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The Learning Project documents below, contain an outline of the activities your child is expected to do while at home. There are copies of worksheets that are suitable for the majority of children in Year 5. You do not need to print off the worksheets if you don't want to, you can simply answwr questions in your excersise books provided. If you feel your child would not be able to access these please contact me via my email and I will recommend alternative provision.

For more online education resources to help your child learn at home please visit:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources

Many thanks for supporting you child's learning in these difficult times and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me by email  and I will reply as promptly as possible during school hours.

Thank You

Mrs Peake and Mrs Molyneux

Week 11 and 12 Home Learning Projects

Well Being Activities

English - Writing

Please complete the daily English lesson from BBC Bitesize. Lessons can be found here:

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English - Writing

In response to your comments we have changed some of our writing activities, from this week we will be using Talk for Writing. Over the next two weeks work through the activities in this booklet, alongside the above lessons.

English - Reading and Comprehension

Please complete one comprehension every 2 days. For some you will need to read the text then open up the next document to answer the questions.

10 Ways to Affect Climate Change

Biomes of North America

Giraffes

Monsterof South America

Varjak Paws

Please read a story and answer the questions on Reading Plus 3 times a week.

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Silly Summer Reading Challenge

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Watch Newsround and discuss what is happening in the wider world. Explore new vocabulary you find when reading.

Other books are also availiable on:

Love Reading 4 Kids - Free to sign up, lots of great books plus a children's zone with competitions.

Collins Big Cat - Login: parents@harpercollins.co.uk       Password:Parents20!

Open Library - Free sign up

Audible - Listen to stories free

Storyline Online - Listen to great stories read by different famous people

English - Grammar

Recognising Modal Verbs

Read through the PowerPoint then complete the varied fluency (VF) work, moving on to the application and reasoning (AR) work. As an extension you could do the homework (HW) sheets.

Using Modal Verbs

Read through the PowerPoint then complete the varied fluency (VF) work, moving on to the application and reasoning (AR) work. As an extension you could do the homework (HW) sheets.

Maths

Please complete the daily Maths lesson from BBC Bitesize. Lessons can be found here:

BBC Bitesize(15)

Maths - Skills

Please complete a slide a day.

You should play TT Rockstars daily.

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Geography

I would like you to please complete a project on Europe, see the knowledge organiser for essential information. This can be presented in any way you like, get creative or create a PowerPoint.

Possible research questions:

  • What are the countries in Europe?
  • Pick an Eastern European region:
    • What are the physical features?
    • How does it compare to here?
    • What is it's climate?
    • How does it compare to here?
    • How does the latitue influence the landscape and geography?
    • What is the human geography of the region?
    • How does it compare to here?

Some suggested activities:

  • Colour and label a map of the countries
  • Create a fact file on your Eastern European region
  • Do a comparative piece, looking at your chosen Eastern European region and the North West
  • Write a non-chronological report about your Eastern European region
  • Plan a holiday to your chosen Eastern European region

Compete the quiz to assess how much you have learnt.

Feel free to send me completed projects or photos of them via email.

Science

I would like you to please complete a project on Forces, see the knowledge organiser for essential information. This can be presented in any way you like, get creative or create a PowerPoint.

Possible research questions:

  • What are forces?
  • What is gravity?
  • Who helped develop the theory of gravity?
  • What is air resisitance?
  • Who is Galileo Galili?
  • What is gravity like on the moon?
  • What is water resitance?
  • What is friction?

Some suggested activities:

  • Draw the different forces acting on objects
  • Create a fact file about Issac Newton
  • Plan an investigation on: gravity, air resitance or water resistance. Carry it out and write up your findings
  • Research and identify levers, pulleys and gears
  • Design a crazy machine, using a mechanism, to do a simple task

Compete the quiz to assess how much you have learnt.

Feel free to send me completed projects or photos of them via email.

If you click on the link below you can visit Explorify which is free to sign up to and create an account.

Select Year 5-6 for age related activities. I would suggest you look at Living things and their habitats.

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Come and See

Read through the two Year 5 pages (p15 & 16) and choose an activity to complete at the end of each page.

Computing

Click on the picture link below to learn about computing.

 

Oak Academy - Extra Lessons

BBC Bitesize Daily - Extra Lessons

Classroom Secrets Kids

Home Learning Timetable

Mindfulness

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