Year 5 Tasks

Welcome to Year 5's Home Learning tasks.  

There will be a selection of new activities for you to do in this section everyday. You also have your pack, and our home learning page has lots of links with exciting activities for you to access

If you have any questions or would like to send me photos of your work please do so.

Keep checking your Maths Whizz account for messages!

Maths Whizz Certificates this week go to:

Gold - Amelia

Silver - Joshua

Bronze - Lee

Well done - keep up the good work!

Mrs Johnson :)

Remember to join Joe Wicks for your daily workout! 

 

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Task 1. Click on the link below, listen to chapter 1– write a diary entry for one of the dogs featured in the text.

 Task 2. Maths: Click on the link to complete Lesson 3 on White Rose Maths

 

Task 3. Click on the link for Busythings. Log in and go to Y5/6 assignments. I have set you an assignment for French label the animals in French

 

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Task 1. Read the news articles below and answer the questions in your book.

 

Task 2. Click the link and Log onto Seneca Learning – (Remember an adult will need to sign up with their email address.) I have set an assignment for Maths

 

Task 3. Click on the link for Busythings. Log in and go to Y5/6 assignments. I have set you an assignment for Science – Global habitats – sort the animals into their natural habitats.

 

 

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Task 1. Maths – Complete the 10Ticks work sheet in your work book. You could even create your own Venn diagram!

 

Task 2. Grammar - Click on the link – tick the comment that explains what is wrong with each piece of writing.

Task 3. Science – Join the Earth Squad and explore our planet’s habitats

 

Monday 30th March 2020

 

Task 1. Add more information to your history project. (See Friday's tasks)

 

Task 2. Create a new maths game. The example below is a times table game but you can choose any of the four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

There are also some blank game boards below, you can copy one of these or create your own.

Here are some examples for the rules:

1. Roll a six to start    2. If they answer correctly, they move forward two spaces.    3. If they answer correctly, they get another roll.   4. If they get it wrong, they miss a turn next time.

Feel free to add your own ideas here. I'm sure you get the idea. Have fun!

 

  

Blank templates:

Click on the link for the online dice roller

 Task 3: Joe Wicks PE lesson Follow Joe Wicks' daily workouts this week.

At 9am every morning he will be doing live PE fitness sessions from his YouTube channel.

 

 

Friday 27th March 2020

I hope that you have had fun completing all the activities this week.

Have a lovely weekend :)

Task 1. History Project – Anglo Saxons and Scots. You have got lots of time to complete the project, you can add more information to it over the next few weeks.

You could include: subheadings, paragraphs, fact boxes, drawings, diagrams and did you know statements. 

Click on the link, open the book and turn to the page with the title ‘Anglo Saxon Discovery’. You can find all the information you need in the book and you can also use the fact sheets in you pack. Have fun!

 

Task 2: ECO -  Click on the link and scroll down the page.

Choose one of the animals featured, create a poster including information about the animal and what the World Wildlife Fund are doing to help them.

Task 3: Maths – Click on the link –  Hit the Button - Quick fire questions where you can choose the activity and level of challenge.

 

 

 

Thursday 26th March 2020

Task 1. Spelling: Click on the link Spelling Rule 39 - Words ending in –ant, –ance/–ancy, –ent, –ence/–ency. Have a go at the activities, play the games and then take the test.

 

Task 2. Maths: Click on the link to complete Lesson 2 on White Rose Maths

 

Task 3: Joe Wicks PE lesson - live at 9am on Youtube and available throughout the day 

 

Wednesday 25th March

Task 1. English: Click on the link to listen to the story: The Reluctant Dragon by Kenneth Graham.

Write a character description for your own dragon, remember to include lots of exciting adjectives. When you have finished you can draw and colour your dragon – don’t forget to give him a name!

 

Task 2. Maths: Use all four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division to create as many different calculations as you can to give the total of 630.

E.g.  315 X 4 ÷ 2 = 630,      300 X 2 + 15 X 2 = 630,      635 – 5 = 630

 

 

Task 3. Maths: Multiplication - answer the questions from the sheet in your book.

Find the answer sheet underneath the next task.

 

 

Task 4. Click the link and Log onto Seneca Learning – Remember an adult will need to sign up with their email address. I have set an assignment for Maths, Science and French for you to complete.

 

 

Multiplication answer sheet

 

Tuesday 24th March

 

Task 1. English: Click on the link, read the story and help the author make it more interesting by adding exciting adverbs.

 

Task 2. Maths: Click on the link, match the fraction you can choose your level of challenge. 

 

Task 3.  Science: Life-cycles. Click on the link drag the statements to the correct place on the grid. 

 

Task 4. Look through your window, in your work book sketch and then label of all the things you can see, for example: trees, plants flowers, wildlife, pets, the weather, buildings, vehicles etc.

Or you can use the view from the window below.

 

Monday 23rd March 

Task 1. Can you complete lesson one on the White Rose link below?

 Complete the first lesson and see if you can answer the questions too - show your parents how good you are with your decimals.

 

Task 2. Cogheart - Write a short paragraph about what you think is going to happen to Lily, Malkin and Robert now that they have arrived in London. Do you think they will be able to open the box?

 

Task 3. Have a look at spelling frame to see if you can practise the spelling rule for today: Spelling Rule 37 - Endings which sound like /ʃəs/ spelt –cious or –tious

 

Task 4.  Get active!  It is important to keep moving.  Complete some videos on go noodle below: