Home Learning

Week Beginning Monday 13th July  

Monday 13th July 

Maths  
Click on the link below to access the free teaching video (week 12)     
Lesson 1 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Now, complete the worksheet below:

Worksheet - units of measurement

Answers

English

Read and complete the following comprehension task:      

The Great Plague

Art

Andy Goldsworthy

Artist Andy Goldsworthy talks about and demonstrates creating artwork in a natural landscape using natural materials. Working on site in a quarry, Goldsworthy makes an abstract drawing on slate and shows how a 'rain shadow' can be made on stone during wet weather. He explores the temporary nature of some landscape artwork and the effects which can be produced there.

Click here to watch the video.

Try and produce a piece of art in your garden. It could be a picture or a sculpture.

Send in a photo to show what you have done.

Tuesday 14th July 

Maths  
Click on the link below to access the free teaching video (week 12)     
Lesson 2 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Now, complete the worksheet below:

Worksheet - imperial measurements

Answers

English

The One For All

 
Activities to try:
  • Write Geoff’s biography
  • Retell Geoff’s story
  • Write journal entries in the role of Geoff
  • Write dialogue between Geoff and his wife
  • Create advertising jingles for the new Bean range
  • Design, explain and advertise a new ‘bean can size’ or bean invention
  • Create advertising for beans or other food products
History

Who Were The Vikings?

Click here to watch the clips.

Why did the vikings come to Britain? Where did they come from?

Where did they settle in Britain?

Make a viking long boat - click here.

Wednesday 15th July 

Maths  
Click on the link below to access the free teaching video (week 12)     
Lesson 3 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Now, complete the worksheet below:

Worksheet - units of time

Answers

English

The Little Shoemaker

 

Click here to watch the clip.

Try one of the activities below:

  • ​Describe the shoemake and his shop. 
  • Retell the story in a fairytale style
  • Use show don't tell to describe the shoes coming alive but leave your reader wondering what is happening. 
  • Describe the rival shoe maker using specific language to make him sound sly and cunning. 
  • Create some dialogue between the two shoe makers. 
  • Write some dialogue between the shoemaker and his shoes. 
  • Create a new plan to get rid of the shoemaker. Explanations or instructions about how to make magic shoes.
Science
What do plants need to grow?

Click here to watch the video.
Photosynthesis worksheet
Photosynthesis quiz - to try.

Thursday 16th July

Maths  
Click on the link below to access the free teaching video (week 12)     
Lesson 4 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/
Now, complete the worksheet below:
Worksheets - Timetables

Answers

English

Read and complete the following comprehension task:       
Fidget Spinners

French

Learn Days of the week, months and telling the time

Click here to listen and learn.

Days of the week wordsearch.

Months of the year dice game.

Friday 17th July

Maths

Times Tables

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Click here to play 'Hit The Button' to explore lots of different times tables

Click here to watch videos that help learn your timestables.

Times tables booklet

English

Time to Act...

Click here to learn how to write a play.

Get your family involved. Write a short play with a part for everyone in your family.

You could also try writing a playscript for a viking invasion.

Computing

Game designing

Learn how to design a character for a computer game.

Reading

                       

Please encourage your child to read everyday. There is nothing more wonderful than getting 'lost' in a book. It is also a crucial part of educational development.

We would expect you child to read 10-15 minutes every day.

READ ALONE, READ TO OTHERS, READ TOGETHER!

Click on the following link to access 100s of free ebooks.

https://readon.myon.co.uk/

You could also register for free on the following link with Oxford Owl:

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

If you try and read books from your accelerated reader level you can then quiz on the books and move up the levels in the same way you would in school. Forgotten your log in? Contact us on our year group e-mail (year5@lps.hereford.sch.uk) and we will send it to you.

https://ukhosted84.renlearn.co.uk/6708237/default.aspx

Spelling

                                             

You should now have received a parentmail with information about how to access Oxford Owl and Read Write Inc spelling. The link below will get you onto the site. The you need to click on CLASS LOGIN and put in the password you have been sent. Every week we will give you a focus to explore from the RWI resources.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/please-log-in?open_loginbox=true

w/b 4th May - Log on as described above. scroll down and choose Read, Write Inc. Spelling (end column, second box down). Scroll down the page and in the year group and then units tab choose the following:

Miss Pearson spelling group - year 6 - unit 7 (Challenge yourselves as the year 5 book was finished before lockdown)

Mrs McAtear spelling group - year 6 - unit 2

Mrs Brookes and Thomas spelling group - year 3 - unit 6

Writing Challenge

         

Writing challenge:Every fortnight we will be adding a new writing challenge. The Year 5 team would love to see your child's entry. Please email their entry (this could be a photo of their work) to year5@lps.hereford.sch.uk by Thursday 9th July by 3pm. The year 5 teachers will chose a winner and their work will be published on the website. Have fun!

 

You challenge is to write a story linked to the picture below (maximum 500 words!).
                                         

Once Upon A Picture - Image prompts to inspire reading and writing

 

How to Help Your Child at Home

The government have produced a list of educational websites that can be used at home for free. Some we have already listed below but others may be useful.

Government List for Home Learning

Get physical at home with STRIDE AWAY

w/b 15th June

Whiterose

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

A video and maths activities for each lesson.  Please refer to week 8 lessons 1-4

Lesson worksheet and answers can be found below.

 


Lesson 1 - Worksheet

Lesson 1 - Answers

Lesson 2 - Worksheet

Lesson 2 - Answers

Lesson 3 - Worksheet

Lesson 3 - Answers

Lesson 4 - Worksheet

Lesson 4 - Answers

BBC Bitesize Daily

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

                             

                                                              

Try something different...

Terrific Technology Board Games

Take a journey around our board game and see who can make it first to the finishline, but watch out for those flat batteries on our electric cars as they could see you going backwards!

https://education.theiet.org/campaigns/look-at-me-now/activities-for-children/

 

                                                            

Making pom-poms!

Scroll down on this lovely website to find the pom-pom video! It's really simple to make and you can make lots of lovely colourful decorations.

https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/what-we-do/coronavirus-information-advice/keeping-kids-entertained-during-lockdown#make

                                                                           

Picture Weaving - click this link

Find a picture of your favourite famous person (you could even draw one) and see how they change when they are weaved.

Stick Figure Flick Book - click this link

Make a flicker book to tell a story through dawing.

Tin Can Windsock

Make something to look bright in the garden and have fun doing it.

https://www.happinessishomemade.net/kids-craft-recycled-tin-can-windsocks/

Construct a bug hotel for Earth Day

Create a cosy place for all the creepy crawlies to hang out. Cut a two-litre plastic bottle into two cylinders, then stuff it with sticks, pine cones, bark, or any other natural material. Make sure to pack the organic material tightly. Then loop a piece of string or wool around the two cylinders and hang your bug hotel from a tree branch or fence.

Create a cosy place for all the creepy crawlies to hang out. Cut a two-litre plastic bottle into two cylinders, then stuff it with sticks, pine cones, bark or any other natural material. Make sure to pack the organic material tightly. Then loop a piece of string or wool around the two cylinders and hang your bug hotel from a tree or branch.

Learn how to DJ

A free app that teaches the basics of djing in a fun, interactive way without the need for expensive, specialist equipment. All you need is a phone or tablet and the free djay app by Algoriddim. Djay guides users through every stage of mixing, teaching them the basics of decks and loops before giving them the freedom to mix and remix their library of music. There’s even a video visualiser tool that lets users create their own music videos to accompany their mixes, and the app uses AI to help guide budding musicians through the process.

Bubble Mania Science Experiment

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EUbKEhzLSQ

These experiments are a really fun way of bringing science and engineering to life and show that anyone can be an engineer or a scientist! Use sugar and soap to make a bubble inside a bubble inside a bubble...

Click on the links below for activities and lessons to use at home:

How many of the year 5 and 6 spellings do you know?          Fun maths websites to explore!

3 minute times table challenges to try.              Earth and Space activities

Writing Task 1 - advertise your town

Click on the links below for further activities and lessons you can do at home..

Maths:

White Rose - Daily lessons to complete at home

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

TT Rock Stars - times tables

https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/schools/student/42871

Maths Frame

https://mathsframe.co.uk/

Primary Homework Help

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/maths/index.html

Nrich provides CHALLENGING maths activities for those who are ready...

https://nrich.maths.org/

English:

Topmarks - games to support reading, spelling, punctuation and grammar

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?AgeGroup=3

BBC - provides activiteis and games to support the English curriculum

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn

Classroom Secrets - provide home learning packs to use with your child

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/free-home-learning-packs/

Oxford Owl - Rescorces to become an amazing creative writer, possibly the next J.K.Rowling

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/kids-activities/creative-writing/