Happy Friday everyone! Today, believe it or not, is the last day of term! You've got two whole weeks of freedom at home away from me! I will not be setting work for the break (but do keep up with your reading of course).
However, today is still a school day! Just like last Friday, I'm not setting much to do today so you have a chance to catch up if you've not managed to complete all the tasks this week. There is one new task below which is full of lots of things you can try out today. I've also set the deadline for the end of the Easter break so you can always dip in a do another task if you get bored.
I'll be online again today on Teams around 11:00 if you want support with anything, but if I don't talk to you today I hope you have an amazing Easter break and I am looking forward to seeing you guys again soon!
Just like last week we are going to keep Friday fairly quiet to give you all a chance to catch up on any assignments you may have missed or haven't quite finished yet. Below are a few different tasks you may like to try if you have worked hard and managed to get all your assignments done. Choose at least one (but feel free to try more, there are lots of fun things to do!). I'll leave this assignment up for the whole of the Easter break so you can try and do all of the tasks while you're on holiday if you want!
When you are done then hand in the assignment (it would be helpful if you attached photos or evidence of you completing your tasks).
Again, for those that finished their Time Slip Stories (and actually went back to check and confirm and be sure it is the best it can be), here is another task.
If you are still working on your Time Slip Stories then you DO NOT need to complete this task (but you can if you want to!).
Write me a book review of the latest book you have finished.
Remember a good book review should include:
You can write your review as a series of paragraphs or you could split up the page using a table or draw something on paper and send me the photo.
Feel free to also draw a picture from the book and send that in too!
Todays task is going to rely on both your Multiplication and Division skills!
I've attached three files below and, just like your homework, they come in three different difficulties (Bronze, Silver and Gold). You must complete AT LEAST ONE of the sheets. Take a look at all three and make sure you challenge yourself. If you only complete bronze and I think you could have challenged yourself and completed silver I will send it back for you to have another go.
For each sheet you need to work out whether you are using multiplication or division and then solve the problem before writing the answer in below the questions in a full sentence!
Feel free to rewatch any of the videos from over the last couple of weeks.
Well, thought we'd have a fun one today.
I'd like you to choose one of the following D&T projects. Take some photos of you doing it and the completed project and then send it in either by using the '+ Add Work' button below (you can do this from a phone if you have the Teams app or you can copy the photo onto your computer and do it from there) or you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
I've set a longer deadline on this as some of the projects involve an adult and they are probably super busy (make sure you are being wonderful and kind to them, in fact, go and say thank you and give them a hug now if they're not busy). If you can't do the work today or tomorrow then don't worry but I would love to see your work as soon as possible.
Here are your options:
Hi all! For those of you that have finished (and edited and improved and corrected, etc) their Time Slip Stories here are some ore SPaG sheets to crack on with. Remember if you’re not sure of something you can always go researching online and see what you can find if I’m not available.
I've got a crossnumber puzzle for you guys today.
Please watch the video as it reminds you how to solve them and how to solve it in a Word Doc. You may find it easier to print. Cheers!
Make sure you have finished the task from yesterday before attempting todays.
Just a few word problems using multiplication today. When you finish the task below, have a go at these online games:
Well everyone, I finally managed to get all your time slip stories up here!
All the stories so far are available on Teams in the Files section. If you still need them then please drop an email to email@example.com requesting yours.
Here's what I need from you. You have three choices:
This is your English task for the week so I'd like you to make sure you are doing a thorough job. That means writing it and purple pen editing (checking against the success criteria below). Then go through and find ways to improve language and vocabulary before checking it all over again!
Once you think you have finished then hand the work in (but I don't expect to see any handed in for a few days. Make sure you do a very good job on this piece of writing.
I'm in school this week guys so things might be a little slower this week, sorry!
A bit of SPaG work on our clauses today.
Have a look at the sheet and the videos then have a go at the tasks.
There is a Word doc below.
Give it a go!
Well you lucky boys and girls are in for a treat this week...........multiplication!
Today's task is a recap of work we have done earlier in the year guys so watch the video and have a go at the worksheet. I've also added a link to a YouTube video that is worth checking out if you are still unsure.
Remember, give it a go, challenge yourself to complete as much as you can in a usual hour long maths session and then feel free to come back to it later on. You can also grab any resources that might be useful (pasta or paper clips or anything like that can always be handy).
WARNING: In my video I call one of the methods the Array method. This is wrong (I make mistakes too!), it should be called the Grid Method!
Morning all! I'm going to treat Fridays as a catch up day as I know not all of you have easy access to computers all the time.
I have set you one English task for today. That's it. Feel free to do some things from your pack, work on your Scratch projects, go do a drawing of the world through your window, find a bizarre (but safe) place in your house to read and send me a photo, come up with a new invention that would revolutionise breakfast, bake something, cook something, freeze something, get a parent to teach you how to load the dishwasher / washing machine / make them tea or coffee so you can be helpful, tidy your room, tidy all the other rooms, play with your little brother or sister, play with your big brother or sister, come up with 10 reasons why slippers are so much better than shoes, build a blanket fort and then tidy it up again neatly or just find a nice place and curl up to have a little snooze.
Make sure you take a break from work over the weekend!
Fun task for Friday. Think back to earlier in the year when you guys designed your perfect bedroom and then used relative pronouns to write about them. Well today I'd like you to design the absolutely, most amazing back garden. Maybe it has a water slide, perhaps there is a huge trampoline. You could add a go kart track or even a massive treehouse!
Draw your incredible back garden and then describe it for me using relative clauses.
You can take a photo of your work and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember you can use who, which, when, where, whose and that.
Here are a few examples:
Have I got a bizarre and interesting task for you today Year 5! In fact, some might say its bizinteresting!
We're going to be looking at poem by Lewis Carroll called Jabberwocky. It is about a terrifying creature and the person who went to destroy it.
First, watch the YouTube video linked below. Maybe watch it a couple of times as the poem is full on nonsense words that are a little tricky to work out. These words are called portmanteau and are two words combined together like brunch (breakfast and lunch) or bizinteresting (bizarre and interesting).
Your first task is to try and work out what some of the portmanteau in the poem mean and fill in the table in the Word Doc below. After that, you need to come up with some of your own. They can be absolutely anything. I've left you an example in the worksheet.
I know a lot of you are still working on the division tasks from the last few days so definitely get those done before having a try of this bonus task.
Below you will find some division questions that have missing numbers. You have to work out where the missing numbers go. It is definitely NOT easy. I suggest printing or copying out the questions then sending me a photo of your completed work.
Have a go but these are definitely tricky!
Right, for your computing task this week I'd like you to hop onto Scratch and first make sure your Splat Project is finished. Remember, that might include adding scores, timers, golden splattables, whatever your imagination can come up with.
After you've done that I would like you to take a look at this project I just made https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/306471125
I call it a dodger project. You have to dodge the falling bombs. Your task is either to remix it and make it your own, change the sprites, add a background, give it a score, etc. OR challenge yourself and don't look at the code but try and make your own project that does something similar.
When you are done, make sure you share it into the 'Dodger Projects 2020' folder.
Hand In your assignment once you have shared your work into the Dodger Projects 2020 folder (although feel free to keep working on it over the next few days).
Reminder about usernames and passwords:
Your username is 21trees____. You should have these written down in your Homework and Spelling books.
Your password should be a tree.
Let me know if you need your username or password and I can send it over.
Take a look at the tasks below. Remember, you can email photos or completed work to email@example.com
Right guys, tasks for today:
I've also added some Crossnumber sheets that you can try and I've also attached the times tables grids we use for times tables tests. Choose one and time yourself filling it in (you could even fill it in on the computer) then send that back to me with your time written on it.
Take a good look at the picture above called 'A Pair of Umbrellas' (it's also inside the Word doc where you'll be writing).
Now think about the following questions:
Today, I’d like you to write me a short story that ends with these two umbrellas being left here. Here are a few ideas:
Tasks for today are up. Remember, if you're finding something tough, take a break, play something, get some fresh air, get a drink and come back to it. If a task takes you a couple of days that is absolutely fine. Time are weird, try your best!
Have a go at this reading comprehension task.
In Science I want you guys to learn about properties of materials. A property is a like a feature of something. For example, a property of iron is that it is magnetic and a property of wood is that it is flammable (it will burn). For your task today I'd like you to do a little research either using the internet or a dictionary (or if you're really stuck, the cheat sheet) and find out what different properties mean.
In the document below you'll find 10 properties that I want you to find the definition of (meaning) and some examples of materials that have that property.
(If you do need to use the cheat sheet that is ok but you should know that the descriptions of the properties in that sheet are NOT in the same order as the ones in the worksheet).
Hi all. As most of you know, your work to complete at home is now live on the Microsoft Teams website (teams.microsoft.com). You will need your username and password but don't worry if you have forgotten them or lost them as you can contact the school office and they will sort you out.
Just in case you're having problems with Teams I am also going to put the resources you will need below. If you are printing out work from here and completing it at home then please send us an email with photos of the completed work to firstname.lastname@example.org where a member of the team will pick it up.
Have a go at these SPaG sheets. You will most likely need to print them off and take photos of your completed work.
Hi all! Attached below are a couple of resources you could be using at home this week.
For Maths there are a series of time related word problems. Each one may ask you to complete multiple steps in order to find the final answer. You may want to use this interactive clock to help you (should work on computer / tablet) Visnos Clock. You could spread out solving these questions over a couple of days.
For English I'd like you to write a time-slip story. I've attached our original version of Sophie's Slip as an example, the planning sheet and the success criteria that includes everything I'm expecting in your story. You can hand write or type up your stories. Don't forget to purple pen edit during and after finishing your story. You should have a complete, corrected, edited and up-leveled story by the end of the week.
I have also attached some spellings to focus on for this week. Try and do a test at home next Tuesday!