We’ve made it to Friday! Well done everyone – get today’s learning finished then look forward to the weekend!

TODAY’S HOME LEARNING: MATHS, ENGLISH, MUSIC, STILLING TIME

MATHS

Starter: Times Tables Practise – here’s a new idea for practising your tables:

L.I. – To add fractions with different denominators.

Everyone needs to watch the video. you can have a go at the tasks set in the video.

MILD

BBC BITESIZE

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z42vgwx

Watch the 2 videos and then a have a go at the worksheet below:

SPICY/HOT

It would be helpful to draw the bars if you cannot print the sheets.

SPICY Q 1-3

HOT  Q4-6

Further Challenge:

Here’s an activity to get you really thinking. There are some obvious answers but then try to think a little wider!

https://nrich.maths.org/13059

ENGLISH

MILD

Treat today like a Big Write. Choose something you would like to write about. It might be something you have done this week, a film you have watched or maybe even a short story – you can choose! You could set things up like we do in class with some calming music.

• Use capital letters and full stops
• Check spellings
• Write in paragraphs
• Use expanded noun phrases e.g. large, crooked tree
• Use brackets for extra information

SPICY / HOT

Read and enjoy Chapters 6 and 7 of the story, Mr Victor Hazel and The Baby Austin.

You can listen to a reading of these chapters here:

Use wordhippo.com to help with any words you are unsure of such as, ‘snob’, ‘hiding’ and ‘veiled’. Make a note of the definition and synonyms of the words selected.

Based on these two chapters, predict what might happen next.

If he does, where is he?
Why didn’t he return home?
Will they be able to leave Hazel’s Wood without being caught?

Once you have thought about these questions, have a go at writing your own version of the next chapter of the story.
If you have read this story before, create your own new idea for the next chapter.

Remember:

• Check punctuation
• Use paragraphs
• Try to include key grammar for Year 5 –  relative clauses, parenthesis, expanded noun phrases.

MUSIC

You’ve got to have some music in your life! Hope you enjoy today’s lesson.

STILLING TIME