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Greenways Primary School

YEAR 5 - LEARNING @ HOME

Every day you can...

  • Read something for pleasure.
  • Write something interesting.
  • Do some exercise.
  • Have a conversation with someone.

Remember you can also...

  • Log into Bug Club. You can use it on a phone, tablet or computer. Continue to work through all the books for you. Don't forget to write what you have been reading in your exercise book.
  • Read with somebody at home, these could be books, instructions, recipes, comics or First News and discuss your thoughts.
  • Log into Timestables Rockstars and practise your timestables and division facts.  By the end of Year 4, you should know all your timestables up to 12x12.
  • Log into MyMaths and complete the tasks you have been set.
  • Access learning from any year group should you feel this is appropriate to meet your child's needs.
  • Access lessons on White Rose Maths.
  • Click here to access a list of spellings that you could spend some time learning.

Are you feeling worried about something?

With everything that is happening at the moment, it is perfectly normal to be worried. If there are things which are making you feel sad, angry or upset, then please let us know what it is. We will read your worries to see if there is anything we can do to help. Click the button below to share your worry with someone at school.

Online Safety

Feel free to have a go at these online safety tasks - they will be updated weekly.

Chapter 3 - What should you keep safe?

Think:

- Relate this back to your personal life offline. What would you not share with strangers? Why?

- Where can you share information?

- Why are online names important?

Wednesday 27th May

  • Find the area of the rooms in your house by multiplying the length by the width. If you do not have a tape measure, you could use your own unit of measurement, such as the length of your foot or the size of a DVD case.
  • Create a collage representing your experience from the last few weeks. You could use newspapers, magazines, kitchen foil or pictures you may have taken. You might add some key words and phrases using text taken from a newspaper.
  • Chaos, achor, stomach - what is similar about all of these "ch" words? Can you think of any others?

Monday 25th May

  • This week's project-based learning is all about the Ming Dynasty. Click here to open it.
  • This week you could learn spellings that end with the suffixes -ably and -ibly. How many -ably and -ibly words words can you think of? What is the rule for using -ably and -ibly? Use the internet to help you find out -ably and -ibly words and the difference between them.

 Wednesday 20th May

  • Write a playscript for a sequel to your class production. Be sure to include the correct punctuation, stage directions and an introduction at the start of each scene. Click here for a list of features you will need to include.
  • Write down the names of some numbers in words (for example 8-eight) and order them alphabetically. Is there any connection between the size of a number and its position alphabetically?

Monday 18th May

  • This week's project-based learning is all about mental health. Click here to open it.
  • This week you could learn spellings that end with the suffixes -able and -ible. How many -able and -ible words words can you think of? What is the rule for using -able and -ible? Use the internet to help you find out -able and -ible words and the difference between them.

Previous project-based learning tasks

  • Click here to access a folder containing all of the previous project-based learning tasks.