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Monday

Bonjour la classe!

I hope you've had a lovely weekend and soaked up some sunshine. smiley

Below, I have outlined each task for you. Links to resources are found at the bottom of the page. Have a go and let me know how you get on. Any questions that you nor your parents know, send them to me via our Year 5 blog and I'll do my best to explain. 

 

Maths

This will be very straight forward for you to access - I have set a chunk of tasks based on statistics (tables, timetables, bar charts) on Mathletics. Take care with each question. You may need to put a ruler on your screen to help read some of the graphs like we did in class.

At the bottom of this page, there is a link to some extra spicy statistic challenges. Impress me!

 

English

Reading:

Seeing as we have resident caterpillars awaiting their transition into magnificent butterflies, it seems fitting to set you some reading around this topic. Read ‘Butterflies’ by Kevin Crossley Holland at least twice (see English resource link). Read the story aloud. Practise reading aloud so that you can make the surprise in the story clear. Can you add actions as you read?

 

SPaG / Written Task:

Follow the instructions on page one of the linked English resource. Complete the adverbial tasks and have a go at writing the next part of the story. Even though you are at home, I still expect you to present your work neatly and use punctuation accurately. cool Please take a picture and share your writing on our blog once you are done! I look forward to reading your ideas!

 

NOTE: Answers to the adverbial tasks are on the last page. Use these as guidance to mark your work once you are done. Do not copy them. If you do then you are wasting your own time!

 

Wider curriculum / foundation subject task:

Art / Design and Technology

I want you to research different types of butterfly, choose your favourite and then make it using any materials you have at home (paper, felt, collage, felt tips, tissue paper, glitter, paint, etc.). If you have time, you can make more than one! Follow this link (parents please oversee just incase of unsuitable advertisement content) which shows you how to make your very own paper butterfly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phY05EEJXJM

Again, please share these on our blog! I want to know:

  • the name of your butterfly
  • why you chose it
  • what materials you used and how you made your butterfly
  • share an interesting fact about butterflies

 

Stay active:

Joe Wicks (a.k.a. The Body Coach) will be hosting PE lessons Monday to Friday at 9am via his YouTube channel.

Get involved! Get moving!

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