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Week beginning 28th June

We recommend reading for at least 30 minutes each day, which can be spread out over the day if you prefer rather than all in one go. Of course, if you get caught up in a good book, there is no time limit!

Suggested timetable

 

Monday

Maths

Guided Reading

English

Spelling

PSHE

PE

Tuesday

PE

Guided Reading

RE

Spelling

Maths

English

Wednesday

Maths

Guided Reading

English

Spelling

Geography

Art

Thursday

Maths

Guided Reading

English

Spelling

History

Archie

Friday

Mental Maths (optional! Just if you like proving how clever you are…)

Big Write (optional! Just if you love writing…)

Mindfulness

(Optional! Just if you want to chill out…)

Creative time – make a bug hotel in your garden. Or look online at BBC Radio 2’s Design a  Garden for a Bee competition – if you win they will make your garden a reality!

Week commencing 28th June overview

English

 

This week we will write our own discussion text. The power point will give you support to structure the text so keep referring back to it.

Guided Reading

The VIPERS questions are here, along with the section of text you will need to read to answer them.

Maths

This week we are exploring measurements and converting into different units of measurement. Each day there are your usual times tables or cold task to do, then the power point gives you the daily mental starters. The video links for each day are on the overview, or you can google White Rose Maths home learning videos Year 5 kilometres and kilograms. If you have any problems, please let us know via the Contact the Teacher email address on the class page.

Geography

 

This week you will be learning about 4 figure grid references. Read the information in the power point then try the activity, using the maps provided. Do the 1 star activity with 1 star map if you are not very confident, if you are quite confident do the 2 star activity, scroll down to the matching 2 star map and if you are super confident try the 3 star activity (scroll down to find the matching map).

You can either print these documents or just write the answers from looking at the information on the screen.

History

Here is an exciting lesson all about Alexander the Great! You will find out why he is known by this name today.

Read the power point to find out about this famous man, can you involve members of your family to help you act out the play? (If not do all the parts yourself!) Then can you name:  3 places that Alexander conquered; 2 significant people in Alexander’s upbringing; 1 reason why Alexander is known as ‘the Great’.

RE

Research and explore the art works and answer the questions to help you consider the art in ways you might not have thought of before.

PSHE

Following the work you have done so far about possible careers and stereotypes, this week there is lots of information for you about possible routes into different careers. 

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