WELCOME TO YEAR 5 CLASS PAGE
Our teachers are Mrs Freestone (Monday and Tuesday) and Mrs Stafford (Wednesday - Friday) and our teaching assistant is Mrs Fixter.
Welcome to the Year 5 home learning page. The children were sent home with a book to work from so they can do the tasks set in this. We will add links for those able to print out. If you can't please do not worry, the children can do any writing and maths answers in the book. Make sure they write the date in their book like they do in school.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. If you can send us any photos of the children's work we will put these on the class page to develop a gallery.
Please contact us if you have any questions
Wednesday 24th February 2021
Great maths work from Maddie today. Well done petal
Friday 12th February 2021
Wow year 5!! Thank you for the fabulous Biography Hot Writes you sent me. I have marked them and returned them to your Teams accounts. You should be very proud of yourselves and deserve a lovely week off. Look forward to seeing you soon. Mrs Stafford and Mrs Freestone xxx
Wednesday 10th February 2021
A fantastic Pikeman Job Advertisement from Reece! I love it Reece, he looks so happy in his work
Friday 5th February 2021.
Amazing Bake off entries Nina, Madison, Reece, Sophia, Amelia, Jev, Taylor, Nikita and Lilianna! They look sooo yummy. I wish I could taste them!! Im glad you enjoyed making them. Have a great weekend xxx
Children's work. 4th February 2021.
Thank you for the wonderful Topic work Reece and Justas. Looking great!
Friday 29th January 2021
Thank you for the pictures of your art work Justas and Reece You are both very talented, I can really see the Gustav Klimt inspiration
Thursday 28th January 2021
Have a look at the Elf Reports we have written! Well done year 5, you worked so hard and have produced some fantastic writing. Lovely RE too from Reece!
Monday 25th January 2021
Great work sent in from Taylor W!!! You have caught up so well Taylor. Keep it up petal!! Another fantastic first draft of a Sprite report from Reece. Amazing vocab Reece, I love it
Super English Gabija
You're working hard! I love your bossy commands!!
More fantastic work sent in from Reece and Justas. Your doing a great job! Remember to send me pictures of your work and I will reply with an email giving you feed back.
Thursday 14th January 2021
Good morning. Please click on the swans below to see this week's work from Mrs Stafford. I will add to them every evening ready for the next day. It was fantastic to see you on TEAMS today if you came to our lessons. As promised I have put the work you have sent me into a slide show below. Well done Justas for uploading it all onto teams!!! Clever! Thank you Lillianna for sharing your Nans beautiful portraits! Super work Reece I can really see where you followed the videos instructions and great maths, art and spellings from Gabija
Hope you have all had a lovely weekend, ready for some more online learning fun this week!
TEAMS MEETING - Log into Microsoft Teams at 10am today, for a welcome meeting and do to the Daily 10 alongside me- it would be great to introduce you all to live Teams sessions and say hello! I will send out an email about this to all parents / carers.
Reading – Read the text below and then create a fact file all about King Charles I.
Spelling – Last week we started our work on words ending in ant and ance. See the dots and dashes work below.
Maths 1 - Watch the video about Multiply 2-digits (area model) - second part of worksheet- vimeo.com/488076765 Then answer the questions on the worksheet below. You can complete this on Teams, print it out or write it in your books.
Maths 2 – Daily 10 (during teams meeting) answer the questions in your book, then we can mark the answers together.
Science – Keeping Cool- Watch the Ice Trolls Investigation below and set up your own experiment with ice poles or ice cubes and see which material keeps the ice coldest for longest. Make sure you make a prediction before you start.
TEAMS MEETING - Log into Microsoft Teams at 10am today to do the Daily 10 alongside me!
Spelling – Word changer activity with ‘ant’ and ‘ance’ words, think carefully about what the adjectives and the nouns would be.
Maths 1 - Watch the video about Multiply 2-digits by 2-digits.- https://vimeo.com/488553863 Then answer the questions on the worksheet below. You can complete this on Teams, print it out or write it in your books.
Maths 2 – Daily 10 (during teams meeting) answer the questions in your book, then we can mark the answers together.
Computing – On Purple Mash in the search bar type in 2DIY3D. We are going to start creating our own games. Launch the 2DIY3D app and have a play this week at adding in walls to your game, you can change the fire to your own image. When you press the green play button you will see what your game looks like.
Maths- Multiply 3-digits by 2-digits
Watch the video - https://vimeo.com/488555095
Maths- Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits (basic practice)
Watch the video - https://vimeo.com/488667737
Maths- Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits
Watch the video - https://vimeo.com/488668598
Friday 7th January 2021
Good morning kids. It was great to get pictures from Reece and Nikita yesterday. Thanks boys you made me very happy and produced some super work
Here is your work for today. Please remember to work as neatly as you can, date each piece of work and give it a title.
Spellings: Practicing words with double letters
English: I have managed to add the link today so you can listen to Cave Elves by clicking below!! We are going to continue using the Cave Elf text to get a really good idea of what Cave Elves are like and how they live. Today I want you to read or listen to the text again and this time using what you have read or heard write down a menu that you think a Cave Elf would like. Then have a look at activity 5 and write me a detailed list of items that a Cave Elf would need in his/her knapsack - a picture would be lovely too.
Art: In art this term we are going to be looking at portraits. Look at the portraits below
(download the document for a larger version) Think about how artists have shown the person. As a mother? As a friend? As an important person? Friendly? Funny? Frightening? Thoughtful?
Think about why portraits are made, eg to record an important time in a person's life, to project a powerful image of the person, to show people as wealthy, clever or hard working.
Choose one portrait and describe these details in your book:
•the person or people and the objects they are holding, what they are wearing, where they are,
•the main shapes and colours in the image
•how the image makes you feel about the person portrayed. What sort of person is this? What is the person doing? What does the image tell you about the person? Would you like to meet them? Why/why not? What would you ask them?
You are going to practice drawing a portrait today. Watch video ( or click on the link at the bottom):
In pencil have a go at drawing portraits in your book.
Think about how can you make a portrait more “personal”/ look like the person you are drawing. Facial features e.g. freckles, shape of nose, mouth and eyes. Types of hair and clothing.
Experiment drawing yourself and send me pictures! I can't wait!
Maths: Complete the maths Mrs Freestone set on Monday.
Please send me pictures of all of your work, I love to see them. Have fun xxx
Thursday 7th January 2021
Good morning petals. I hope you got on with your work OK yesterday. It was good to hear from Justas, I'm glad I could help with your question The answers to yesterdays spelling activity and English activity are below.
Your spellings today are practicing choosing the correct words for each sentence. I will post the answers tomorrow. Make sure you spell them correctly!
Please type in this web address: https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/whisperer/s-im7KkHzc880
or click on the link at the bottom of today’s work and listen to Pie Corbett reading the text you read yesterday: Cave Elves.
I would like you to complete the activity below making sure that you clearly label the picture using information and phrases from the text.
Then complete activity 3 by copying the map into your book and marking clearly where you think the cave elves might live. You will need to listen to the text or read it again to work out where a good place would be. Don’t forget to give me three reasons.
The painting you looked at yesterday was by the artist William Frederick Yearnes and it was painted in 1878! It is called "When did you last see your father?" and shows a family who have been captured by the enemy during the English Civil war. The boy is being questioned about the where his father is. We will look at this painting again later on in the topic. Soooo our topic this term called We are going to Newark in the 1600's and we are going to be finding out about life in Newark during this time and about The Civil War. Today I would like you to look at our Topic Knowledge organiser which has lots of important information all about the 1600's and the Civil War. When you have read it write down 5 questions that an adult in your house could answer by reading the knowledge organiser themselves. They could write the answers in your book. If no adult can do this write the questions and email them to me or send me a photo of them and I will have a go!
Dont forget to click on the documents at the bottom of todays work to see larger versions and PLEASE send me pictures of your work! Have fun xxxx
Wednesday 6th January 2021.
Hello lovelies! I'm so sad that I haven't got to see you all after Christmas, but I hope you had a great time and Santa came!! So here we are under lockdown again and just like last time I will post work on here for you on Wednesdays, Thursday and Fridays and Mrs Freestone will post work on Monday and Tuesdays. Please email us if you have any problems or if you need to collect a new work book from school.
For each piece of work write the date and a title.
Why have I shown you this picture at the start of our topic. I will explain more about the painting tomorrow!
Please complete your maths from Mrs Freestone
You can download the documents at the bottom of the pictures to see enlarged versions
Tuesday 5th January 2021
Hello Class 5. Please get in touch if you need help with anything and we would love to see the work you are doing. Here is your work for today and please see below for the maths for this week.
Yesterday we luckily got to start our work on properties and changes in materials. Today you can look around your home for different objects and complete the table below. Remember some of the key words we looked at on Monday; insulator, conductor, flammable, transparent, flexible etc. (Our knowledge organiser is below in Mondays lessons if you would like to look at this to remind you)
Maths week beginning 4th January 2021
Happy New Year Class 5!
Please see below for the Maths for this week;
Our new topic for Science this term is properties and changes of materials, have a look at our knowledge organiser for this topic and write 10 guided reading questions based on the text, e.g In what year were post it notes invented?
Friday 20th November
Lovely to see Nikita working hard and this fabulous PSHE work from Reece and Nina.
Well done kids, super proud teacher!!
Please look below the photos for today's work
More extreme reading!!!
Hope you found a nice pumpkin Lilianna! xxx
If children are working from home due to covid restrictions please follow the link below for lessons on bitesize.
Also keep reading and practise your times tables on TTRockstars!
Almost half term already!
The children have settled fantastically in year 5 and have already produced some amazing work. We are learning all about World War 2 this term so look out for photographs of work that will be posted soon.