials

Look around your house.  What objects can you find? What are the types of materials that they are made of? What are the properties of the material?  Draw a mind map of the different materials you find.  Draw and label the objects.  

Vocabulary

flexible

hard

insoluble

permeable

transparent

opaque

 

 

 

  Yesterday's maths puzzle

 

Here are the answers.  How did you do?

 

1 9              2 8              2 9              3 5                4 1               4 2

7 2              6 3              5 3              7 4                9 5               8 5

 

 

Wednesday 1st April 2020

 

Reading 

For today's reading task, I would like you to use your inferring skills.  Making inference is all about looking closely at a picture and finding the clues.  Look at the picture below and answer the following questions: 

  • Why are all of these people on the boat?
  • What has happened?
  • How do they feel about it?
  • How did they manage to get so much onto the boat (including a house!)?
  • Where do you think this is? Why?
  • Why aren’t there any other boats?

 

Writing task

I would like you to write a creative story about the image below.  Questions to think about:

Who is the girl?

Where is the setting?

What is she feeling? 

Why is she so small?

How did she get inside the jar?

 

Remember to have an opening, build up, problem, resolution and ending!

Have fun writing!

 

Maths 

Can you complete today's maths puzzle?  When you think you have found the answers, make up your own puzzle.   

The answers will be given tomorrow.  Enjoy!

 

Here are the answers to yesterday's maths problem:

 

Multiples of 3:

12, 39, 45, 60, 78 

 

Multiples of 7:

7,  42, 63, 98, 105

 

Prime numbers:

5, 23, 67, 89, 401

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Reading

For today's reading task, I would like you to use your inferring skills.  Making inference is all about looking closely at a picture and finding the clues.  Look at the picture below and answer the following questions: 

  • How is the girl feeling? How do you know?
  • Why is she feeling that way?
  • Who is the man?
  • Where are they?
  • Does the title give you any clues about this image?
  • What are the characters thinking? Draw the picture and thought bubbles to accompany the picture.

 

 

 

Writing 

I would like you to write a creative story about the image below.  Questions to think about:

Who is the lady?

Where is the setting?

What is she doing sitting on the bench?  

Why is she invisible? Does she know that she is invisible?

How did she become invisible?

 

Remember to have an opening, build up, problem, resolution and ending!

Have fun writing!

 

 

 

Maths

Can you complete today's maths puzzle?  When you think you have found the answers, make up your own puzzle.   

The answers will be given tomorrow.  Enjoy!

 

 

Yesterday's maths puzzle answers

 

 

Friday 3rd April 2020

Reading 

Make inference about the picture below:

 

  • What is the dad doing?
  • Why is the girl standing behind him?
  • Why is she dragging a kite on the floor?
  • Has she said anything to him? Does he know she’s there?
  • How is she feeling? What is she thinking?
  • Do you think this has happened before? Why/why not?

 

 

 

Writing

Today I would like you to write instructions for the following picture below:

 

 

 

Maths 

Work out the maths problem below:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yesterday's maths problem answer:
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