Weekly Highlights and Homework 16.10.20 

This week has flown by... I can't believe it's Friday already. In English, the children have been editing and enhancing their persuasive letters. Each child has listened so well to verbal and written feedback given in class and a high standard of work has been produced. I am so proud!  In Maths, we have progressed to adding and subtracting using 4 digits. We have also recapped our understanding of exchanging and seeing numbers being represented in a variety of ways.  In Topic, we focused on Vera Lynn in music and sung along to one of her most famous songs 'We'll meet again' I must say Year 5 have beautiful singing voices. In addition to this, today, we explored the army and the vital role they played in winning the war. 

Have a great weekend and I will see you all on Monday.

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Please note, all homework below is to be completed in homework books. You do not need to print anything in order for you to complete any task. Your child has been told which group they are in for homework. It is written in their homework book in case they can not remember.

All Groups

Next week, we will be spending time in class accessing an eBook on Oxford Owl.

Class login: mrswebley5

Password: mrswebley5

Please access the book entitled 'Air Raid' and only read Chapter 1 which is called 'The bomb'. There is an audio button for those who wish to listen to the book being read (I would advise that Radiant Red use this function and follow along)

Below are a series of screenshots which show you step by step how to access the book. 

Alternatively, use the link below which should take you directly there. 

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Oxford Owl for School and Home

Discover expert advice, educational resources and free eBooks to support children's learning at primary school and at home, from Oxford University Press.

Marvellous Mustard Tasks:

Weekly Spellings Practise and Handwriting (10 mins) 'words with silent letters'

Practise your weekly spellings, do ensure you write the word three or four times. Use this opportunity to practise your handwriting too. Your letters must be joined!

Sentence Work (15 mins)

Now write all 10 spellings words into context. Remember challenge yourself to make the sentences as impressive as you can.

  • -At least three sentences must contain fronted adverbials.
  • -At least three sentences must include FANBOYS (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so).
  • -The final four sentences must also contain Y5/6 statutory spellings.

Reading (15- 20 mins)

This week I would like you to complete the Reading Comprehension called 'D-DAY'.

Arithmetic (10 mins)

Please log on to Timetable Rock stars (TTRS) at least once within the next week. In Y5, our Key Instant Recall Fact (KIRF) is to be able to recall all multiplication facts instantly. TTRS will really help you to reach this goal. If you have already achieved this, aim to become even quicker. Beat your own personal best!

Maths (15 mins)

We have come to the end of our place value unit, please complete the following questions in your homework books. Try and recall everything we have done in class together. The answers are attached. Complete all of the questions. 

​Terrific Teal:

Weekly Spellings Practise and Handwriting (10 mins) 'words with silent letters'

Practise your weekly spellings, do ensure you write the word three or four times. Use this opportunity to practise your handwriting too. Your letters must be joined!

Sentence Work (15 mins)

Now write all 10 spellings words into context. Remember challenge yourself to make the sentences as impressive as you can.

  • -At least three sentences must contain fronted adverbials.
  • -At least three sentences must include FANBOYS (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so).
  • -The final four sentences must also contain Y5/6 statutory spellings.

Reading (15- 20 mins)

This week I would like you to complete the Reading Comprehension called 'D-DAY'.

Arithmetic (10 mins)

Please log on to Timetable Rock stars (TTRS) at least once within the next week. In Y5, our Key Instant Recall Fact (KIRF) is to be able to recall all multiplication facts instantly. TTRS will really help you to reach this goal. If you have already achieved this, aim to become even quicker. Beat your own personal best!

Maths (15 mins)

We have come to the end of our place value unit, please complete the following questions in your homework books. Try and recall everything we have done in class together. The answers are attached. Try and complete at least 4 questions. 

  • Radiant Red Tasks:
  • Weekly Spellings Practise and Handwriting (10 mins) 'homophones'
  • Practise your weekly spellings, do ensure you write the word three or four times. Use this opportunity to practise your handwriting too. Your letters should be joined.

  • Sentence Work (15 mins) Now write all 10 spellings words into context. Remember challenge yourself to make the sentences as impressive as you can.
  • -At least three sentences must contain an adjective (remember this is a describing word).
  • -At least three sentences must include conjunctions (and, but, yet, so).
  • -The final four sentences must also contain Y3/4 statutory spellings.

Reading (15-20 mins)

This week I would like you to complete the Reading Comprehension called 'D-DAY'.

Arithmetic (10 mins)

Please log on to Timetable Rock stars (TTRS) at least once within the next week. In Y5, our Key Instant Recall Fact (KIRF) is to be able to recall all multiplications facts instantly. TTRS will really help you to reach this goal.

Maths (15 mins)

We have come to the end of our place value unit, please complete the following questions in your homework books. Try and recall everything we have done in class together. The answers are attached. You do not have to complete both, the second Place Value questions are there if you find the first one too simple. 

Pirate Day Reminder!
Year 6 LK Hebrew Reading Homework
 

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Tuesday, 20 October 2020