- Marvellous Mayans Quiz
- Myth Atlas - Mechanical Books
- Myth Atlas - Mapping Skills
- Revolting Recipes Changing Materials Quiz
- It's a Wild Wild World - Terrifying Tsunamis
- It's a Wild Wild World Quiz
- Make Easter cakes and share them with your family
- Wear your pyjamas all day
- Make a den out of duvets and blankets
- Have a board game night and stay up late
- Write a letter to someone in hospital who can't have visitors for a while
- Make a bug hotel for the creepy crawlies around your home
- Read 3 different books from 3 different genre
- Skip for 1 minute without stopping
- Build a model of a famous building anywhere in the world
- Create a collage representing spring
- Paint a daffodil and stick it in your window for everyone to see
- Learn a new song (either singing or playing an instrument)
9.00am - PE with Joe Wicks
10.00am - Maths with Carol Vorderman
11.00am - Elevenses with David Walliams
12.00pm - Cooking with Jamie Oliver
1.00pm - Music with Mylene Klass
1.30pm - Dance with Darcey Bussel
Non-daily events include:
Hi Year 5 Class!
While you’re at home for the time being, I’ve put together some suggested and optional learning for you to do to keep your brains working out and staying fit! It’s important that you maintain good physical and mental health too, so I’ll be adding plenty of resources and information below.
Most importantly, though, keep yourself safe and enjoy the time that you spend with your family. Bake biscuits, paint pictures, play board games and watch movies. Do a science experiment together or find virtual trips to a museum or a zoo. Create a fitness circuit in your bedroom or garden. Start a book and read it together as a family. Snuggle up under warm blankets or on top of a blanket under the sun-filled sky. I can't wait to hear all about what you've been up to! Don`t forget you can still contact me on eschools. I would love to hear from you!
Oh, and don’t enjoy learning at home so much that you never want to come back to school! I miss you all too much!
- 1 Monday - Journey to School
- 2 Tuesday - Magic
- 3 Wednesday - Giant Tennis
- 4 Thursday The Coming Storm
- 5 Friday - Superman's Dilemma
Do as much maths fluency practise as you can. This is extremely important to keep your mathematical agility as good as it can be.
The spelling patterns we learn are based on the spelling appendix for Upper Key Stage 2 and it is expected that children will have a confident grasp of these patterns by the end of Year 6. We are currently focussing on:
- Use further prefixes and suffixes and understand the guidance for adding them (such as –able and –ible)
- Spell some words with ‘silent’ letters (such as knight)
- Continue to distinguish between homophones and other words which are often confused
- Use knowledge of morphology and etymology in spelling
- Use dictionaries to check the spelling and meaning of words
- Use a thesaurus
Please find on this class page spelling resources and links to support the learning of spelling patterns at home. There will be further resources added throughout the year, and it is also important the children have opportunities to practise applying these spellings in writing, so as much writing as they are able to do will be extremely beneficial to them being able to remember tricky spelling patterns.
- National Curriculum Spellings Year 5
- Year 5 spellings handwriting practice activity sheets cursive
- Year 5 word mat