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Tuesday 9th November

Year 5 Spellings

LO: To spell words with silent letters

  1. Use the PowerPoint to guide you through the Spelling Lesson.
  2. Follow the instructions carefully, making notes to help you remember key information, vocabulary and spellings.
  3. Use the attached documents to support your spelling learning and your handwriting. (You can still try to find the words even if you can't print)
  4. Test yourself on all 20 of the spelling words and then use your spelling journal to start learning them.
  5. Bring all of your work when you return to school.

Year 6 Spellings

LO: To spell words ending in -able

  1. Use the PowerPoint to guide you through the Spelling Lesson.
  2. Follow the instructions carefully, making notes to help you remember key information, vocabulary and spellings.
  3. Use the attached documents to support your spelling learning and your handwriting. (You can still find the words in the wordsearch even if you can't print)
  4. Test yourself on all 20 of the spelling words and then use your spelling journal to start learning them.
  5. Bring all of your work when you return to school.

Alternative maths activities for Mrs Charmer's Group

See if you can remember how to multiply by 10!

Year 5 Maths lesson

LO: To multiply by 10, 100 and 1,000.

  1. Use the video to guide you through the maths lesson, stopping and starting when asked.
  2. Complete the questions.
  3. Mark your work.
  4. Go back and try again, any you got wrong.
  5. Have a go at the True or False question to check your understanding.

Year 5 Lesson Video

Year 6 Maths  lesson

LO: To use Long Division (2)

  1. Use the video to guide you through the maths lesson, stopping and starting when asked.
  2. Complete the questions.
  3. Mark your work.
  4. Go back and try again, any you got wrong.
  5. Have a go at the True or False question to check your understanding.

Year 6 Lesson Video

PSHE

LO: To understand that there are different perceptions of what 'normal' means

  1. Open the PDF document and complete the first question: 'complete the sentence'.
  2. Now, consider the following statements. which do you think are normal?
  • To go to work at the age of 10
  • To be frightened of the dark
  • To get at least 50 ‘likes’ for anything posted on the internet
  • To wear glasses
  • To want to have friends
  • Boys being good at drama and dance
  • To walk to school
  • To spend at least 2 hours every day on a mobile phone or social
    media
  • To eat dinner with your family around a table
  • To have two legs

 

3. We won't all have the same perceptions of 'normal' because what normal is for one person, may not be normal for someone else.  Normal is just what you are used to.   Check the answer to your first question. Does it need changing at all? Complete the second question.

 

4.  Read the information in the paragraph.

5.  Complete the True or False Quiz on the document.

6.  Open the PowerPoint and mark your quiz.

7.  Answer the final question on the sheet.

Geography

LO: To continue to research endangered animals

 

  • Take some time today to continue your research about Endangered Animals.
  • For those of you who started this research in class, use the link below to remind yourself about what you did.  The link takes you to the research lesson from last week.
  • If you started this lesson at home, then you may add to your research and can start to think about how you are going to present it. (We are doing this tomorrow.
  • If you  have already done this, then please use the time for completing your spelling journal for this week.

 

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