Year 5 Homework

Week 12: 02 July 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 01 July 2020 by Miss Wilson

Hey Y5!
I hope you are all doing well and I can’t wait to see you all again at some point soon. Please keep sending me through your work and the stuff that you’re getting up to in your free time!
Today’s learning…
Maths – LO: calculating angles on a straight line
After attempting to use my Screencast and having it crash numerous times, I haven’t been able to record a video for today. Have a watch of this video on week 10, lesson 3   then have a go at these questions  and remember, all angles on a straight line add up to 180°.
 
Email me if you have any questions!
 
Reading – LO: retrieval
 
I’ve been on a Harry Potter hype at the moment, so I thought I’dd base today’s reading task on The Prisoner of Azkaban.
 
I’d like you to read this Harry Potter extract from The Prisoner of Azkaban and answer the accompanying questions.

Science – LO: evolution

Today, we’re throwing it back to our Y3/4 production Darwin Rocks!

Following on from yesterday’s learning, use this website to learn all about Charles Darwin and evolution.

You need to complete:

  • activity one
  • activity two
  • activity four (download it here)

As a bonus task, you could complete activity three.

Week 12: 01 July 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 30 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Maths – LO: measuring angles
 
Today’s lesson is slightly different than usual but I hope you enjoy it! It involves artwork from a Russian painter – Wassily Kadinsky.
Click here to start.
Reading – LO: fact or opinion
 
Today’s lesson is about a famous artist we explored back in our art topic in September! The famous artist we are going to be reading about today is: Milton Glaser.
 
Can you remember him?
Your task is to read this text about him and pick out or infer 10 pieces of information from it.
With your 10 pieces of information, you are to categorise them into either fact or opinion.
Here are two examples:
Fact: Milton Glaser was born in New York City, June 26 1929.
Opinion: Milton Glaser has produced some amazing pieces of artwork.
Remember, if you don’t know what any words/phrases in the text mean, find out!
Geography – LO: The Galápagos Islands
Today, we’re taking a trip and learning about the Galápagos Islands’ environment, location and animals!
Using this website, read the article, watch the videos and then complete both activities one and two.
As always, we’d love to see your postcards so send us an email!

Week 12: 30 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 29 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Tuesday, Y5!
Maths – LO: drawing lines
Click here for your video!
Reading – LO: retrieval
 
Today’s task is to use this version of FirstNews in order to have a go at this quiz! The quiz involves seven parts of retrieval style questions:
A) Words
B) Pictures
C) Person
D) Object
E) Place
F) Statistics

You need to use your scanning skills to quickly find either the key information or the pictures!

Today’s task should take you about 30/40 minutes.
The answers can be found in red below – don’t check them until you’ve given the quiz your best shot!
As always, send me an email if you need any help/have any questions!

Writing – LO: Romeo & Juliet

Today, we learn about William Shakespeare and one of his most famous plays.

Everyone must read the website, watch the videos and complete activity one.

Then, you must choose whether to complete activity two (a script) or activity three (a newspaper article).

Today’s task shouldn’t take you less than 45 minutes – it’s one to sink your teeth into 😀

Click here to begin.

Week 12: 29 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 28 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Monday, everyone!

If you haven’t already, check out our Moortown music video where we send you a very important message!

Maths – LO: measuring with a protractor

You know what to do! Click here for today’s video.
Reading – LO: word studies
 
Your task today is to complete eight word studies for words within this extract of ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’. Click here for the extract and here for your task!
Music – LO: pulse and rhythm
Today, we’re going to sing and clap to the pulse and rhythm of a variety of different musical examples.
Click here to begin.
Challenge
Film yourself clapping or singing to the rhythm of your own music and email it to us! It could even be your own music from an app like garage band.

26 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 25 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Happy Friday, everyone.

Hope you’ve all had a wonderful week and have managed to spend some time, safely, in the sun! I’m hoping this weather holds out so that I can have a barbecue this weekend!

Maths – LO: measuring with a protractor 

You know the drill, click here for today’s video.
Challenge
Reading  – LO: summarise a text
Today, we would like you to attempt the infamous ERM challenge! Your task is to read this text, and then summarise it without saying ERM!
Your options are:
to either summarise it to someone in your household whilst trying your best not saying ERM. Members of your household could also give it a go, too!
OR
If it is feasible, you could send a video to your teacher with your attempt(s)!
In books: summarise the text in 20, 10, 5 and 1 word!
Have fun!

Science – LO: Earth Squad

After the success of Defenders of Mathematica, I thought I’d do an investigation into what other games we could play.
Introducing Earth Squad! This game is similar to DoM but instead of maths, you must test your scientific knowledge of animals, plants and the human body as you explore some of the world’s most interesting habitats.
Your task is to reach at least level Ace on two habitats. Go for Pro if you like! Go for all three if you’re up for it!!
Send me a picture of your character and any special items you have accrued

25 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 24 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Maths – LO: measuring angles in degrees
Click here for today’s video! You know the drill…
Reading – LO: understand and draw a setting description
Click here for your task! We will be reading a setting description and seeing if we can draw it! There are challenges that lie within…
Spanish – LO: introducing yourself
 
Today, we return to learning Spanish and how to greet people, plus how to say your name and age.
 
Click here to begin.
Challenge
Draw a comic strip or write a play script for two people speaking in Spanish about their name, age, the alphabet and numbers to ten!

24 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 23 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Wednesday, Y5.
Today’s tasks are maths, reading and art.
Maths – LO: find perimeter and convert units
 
Your task today involves more work on converting units! I’d like you to follow the instructions on the lesson. Click here to start!
As always, send in a quick email to let me know how you did.

Reading – LO: retrieval
 
Reading page 1 and 2 of this week’s FirstNews, we’d like you to answer the following Kahoot by clicking here.
As always, send in a quick email to let me know how you did.
Art – LO: The Circle Challenge
 
How many circular objects can you think of? You will use your imagination and creativity to beat this challenge! 
Click here to start.
We would love to see your creative efforts – keep your eyes peeled for the best ones on class news!

23 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 22 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Maths – LO: converting units

Guardians of Mathmatica – lesson 2! Click here for the video! Answer the questions in your home learning book as we go along.

Reading – LO: FirstNews

Today’s task is to read FirstNews!

Send a quick email to show a fact or piece of information you’ve learnt.

Science – LO: animal kingdoms
 
I know how much you guys love learning about animals so click here to start today’s lesson about different animal kingdoms.
 Send a quick email to show a fact or piece of information you’ve learnt.

22 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 21 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Happy Monday, Y5!

Here are today’s tasks…

Maths – LO: converting units of time

Click here for today’s video!

Reading – LO: give a personal point of view

We would love to know what book you are reading at the minute! With that being said, your task today is to give a personal point of view about the book you are currently reading.

We would like you to tell us:

  • what the book is about
  • what has happened so far
  • your opinion of the book and why you have this opinion
  • is it comparable to any other books you’ve read/know about

When describing your opinion about the book, it’s really important that you give reasons for your point of view, too!

When giving your reasons, remember to use words such as: additionally, furthermore, moreover etc when making your points!

Good luck!

Spanish – LO: numbers
 
Click here to access today’s Spanish lesson where we learn about where Spanish is spoken in the world, the Spanish alphabet as well as numbers 1-10.
Grab your home learning books and a pluma o lápiz!

19 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 18 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

It’s Friday! I don’t know about you but for me this week has flown.
Thanks ever so much for continuing to send me your work – I hope my feedback is helping you to be even more awesome than you already are!

On to today’s learning…

Maths – LO: guardians of mathematica
 
Today, I would like you to watch this video and answer the questions as we go along – it’s a little different than usual!
 
Reading – LO: kahoot
 
Today, we would like you to read ‘Gaby to the Rescue’ from this paper (or this paper, if that one doesn’t work) and then complete the following kahoot!
The details for the kahoot are as follows:
https://kahoot.it/challenge/03360084?challenge-id=cdb4eff2-bbe6-4961-97bd-30d79ea1952b_1592468550018
Game Pin: 03360084
Good luck!

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