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Year 5

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    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 25th January 2021



    English

    Maths

    Rapid Review

    Topic

    Reading

     

    Monday

    25th January

     

     

     

    Within English, we are editing and revising our work. Click here for today’s video. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/503077106/cb1a972507

    Here is the link to the video mentioned in the lesson. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zsrt4qt 

    Click here for the steps to success.

     

     

    This week's spelling list is +ious. 

    You can log onto your ReadiWriter account to practice 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 practice your spellings for Friday's spelling test.

     

     

     

    Within Maths, we are starting our new topic of division. In today’s lesson, we are looking at the different vocabulary around division and exploring their definitions. Click here for the lesson video. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/502628894/3791d83d63 

     The BBC Bitesize link can be found here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zqbg87h/articles/z9jxhv4 

    Click here for the worksheet.

     

     

     

    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.

    This week, we are focusing on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. Watch the following video which shows the method to use and complete the following questions. 

    Click here for the video. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/502138624/4209da181e 

    Click here for the examples from the video.

    1. 9 ÷ 100 =
    2. 4.6 x 1000 =
    3. 70 ÷ 1000 =
    4. 0.37 x 10 =
    5. 0.012 x 100 =

     

     

    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=BDigyoBrHms 

    Today, we are looking at the vocabulary within and reading chapter 9. Click here for today’s video. 

    https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/502976211/cbc1314617 

    The link to Chapter 9 can be found here: http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/778/pg778.html

     

     

    Tuesday

    26th January 

     

    Today, we are completing our work on writing a newspaper report on a blizzard in China by writing our final piece.

    Remember to include all of your edits and revised and improved sentences and vocabulary that we have been working on this week.

    Feel free to use the writing frame that can be found here, don’t forget to add in a catchy headline!

    Within Grammar, we are looking at the different vocabulary we can use within a description.

    Have a look at the new words we will be learning this week, look at their definitions and images to match. See if you can write your own sentences using these words.

    Click here for the vocabulary.

    Click here for the task.

     

     

    Today, we are looking at using our known facts to divide. Click here for today’s lesson. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/503417618/93055b6a8c 

    Click here for today’s worksheet.

     

     

    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. 3.04 x 10 =
    2. 3.04 ÷ 100 =
    3. 50 ÷ 100 =
    4. 890 ÷ 1000 =
    5. 0.44 x 100 =

     

     

    Today, we are looking at developed a civilization the Shang was. Click here for the lesson. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/503463107/56fb9fe213 

    Here is the link for the video used within the lesson. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z39j2hv/articles/z98w4qt 

    For this lesson, you are going to use the fact files to explore which civilization was more developed.

    Click here for the fact files.

    Click here for the worksheet.

    Remember, you don’t need to print the worksheet! You can use the fact files to write our statements for which civilization you think is more developed in each area.

     

    Today, we are exploring how to order different events from chapter 9. Click here for today’s lesson. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/502983666/53af296537 

     

    The link to Chapter 9 can be found here: http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/778/pg778.html

     

    Wednesday 

    27th January 

     

    Today, we are starting our new writing piece. Click here for today’s video lesson. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/504424640/3d181cdb94 

    Click here for the worksheet.

    Here are the video links you’ll need within this lesson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBNd8LuGFLA 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIbplCn8-zs   and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZUMdnky11E 

     

    Today in grammar, we are looking at vocabulary to describe sounds. Have a read through the vocabulary and their definitions. Write your own sentences using each word.

     

    Click here for the vocabulary

    Click here for the task

     

    Today, we are beginning to look at different methods for division. The link to today’s lesson can be found here. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/504442824/65e2632b0b 

    Click here for today's worksheet. 

     Click here for the steps to success for chunking. 

    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. 9 ÷ 10 =
    2. 30 x 100 =
    3. 30 ÷ 100 =
    4. 0.45 x 10 =
    5. 2.3 ÷ 10 =

     

     

     

     

    Today, we are exploring when the Shang Dynasty occurred and what else was happening in the world during this time. Click here for today’s video lesson. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/502636174/d68ac36ad9 

    Click here for the worksheet.

    Click here for more information on the world events. 

    Remember, if, like me, you don't have a printer, you can draw this out yourself. 

     

     

    Today, we are using our knowledge of ordering events from this week.

    Click here for today’s independent task.

     The link to chapter 9 can be found here: http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/778/pg778.html 

     

    Thursday 

    21st January 

    Today, we are planning the speech and interview section of our newspaper report. You have been practicing speech all week within grammar and we need to use this knowledge today to help us plan out what our characters will say during their interviews. Your first task is to  think about the different interview questions that may have been asked.

    Thought shower how the two characters would answer these questions. What would each character say?

    Your second task is to take 2 or 3 of your ideas and write them out in full sentences as speech.

    Click here for a worksheet including the sentence starters.

    Click here for your ideas from today's lesson.

     

     

    Today in grammar, we are looking at the 'new speaker, new line' rule in direct speech.

    Watch the video in this link- Speech marks - KS2 English - BBC Bitesize

    Click here to see how we write direct speech that has more than one speaker.

    Your challenge today is to edit the paragraph so all the speech is direct speech, with a new speaker on each line. Click here for today's worksheet.

     

    Today, we are doing a post learning challenge to see what we can remember about our topic of multiplication.

    You MUST complete the worksheet first then watch the lesson video where we will go through the answer together and you can mark your own work.

    Click here for the worksheet.

    Click here for the answer video. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/501724802/53b7ae6fb4 

     

     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. Find the difference between -15 and 48.
    2. 67 x 3874 = 
    3. 8 cubed = 
    4. 38493 - 4843 =
    5. 3 x 5 x 30 =

     

    Today, we are looking at the different phases of the moon. Click here to watch today’s video lesson.  https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/502130226/dc8ad8d6bb 

    Here are the links to the videos used within today’s lesson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6MCtB752AE  (start watching at 1 minute 33 seconds) and https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z3jd7ty

    Click here for today’s worksheet.

     

     

     

     

    On Thursdays and Fridays we will be completing comprehension test style questions to consolidate all of our learning over the year. Click here for today’s comprehension.

    Click here for the answers so that you can self mark.

     

     

    Friday

    22nd January

    Today, we are using the plans from Wednesday and Thursday to write our newspaper report. Click here for today’s lesson. https://vimeo.com/cfat/review/502214684/59983c65a5 

    Click here for the Write it we completed in the lesson.

    Click here for the WAGOLL.

     

    You also need to test yourselves on this week's spelling rule 'icious'. You can do this on Readiwriter with the 'look, say, cover, write, check' game. 

    Here is the link:  https://login.readiwriter.com/

     

    In Maths, we are having a go at some division questions to see what we need to know when we move on to division next week.

    Have a go at the questions then use the mark scheme to mark your work.

    Don’t worry if you get some wrong, we will learn all of this in the upcoming weeks.

    Click here for the worksheet.

    Click here for the answers, only use these after you have tried to questions on your own.

    We will give an extra Dojo point to anyone who can spot the mistake on the answer sheet!

     

     

     

     

     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. 0.34 x 10 =
    2. 81 ÷ 9 =
    3. 473 x 26 =
    4. -18 + 12 =
    5. Which is greater? 8.34 or 8.043?

     

     

     

    Today, we are continuing in our learning of Judaism. First, Ping! Ping! Ping! any ideas that you can remember about Judaism from last lesson.

    For this lesson, look at the Jewish artefacts on the worksheet here. Using your knowledge so far, choose 5 items of your choice and write down what you think each would be used for.

    Next week, we will look at their uses within the Jewish faith.

     

    Reading for Pleasure

    This morning, take some time to read for pleasure. You can read anything you like, whether this be a magazine, book, newspaper, comic or even a cook book! Send in pictures of you reading your favourite thing and tell me something about what you have read. 

    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

     Remote Learning Y5: w/c Monday 7th December 2020

    Monday 7th December 2020

     

    Information / Instructions

    Worksheets

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    English

    Within English, we are starting our new writing piece. Mrs Marsh and Mr Worthington in Reception have told us that the children in their class don't understand about the seasons of Autumn and Winter. They want us to write and perform a poem about these seasons! Today, you need to draw a picture of a autumnal landscape and a wintery landscape and thought shower your ideas for what you can see, hear and touch around them. 

     

    Maths

    Within Maths, we are using our addition and subtraction knowledge to problem solve using number pyramids. Complete the pyramid attached starting from the top of the pyramid if you can!

    Click here for Monday's Maths. 

    Rapid Review

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

    1. 18 divided by 3 = 
    2. Round 27643 to the nearest 100.
    3. 22497 + 29478 = 
    4. 0.38 + 1.293 = 
    5. 4/5 + 1/5 = 

     

    Topic / PE

     Within PE, we are looking at how different music makes us feel and which movements we would use. Play your favourite song and choose 3 movements to represent your feelings when hearing that song. Pick another song that you know which is different to your original song. Again, choose 3 movements to represent your feelings when hearing that song. Upload a video of you dancing to your favourite song.

     

    Reading

    Within Reading, we are reading the second half of chapter 3. Have a look at the vocabulary you will come across in this chapter. Complete the retrieval questions once you have read the chapter. 

    Here is the link for the book. http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/778/pg778.html

    Click here for Monday's Reading.

     

     Tuesday 8th December 2020

     

    Information / Instructions

    Worksheets

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    English

    In English, we are reading the WAGOLL of a seasonal poem. Within this poem, there are 2 stanzas (paragraphs) that relate to Autumn, 1 stanza that relates to the transition from Autumn to Winter and 2 stanzas on Winter. Your job is to read it through and write 2 stars and a wish. The 2 stars are two things that you like about the poem and the wish is something that could be improved. 

    Click here for the WAGOLL

    Maths

    In Maths, we are exploring word problems that may include addition and subtraction.

    Step 1: Think about the key information within the question.

    Step 2: What is the question asking you to do? Do you need to add, subtract or do both?

    Step 3: Answer the question.

     Click here for Tuesday's Maths

    Rapid Review

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

    1. 18 x 6 =
    2. 9.23 + 0.09 =
    3. 238 x 43 =
    4. 1/2 + 5/6 =
    5. 90 x 30 =

    Topic / PE

    In PSHE, we are thinking about resilience and trying new things. Read the book online of 'The Koala Who Could' and think about 3 bits of advice you would give someone about being resilience and trying new things such as try hard, speak to a friend etc. 

     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VcdVsRfUbjk

    Reading

    In Reading, we are looking at giving examples from the text. Re-read the extracts attached and find examples from the given questions. You will need to find two examples for each question. You have been given the point within the questions now you need to find the evidence. Re-write the evidence in your neatest handwriting. 

    Click here for Tuesday's Guided Reading.

     

     

     Wednesday 9th December 2020

     

    Information / Instructions

    Worksheets

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    English

    In English, we are exploring rhyming couplets. Watch the video to understand what a rhyming couplet is. 

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjhhvcw/articles/zqjgrdm

    Look at the WAGOLL attached and see how that has using rhyming couplets. When you understand what a rhyming couplet is, have a go at creating your own such as  down/ frown,  ground/ around,  fall/crawl

    Click here for the WAGOLL

     

    Maths

    In Maths, use your knowledge from yesterday to explore the problems attached. The problems could include addition, subtraction or both. 

    Click here for Wednesday's Maths.

    Rapid Review

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

    1. Round 5798 to the nearest 10.
    2. 7 x 6 =
    3.6/12 + 4/12 =
    4. 2544 divided by 8 =
    5. 2.32 - 0.91 =

     

    Topic / PE

     In History, we are looking at the hierarchy of the Maya people.

    A hierarchy is a system in which members of a society are ranked/ordered  according to their status or authority. We use a hierarchy pyramid to order people, with the most important at the top and the least important at the bottom of the pyramid.

    Read through the Top Trump cards to see what each group of the Maya people were like. Think about how powerful they are and draw a hierarchy pyramid like the one on the worksheet and answer the questions underneath.

     

    Click here for the Top Trumps cards.

    Click here for the worksheet.

    Reading

    In Reading, look at the following extract and find two examples within the text. You have been given the point within the questions now you need to find the evidence. Re-write the evidence in your neatest handwriting. 

    Click here for Wednesday's Guided Reading

     

     Thursday 10th December 2020

     

    Information / Instructions

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    English

    Within English, we are planning our Autumn to Winter poem. Using the planning format cheat sheet and the planning format attached, write in your ideas for the poem. The first two stanzas are about Winter, the third about the change from Autumn to Winter and the last two stanzas are about Winter.

    Click here for the cheat sheet. 

    Click here for the planning format. 

    Maths

    Within Maths, we are looking at test style questions to allow us to apply our knowledge of addition and subtraction. Complete the following questions. 

    Click here for Thursday's Maths.

    Rapid Review

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

    1. Find the difference between -17 and 57
    2. 1/2 + 3/6 =
    3. 237 x 9 =
    4. 3.209 - 0.901 =
    5. 0.5 divided by 10 =

     

    Topic / PE

    In RE, we are looking at the 4th pillar - Sawm. What does it means to sacrifice? What is Ramadan? How do Muslims achieve this? 

    Click here for Friday's RE.

    Reading

    In Guided Reading, use 5 sentences to summarise what you have read in the book so far. Remember, summarising means to think about the main events that happen throughout the book. 

    Here is the link http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/778/pg778-images.html

     

     

     Friday 11th December 2020

     

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    English

     

    Maths

     

    Rapid Review

     

     

    Topic / PE

     

    Reading