Pupils  »  Year 5

Homework

This week's homework, plus remember to practise times tables, spellings and read. You could also practise column addition and subtraction too. Have a lovely week!! Mrs Ward

Video link for this weeks homework:

https://vimeo.com/461352921
PE

PE this week will be on Monday and Wednesday (not Tuesday).

After half term, our PE days will be Tuesday and Friday

Unfortunately, we will not be going ahead with swimming lessons as we had originally hoped to do.
Homework

Here is a link to a video on Roman Numerals if anyone needs any extra support with Roman Numerals homework.

https://vimeo.com/460274137
Homework
Monday 28th September

Hello Everyone, 

Unfortunately we still haven't heard news from the swimming pool, so will continue with PE this week on Monday and Tuesday. Mr Keddie will take you for PE on Monday and Tuesday will be with me.

Mrs Ward
Monday 28th September

Hello Everyone, 

Unfortunately we still haven't heard news from the swimming pool, so will continue with PE this week on Monday and Tuesday. Mr Keddie will take you for PE on Monday and Tuesday will be with me.

Mrs Ward
Thursday 24th September

We wil, not be doing PE this Thursday, as everyone has already had 2 sessions. Please come to school in your uniform.
Week beginning Monday 21st September 2020

Please come in your PE kit again this week on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. The swimming baths have contacted us for extra information about our swimming group, so fingers crossed it will start soon. I will update you as soon as I have further information.

Thank you to everyone who emailed me homework last week. If you were unable to, then please let me know.
Reading Raffle

Your child will get a raffle ticket with their name on for each day that they have read at home. The raffle will be drawn on Friday and the winner will get a prize. Children will also move up the rainbow if they have read 3 or more times in a week. Please note that we will not write in your child's patch book, just check how many times they have read on Friday. We have a seperate record for your child's (different) reading book in school. Patch books MUST be in on Friday to receive raffle tickets for the draw so please remember to bring them to school (plus the reading book if it needs changing). It is okay to read other books at home as well as the school reading book, but try to finish the school book first (or at least read quite a bit if it's a longer book).

If you have any questions please email me laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk
Class 5 Information

Dear parents,

I will update you with information this year on this page about what we are learning, PE and homework etc. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me via email:

laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Swimming and PE
Unfortunately, the swimming baths are not yet ready to start swimming sessions, so we will not be starting next week. They are going to contact us with information, which I will share with you as soon as it is available. Until swimming starts, we will have 3 PE sessions a week, although your child may miss one of these for a catch up session in Maths or English with myself.

Please come to school in PE kit on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday next week.
PE kit includes:
  • black bottoms (shorts, leggings or tracksuit bottoms)
  • a white tshirt
  • a hoodie/sweatshirt (any) incase it is cool outside.
  • trainers that are suitable for an outdoor PE session
Spellings
The children have been given spellings today to learn for a test on Friday. They will then be given new spellings on Friday. Please learn these at home each week.

Reading books
We are giving children reading books this week to take home and a second book for reading in school with myself or Miss Easterby. Children will need to bring their patch book to school on Friday, so that we can see how much they have been reading at home. It is really important that children read at home regularly (a few pages almost every day) to maintain their fluency and comprehension skills, especially after having such a long time off school. If they need to change their home reading book, please bring this also and it will be changed.

Homework
Your child will bring a piece of maths homework home on Friday. I will also post a copy to our class page incase they lose it so that you can print one from home. When they have finished please take a picture of it and email it to me at:
laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk
If you have any problems, let me know as soon as possible.
Message Board

Hi Year 5. I have cleared all the old class 5 messages for you to use this message board. Remember that messages will not go on straight away. If parents w.ant to contact me, use my email address (laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk) to get a quicker response



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Duolingo

Well done Sakina for 275XP this week and Mason for 119XP. Here is a certificate for each of you for fantastic effort with this.

English

Now that we have finshed Holes, here are some links to some English activities that you can choose from for the rest of the week or for some extra homework for the holidays. Or you can do some work from your original packs if there is some left to do. There's also lots of links to other subjects on the second 2 links.

https://www.pobble365.com/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z63tt39/year-4-and-p5-lessons

https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-5
 
Tuesday 14th July
English

Finish Holes

What were your favourite/least favourite parts of the book and why?
Who were your favourite/least favourite characters and why?
Who would you recommend the book to and why?
What questions do you have about the plot/characters?

Why don't you watch the movie if you haven't already? You can watch for free on Disney Plus or rent it from Amazon for around £3.

What were the similarities/differences between the book and the film?
Monday 13th - Tuesday 14th July

English: Read Chapter 49 of Holes and complete the relative clause activity. Read the poster first to refresh your memory of how to use relative pronouns and relative clauses.

Sockfest

As we can't have sports day this year, we are going to take part in Sockfest in our school groups and you can also take part at home and email me your scores, so that we can have some winners. All the events just need you and a rolled up ball of socks (or 2 pairs rolled up together). Here are all the instructions you need to try each event at home.

Name the countries of Europe quiz

We played this in class today to practise our geography. At first children looked at a map of Europe to help and then tried to do it without. You can try to increase your speed and your percentage of countries named correctly.

https://online.seterra.com/en/vgp/3007
Monday 13th July - Friday 17th 2020
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 9 I will attach the worksheets below.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first to refresh your memory from Year 4 and what we have previously learned in Year 5.
 
Countries and continents part 2

Once you have done the quiz, use the world map to find where the countries are and label them on the blank world map.

Friday 10th July

Maths: Try some of the mental maths challenges on the cards.

Friday 10th July 2020
Read Chapter 48 of Holes
Catch up on any outstanding work
Countries and Continents quiz part 1

1. Recap on the names of the 7 continents 2. Use the continents table or draw your own to take the quiz. Look through the countries on the PowerPoint and put them in the correct box of which continent they are part of. You can check on the internet or I will post the answers with part 2 of the quiz, where you will find the countries on a map or have a guess first if you do well on the quiz.

Thursday 9th July

Read Chapter 47 of Holes. Complete the handwriting on the sheet or in your book and write some sentences using the words with the prefix over-. Ask someone at home to test you on the words.

Assembly

We watched this assembly by Ant and Dec today with Child Line, which is designed to help children if they have any worries about Coronovirus. Give it a watch at home, it had some very useful advice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qm0kccbZpYY
Art
In class we watched the following video about Michelangelo and then did our own ceiling paintings on our desk. Can you do one at home? You can draw any picture and colour in with pencils, pens or paint.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abW2kZ5_Eww
Wednesday 8th July 

English: Read Chapter 46 of Holes

Complete the following Pobble 365 activity based on the space topic:
https://pobble365.b-cdn.net/pdf-attachment/resource/attachment/272/272_Battle_with_the_storm_troopers.pdf
Well done Kwami and Sakina - you were the only ones who went on Duolingo this week and you got the same score so you are joint winners!!
Tuesday 7th July

Read Chapter 45 of Holes and use subordinate clauses at the start of a sentence using the sentences provided or your own about Holes. E.g. Kateherine Barlow was angry. After her true love was killed, Kate Barlow was angry. Try to use each subordinate conjunction at least once.

Monday 6th - Friday 10th July
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 8 (15th June) I will attach the worksheets below.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first to refresh your memory from Year 4 and what we have previously learned in Year 5.

If any questions are a bit tricky then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
Monday 6th July

Read Chapter 44 of Holes and complete the RIC questions (lots of retrieve today).

IMPORTANT UPDATE ON CONTINUED PHASED REOPENING

The phased return to school will continue on 29th June with Year 5 and Year 2 coming back to school where their families have expressed a wish to do so. School will open Monday to Thursday all day and Friday until lunch time. Parents should read the attached documents, both the general guidelines AND the specific details for the year group, very carefully so that the correct timings and entrances are used. **If you decide you no longer wish your child to return to school before September, please let school know as soon you can so we can try and accommodate any other families who do require a place.**

Phased return to school details

**It is important to remember that your child should NOT attend school if they or members of the family are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19-
  1. a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
  2. a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  3. a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal.
If you are requested by school to get your child tested if they have developed symptoms, this is not optional. The Trust will not allow any child back into school until the outcome of a test has been presented in school for us to see.
Friday 3rd July
Read Chapters 42-43 of Holes. There is no English work to do today as Chapter 43 is a little longer. Finish anything off that hasn't been completed though this week. There is also a lesson in maths today, not just a challenge. It is not from week 7 it is WEEK 10 LESSON 3. Also remember our TT Rock Stars battle with Y6.
Ellis's Holes story
Thursday 2nd July

English: Read Chapter 41-42 of Holes (you can start 42 and finish tomorrow if you wish). Then do the handwriting int your book neatly. Write some sentences using the words. Don't worry if they're not about Holes, but if they are then great. Finally ask an adult or sibling to give you a little test of the words.

We have a TT Rockstars battle with Y6. Everyone at home, make sure you play lots.
There will be certificates for the top players.
Good luck Y5!!
Wednesday 1st July

English: Read Chapter 40 of Holes, then complete the coordinating conjunctions activity

Duolingo weekly leader board:

1. Prince 170XP
2. Beatrice 149XP
3. Verity 74XP
4. Sakina 36XP

Well done you 4!! Prince and Beatrice, I've made you a certificate to download.
Tuesday 30th June

Read Chapter 39 of Holes and complete the RIC questions and short writing task

Monday 29th June

English: Read Chapter 38 of Holes and complete the RIC questions.

Monday 29th June - Friday 3rd July
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 7 (8th June), but instead of doing the challenge on Friday do Week 10 Lesson 3 instead (as we will not get to this before the summer holidays). I will attach the worksheets below as you can no longer download them from this week. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first to refresh your memory from Year 4 and what we have previously learned in Year 5.

If any questions are a bit tricky then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
Friday 26th June

English: Read Chapter 37 of Holes then practise the following handwriting/spellings. Ask someone at home if they will test you afterwards. Can you write some sentences (preferably about Holes) using the spelling words?

Thursday 25th June

English: Finish reading Chapter 36 of Holes if you haven't already and then complete the vocabulary task.

Prince's Holes Story
Grayson's Holes Story
Wednesday 24th June
English

Read Chapter 36 of Holes. It is a little longer than the others.
Finish any other English work e.g. your story or RIC from yesterday.

Thank you Grayson and Prince for your lovely stories about how Zig-Zag ended up at Camp Green Lake. I will attach them on here for people to read :-)
This weeks Duolingo winners:

1. Frankie 69 XP
2. Sakina 43 XP
3. Beatrice 30 XP
4. Mason 28 XP
5. Prince 13 XP

Well done to you 5 - keep practising!!
Tuesday 23rd June 2020

English: Read Chapter 35 of Holes and complete the RIC questions

Monday 22nd June 2020
English
WALT: Write a story 

Look at the plan you wrote on Friday. If you haven't already done this, you will need to complete your plan first. Then write up your story. Try to use:
  • Paragraphs for different events, times, places etc.
  • Fronted adverbials, plus other description to make your story exciting for the reader.
  • A range of punctuation including some speech and commas for clauses (e.g. ralative clauses) and commas after fronted adverbials.
  • At least 2 words from the year 5/6 spelling list.
  • At least 1 modal verb, e.g. might, should, could, may, shall etc.
Monday 22nd June - Friday 26th June
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 6 (1st June). I will attach the worksheets below as you can no longer download them from this week. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first, especially for lessons 1 and 2 as we have not learned this in class already. 

If any questions are a bit tricky then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
Friday 19th June 
English

In Chapter 6 we learned the story of how Stanley was arrested and sent to Camp Green Lake.
Choose another child at Camp with Stanley e.g. Zero, Zig-Zag, Armpit, Magnet etc. and make up a story of how they ended up at the camp.
Today you will write your plan:
  • What crime did they commit? 
  • Why?
  • Were they alone or with someone else?
  • How were they caught?
  • What had happened leading up to this etc?
  • Where did it happen?
  • When did it happen?
  • How long have they been at Camp Green Lake?
  • How long will they have to stay there?
Can you use any year 5 and 6 spelling words in sentences that you will add to your story when you write it on Monday?
year 5 and 6 spelling words
Thursday 18th June
English

Read Chapter 34 of Holes and make your own RIC questions.
If you email a picture of your questions, I can share them on here for others to have a go of :-)
Wednesday 17th June

English: Spellings. Practise the spellings using neat handwriting then ask an adult to test you on them when you have practised. Try to use as many as you can in your own sentences. If you can make them about Holes, then super!

Duolingo weekly points leader board:

1. Sakina  227XP
2. Verity  184XP
3. Kwami  53XP
4. Payton 25XP
5. Mason  24XP

Well done you 5!! :-)
Tuesday 16th June

English: Read Chapter 33 of Holes and answer the RIC Qs for Chapter 32 and 33.

Work Gallery
Monday 15th June 
English 

Read Chapter 32 of Holes and finish editing your diaries from last week.
Monday 15th June - Friday 19th June
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 5 (18th May). I will attach the worksheets below as you can no longer download them from this week. They are all about adding and subtracting fractions

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first.

If any questions are a bit tricky then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
Thursday 11th June - Friday 12th June

English: Sorry everyone - this should have posted this morning, but just realised it didn't. If anyone needs extra time now they can use Monday also and I will post something unrelated to Holes on Monday that you can leave if you haven't finished editing your writing.

Grayson's space word search

Can you find all the word's on Grayson's word search?

Duolingo

Well done to our only 2 players last week Verity, who scored 459XP and Sakina, who scored 397XP. I've made you a certificate to download for your continued hard work :-) Everyone else - let's get some points this week and join the weekly competition. I've attached the link to join the classroom in case anyone else wants to.

Mason's space word search

Mason has made a space word search. Can you find all his words?

Wednesday 10th June

English. Read Chapter 31 of Holes and complete the sentence activity.

Monday 8th June - Tuesday 9th June

Chapter 30 of Holes. Read the first half today (up to p135) and the second half tomorrow and complete the RIC questions each day.

Monday 8th June - Friday 12th June
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 4 (11th May). I will attach the worksheets below as you can no longer download them from this week.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first.

If any questions are a bit tricky then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
Space art video tutorials:
There are loads of video tutorials on YouTube to do with space. Here are some for you to choose from or you can pick your own. Remember to take a picture of your work on an adults phone/tablet and send to me at laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpERcdhbQxg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCEo6r5To-k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjnRYnSEuG4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dIU5v6Pn65Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7pGaAoEraY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bi3_aGBotlo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TB8q8_5oV8o


 
Space Timeline

Well done Payton for your artistic timeline.

Work Gallery

Thank you to Kane, Ellis, Brandon, Sakina, Ellie and Evie for some of the recent work you have sent. Here are some examples. Remember to send your work to laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk for me to see :-)

SPACE TOPIC

We are going to do a little topic about space travel and exploration after the recent launch of SpaceX. Maybe you could do some research into the history of space travel and make a timeline? I will keep adding links for extra activities. Have a look at these pictures that some of the key worker group did. They first painted some paper in mixed colours, but you could use felt tips or crayons instead if you prefer. Then they drew around different sized circles to make planets. Finally, they stuck them onto some black paper to look like space.

Friday 5th June

English: Read Newsround (see separate link) or the text about SpaceX (with RIC questions). Answer the RIC retrieve questions about the recent space launch.

Thursday 4th June

Read Chapter 29 of Holes. Practise the following spellings bypractising your handwriting, looking up the meanings of the words and using them in sentences of your own.

Duolingo top players from last week
There were only 3 players last week - maybe as it was the holidays. Hopefully we get more this week.

1. Kwami 164XP
2. Sakina 148XP
3. Shay 26XP

Well done you three!
Wednesday 3rd June

Here are the last of the recap questions for Holes so far.

Tuesday 2nd June

Read Chapter 28 of Holes, then answer as many of the recap questions as you can. You can look at the previous chapters and skim the text to find the answers.

Monday 1st June

Good morning everyone! We will be reading Holes again this week, but for the next couple of days we will have a recap from previous chapters. Here are today's questions.

Monday 1st June - Friday 5th June
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 3 (w/c 4th May). All the lessons are multiplication and division. You will need to scroll down the page to the pink bar with this date and week on.

Go to the website and work though Lessons 1 - 5 each day.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first and if anything says shade squares etc. just write the number in your book.

If any questions are a bit tricky (I know Q8 from Monday is) then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
 
Duolingo top players from last week (update sent yesterday)
This is not the total score, but your points for the week.

1. Sakina 768XP
2. Vertity 655XP
3. Kwami 352XP
4. Shay 177XP
5. Prince 104XP
6. Frankie 87XP
7. Ellis 58XP
8. Payton 55XP
9. Mason 52XP


Well done to everyone who has played this week :-)

I'll update you again next Tue or Wed with the winners for the week.
TT Rockstars Battle with Quartz class. Quartz are currently winning, but not by many points and there's not many of them joining in.

Come on Year 5!!!! 
Happy half term and bank holiday Monday!!

Payton asked for a music lesson, so here is a link that has lots of activities that you could choose from if you fancy doing something a little different over half term, or want some more maths and English. There's also a link to some Music Express lessons, so you can have a little explore on there (you just need to sign in as a teacher using the details they provide).

https://collins.co.uk/pages/support-learning-at-home
Friday 22nd May

Read Chapter 27 of Holes, then write sentences with place fronted adverbials about the book. You can use yesterday's spellings, the attached fronted adverbial mat, or think of your own. E.g. Inside the hole, Stanley caught a glimpse of something gold and shiny, so bent down to take a closer look. Underneath the fresh sandy rubble, was a gold tube with the letters KB inside a love heart.

Thursday 21st May

English: Handwriting and spelling practise. Ask someone at home to test you when you have practised. Can you use some of them in sentences?

Monday 18th May - Friday 22nd May
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 2 (w/c 27th April). All the lessons are about adding and subtracting decimals. You will need to scroll down the page to the pink bar with this date and week on.

Go to the website and work though Lessons 1 - 5 each day.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first and if anything says shade squares etc. just write the number in your book.

If any questions are a bit tricky then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
Wednesday 20th May

Read Chapters 25 and 26 again and order the following events. You may find it easier to colour events from Chapter 25 one colour and 26 another and do it in 2 parts. Write the sentences neatly in your book in order.

Collect from The Sixth Sunday of Easter

God our redeemer,

you have delivered us from the power of darkness

and brought us into the kingdom of your Son:

grant, that as by his death he has recalled us to life,

so by his continual presence in us he may raise us to eternal joy;

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever.

Reflection opportunity:
What brings you joy? How can you share this with other people that they feel joy also?

Monday 18th May

English: Here is this week's First News for you to look at. Today I would like you to either choose an article to write your own RIC questions in your book, or have a go at one of the reading comprehension tasks. You can try some of the other activities later in the week if you have time.

Tuesday 19th May

English: Read Holes Chapter 25 and complete the task. There are a couple of RIC questions and then you can design a persuasive advert for one of Sam, the onion man's products. Send a picture of your adverts to laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk. I've had some great pictures of the lake drawing before and after task I set last week sent so far :-)

Duolingo Leader Board (Top scorers this week) updated Friday 15th May.
On Tuesday, when I get the report from Duolingo, I will announce the top 5 players of the week but here are the top total scores so far

Kwami  959XP
Verity 460XP
Payton 393XP
Gracie  225XP
Mason 172XP
Grayson 102XP
Frankie 101XP
Prince  93XP
Ellis  86XP
Beatrice 30XP 

Well done to you all - keep up the practise :-)
French

Here are instructions to join the classroom. There's 8 of us in there so far. Click the link on the document and ask an adult to help you set up an account then we can have a little competition to see who can get the most points each week and I can see what you have done :-)

Friday 15th May

English: Sentence/writing task. Work through some of the tasks in this document. You can challenge yourself more by doing some writing about it, e.g. a story, newspaper, letter etc.

Monday 11th May - Friday 15th May
Maths


This week we will be working on the lessons from Summer Term Week 1 (w/c 20th April)

Go to the website and work though Lessons 1 - 5 each day.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Remember to watch the videos first and if anything says shade squares etc. just write the number in your book.

If any questions are a bit tricky then you can message me for help, or look at the answer sheet after having a good attempt. Don't worry if you need to leave the odd question out, but if you are finding it too difficult in general, then let me know and you could try the Year 4 work instead, especially if you usually do Mild in class.
Thursday 14th May

English: Read Chapter 24 of Holes and complete the vocabulary task.

Wednesday 13th May 
English


Read Chapter 23 of Holes.

Draw and label a picture of Green Lake 110 years ago and a picture of Green Lake today (you can look back at previous chapters to get extra details).
Art Project: Line Making

Read through the PowerPoint and have a go at the activities. All you need is a pencil and some paper to practise the different types of lines and then use them in a piece of art work. You can do this throughout the week and send me a picture of your completed work when it's finished to laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Tuesday 12th May

English: Reread Chapter 22 and Chapter 3 of Holes and answer the RIC questions.

Last week's work gallery

Thank you Frankie, Grayson and Ellis for sending me lots of lovely pictures of your work. Here are a few:

Monday 11th May
English


Read Chapter 22 of Holes.

Edit the passage below (that has boring sentences) in your books to make it sound much more interesting to the reader. Can you add fronted adverbs, relative clauses, expanded noun phrases, coordinating and subordinating conjunctions?

The water truck arrived. Stanley drank his canteen. Mr Sir filled it. The truck pulled away. Stanley went back in his hole. Magnet asked if anyone wanted sunflower seeds. He had stolen them from Mr Sir. The boys ate them. Stanley didn't want to. Zig-Zag threw them to him. The bag split in his hole. Mr Sir came back and took Stanley to see the warden.   

These events are from Chapter 19.
If you started this last week then continue with some more sentences of your own up to Chapter 22. Think of a simple (boring) sentence in your head and then edit it to make it sound more interesting to the reader.

I would love to see your work. Ask an adult to send a picture to laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk. I will make a work gallery with examples of work sent to me this week.

A prayer and reflection for the week beginning 11th May:

The Collect, from the Fifth Sunday of Easter Service

O lord,

from whom all good things do come:

Grant to us your humble servants,

that by your holy inspiration we may think those that be good,

and by your merciful guiding may perform the same;

Through our Lord Jesus Christ.

Amen.


Reflection opportunity

What ‘good’ things can you do this week to please God? To please your parents and family?

Thursday 7th May
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 4 from  Week 2 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find week 2. The lesson is called percentages as fractions and decimals.
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet.

If you usually do Mild work or find this hard, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first. Or you can try the Year 4 Week 1 or 2 work instead.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Week 2: Lesson 4), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book. If it asks you to shade squares/boxes, you can just write the number you would need to shade in your book as the answer.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Lesson-4-Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO9-Percentages-as-fractions-and-decimals-2019.pdf

* There won't be any work tomorrow as it's a special bank holiday, however, if you would like to do the final lesson (Lesson 5) of the week before Monday (or even just watch the video and do a few Qs), it may help you to consolidate your understanding of fractions, decimals and percentages. *
Wednesday 6th May

English (Spelling): Read Chapter 20 of Holes. In your books, practise your handwriting with these time adverbials. Then write some sentences using the words (preferably about Holes). Ask someone in your house if they'll give you a mini spelling test afterwards. Let me know how you got on. There's also a wordsearch if anyone would also like that.

Thursday 7th May
English


Read Chapter 21 and make sure you are up to date with this week's English tasks. If you already are, then try to edit the passage below (that has boring sentences) in your books to make it sound much more interesting to the reader. Can you add fronted adverbs, relative clauses, expanded noun phrases, coordinating and subordinating conjunctions?

The water truck arrived. Stanley drank his canteen. Mr Sir filled it. The truck pulled away. Stanley went back in his hole. Magnet asked if anyone wanted sunflower seeds. He had stolen them from Mr Sir. The boys ate them. Stanley didn't want to. Zig-Zag threw them to him. The bag split in his hole. Mr Sir came back and took Stanley to see the warden.   

These events are from Chapter 19 - you can continue and add more events up to Chapter 21 if you would like to. 

I would love to see your work. Ask an adult to send a picture to laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk. I will make a work gallery with examples of work sent to me this week.
Wednesday 6th May
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 3 from  Week 2 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find week 2. The lesson is called understand percentages.
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet.

If you usually do Mild work or find this hard, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first. Or you can try the Year 4 Week 1 or 2 work instead.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Week 2: Lesson 3), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book. If it asks you to shade squares/boxes, you can just write the number you would need to shade in your book as the answer.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Lesson-3-Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO8-Understand-percentages-2019.pdf
Tuesday 5th May

English: Read Chapter 19 of Holes and complete the following RIC questions in your books. Message me (on the message board) your interpret answer about Magnet and we can share some ideas on the message board later on.

Tuesday 5th May
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 2 from  Week 2 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find week 2. The lesson is called order and compare decimals.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet.

If you usually do Mild work or find this hard, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first. Or you can try the Year 4 Week 1 or 2 work instead.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Week 2: Lesson 2), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Lesson-2-Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO7-Order-and-compare-decimals-2019.pdf
Monday 4th May
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 1 from  Week 2 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find week 2. The first lesson is called rounding decimals.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet.

If you usually do Mild work or find this hard, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first. Or you can try the Year 4 Week 1 or 2 work instead.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Week 2: Lesson 1), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Lesson-1-Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO6-Rounding-decimals-2019.pdf
Monday 4th May

English: Read Chapter 18 of Holes and complete the punctuation task. I'll post the answers to this later in the week for you to mark yourself, but the number in brackets is the number of mistakes. If you do find more that that number, let me know in the message board and I will double check.

I won't post any English today, to give you chance to catch up. However, if you would like anything extra to do, checkout these websites.

This BBC website has lots of lessons and worksheets that you can choose from:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

This website from the BBC has lots of great short educational videos to watch for 9-11 year olds:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p089g0cc/episodes/player

This one has a great football goal scoring game to help your spelling:
https://plprimarystars.com/for-families/play-game




 
IF ANYONE HASN'T DONE ALL THE MATHS THIS WEEK - START WITH WEEK 1 LESSON 1 AND WORK THROUGH IN ORDER (IT DOESN'T MATTER IF YOU ARE A BIT BEHIND).

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

You can do the Year 4 week 1 work instead if you find it too hard.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

But still remember to start from Week 1 Lesson 1 and work through as each lesson builds upon the previous lesson's work.
Friday 1st May
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 5 from  Week 1 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. It seems to be at the bottom of the page today, rather than the top, so scroll down.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet.

If you usually do Mild work or find this hard, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first. Or you can try the Year 4 Week 1 work instead.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Lesson 5), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO5-Thousandths-as-decimals-2019.pdf
Thursday 30th April 
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 4 from  Week 1 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet.

If you usually do Mild work or find this hard, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first. Or you can try the Year 4 Week 1 work instead.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Lesson 4), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book.

For the questions that say colour the grid, you can just write the number of squares you would need to shade in your book as the answer.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO4-Understand-thousandths-2019.pdf
Thursday 30th April

Read Chapter 17 of Holes and complete the apostrophe task. Remember to ask an adult to send a picture of your work to me to put in this week's gallery. laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Wednesday 29th April 
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 3 from  Week 1 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet.

If you usually do Mild work or find this hard, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first. Or you can try the Year 4 Week 1 work instead.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Lesson 3), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book.

For the questions that say colour the grid, you can just write the number of squares you would need to shade in your book as the answer.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO3-Decimals-as-fractions-2-2019.pdf

 
Wednesday 29th April

English: Here is the second part of the Holes reap. These questions are from Chapters 14-15. Read up to Chapter 16 again and then we will move onto the next chapter tomorrow.

This week's work gallery

Thank you Bahja and Ellie, Evie, Ellis, Grayson, Kane and Frankie, who have sent pictures of their work so far :-)

Tuesday 28th April 
Maths


Today we will do Lesson 2 from  Week 1 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet. If you usually do Mild work, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Lesson 2), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book. For the questions that say colour the grid, you can just write the number of squares you would need to shade in your book as the answer.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO2-Decimals-as-fractions-1-2019.pdf
Holes Task Chapters 11-13
Tuesday 28th April
English

The next 2 days will give anyone who is not up to Chapter 16 of Holes a chance to catch up as there are some comprehension questions. Today's questions are from Chapters 11-13. See if you can figure out what type of RIC questions they are. Remember to look back at these chapters to find the answers. Use the YouTube link and read along if you prefer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOF5yxBrP20&list=PLg-J652UZsr1FBQ2FMZImRv_UWF1C2Rgi&index=7

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHvu98vi694&list=PLg-J652UZsr1FBQ2FMZImRv_UWF1C2Rgi&index=8





 
Monday 27th April 
Maths


This week we are going to work through Week 1 of the White Rose home learning work on decimals. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Go to the website to watch the short video first to introduce it and recap, then complete as much as you can of the following sheet. If you usually do Mild work, don't worry if some of the higher numbered questions are a little tricky. You can download the answers from the website to check, but only do this when you have had a really good go at them all yourself first.

Here is a link for the worksheet (Lesson 1), when you have watched the video, just write the answers and any working out you need to do in your home-school book.

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-5/Y5-Spring-Block-3-WO1-Decimals-up-to-2-dp-2019.pdf
Monday 27th April 
English

Today I would like you to read Chapter 16 of Holes and complete your letter that you started last week. Then I would like you to write a final draft after editing, in your neatest writing and remember to ask an adult to take a picture and send it to me (laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk) for this week's work gallery.

Checklist - have you included?
  • Details about Stanley's thoughts and feelings
  • Details about Camp Green Lake, the people Stanley has met and the events that have taken place
  • Fronted adverbials (with commas after them)
  • Year 5/6 spelling words
  • Relative clauses, starting with who, that, which etc.
  • Modal verbs (might, should, could, may, shall etc.)
  • Checked all your spellings
  • Checked all your punctuation
Friday 24th April 

Read Chapter 15 of Holes and write a letter from Stanley to his Mum. Read yesterday's planning bullet points again below. Remeber to include fronted adverbials, modal verbs, and relative clauses. Also remember punctuation, to check your spellings and include some year 5/6 words.
Thursdsay 24th April
English

Read Chapter 14 of Holes
Today's task is to plan a letter from Stanley to his parents about life at the camp so far, but telling the truth this time (unlike the letter he wrote in Chapter 9). Include in your letter:
  • What it is actually like at Camp Green Lake.
  • Who he has met and what are they like?
  • What is he doing there? Why?
  • What events have happened?
  • His thoughts and feelings.
You will need to look back in the book to recap and get all the information you need for your letter.
Tomorrow we will write our letters and on Monday we will edit them, but I will write instructions for you tomorrow.


 
This week's work gallery

Well done to everyone who has sent pictures of their lovely work to me this week (Ellis, Ellie, Evie, Grayson, Kane and Qusai)

This week's work gallery

Well done to everyone who has sent pictures of their lovely work to me this week (Ellis, Ellie, Evie, Grayson and Qusai)

Thursday 23rd April
Maths



Do Shapes and Stories and Connecting Puzzles from  I See Reasoning (scroll down the page to the videos from 1st and 2nd of April). Watch the videos and then pause to do the task.

http://www.iseemaths.com/lessons56/

If you ususally do Mild you can try Shapes and Stories and Comparing Prices from the Year 3/4 videos.

http://www.iseemaths.com/lessons34/
Wednesday 22nd April

Maths: Send me your answers on the message board from yesterday's problem of the day. Mild can try the orange first sheet if the blue ones are too hard. Just write Q1, Q2 and Q3 with answers to me and I will let you know which you have correct (but won't post your message).

Wednesday 22nd April

English Read Chapter 13 of Holes and complete the following RIC questions.

Tuesday 21st April

Do page 8 and 9 of the addition and subtraction booklet - mental calculation challenge plus try a problem or 2 from the problem of the day. Try the blue sheet if you can, but if you usually do mild, you may find the first orange sheet easier. Send me your problem of the day answers on the message board. I won't post your message - will just let you know if it's correct. The answers to yesterday's questions are here for you to mark yourself.

Tuesday 21st April

English: Holes Chapter 12. Read Chapter 12 then complete the fronted adverbials task. Please send some work to me to share and make a gallery for this week.

25 ideas for non screen activities

Try some of these fun ideas to have a break from your screen. Let us know which ones you have tried on the notice board and even better send me a picture of them for this week's gallery.

Good morning everyone! I hope you had a nice Easter break. Now it is term time again, I will be putting some English and Maths on here again each day and a few extra things to try at home. If there is something you are really interested in, then use this time to do your own little project about it. You can research on the internet, make posters, PowerPoints, art/models etc. I would love to see your work and to share it on here with everyone, so please remember to send pictures to laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk (ask your parents to take a picture and send it to me on their phone). Also remember to do some exercise each day, in the house or outside. Let us know what you have been uo to on the message board as other people may want to try it.
Monday 20th April
Maths

Complete pages 6 and 7 of the addition and subtraction booklet from your pack (subtracting then adding multiples of 1000) and spend at least 20 minutes on Times Tables Rock Stars. I will post the answers to the addition and subtraction for you to mark tomorrow.
Monday 20th April

English Read Chapter 11 of Holes and complete the following RIC questions.

Spelling/handwriting sheets

Here are some spelling handwriting sheets that we would have used in class. It would be a great idea to practise your handwriting in your book by copying out the words 3 times and then writing some sentences with the words in. If you would like us all to see your beautiful work then email me a picture and I will put it on here.

Remember if you would like to send pictures of your work etc. to me from an adult's phone. They can email me at:

laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Parents/Carers - You can also use this email address for any questions about work at all and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Holes catch up (up to Chapter 10)

Here is a link to Holes being read aloud on You Tube. You could read your book at the same time, if it helps.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7t6Fv1j3Q0&list=PLg-J652UZsr1FBQ2FMZImRv_UWF1C2Rgi

If anyone has not read up to Chapter 10 of Holes so far, please make sure you do before Monday (when we will be reading Chapter 11) and complete some of the tasks below.
     
   Chapter 3
  • (Retrieve) Stanley's name is a palindrome. Use google to find the definition of palindrome and some other examples.
  • p10 (predict) What do you think caused Stanley to be arrested?
  • p10 (Interpret) Read the last few lines of the page. How do you think Stanley's feelings changed when he arrived at the camp?
  • Use bullet points to write a list of what this chapter tells us about Stanley Yelnats. Include his appearance, personality and family background.
  • Read chapter 3 of Holes.
  • (Retrieve) Stanley's name is a palindrome. Use google to find the definition of palindrome and some other examples.
  • p10 (predict) What do you think caused Stanley to be arrested?
  • p10 (Interpret) Read the last few lines of the page. How do you think Stanley's feelings changed when he arrived at the camp?
  • Use bullet points to write a list of what this chapter tells us about Stanley Yelnats. Include his appearance, personality and family background.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXFCO3LBJss       
How to make a pom pom. I've seen that they sell wool in b&m if anyone's parents go there? Theres also videos online to make multicoloured ones and Easter bunnies and chicks.
Science investigation (optional Easter activity)

Hi everyone! As the weather's looking good this week, I thought some of you may like to try this investigation if you have a bike or scooter etc. at home. You will be testing materials to see which creates the most friction and therefore makes a good break pad to stop a wheel from turning. All you need to do it is a piece of cardboard that will be the brake pad and then different materials to wrap around it to test. I would see if you can find a range of smooth and rough materials, e.g. tin foil, a sponge, paper, an old sock maybe, a bit of old towel, bubble wrap, sand paper. Don't worry if you don't have all these materials, you can use anything that will wrap around a piece of card. Only use old things or things that your parents allow you to cut up.You won't need big pieces, just to cover a square of card that is the width of the bike wheel. You will need to time how long the wheel takes to stop. You could use a timer or just count the number of seconds. Remember to make a prediction first. Have fun and let us know on the message board what your conclusion is. I have included a Power Point and some examples of tables etc. that you can either print or copy into your book.

Happy Easter Holidays

Hi everyone! If we were at school now we would be getting ready to go home for the Easter Holidays. Therefore, next week I won't be putting on Maths and English everyday, but feel free to catch up on anything that you haven't done already, especially if you haven't read up to Chapter 10 of Holes yet. The chapters are quite short and everyone on the message board has agreed that it has been great so far. There's also TT Rock stars and loads of other online educational games to play if you enjoy them.

I will post some links to optional fun things over the next 2 weeks in case you would like to do some extra activities at home. You can also share ideas of the fun things you've been up to on the message board, including links to useful websites, and I will try to approve your posts each day. I will need to get rid of some of the older posts each day to make space.
You can still send me pictures of things that you have been doing and I will add them to our galleries.

Enjoy a little down time with your family if you can and we shall resume our daily learning tasks on Monday 20th April.

Take care. 

Mrs Ward
French

Here is a great website to learn French at home. Set yourself up an account - it's free and you can practise from the beginning. You'll recognise some vocabulary from school and will learn some new stuff along the way. You can set it up to have a set amoutnt of time each day. Let us know on the message board how you get on.

https://www.duolingo.com/
Work Gallery

Thank you Kane, Kwami, Ellis, Ellie and Evie for your lovely work that you have emailed to me. Keep sending your emails to me Class 5. laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Music
Have a play around with Chrome Music Lab. Looks like there's some fun ways to create your own music. Let us all know on the message board how you get on or which parts you liked most.

https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/Experiments
Internet Safety Posters

Well done Frankie, Grayson, Kane, Prince and Ellis! Keep them coming Class 5. You can send them to me any time this week or next.

Modal verbs work gallery

Super work Grayson and Frankie! Remember to send your finished work to be any time over the next week and I'll add it to this gallery. laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Friday 3rd April 2020

Maths


http://www.iseemaths.com/lessons56/

Complete the videos/tasks for Shape Puzzles Part 1 and Shape Puzzles Part 2
Answers to yesterday's crossword

Mark your work from yesterday. Who got them all right? I can see that you did Ellis - I've included a pic of your completed work that you sent to me.

Thursday 2nd April

Maths: Complete page 5 of the addition and subtraction booklet (mental maths adding) and the problems of the day attached. You can post the answers to the problems of the day on the notice board, but I won't approve and post them until after 4pm.

Thursday 2nd April

English: Read chapter 9 of Holes and answer the following RIC questions in your books.

Wednesday 1st April
Maths


Today is a catch up day for any maths not finished from previous days.
If you have done everything, then go on Times Tables Rock Stars or NumBots for a bit and then work on the internet safety poster.
Internet Safety Poster

While you are learning at home, you will be using the internet to help you work. When you are having downtime, no doubt you will play games online and use phones, tablets etc. to keep in contact with your friends. Technology is really important to us right now, however, it is essential that you remember how to keep yourself safe online. 

This week's task is to design a poster to share on our website that reminds the rest of the class/school about how we can keep safe on line. Start by writing a list of things that are really important for children to remember e.g. only talking to your close friends and family online, never sharing your personal information, talking to an adult if something makes you feel unsafe etc. We had lots of great ideas in class recently.

Try to make your poster eye catching and include clearly all the information that children will need to remember how to stay safe. Then email a picture of your poster to me: laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

 
Wednesday 1st April 
English


Read Chapter 8 of Holes - It's a short one.
You can reread some of the previous chapters if you wish. Maybe read a chapter aloud to an adult or ask an adult if they will read to you. If you look on YouTube there are also some videos where the book is being read aloud.

Try to find as many words as you can in the first Y5/6 spelling words crossword in your pack. Keep checking the orange word list at the front to find the missing words.
Hot - Can you also use some of these words in sentences of your own about Holes?

I'll post the answers to the crossword tomorrow for you.

 
Tuesday 31st March 
Maths


http://www.iseemaths.com/lessons56/

Try the next 2 videos from I See Reasoning:
The first one is called boys, girls and children (you need to watch the Y3/4 video and then do the Y5/6 task for that one) and the second one is called different contexts. Watch the video first then do the task. This will finish the videos from last week.

http://www.iseemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/26th-March-Y56-Boys-Girls-Children.pdf

http://www.iseemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/27th-March-Y56-Different-Contexts.pdf
 
Yesterday's Maths answer sheets

Please mark your own work. If you have added titles to the line graphs then even better :-)

Friday's English task

Thank you Ellis for your comic strip. This was the correct order of the sentences, well done.

Monday 30th March

Maths: Try page 2 of the statistics booklet. Spicy you will need to use the square or graph paper in your booklet. Try questions 1-3. Hot try all 4 questions. Mild - interpret bar charts. I will post the answers for you to check your work again in the morning.

Monday 30th March

English: Chapter 7 of Holes is a longer chapter, so just read up to page 31 and answer the RIC questions in your book.

Answers to Friday's maths

Please mark your own work. if you have any questions about anything, remember you can email me at: laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Art Gallery

Thank you Prince, Payton and Ellis for your masterpieces. Keep them coming.

Art project
What would you like to draw?
There are thousands of videos on YouTube with step by step instructions to follow to draw almost everything you can imagine.
Here's a link for how to draw a Tudor Rose.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcex9m1Pe-8

Send me pictures of your drawings (can be of anything at all) and will post some to our website
laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk
Friday 27th March

Maths: Try sheet 1 of the statistics booklets in your packs. The pink White Rose booklet (read line graphs). Mild your booklet is orange and starts with pictograms.

Rainbows

Thank you Payton, Ellis and Grayson for your beautiful rainbows. Keep them coming Class 5 and I will post to our wall to spread the hope :-) Send to: laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk

Thursday 26th 
Maths


Try the I See Reasoning videos from Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Remember you can try the Y3/4 videos instead if you need it a little easier.

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKU-w17sIDU

Each lesson starts with an explanation of the answer to the previous one.
Wednesday 25th March
Maths


Here is a great website from I See Reasoning, which we sometimes use in our lessons.

It has an introduction video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IU9pxlPscPU

Then daily tasks with videos to explain and use.

Try them in order. 
Here's the first task about consecutive numbers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvnWhOWbs2A

If you find anything too tricky, don't worry about trying the Year 3 and 4 ones instead. They will all help to develop your reasoning skills.

Here's the main website:
http://www.iseemaths.com/home-lessons/
This weeks First News

https://schools.firstnews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2020/03/Lores_718-1.pdf

Some possible activities you could do:
Can you find any headlines with alliteration, puns or word play?
Read an article each day to your family.
Which was your favourite article and why?
Can you write a newspaper article of your own?
Complete the puzzles on your own or compete with your family.
Rainbows
Have you seen that children have been making rainbows for their windows to spread hope and cheer?
If you have already made a rainbow or plan to make one, send me a picture to laura.ward@hunsletstmarys.co.uk and I will share it with everyone on our class page.

Link to CBBC Newsround report on rainbows:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51953553
 
Tuesday 24th March 
Maths:

Look at the BBC Bitesize page, which includes a video, for a quick refresher on common factors.
Then complete pages 4 and 5 (common factors) of the multiplication and division booklet.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6j2tfr/articles/z72r97h
Maths: Problem of the day

If anyone wants any extra maths at any point, check out this link to White Rose Problem of the day. We've already done a few of the ones from the beginning of the month in class, but lots of others you could try each day.

https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/classroom-resources/problems/
Victorian History Project:

Spend some time each afternoon researching famous people from the Victorian era. Make a biography, poster, leaflet, or PowerPoint presentation about them. You could also draw or paint a portrait of them for art.

Here are some useful links, but you may use other websites.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/ks2-the-victorians/z48bnrd

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/victorians/famous.htm