Last 3 weeks
As some children are now back at school, we have stopped learning packs. I shall update this page as often as possible with websites and attachments for you to have a go at. Please message me on skype or email if you have any suggestions or websites that you have found that you think other children will enjoy.
Miss Buckley :)
- The last 2 topics of Year 5 Maths is: Volume and Capacity & Converting Units - I have created some questions for you to have a go at. However, I will not be uploading the answers. If you type in Google the topic name there is a variety of games and teaching slides for you to look at.
- Children have now all got a Mathletics account . https://login.mathletics.com/ Here we have set different games and activities for you to have a go at.
- Purple Mash has a variety of maths related games for you to play.
- TTRockstars to practice your timestables
- https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons BBC Teach are uploading daily maths lessons (they also do a range of other topics)
- https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/ (This would be a recap of our angles topic)
- https://www.maths4everyone.com/resources/sats-questions-by-topic.html SATs questions ordered by topics
- Throughout the year we have covered lots of text types. Have a look at the BBC website to see a range. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zr77hyc Watch the learning clips to refresh what each one is.
- Attached is a workpack from Talk for Writing for you to complete daily.
- Parents can sign up to TWINKL for a free trial. Here there are loads of SPaG lessons for you to complete as well as powerpoints and activity sheets. https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/planit-english-primary-teaching-resources/planit-spag-primary-teaching-resources/planit-spag-primary-teaching-resources-year-five
- Use this time to recap any of the topics that you are struggling with - I have attached a break down of SPaG topics covered throughout school.
- Please read as much as possible while at home.
- Serial Mash have plenty of online books for you to dive in.
- Choose an area that we have covered in history or geography, if you don't want to choose a topic/era/country and complete a historical or geography inquiry (a research based project).
- Some examples: How does the tourism industry benefit (country)? Could the Fire of London be controlled sooner? How has the role of women changed since WW1? Is is sustainable to build houses on stilts in countries prone to flooding?
- If you are struggling to think about a specific question, you could create a powerpoint about the whole topic.
- Creative also includes art and DT. Let your artistic juices flow and try to create a range of art pieces in different mediums.