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Class Teacher: Miss S Kelly

Teaching Assistant: Mr Skirkowski  (Shared with Class 6)

 

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Homework 23rd October

Maths homework

​Year 5 Maths Multiplication & Division Workbook pages 12 & 13 (to be neatly completed in your homework exercise book).

Once you have attempted all of the questions, check your answers using the answer book.

English Homework

Following on from the work that you have done in class, this week, you will complete an activity on ‘Using Fronted Adverbials’, which can be found here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjbny9q

Carefully watch the two video clips, making sure that you read all of the information, about fronted adverbials, which comes before and after the clips.

Now, have a go at the three activities – you should use your homework exercise book to complete activities 2 and 3.

Reading

Make sure that you are reading, for at least 20 minutes, every evening, at home.

Spellings

Learn the following spellings, for a test on Friday 6th November:

mention

minute

natural

naughty

notice

occasion

occasionally

opposite

ordinary

particular

Make sure that you know how to pronounce each word correctly and that you know the meaning of each word.

Homework 16th October

Maths homework

​Year 5 Maths Multiplication & Division Workbook page 19 (to be neatly completed in your homework exercise book).

Once you have attempted all of the questions, check your answers using the answer book.

English Homework

Following on from the work that you have done in class, this week, you will complete an activity on ‘How to use commas in sentences’, which can be found here:

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zc773k7

Carefully watch the video clip and read all of the information, about commas, which follows the clip.

​Now, complete the activity and have a go at the quiz – how well can you do?

Reading

Make sure that you are reading, for at least 20 minutes, every evening, at home.

Spellings

Learn the following spellings, for a test on Friday 23rd October:

imagine

increase

important

interest

island

knowledge

length

library

material

medicine

Make sure that you know how to pronounce each word correctly and that you know the meaning of each word.

Homework – 9th October 2020

Maths Homework

Year 5 Maths Multiplication & Division Workbook page 9 (to be neatly completed in your homework exercise book).

Once you have attempted all of the questions, check your answers using the answer book.

English Homework

Following from the work that we’ve been doing in class, this week, exploring the use of standard and non-standard English, carefully read the instructions on the ‘Recognising Standard English’ activity sheet. then complete each section.

You can do this on the sheet, if you are able to print it, or complete it in your homework exercise book, if you can’t.

Once you’ve finished – you can check your answers, which can be found at the end of the pack…but no peaking until you have attempted them first!

Reading

Make sure that you are reading, for at least 20 minutes, every evening, at home.

Spellings

Learn the following spellings, for a test on Friday 16th October:

experiment
extreme
favourite
February
fruit
grammar
guide
heard
heart
height

Make sure that you know how to pronounce each word correctly and that you know the meaning of each word.

Homework – 2nd October 2020

Maths homework

  • ​Year 5 Maths Addition & Subtraction Workbook page 4 (to be neatly completed in your homework exercise book).
  • Once you have attempted all of the questions, check your answers using the answer book.
  • SEE LAST WEEK’S HOMEWORK SECTION FOR THE WORKBOOK & ANSWER BOOK.
  • ​Select the video clips with the titles: ‘subtract two 4-digit numbers (one exchange)’ & ‘subtract two 4-digit numbers (more than one exchange)’

English Homework

  • ​Adjectives are a great way to improve your writing, by describing people, objects or things.
  • Be an ‘Adjective Detective’, by finding out about the different types of adjectives, that we can use, then completing both the quiz and the game, which can be found by clicking on this link:

Reading

  • ​Make sure that you are reading, for at least 20 minutes, every evening, at home.

Spellings

  • ​​Learn the following spellings, for a test on Friday 9th October:

consider
continue
decide
describe
different
difficult 
disappear
enough
exercise
experience

  • ​Make sure that you know how to pronounce each word correctly and that you know the meaning of each word.

Homework – 25th September 2020

Maths homework

  • ​Year 5 Maths Addition & Subtraction Workbook page 3 (to be neatly completed in your homework exercise book). Once you have attempted all of the questions, check your answers using the answer book.
  • ​If you would like a reminder of the work that we’ve been doing in class, this week, which will support this week’s maths homework activity, then go to this link:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-4/

  • ​Select the video clip with the title ‘add whole numbers with more than 4 digits’.

English Homework

  • ​Following on from the work that we have done in class, you will complete an activity on verbs and tenses, which can be found here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zh4thbk

  • ​Carefully watch the two video clips.
  • ​Now, complete activities 1, 2 & 3. Use your homework exercise book to neatly record your answers.

Reading

  • ​Make sure that you are reading, for at least 20 minutes, every evening, at home.

Spellings

  • ​​Learn the following spellings, for a test on Friday 2nd October:

build

busy

business

calendar

caught

centre

century 

certain 

circle 

complete 

  • ​Make sure that you know how to pronounce each word correctly and that you know the meaning of each word.

Homework (18/9/20)

Maths homework

  • ​Year 5 Maths Number & Place Value Workbook pages 3 & 9 (to be neatly completed in your new homework exercise book).
  • ​If you would like a reminder of the work that we’ve been doing in class, this week, which will support this week’s maths homework activities, then go to this link:
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-2/
  • ​Select the video clip with the title ‘numbers to a million’.

English Homework

  • ​Following on from the work that we have done in class, you will complete an activity on writing direct speech, which can be found here:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z8d78hv
  • ​Carefully watch the two video clips.
  • ​Now, test your knowledge of direct speech and inverted commas (speech marks) by completing the quiz in activity 1 – this can be found below the 2nd video clip. (Use your homework exercise book to neatly record your answers.)

Spellings

  • ​​Learn the following spellings, for a test on Friday 25th September:

accident

actual

address

answer

appear

arrive

believe

bicycle

breath

breathe ​

Make sure that you know how to pronounce each word correctly and that you know the meaning of each word.