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Week beginning 13th July

Good morning everyone,

 

I hope you had a lovely weekend. Below is the work for those of you working from home this week. There is a sporting theme as it would have been our Sports Day this week. There are a series of Maths lessons on the Year 5 Oak Academy Site that link to converting metric units of measure that you may also wish to have a look at.

 

Best wishes.

 

Mr Williams

 

Year 6

 

Subject What to do: Suggested time
Literacy

Spellings-look at your spelling lists and also research on the internet or use a dictionary to find words that end with 'cious' and 'tious'

 

Writing- Include 6 of your chosen spellings in 6 different well punctuated sentences.

 

This week would have been 'Sports day'- so with this in mind, write a story that includes a sporting adventure. It could be a bike ride that goes terribly wrong, a child whose dream comes true when they play for their favourite football team, a trip abroad to watch a sporting event, a birthday party at 'Jump Street' with an unexpected twist! I am sure you can be creative and come up with a brilliant idea. Use this as an opportunity to practise your handwriting, your spelling, your grammar and importantly, your punctuation.

 

Reading- Log onto Scholastic learning Zone- use the password you were provided with:

From 'My Zone' Click 'Pro Reading Library', then in the blue panel in the centre, click on the 'Books' icon.

Select online reading books from here (this works in the same way as a kindle). You don't have to read all the book in one go (just note down the page number so you can continue next time you log in. When you have read a book try the quiz.

 

SPaG online- a new test will be be made available on Monday morning.Take your time and try and improve your score from last time.

 

30 mins

 

20 mins

 

 

60 mins

 

 

 

 

20 mins x 5

 

 

 

 

 

45 mins

 

Numeracy

Quick fire percentages:

1. 10% of 650                              7. 21% of 250

2. 10% of 495                              8. 39% of 585

3. 20% of 530

4. 20% of 370

5. 30% of 80

6. 40% of 219

 

Challenge 1- What number (it's a decimal number) is half-way between 317 and 554

Challenge 2- Write down all factors of 720 (think about 72)

 

BBC Bitesize Lessons- There are 3 lessons on Angles to take a look at and then one on Nets.

7th July- Angles in Triangles, 8th July- Angles in Quadrilaterals, 9th July- Angles in Polygons, 13th July- Nets of 3D shapes

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

20 mins

 

 

 

60 mins

 

 

Topic

Research the World Records (times/distances) for both men and women for the following Athletic events:

100m                          High Jump

200m                          Long Jump

400m                          Javelin

1500m                        Discus

 

Create a table to display your findings.

 

Use a tape measure to measure out the long jump record- it doesn't seem possible does it?

 

45 mins

 

 

 

Creative

 

Create your own 'Sports Day' competition with your family. Think about some of the events you could organise in your home or garden. Be as creative as possible. I'd love to know what events you organise. It could involve running, jumping, skipping, trampolining, throwing, obstacle courses, or even water based events!

 

60 mins +

Project Please continue with any outstanding project work if you haven’t yet finished. 30 mins

 

 

 

Year 5

 

Subject What to do: Suggested time
Literacy

Spellings-look at your spelling lists and also research on the internet or use a dictionary to find words that end with 'cious' and 'tious'

Writing- Include 6 of your chosen spellings in 6 different well punctuated sentences.

 

This week would have been 'Sports day'- so with this in mind, write a story that includes a sporting adventure. It could be a bike ride that goes terribly wrong, a child whose dream comes true when they play for their favourite football team, a trip abroad to watch a sporting event, a birthday party at 'Jump Street' with an unexpected twist! I am sure you can be creative and come up with a brilliant idea. Use this as an opportunity to practise your handwriting, your spelling, your grammar and importantly, your punctuation.

 

Reading- Log onto Scholastic learning Zone- use the password you were provided with:

From 'My Zone' Click 'Pro Reading Library', then in the blue panel in the centre, click on the 'Books' icon.

Select online reading books from here (this works in the same way as a kindle). You don't have to read all the book in one go (just note down the page number so you can continue next time you log in. When you have read a book try the quiz.

 

Grammar-  try some of the relevant quizzes below:

 

https://www.educationquizzes.com/ks2/english/

 

 

 

 

30 mins

 

30 mins

 

 

60 mins

 

 

 

 

20 mins x 5

 

 

 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

Numeracy

Quickfire maths (line up the decimal points):

1. 467.6 + 239 .8

2. 628.8 - 442.9

3. 555.73 + 276.8

4. 735.6 - 268.37

 

5. 736 x 8

6. 2629 x 7

7. 73 x 26

8. 263 x 46

 

Maths challenge:

 

A- list all the factors of 48

B- list all the factors of 480

C list the first 10 multiples of 48 (how could you make this easier for yourself?)

 

BBC Bitesize lessons- 8th July- Reflection, 9th July- Translation, 13th July Converting Metric Units

 

Oak Academy Lessons- There are a series of lessons on 'Converting Units of Measure'- please dip into these to support your learning. It should also link to the topic work on 'Athletic World Records'.

 

Continue with your maths text book you were given- check your work before asking an adult to help you mark it.

 

 

 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

60 mins

 

 

 

 

 

30 mins x 2

 

Topic

Research the World Records (times/distances) for both men and women for the following Athletic events:

100m                          High Jump

200m                          Long Jump

400m                          Javelin

1500m                        Discus

 

Create a table to display your findings.

 

Use a tape measure to measure out the long jump record- it doesn't seem possible does it?

 

45 mins

Creative

Create your own 'Sports Day' competition with your family. Think about some of the events you could organise in your home or garden. Be as creative as possible. I'd love to know what events you organise. It could involve running, jumping, skipping, trampolining, throwing, obstacle courses, or even water based events!

60 mins +

Project

Please continue with any outstanding project work if you haven’t yet finished.

30 mins
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