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Year 5

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Please review this weeks remote learning work and learning offer for Year 5 children.

Weekly additional non negotiable activities include: 

  • BBC Supermovers

    Description: A number of activities and videos aimed at primary aged children, linking physical activity challenges with other subject area

    Key stages: key stage 1 and key stage 2

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    Remote Learning Y5: w/c Monday 8th March 2021

    Please click here or visit Class Dojo for details on our school's full re-opening arrangements from 8 March 2021

    English Maths Rapid Review Topic Reading

    Monday 8th March 2021

    Today in English, we are editing and revising our biography. Make sure you have you write it with you for this lesson.

    Here is the link to today's video:https://vimeo.com/517532097 

    Click here for the vocab mat

    Click here for more help on fronted adverbials and using conjunctions

     

    This week's spellings are these 10 common exception words: 

    ancient
    communicate
    disastrous
    excellent
    frequently
    interrupt
    muscle
    nuisance
    profession
    suggest

    You can log onto your ReadiWriter account to practise these here https://login.readiwriter.com/ . Click on the 'show' button to see the correct definitions in 'word facts'. Complete some of the spelling games on 'practise' and 'explore' to practise your spellings for Friday's spelling test

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    In Maths, we are continuing with comparing fractions.

    Here is the link for today’s video: 1321 on Vimeo

    Click here for today’s task.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes.

    1. 45 x 4=
    2. ¼ of 100=
    3. 7320 – 389=
    4. ? = 2346 + 10,938=
    5. Subtract 13 from 5.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Today’s Netball skills will be demonstrated through the link provided. You will notice that Laura is using a netball but any ball will be fine. If you don’t have a ball in your house, you could use a pair of socks rolled up or any other piece of equipment similar to a ball.  

    Skill 1: Testing proprioception- see how many you can do in 60 seconds. 

    Skill 2: Testing skills- see how many you can do in 60 seconds. 

    Skill 3: Core HIIT- see how many you can do in 60 seconds. 

    #TakeNetballHome with Gilbert | Laura Malcolm Home Workout click here to review 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Today in Guided Reading, we are reading chapter 3 of Dr Dolittle and answering some fact retrieval questions. If you have the book with you, try and do some choral reading with me in the video but don't worry if you can't! 

    Here is the link to today's video: GR 1321 on Vimeo 

    Here is the link to the book: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/501/501-h/501-h.htm 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    English Maths Rapid Review Topic Reading
    Tuesday 

    In English, we are writing our final piece. Remember, you must make sure you include any edits you have made and your revised sentences. Write it in your neatest handwriting. 

    Click here for the labelled final piece.

     

    In SPaG, we are looking at tense. We are looking at present perfect and past progressive. The present perfect tense describes an action that began in the past despite  being a present tense. Although the action being described began in the past, it is still continuing into the present. The past progressive tense is used to describe an ongoing activity in the past.

    Click here for the information sheet.

    Click here for the task and task instructions.

    Use this link to the online dice: https://nrich.maths.org/6717 

    In Maths, we are continuing to compare fractions with different denominators.

    Here is the link for today’s video: 2321 on Vimeo

    Click here for today’s task.

    Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes. 

    1. Write an equivalent fraction for 2/5
    2. What is 0.5 as a fraction?
    3. ? = 486 ÷ 9
    4. 2088 + 10,293=
    5. Find the difference between -24 and 193.

    Geography live lesson at 11am.

    Your first task it to write comparative statements about the cities. 

    Click here for an example of how to write comparative sentences

    Your second task it to complete the bar charts using the data in the table.

    Click here for the task.

    Click here for the bar graphs and table to use in both of the tasks

     

    Final task: 

    True or false?

    The bigger the city in size (km2) the higher the population.

    In guided reading, we are looking at words in context in Chapter 3. 

    Here is the link to today's video: https://vimeo.com/517755717/96e3e2ac19 

    Click here for your task

    Click here for the extracts

    Here is the link to the book: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/501/501-h/501-h.htm 

     

    Wednesday 

    WELLBEING WEDNESDAY! 

     

    Wellbeing is the state of being happy, healthy, or successful. Learning has been shown to have a number of benefits to our sense of wellbeing. Setting goals, which is linked to learning, has also been shown to increase our sense of wellbeing. Look at the information attached and complete the our ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ activity!

    Click here for the activity and examples.

     

    In English today, we are focusing on past progressive and present perfect tense. 

    Here is the link to today's video: https://vimeo.com/518616827

    Click here for today's task

    In Maths, we are starting to look at ordering fractions. This could be from smallest to largest or from largest to smallest.

    Here is the link for today’s video: 3321 Maths on Vimeo

    Click here for today’s task.

    Click here for an alternative task.

    Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes. 

    1. 70 x 30=
    2. 543 divided by 3=
    3. Which fraction is greater... 3/5 or 2/4?
    4. Half of 196
    5. 8432 subtract 394.

    In Science, we are exploring the reproduction of a flowering plant.

    Here is the link to the video: 4.3.21 on Vimeo

    Click here for the Frayer model template and the task example. You can draw the Frayer model out and draw out your lifecycle of a flowering plant.

    Task 1: Frayer model

    Task 2: Lifecycle of a flowering plant

    Task 3: Answer the following questions: 

    1. In which part of the life cycle does sexual reproduction happen?

    2. Which part of the life cycle do you think is the most important and why?

    This is the link to the video you will need: What are the stages of a plant's life cycle? - BBC Bitesize

    In guided reading, we are continuing to look at words in context in Chapter 3. Today is your independent task.

    Click here for your task 

    Click here for the extract

    Make sure you read Chapter 4 as well before we start Chapter 5 next week!

    Thursday

    World Book Day activity!

    Throughout the day, we will be doing lots of activities for World Book Day. We will be looking at villains in books, exploring how they’re described, looking at what they do that makes them a villain and even making up our own villains!

    Firstly, we are looking at villains that we may know from books and how they might be described. Look at the information sheet attached and see if you can come up with your own scenarios for the adjectives that might be used to describe a villain.

    Click here for the villain information sheet and tasks.

    World Book Day activity!

    Watch the video to help explain today's task: 4321 on Vimeo

    The first villain we are going to look at is Count Olaf from ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events.’ Read the following extract of where he is first introduced in the book. Click here for the extract.

    Task 1: Identify and write down all the adjectives that are used to describe this villain.

    Task 2: Create a story board showing what has happened to the villain to make them villainess and show 2 actions that the villain has done since being mean. For example, Cruella de Vil might capture all of the Dalmatians in her town.

    Click here for an example of task 2 (story board).

    Task 3: Create a top trumps card for this villain.

    Click here for an example of task 3 (top trumps).

    World Book Day activity!

    The second villain we are going to look at is Miss Trunchbull from ‘Matilda'. Read the following extract about Miss Trunchbull. Click here for the extract.

    Complete the same tasks that you completed earlier for the first villain.

    The explanations and examples are to the left.

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    World Book Day activity!

    The next villain we are going to look at is The White Witch from ‘The Lion, The Witch and The wardrobe'. Read the following extract about The White Witch. Click here for the extract.

    Complete the same tasks that you completed earlier for the other villains.

    The explanations and examples are to the left.

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    The next villain we are going to look at is The Other Mother from ‘Coraline'. Read the following extract about The Other Mother. Click here for the extract.

    Complete the same tasks that you completed earlier for the other villains.

    The explanations and examples are to the left.

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    World Book Day activity!

     

    Final activity: We are now going to compare the villains! Use your top trump cards and your knowledge of each villain to answer the following questions:

    1. Who would win in a fight out of Count Olaf and Miss Trunchbull? Why?
    2. If there was a quiz in the desert, who would win out of The White Witch and The Other Mother? Why?
    3. Who would win an arm wrestle out of The Other Mother and Miss Trunchbull? Why?
    4. If there was a running race between The Other Mother and The White Witch, who would win? Why?
    Friday 

    Today in English, we are doing sentence of the day with a focus on word classes.

    Here is the link to today's lesson:  https://vimeo.com/519006412

    5.3.21

    In Maths, we are continuing with ordering fractions.

    Here is the link for today’s video: 5.3.21 on Vimeo

    Click here for today’s task.

    Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes. 

    1. 322 x 9=
    2. Double 85
    3. ½ of 102
    4. 344 ÷ 4=
    5. Round 382 to the nearest 10 and 100.

    Post-learning quiz!

    This quiz will test your knowledge on concepts you learned yesterday, last week and even last month! The challenge is on!! You can pause the video after each question if you need more time to write down your answer. 

    Here is the link: Post-learning quiz 5321 on Vimeo

    Today in guided reading, we are doing some test practice on a text all about world book day!

    Click here for the text

    Click here for the questions

    Click here for the answers (no peeking!)

    Remote Learning Y5: w/c Monday 



    English

    Maths

    Rapid Review

    Topic

    Reading

    Monday 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

     

     

    Tuesday

     

    Today in English we are collecting events to write a biography on a significant person.  Please use the dates given in the fact file for birth and death (1300 BC and 1250 BC) and not the dates in the video as they are incorrect!

    Here is the link to the video: https://vimeo.com/515272652/522464793f 

    Click here for your task

    Click here for the fact file

    Click here for the glossary

     

    In SPaG, we are looking at parenthesis. Parenthesis can be used in our sentences to add extra detail.

    Click here for today’s information sheet.

    Your task for today is to write sentences using parenthesis. See if you can use a range of punctuation!

    click here for your task

     

     

    In Maths, we are continuing with equivalent fractions.

    Here is the link to today's lesson: Settings - Maths 23221 (vimeo.com)

    Click here for today’s task.

    Click here for an alternative version of today’s task.

     

    Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes.

    1. 450 ÷ 5=
    2. 43 x 3=
    3. 3 squared + 2 cubed=
    4. ? x 7= 210=
    5. 34,932 = 4000 + 2 + 30 + 900 + ?

     

     

     

    Today in History, we are looking at the role of women in the Shang Dynasty.

    Here is the link to today's lesson:  https://vimeo.com/515279449

    Here is the link to the video you need to watch: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z39j2hv/articles/zsr9gdm

    Click here for your task

     

     In guided reading, we are looking at how the author enhances meaning in Chapter 1 through his choices of words and phrases.

    Here is the link to today's video: https://vimeo.com/515250241/09bad765d7 

    Here is the link to Chapter 1: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/501/501-h/501-h.htm 

    Click here for today's task

    Click here for a glossary if you need some help with tricky words!

    Wednesday 

    In English today, we are doing another collect it. This time we are creating fictional events that could have happened during Lady Fu Hao's life. There are two videos for each task today so make sure you watch them both!

    Here is the link to the video for your first task:  https://vimeo.com/515698979/024b9df928

     Here is the the link to the video for your second task:  https://vimeo.com/515699102/443989c003

    Click here for your task

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    In Maths, we are continuing with equivalent fractions through shading in shapes. I would like you to draw the shapes out and then shade them in.

    Here is the link for today’s lesson: https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/515650790/bf6b1e16d6 

    Click here for today’s task.

    Click here for the steps to success.

     

     

     

    Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes.

    1. 743 x 21=
    2. 651 ÷ 3=
    3. Finish the sequence… 21, 28, ?, ?, ?
    4. 81 ÷ 9=
    5. 98,732 – 6783=

     

     

     

     

     

     Today in History we are learning about what the Shang people believed in.

    Here is the link to today's lesson: https://vimeo.com/515695587 

    Click here for your task

    Click here for the fact file

    Here is the link to the Bitesize video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z39j2hv/articles/zc6h2nb 

    Here is the link to the Ancient Maya people's beliefs for the extension task: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zq6svcw/articles/z2gkk2p 

    Today in guided reading, we are continuing with Chapter 1 and looking at how meaning is enhanced through choices of words and phrases.

    Here is the link for today's lesson: https://vimeo.com/515657929

    Click here for the task

    Here is the link to the book: http://www.gutenberg.org/files/501/501-h/501-h.htm 

    Thursday 

     

    In English, we are going to plan our biography using both of our collect its from Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Before we start our plan it, watch this video here that is the second video from yesterday. This will help you with the dates.  https://vimeo.com/515699102/443989c003

    Here is the link to today's video: https://vimeo.com/516131521/39657f10de 

    Click here for today's task

    Click here for the vocab mat

     

    In SPaG, we are continuing with parenthesis and using our knowledge from the previous lessons to help us work out the answers to the following questions.

    Click here for today’s task.

    Click here for the mark scheme (answers). You can use this to check your answers.

    In Maths, we are continuing with equivalent fractions. We are going to use our knowledge from the previous lessons to help us with working out today’s questions.

    Here is the link for today’s lesson: https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/516119100/5422b1664d

    Click here for today’s task.

    Click here for the mark scheme (answers). You can use this to check your answers but no peeking before you do the challenge!

     Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes.

    1. 67 x 10=
    2. 342 ÷ 3=
    3. ½ of 320
    4. 8731 – 234=
    5. Three hundred and seventy-two + nine thousand and four=

     

     

     

    Live lesson at 11am. Get yourself a pen/ pencil and a piece of paper at the ready.

    Click here for the task.

    When you have completed the task, don't forget to answer the two questions of what is similar about the two life cycles and what is different about the two life cycles? 

    Click here for the insect life cycle information.

    Here is the link you will need: How do humans change during their lifetime? - BBC Bitesize

     In guided reading, we are doing some test practice on a text about recycling.

    Click here for the text and the questions

    Click here for the answers. Don't peak until you've answered the questions!

    Friday

     

    In English, we are onto our 'write it'. We will use our plan from yesterday, our vocab mat and an annotated version of the WAGOLL to help us write our biography.

    Here is the link to today's video: https://vimeo.com/516193368 

    Click here for the vocab mat

    Click here for the annotated version of the WAGOLL

    Spelling test: You need to test yourselves on this week's spelling rule. Get a pen and pencil ready. Here is the link to the spelling video: Spelling test 26.1.21 on Vimeo

     

    In Maths, we are looking at comparing fractions.

    Here is the link for today’s lesson: Maths 26.2.21 on Vimeo

    Click here for today’s task.

    Click here for the alternative task.

    Click here for the steps to success.

     

     

     Here is your rapid review for today. Time how long it takes you to complete the questions. Try and get them completed within 5 minutes.

    1. Round 469 to the nearest 100
    2. Find the difference between -13 and 21
    3. 43 – 3.1=
    4. 40 x 30=
    5. 2/5 + 1/5=

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Post-learning quiz!

    This quiz will test your knowledge on concepts you learned yesterday, last week and even last month! The challenge is on!!

    Here is the link: Post-learning 26221 on Vimeo

     

     Today in guided reading, we are doing some test practice on a text about female engineers. 

    Click here for the text

    Click here for the questions

    Click here for the answers- don't peak until you've answered the questions!

     

    Today is P.E. day! I have attached a link to Joe Wicks and one of his P.E. with Joe sessions from last year’s lockdown. Complete this session and send me any pictures or videos from it! Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFKf4X0pyKs