FINAL WEEK! There will be two Challenges for you to have a go at each day this week. Here are Challenges 7 and 8. The whole school is doing these challenges. Post your creation for both Challenge 7 and 8 on Seesaw by 3.30pm today (Thursday).
Thursday 16th July 2020...Science for today. Lesson 7 of our Scientists and Inventors Unit. Look at the PowerPoint and then either print out sheets or do the work in your Red Book, using the sheet on here more like a reference in a text book.
FINAL WEEK! There will be two Challenges for you to have a go at each day this week. Here are Challenges 5 and 6. The whole school is doing these challenges. Post your creation for Challenge 5 on Seesaw by 3.30pm Monday. Challenge 6 needs to be posted by 3.30Pm on Friday.
Wednesday 15th July 2020...Science for today. Lesson 6 of our Scientists and Inventors Unit. Look at the PowerPoint and then either print out sheets or do the work in your Red Book, using the sheet on here more like a reference in a text book.
Tuesday 14th July 2020...Science for today. Lesson 5 of our Scientists and Inventors Unit. For those that have no access to a printer (or the ink is running low!) Look at the PowerPoint and then do the work in your Red Book, using the sheet on here more like a reference in a text book.
FINAL WEEk! There will be two Challenges for you to have a go at each day this week. Here are Challenges 3 and 4. The whole school is doing these challenges. Post your creation for Challenge 3 on Seesaw by 3.30pm Monday. Challenge 4 needs to be posted by 3.30Pm on Friday.
FINAL WEEk! There will be two Challenges for you to have a go at each day this week. Here are Challenges 1 and 2. The whole school is doing these challenges. Post your creation for Challenge 1 on Seesaw by 3.30pm Monday. Challenge 2 needs to be posted by 3.30Pm on Friday.
Friday 10th July 2020...MATHS...below you will find 2 Problem Solving Maths Challenges...These are aimed at YEAR 6 and UKS2 so they are trickier...choose carefully - answers are supplied. Lets hope you can find the solution!
Friday 10th July 2020...MATHS...below you will find an Escape Room Style Maths Challenge...This one, aimed at LKS2 is easier than the UKS2 and YEAR 6 ones...choose carefully - answers are supplied. Lets hope you can find the solution!
Friday 10th July 2020...SCIENCE...Lesson 3 of our Scientists and Inventors Unit. Today we take a look at the work of Marie Maynard Daly. She was an inspirational figure who studied the affects of different foods on the body. Look at the PowerPoint. Carry out the tasks as you go. We will see how much you know about healthy and unhealthy foods!
year 5\6 - Algebra...This is aimed at both YEAR 5 and YEAR 6.
I'm not sure how useful this will be but it is the video to support today's task. It's a 30 minute lesson introducing algebra. Interactive lesson.
Thursday 9th July 2020...MATHS YEAR 6...Today we work with algebra, substituting values into given expressions. Take a look at the PowerPoint then choose from the differentiated tasks or work through them all!
Wednesday and Thursday 8th-9th July 2020...ENGLISH...So this is a two day task. Firstly you need to look at the PowerPoint up to the page explaining the task. To complete this you need to open the copy of the Non-Chronolgical Jabberwocky Report provided. Your job is to write a final paragraph for THAT report. You must base it on theirs- not yours. Remember to summarise the information in the text and make sure you include the key points you want your reader to remember about the report. You could use a more personal style and address the reader directly. Then your next task is to put together your own report. You can write it by hand or use a computer. Don't forget to write a final summary paragraph for yours too. Look at the rest of the PowerPoint to help with any editing required. I can't wait to see them! Remember you can add any illustrations that you think will add to your report.OBVIOUSLY you MUST NOT COPY the report supplied. Use it to help you, but the ideas in yours MUST be your own.
Wednesday 8th July 2020...MATHS YEAR 5...The last of the 'Sweets Algebra Work' today. PowerPoint and follow-up task for all. APOLOGIES for no answers yesterday...I have added them to yesterday's work and supplied answers today too! There is also ALPHABET ALGEBRA for anyone wanting an extra challenge. Follow the tip at the top...find the value of the letters using information from previous letters solved...don't just try to do them in alphabetical order...Enjoy!
Wednesday 8th July 2020...MATHS YEAR 6...A look at Two Step Algebraic Expressions today. PowerPoint and differentiated follow-up tasks for all. There is also ALPHABET ALGEBRA for anyone wanting an extra challenge. Follow the tip at the top...find the value of the letters using information from previous letters solved...don't just try to do them in alphabetical order...Enjoy!
Tuesday 7th July 2020...MATHS YEAR 5...The next step today. Remember you also have the option of using the Year 6 Maths if you are finding this too easy, but do this first please and then use Year 6 as an extension activity.
Tuesday 7th July 2020...MATHS YEAR 6. We continue our work about algebraic expressions by practising finding one step rules. Remember to use the same technique as normal calculations that give you the answer and leave you having to fill a gap. Often you will need to use an inverse operation working backwards through the equation or in this case, the algebraic expression.
Tuesday 7th July 2020...ENGLISH. Today's lesson is about Organisational and Presentational Devices! That's a bit of a mouthful! The PowerPoint reminds you of the devices that you may use in your report and why they are useful. There is a written task and a short quiz at the end of the PowerPoint. It is really important that you check through your planning and have a think about which of the devices you will use and where. You could add this to your planning.
Monday 6th July 2020...ENGLISH...we continue to build our Non-chronological report. After last week's work, you should have complete planning AND the introduction written. Today we concentrate on the paragraph about the Jabberwock's APPEARANCE. You have already planned this, but today's lesson concentrates on Relative Clauses and how you can use these to add detail to your planned section about its Appearance. Follow the PowerPoint, complete the task and then write your 'Appearance' paragraph.
Friday 3rd July 2020...MATHS YEAR 6...it's our final day on BODMAS for now...lots of activities to choose from. There is a PowerPoint for anyone that wants a bit of a reminder and a bit more practice before you start. Then there are Challenge Cards, a Speed Challenge, Matching Tasks and a set of differentiated activities too. Enjoy!
Friday 3rd July 2020...MATHS YEAR 5. It's our final day on Roman Numerals so there is a quick warm-up task on the PowerPoint, an Assessment Task (with Answers to check your work) and a fun 'Cross-number' Puzzle (a bit like a crossword but numbers instead). Be careful...just one mistake could be a disaster!
Friday 3rd July 2020...SCIENCE...Lesson 2 of Scientists and Inventors. The PowerPoint explains the tasks. This is meant to be a pairs task...you can choose whether to complete A or B...you could ask someone at home to join you. Everything you need is here- except- you may need to use Google to research your scientist a little further..
Thursday 2nd July 2020...ENGLISH...today you will plan and then write your introduction. Please look at the PowerPoint before getting started, it will show you all of the vital ingredients to make the perfect 'intro'. I have included a checklist to keep an eye on too, so that you don't forget anything.
Wednesday 1st July 2020...MATHS YEAR 6. I have decided that we had better take a look at Bodmas before moving on to Algebra. 'BONKERS BODMAS' is the most simple introduction to Bodmas that I can find. There is a PowerPoint on Seesaw and the sheets on here will help you to complete the tasks on the PowerPoint, including the differentiated final task. If there are any problems try watching the videos below, or we can go over them tomorrow if you are in school. Remember using the Year 5 maths if needed, is absolutely fine.
Wednesday 1st July 2020...MATHS YEAR 5. For the rest of this week we will recap Roman Numerals. It starts off fairly simply...There is a PowerPoint, a Symbols and Values grid to help if required, differentiated tasks and a Roman Numerals Jigsaw Puzzle for fun!
Wednesday 1st July 2020...ENGLISH...today you will use the sheet provided to plan your report. It is REALLY important that you look at the PowerPoint first though because it shows you how to plan in stages. First your title, then your subheadings and then think about the detail that you will include under each subheading. The plan has started you off by putting just two 'branches' on each subheading but I think you will need to add more so that your report is detailed enough. Remember JUST THE PLANNING TODAY PLEASE but make sure it is detailed.
Tuesday 30th June 2020...YEAR 5 MATHS... We have a PowerPoint (on Seesaw as well) and a code cracking task. Notice that the Code Cracking Cards are differentiated (look for the stars) Use the other sheet (again differentiated) to record your answers. Use the answers provided to mark your work
Tuesday 30th June 2020...YEAR 6 MATHS...One more day on Sequencing work. We have a PowerPoint (on Seesaw as well) differentiated tasks and then some extension tasks for those that require them. Don't forget to use the answers provided to mark your work.
Tuesday 30th June 2020...ENGLISH...Today we will recap on Features of a Non-Chronological Report. Work through the PowerPoint (found on Seesaw as well), complete the Identifying Features Task then draw and label your Jabberwock. You may struggle with the game unless your whole family are there and happy to cooperate!
Monday 29th June 2020...ENGLISH...this week's work will be a step by step journey to finally writing a Non-Chronological Report about The Jabberwocky. Today we begin with Lesson 1 (PowerPoint on Seesaw). To help with your understanding of the poem, this uses a Reading Comprehension Task to quiz you. There are 3 differentiated levels for you to choose from. Choose wisely please! The final task on the PowerPoint is based on the Humpty Dumpty Explains sheet but I think you are more expert at Portmanteau than Humpty anyway, after your hard work last week!
Monday 29th June 2020...YEAR 5 MATHS...we will start with some sequencing work. Today, a PowerPoint (don't worry about the bowling/skittles bits- I found them quite confusing!) and then differentiated tasks
Monday 29th June 2020...YEAR 6 MATHS...we will start with some sequencing work which will lead onto some Algerbra work over the next few days. Today, a PowerPoint (on Seesaw) differentiated tasks and then some extension tasks for those that require them. Look carefully, work through the powerpoint...when there are more than two numbers in a sequence missing, you look at the number of JUMPS between the numbers, not the number of missing numbers...Look carefully and you should see what I mean!
Friday 26th June 2020. SCIENCE...Our Science work between now and the end of term is about Scientists and Inventors...WEEK 1 is about Stephen Hawking and his work about Black Holes. The PowerPoint can be found on Seesaw. The rest of the resources are here.I have also added a DAILY RECORD information sheet about Black Holes to help you- you DO NOT have to write answers to the questions but answering them verbally might help with your research.
Check first that you are allowed to watch a You Tube video. This a quick but useful introduction to calculating surface area.
Thursday 25th June 2020...ENGLISH...ok so today is Performance Time! You will need to use the PowerPoint and the checklist to make sure that you are doing everything that you need to, to deliver an outstanding performance. If you are still writing or improving your poem, you have some catching up to do. Obviously we will all deliver an individual performance and those at home will need to find a willing audience and record it too for Seesaw. I look forward to viewing them!
Thursday 25th June 2020...YEAR 6 MATHS...you will know where YOU are with this week's learning. You may still be looking back to work reinforcing your learning using the YEAR 5 work or you may be moving onto yesterday's AREA of TRIANGLES work. If you have completed the tasks set everyday then you may be ready to use your rectangle and triangle knowledge to complete AREA of PARALLELOGRAMS... Here you will find two PowerPoints and the accompanying work. Be selective...you don't HAVE to do it all!
Thursday 25th June 2020...YEAR 5 MATHS...you will know where YOU are with this week's learning. You may still be looking back to yesterday's work reinforcing Compound Shapes or you may be ready to move on to some Area and Perimeter Word Problems... Here you will find a set of CHALLENGE CARDS. They get harder; you don't have to do them all. Start at an appropriate level for you.
Wednesday 24th June 2020...ENGLISH...Today is all about assessing, editing and improving your poem. You will find a PowerPoint and a check sheet to help you. Make sure you have counted syllables carefully and that your poem has the same rhythm as the original.
Wednesday 24th June 2020...BBS Bitesize AREA of TRIANGLES.MATHS YEAR 6 (if you are ready to move on), today it's time for AREA of TRIANGLES. To make a change we will use a BBC Bitesize Daily Lesson- there is a Learning Summary, a video and 3 Interactive Learning Activities. I have also included another task for those of you who want to do a written task.
Wednesday 24th June 2020...YEAR 6 MATHS...AREA of TRIANGLES differentiated written tasks.
Well done with Monday's Jabberwocky work. I know the first (and last) verses are a bit weird but you all seem to have done well with your Portmanteau ideas.Today, TUESDAY 23rd JUNE 2020, you will need to go to Seesaw to look at the PowerPoint that talks about imitating the poem (writing your own which is similar in style) There are a couple of quite tricky pages on the PowerPoint but stick with it through the 'technical' bits...it gets easier again. Think really hard about the syllable count bit...that is the secret to successfully imitating a poem. There are planning sheets to help...the easier one just asks for two verses- the harder one rewrites the whole poem. You can go for something in between if you would rather. Use the planning sheet or don't - it's up to you. I look forward to being your audience when you post them on Seesaw.
Tuesday 23rd June 2020...MATHS...Some of the YEAR 6 are ready to move on to the 'AREA and PERIMETER' PowerPoint, others may still be looking at 'AREA of COMPOUND SHAPES'...either is fine - You know where YOU are. The PowerPoints are on Seesaw again...the differentiated work is below. Year 5s, you are moving on to 'AREA of COMPOUND SHAPES' today...again PowerPoints on Seesaw and your follow-up work is below.
Year 6 Numeracy Multiplication using the short method with decimals and whole numbers
Check with parents that they are happy for you to watch this You Tube video. This is a quick video to remind you of the importance of place value when multiplying decimals. You may need to do this when working out Area problems that included decimal measurements later in the week.
Monday 22nd June 2020...ENGLISH...Over the next couple of weeks we will be doing some work based on 'The Jabberwocky' a very famous poem written by Lewis Carroll. Today you need to read the poem (don't panic over the first verse - it's a bit strange but all will make sense in time!) Then you will need to look at the PowerPoint before completing the two tasks...Finally see what poetmanteau words of your own you can conjure up, and post them on Seesaw with an explanation. Enjoy!
Monday 22nd June 2020...MATHS...This week we are going to look back and recap AREA work. To calculate area accurately you need to multiply accurately. If you need to stop here and recap your Tables, do so. If you need a recap on written methods of multiplying, look back to May 6th below to rewatch my video and perhaps revisit the worksheets. If multiplying decimals crops up, there is a You Tube video below for you to watch. The PowerPoints are on Seesaw - they have been assigned as activities under the lightbulb. Please make sure that you look at the correct year group.. Today Year 5 will look at Area of Rectangles and Year 6 will take it a step further and look at Area of Compound Shapes. Remember a compound shape here is just two rectangles joined together. If the Year 6 work is too hard, go back to recap using the Year 5 work. If the Year 5 work is too easy, do the Year 6 work this week.
****Right before we get started today I want a fun register on Seesaw, Mrs B came up with the idea and I have added a twist! So I want you all to find something beginning with the second letter of your first name - the funnier the better. I would like to be put in the Fun register file on seesaw I will be awarding a prize in Special assembly on Friday to the winner! It must be in the file by the end of the school day on Wednesday! *******
Thursday 11th June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5. Today try these Time Related Challenge Cards. I have also included the Emoji Problem Solving Task set for YEAR 6 which is differentiated 3 ways, so should be fine for you too!
Thursday 11th June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6...We start a new Maths topic on Monday so I will make today and tomorrow's Maths some problem solving activities. If you are stuck on any part think back carefully over what we have learnt earlier in the year and if in doubt Google for help or see if there is a Bitesize video to help. You should be fine!
Wednesday 10th June 2020...ENGLISH. Remember yesterday I mentioned that you need to have a recently watched film in mind to write a film review...well I hope you have one ready! Today you will just PLAN your review. I have included a short PowerPoint and then I have provided a Planning sheet with some clues about which writing features will help with each suggested section.
Wednesday 10th June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5. Today we take a closer look at 12 and 24 Hour clock. There is a PowerPoint and then 3 differentiated tasks to choose from. Anwers are included for you to mark your work.
Tuesday 9th June 2020...ENGLISH...Today I would like you to watch the short film 'DANGLE'. There is an activity for you tocomplete afterwards - the MrsM sheet starts you off with examples and you can then complete what I have started OR look at mine for guidance and then use the BLANK.
Tuesday 9th June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6s. Today you have TEXT BOOK pages to complete.You do not have to do them all. I have included the ANSWERS so you can check your understanding once you have finished. RED GROUP use Challenge Book if necessary.
Monday 8th June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6. Today's work on Prime Numbers will lead us onto Prime Factors later in the week. There is a PowerPoint (on Seesaw) and then differentiated tasks for you to choose from and then mark.
Monday 8th June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5. THis week we will go back (as promised) to recap on TIME. Today we look at Units of Time and Converting these. There is a PowerPoint and then differentiated tasks here for you to choose from. Pick wisely please.
Monday 8th June 2020...ENGLISH...Today I would like you write a Book Review about a book that you have read since I last saw you! I have included a couple of formats that you can use if you wish. You may choose to use one just as a guide or you may decide that you want to plan your own. I have included Fiction and Non-Fiction formats AND a checklist of points to include - the choice is yours...
Friday 5th June 2020...ART, ENGLISH and GEOGRAPHY. Today's tasks require you to draw, recall English terms and think about the world around us. All tasks are laid out clearly and explained. The only additional information that you need is to remember that Physical Features in the environment are things that occur naturally. Human features are things that have been created by man. Have a go!
Thursday 4th June 2020...MATHS...Year 5. Text Book work today about Multiples. You will need to think hard about those multiples that take you beyond 12x12 times tables knowledge. Use your 'known facts' to help you...eg if you know that 30 is a multiple of 3 (10 x 3), then so is 60 (20 x 3) and 90 (30 x 3) and so on... Remember to mark to check how accurate you've been.
Thursday 4th June 2020...MATHS...Year 6. Text Book work today about Factors. You will need to think hard about those factor pairs that take you beyond 12x12 times tables knowledge. Use your 'known facts' to help you...eg if you know that 7x7=64, you can double your answer to work out what 14x7 is... Red Group can also pick work from the Challenge Book if necessary. Remember to mark to check how accurate you've been.
Thursday 4th June 2020...ENGLISH...it's Writing Day! The sheet below gives details of what I want you to do today. Hopefully after yesterday's listing of ideas, you now have a chosen 'thing' to base your persuasive text on. If you are successful who knows...it could end up in ROOM 101 and no longer be an issue!
Wednesday 3rd June 2020...ENGLISH...Here you will find an information sheet about the TV Programme ROOM 101. At the bottom of the sheet, there is a short task for you to complete. Please do not write your Persuasive text today...more details coming tomorrow!
Wednesday 3rd June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5 and 6. This SHOULD be revision but I have included a link to the BBC Bitesize clip. Remember - Multiples are answers in its times table and beyond so multiples of 5 include 5, 10, 15, 60 and 500. Factors...think horseshoe to find those factor pairs. A Prime is a number only divisible by itself and 1. In other words they aren't answers in any times tables other than that of themself and 1...There is a PowerPoint for eachyear group to watch then differentiated tasks for you to choose from. Finally there's a code Cracking Sheet if you would like to have a go..
Tuesday 2nd June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6...Some reinforcement of yesterday's work. Both Year groups are working on Square Numbers (Year 6 have some Cube number work too) There are lots of pages here...you do not have to do them all. If the Year 6 work is too tricky try the Year 5 work...If the YEAR 5 work is too easy, try the YEAR 6 work. There are answer sheets for all. Enjoy!
Tuesday 2nd June 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5...Some reinforcement of yesterday's work. Both Year groups are working on Square Numbers (Year 6 have some Cube number work too) There are lots of pages here...you do not have to do them all. If the Year 6 work is too tricky try the Year 5 work...If the YEAR 5 work is too easy, try the YEAR 6 work. There are answer sheets for all. Enjoy!
Tueday 2nd June 2020...ENGLISH...here is one more task just to check that you are onboard with features of a persuasive text. You will need to be able to spot and later in the week use, imperative verbs, considered repetition, adverbials and rhetorical questions. I have included yesterday's table in case you want to use it again for todays task. Or you may prefer to use highlighters and a key. THEN have a chat with someone at home about the TV programme ROOM 101...this is the style of persuasive writing that we are going to do LATER in the week. Make sure you know the idea of the show...
Monday 1st June 2020...ENGLISH...this week we will look at Persuasive Writing. We will complete daily tasks then write a persuasive text on Thursday after we have prepared! Today I have a PowerPoint and a follow-up activity for you to do. The Word Mat is a reference tool to be used throughout the week..
Monday 1st June 2020...MATHS...We will start the new half-term off with some Number Work. Year 6 work concentrates on Square and Cube Numbers. Watch the BBC Bitesize Video and read/complete any tasks. Then move onto the Deep Dive into Mastery PowerPoint (sorry but it's on Seesaw, on the activities tab) before selecting one of the differentiated tasks to complete. Mark your work before posting on Seesaw please.IF THIS IS TOO TRICKY, DO YEAR 5 OPTION.
Monday 1st June 2020...MATHS...We will start the new half-term off with some Number Work. Year 5 work concentrates on Square Numbers. Watch the BBC Bitesize Video and read/complete any tasks. Then move onto the Deep Dive into Mastery PowerPoint (sorry but it's on Seesaw) before selecting one of the differentiated tasks to complete. Mark your work before posting on Seesaw please.
Friday 22nd May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6. It's the final day of our work about Averages and I have a 'Matching Pairs' task for you. There are 3 different levels of difficulty for you to choose from...then take a week off to reward yourself for all your hard work!
Friday 22nd May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5...final day of Timetables, and you are the controller of your own TV Channel - it's up to you to design the schedule. There are 3 differentiated sheets to choose from so don't do them all...then you can have a rest over half-term!
Friday 22nd May 2020...ENGLISH...This activity is on Seesaw but you could just download wordart.com and make a word doc if you would rather. The subject for your creation is up to you...it could be 'Six Weeks of Home Learning' or ??? This IS English work because it is vital that you spell words correctly and that you choose some impressive words! You could even use a dictionary to check your words and a thesaurus to improve them.
Thursday 21st May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5. Some work about Timetables from the Text Book today. Remember if you are finding 24 hour clock tricky do some research online but we will come back to it after half term.
Thursday 21st May 2020...ENGLISH...after all of that writing yesterday, some spelling work today. There is a PowerPoint and a whole load of Tasks to accompany it, all based on MR WHOOPS! I suggest that you gradually work your way through these over the next week or so. Then there is the first of 3 Crossword puzzles...the clues are definitions of some of the words again taken from the YEAR 5/6 Statutory Spelling List. I have also included a list of ALL of the words on the list if you really need a little help.
Wednesday 20th May 2020... MATHS...YEAR 5. Carrying on with Timetables. A PowerPoint and then differentiated tasks to choose from (with Answers) If you are finding 24 hour clock tricky, there is work on this coming up after half term...just do your best and you can come back to Timetables after Time work if necessary.
Wednesday 20th May 2020...ENGLISH...it's WRITING DAY! Please take another good look at your picture, use your planning from Monday and think about how you Up-levelled your sentences on Tuesday. If you can include a copy of your chosen picture too please, that would be really good. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE think about capital letters, punctuation, paragraphs and spelling. Also remember what you know about ISPACE sentence starters and use conjunctions to join sentences. Make sure your start grabs me and that your work ends pleasingly! Edit your own work by reading it through several times before submitting it!
Week beginning 18th May 2020...SPELLINGS for Year 5/6...a new rule, a list of words and 4 activities ready for a test on Friday.
Tuesday 19th May2020...ENGLISH...Before writing your response to your picture tomorrow, TODAY I would like you to have a go at Up Levelling Some Sentences. This is a bit of a reminder so I have used a LKS2 resourse. We will use the UKS2 version after half term. Work Through the PowerPoint then have a go at ONE of the written tasks...there are 2 for you to choose from. I have included answers too so you can see how well you did.
Tuesday 19th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6. First there is a PowerPoint for you to work through, work out each answer, write it down then click and the answer will appear. Then there is a Crossword (or Cross Number) Puzzle for you to complete. Again work out the answers then fill them in.
Tuesday 19th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5. I have included a Statistics Mat with lots of information for you to read. Then there is a PowerPoint for you to work out the answer then check how you did on the next page. Then there is a brief Assessment Task.
Monday 18th May 2020...ENGLISH...it's Free Writing Time this week. You are going to choose a picture to base your writing on. Choose one of mine or one of your own. You will still need to follow the planning tips to begin with today.It is Free writing because you will be allowed to choose what type of writing to do
Monday 18th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5 - this week more work about Statistics...Start today with this PowerPoint. Read the helpful tips on the first page. You will need to use written addition and subtraction to work out some answers...IF YOU HAVE A CALCULATOR YOU MAY USE IT. Complete each slide like a page in a text book.Write your answers in your book then go to the next slide to look at the answer.
Friday 15th May 2020...ENGLISH...It's time to write your instructions. You need to use the format of To Trap a Giant; there is a format sheet to print out and use if you wish or write it in your text book using the sheet as a template to refer to. Don't forget ALL of the aspects that we have looked at this week. Look back through your planning before you start writing.
Thursday 14th May 2020...ENGLISH...a PowerPoint to inform you of 4 key features of Instruction Writing followed by a short task about two of these. Then a closer look at the original To Trap a Giant text with a commentary sheet to explain. TOMORROW we use ALL we have learnt to write our instructions using the template provided.
Thursday 14th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6. Text Book Work today. Have a look- remember, if you are struggling you can do the YEAR 5 Line Graph work instead. PLEASE do not worry about Pie Charts if you have found them tricky: they are only a really small part of the Year 6 curriculum.
Wednesday 13th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5 Line Graphs Continued. Text Book Work today. Two pages...the tasks become harder as you work down a page. I have included ANSWERS for you to check the accuracy of your work once completed, before posting on Seesaw
Wednesday 13th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6 Pie Charts and Percentages. Look at the simple PowerPoint, read my Help Sheet then look at the differentiated tasks. If you are really struggling with Pie Charts, do the YEAR 5 Line Graph work instead.
Wednesday 13th May 2020...ENGLISH...'To Trap a Giant' Instructions continued. Read the instructions again. Notice again the quality of the vocabulary used...Task 3 is all about continuing our planning. Today I want you to chose which of yesterday's ideas you want to 'go' with and explore the great vocabulary choices you could make. Use the table supplied to complete today's task.
Tuesday 12th May 2020...MATHS Year 6 Pie Charts. Watch the video with a link below first. Then this - A nice simple PowerPoint to get you started. I've added a slide after each question which allows you to check on your answers. Then try the resources below this section.
Monday 11th May 2020...ENGLISH...Read the instructions about How to Trap a Giant. These instructions are really well written. They use correct ‘Instruction Writing Features’ BUT they also contain some REALLY good vocabulary AND they are amusing, so fun to read.
Monday 11th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 5 will work on Line Graphs this week. Work your way downwards through the tasks below. Start with the PowerPoint and task, differentiated 3 ways- look for the *s. Then carry on to the Dive into Mastery work if you want to do more- again differentiated so choose wisely! Don't forget to mark BEFORE posting on Seesaw please.
Monday 11th May 2020...MATHS...YEAR 6 will work on Pie Charts this week but first some revision of Fractions and % of Amounts. IMPORTANT...Look at the posters as a recap. Then select from the differentiated tasks and don't forget to mark BEFORE posting on Seesaw please.
Thursday's Figurative Language Challenge! These two photos were taken a while ago and it is a Metaphor that I would like today please. I will post my mine at 3.15pm...Remember metaphors describe an object by saying that it IS something else...eg The mountain is a giant. ...get thinking and post by 3pm! You will find this on Seesaw too.
Wednesday's Figurative Language Challenge! I've been in the woods again but this time it was a 'personification moment' that came as I walked...what was it? If your guess has any of the words that I used, you will score points...the more words in common- the higher your score. Who can think like Mrs M? Obviously if yours is better than mine, you'll score MEGA points! I will post my personification at 3.15pm...Remember personification describes an object by giving it human-like qualities...get thinking and post by 3pm! You will find this on Seesaw too.
Wednesday 6th May 2020...ENGLISH TASK...Research Captain Tom Moore to create a Fact File or Biography. Use the Task Sheet for suggested places to research and required features for your chosen task.
Wednesday 6th May 2020...MATHS...Multiplication today! See the video below. I have included a Help Sheet and there are 3 Differentiated Multiplication Tasks for you to choose from. Just basic written method Long Multiplication today. The challenge is GET THEM ALL RIGHT FIRST TIME! No mistakes, no chances!
Right - a challenge! Look at this photo that I took in the woods. A simile came into my mind...what was it? If your guess has any of the words that I used, you will score points...the more words in common- the higher your score. Who can think like Mrs M? Obviously if yours is better than mine, you'll score MEGA points! I will post my simile at 3.15pm...Remember a simile compares something to something else, using the word 'like' or 'as'...get thinking and post by 3pm! You will find this on Seesaw too.
Tuesday 5th May 2020...ENGLISH...It's 9th May 1945 and you are the editor of a newspaper. These are photographs taken during VE day celebrations. Give this page a headline to explain what the photos are of and then write a caption for each photo.
Monday 4th May 2020...MATHS...Calculation Revision of the 4 operations. There is a video and a Powerpoint for all. Then there are Year 5 and Year 6 tasks BUT it is important that you pick which ever tasks are right for you. Some Year 6 may wish to revise Year 5 tasks and Year 5 are welcome to try Year 6 tasks.
Wednesday 29th April - Friday 1st May 2020...MATHS TIME TOPIC...I thought we would take the opportunity to recap TIME. Pick and choose what you need to 'brush-up' on. There are lots of Converting Units of Time KS2 tutorials online, particularly on You Tube...check with your parents first, that they are happy for you to search these. First up - Understanding and Converting Units of Time (no where near as simple as it sounds!)
Thursday 30th April 2020...ENGLISH. I have a poem for you today. Read it or listen to it (web link on bottom of page) Then use the Analysis Sheet to explore the poem. There is a helpful information sheet called 'Things you may not know'...use it if you need it. I will post answers tomorrow. I hope you like it! I think it's amazing and you can't say it isn't up-to-date stuff!
Go to Seesaw for your Wild Wednesday Task...don't forget to tell me Why?
Tuesday 28th April 2020...ENGLISH...Day 2 of work based on Beach Scene by Edgar Degas. Take another good look at the picture then answer today's questions...these require a little deeper thought and perhaps even a little imagination. Remember...it's YOUR interpretation, so you can't really be wrong!
Tuesday 28th April 2020...MATHS...on this final day of transformations, have a go at the various tasks on this Tour de France themed, differentiated activity. Remember * = easiest *** = hardest...New Maths topic tomorrow.
Monday 27th April 2020...ENGLISH... To begin with this week, we will work on our Visual Literacy Skills. Below you will find a copy of a famous painting called Beach Scene by Degas. Today's questions are quite literal...tomorrow's will require deeper thinking!
Monday 27th April 2020...MATHS...Completion of Transformations including Rotation. Rotation work is Year 6 work but all sheets differentiated so Year 5s are welcome to have a go or reinforce learning of Translations and Reflections.
Friday 24th April 2020. First ask someone at home to test you on your spellings, then you can mark them using the original list. Then complete Spring Term Workout 1 from your KS2 English 10 Minute Workout.
Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th April 2020 MATHS...Reflection. I have included tips and hints and links to some good videos. There are Year 5 and Year 6 Diving, Deeper and Deepest PowerPoints and work at 3 levels of difficulty to choose from. I have also included TextBook pages and answers. You choose!
Wednesday 22nd April 2020...Maths (continuing with Translation) Year 5 and Year 6 work - 3 levels of difficulty- Deep, Deeper and Deepest Dives. Pick which ever is best for you. If the Year 6 work is tricky, start with Year 5 and work up.
Tuesday 21st April 2020...English/Climate Change work. In preparation for Earth Day tomorrow, check out the PowerPoint telling you what it's all about. Stop at page 16 to complete What's the Problem task (see sheet below). Then continue onwards completing the Environmental Problems table on the PowerPoint or you can print out the cards and table and do a 'cut and Stick' exercise if you'd rather.
Tuesday 21st April 2020...Maths...We look today at Translation (the art of moving a shape to a new position on a grid by sliding it!) You have a Mrs M video tutorial, a basic Powerpoint and then I want you to do a page from the text book. Tomorrow we will have a harder PowerPoint and more practice using the deep, deeper, deepest differentiated TWINKL resources. There is coordinate work on Purple Mash for anyone that wants to do more...or google coordinates KS2 Maths Games. I have put Book 5 and Book 6 work here, pick which is the best level for you..
Monday 20th April 2020...This week our topic is CLIMATE CHANGE. It is EARTH DAY on Wednesday 22nd April so we will be learning about Global Warming and finding out how we can do our bit to Save the Planet! Today I want you to read through the PowerPoints about Climate Change. One is Upper Key Stage 2 (see the link to open on TWINKL) the other (with the polar bear on the front) is slightly easier. Your task is to take each of the Keywords on the final page of the Powerpoint and use it within a sentence to show that you understand its meaning. You are not necessarily writing a definition...you are using the word to tell me a fact.