Year 5

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Here is the First News edition for 3rd - 9th April.

 

You can give weekly feedback to your teacher about how you are getting on with your home learning by submitting the form called Home Learning Contact form which you can find by clicking on the tile on your j2e launch page. Don't forget to look at J2Stars to see if you have been left any points.

Welcome to Year 5's Home Learning page!

Each morning, we will put the learning that the you will complete from home onto this page. In order to complete the work, you will be using a range of different websites.

Some of the key websites that you will use are listed above.

Information on how to access these websites has been included in the books that you have taken home.

Poem of the week:

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Shadows on the wall
Noises down the hall
Life doesn't frighten me at all

Bad dogs barking loud

Big ghosts in a cloud

Life doesn't frighten me at all

Mean old Mother Goose
Lions on the loose
They don't frighten me at all

Dragons breathing flame

On my counterpane

That doesn't frighten me at all.

I go boo
Make them shoo
I make fun
Way they run
I won't cry
So they fly
I just smile
They go wild

Life doesn't frighten me at all.

Tough guys fight
All alone at night
Life doesn't frighten me at all.

Panthers in the park

Strangers in the dark

No, they don't frighten me at all.

That new classroom where
Boys all pull my hair
(Kissy little girls
With their hair in curls)
They don't frighten me at all.

Don't show me frogs and snakes

And listen for my scream,

If I'm afraid at all it's only in my dreams.

I've got a magic charm
That I keep up my sleeve
I can walk the ocean floor
And never have to breathe.

Life doesn't frighten me at all

Not at all

Not at all.

Life doesn't frighten me at all.

By Mya Angelou

Why don't you recreat your own version or illustrate this one.

Thursday 9th April 2020

Reading
Carry on reading the novel ‘Pictures’ by Linda Aksomitis on Bug Club.
Read chapters 4 and 5, then answer any questions that are set.  Afterwards, create an alternative cover and blurb for this book and think about how you are going to persuade people to read it.


Literacy
Then complete the grammar activity, “Expanding noun phrases” Click on the link to complete: 
https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/resource/212601

Maths
5 a day - Zebras, Lions and Tigers

1. 67.346 ÷ 10 =
2. Order these decimals from largest to smallest
0.10.180.5810.0380.130.01
3. Fill in the missing Roman Numeral 
CXV + XXV = CC - __________ =
4. Round 356.81 to one decimal place
5. Write 2 fractions which are equivalent to 0.6 

5 a day – Gazelles

1. Write 79 in Roman Numerals
2. What is the value of the digit 1 in 920, 714?
3. What is 87% as a decimal?
4. Round 67.89 to the nearest whole number
5. What is the difference between -17 and 21? Use a number line to help you.

Here is today’s daily challenge for you to complete:

Today you are going to recap on measures. Please go onto MyMaths and read through the lesson carefully.
https://app.mymaths.co.uk/254-lesson/measuring-angles

Once you have done this, complete the homework. Your teacher will leave you feedback on this homework tomorrow. Remember you can find this by clicking on ‘My feed’ on the right of your screen.

Maths answers from yesterday (Wednesday).

5 a day - Zebras, Lions and Tigers

1. 9472 x 21 = 198,912
2. 45,214 ÷ 1000 = 45.214
3. Order these decimals from largest to smallest
8.1  8.18  8.881  8.08  8.13  8.01
8.01        8.08  8.1  8.13  8.18  8.881
4. Write down three composite numbers 4, 6, 10 or any other composite number
5. MMCXXI x XXV = 10, 605

5 a day – Gazelles

1. Write 2039 in Roman Numerals MMXXXIX
2. What is the value of the digit 7 in 920, 714? 700
3. What is 25% as a fraction? ¼
4. Round 23.78 to the nearest whole number 24
5. What is 73% as a decimal? 0.73

Maths challenge answer from Wednesday 8th

Wednesday 8th April 2020

Reading

Read chapter 3 of Pictures. Make sure you click on any bugs and answer the questions. Your teacher will give you feedback on your written answers.

Literacy 

After reading chapter 3 of Pictures you can write and alternative setting description. Think about the following things when trying to create tension:
-sentence length
-using the five senses
- have a change of pace in action. Everything is very slow then all of a sudden things are fast.

Log onto the spelling and grammar section of Bug club and complete the degrees of possibility game.
https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/resource/212602

Maths 

Yesterday’s 5 a day answers
Zebras, Lions and Tigers 
1. 460,570
2. 0.1456
3. 7,250,916
4. No, no, yes
5. 2, 5, 17

Gazelles

1. 6.01, 6.12, 6.33, 6.6, 6.65, 6.97
2. 34,461
3. 2.45
4. 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,23,29,31,37,41
5. 900,000 or 9 hundred thousand

Today’s 5 a day -
Zebras, Lions and Tigers
1. 9472 x 21 =
2. 45,214 ÷ 1000 =
3. Order these decimals from largest to smallest
8.1 8.18 8.881 8.08 8.13 8.01
4. Write down three composite numbers
5. MMCXXI x XXV =

Gazelles
1. Write 2039 in Roman Numerals
2. What is the value of the digit 7 in 920, 714?
3. What is 25% as a fraction?
4. Round 23.78 to the nearest whole number
5. What is 73% as a decimal?

Here is today’s daily challenge for you to complete:

Today you will be revisiting your knowledge of angles. Log on to my maths and go through the lesson on Angles 4. When you have finished complete the online homework. Your teacher will give you feedback on this when you have completed the work.

Tuesday 7th April 2020

Reading
Carry on reading our new novel called ‘Pictures’ by Linda Aksomitis on Bug Club.
Read Chapter 2 and complete any questions that are set (look for the green bug).  Afterwards, write a character description of the main character in the story, or draw them and label their key characteristics including appearance and personality.
Literacy
Then complete the punctuation work on “Commas for clarity” Click on the following link:
https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/resource/212605

Maths 

5 a day - Zebras, Lions and Tigers

1. 5830 x 79 =
2. 14.56 ÷ 100 =
3. Write seven million two hundred and fifty thousand nine hundred and sixteen in digits.
4. Are these composite numbers? Write yes or no next to each number: 3 ____, 47 ____, 98 _____.

5. Circle all the prime numbers

1                 2                 5                17            25              46

5 a day – Gazelles

1. Order these decimals from smallest to largest
       a) 6.65     b)6.12  c) 6.33     d) 6.01   e) 6.6  f) 6.97
2. 3829 x 9 =
3.   245 ÷ 100 =
4. Write down 3 prime numbers
5.  What is the value of the digit 9 in 981, 382?

Here is today’s daily challenge for you to complete:

Today you are going to recap on angles. Please go onto MyMaths and read through the lesson called Angles 3 carefully.
https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

Once you have done this, complete the homework. Your teacher will leave you feedback on this homework tomorrow. Remember you can find this by clicking on ‘My feed’ on the right of your screen.

Maths answers for yesterday’s 5-a-day and Problem of the day.
Zebras, Lions and Tigers
Q1. 460, 570 Q2. 0.1456  Q3. 7,250,916  Q4. 3-No, 47-No, 98-Yes. Q5. 2, 5 & 17
Gazelles
Q1. 43661 & 41661    Q2. 17,248    Q3. 67.5   Q4. Any number other than a prime number.  Q5. 2= two thousand.

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