Class 5

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Home Learning - Week 7 - Week Commencing 13.7.20

 

This is your final week of this school year!
Well done for all your hard work and resilience through this challenging year.
I have set some literacy, maths and topic work but remember that this week in school the children will also be completing lots of fun activities to celebrate the end of the year so please feel free to do this too.
Don't forget you can send me any messages and pictures of what you're getting up to using Purple Mash Email. 

Thank you for all your support and enjoy your final week of being in Class 5.
Miss Charlesworth smiley

Monday
1. Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cVWvwu31t5g and listen to the story 'Dear Teacher' by Amy Husband.

2. Now answer the questions below about the text you have listened to. 

Tuesday
1. Read through the PowerPoint slides about types of letters and complete the activities that go with it.

Wednesday
1. Start to plan your own letter that you are going to write to your new teacher. Use the template below.
Thursday
1. Using your plan and the correct letter features you have learnt about, write your letter to your new teacher.
Friday
1. Edit any mistakes in your letter and send it to me and I can pass it on to your new teacher.
Maths
Summer Term Week 12 – (w/c 13th July):
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
History Topic
Your final work for your history topic is below. First go through the slides and then complete the worksheet. One worksheet is more challenging, just choose ONE that you find will work best for you. The additional tasks are also below.

Learning Objectives:
1) To know and name some of the past King and Queens of England.
2) To know and name some things which are similar and different about the past and present
Home Learning - Week 6 - Week Commencing 6.7.20
Year 2
Literacy
Maths
Summer Term Week 11 – (w/c 6th July):
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Friday - BBC Bite Size Maths Challenge Maths Challenge

 

History Topic
This week’s History work is posted below. First go through the slides and then complete the worksheet. One worksheet is more challenging, just choose ONE that you find will work best for you. The additional tasks are also below.

Learning Objectives:
1) To know and name some of the past King and Queens of England.
2) To order Kings and Queens of England on a timeline

Home Learning - Week 5 - Week Commencing 29.6.20
Year 2
Literacy

Maths
Summer Term Week 10 – (w/c 29th June):

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

History Topic
This week’s History lesson is the fun part. You can now build the castle you designed last week using anything that you collected! The only rule is that you have to send me a picture of the finished castle. Remember to include the features you have learnt about over the last few weeks and get as creative as possible…

On your marks, get set…. GO!


Learning Objectives:
1) To design and build a castle

Home Learning - Week 4 - Week Commencing 22.6.20
You can now email me using Purple Mash, I will answer any questions you have and also give feedback on the brilliant work you send in.
Enjoy your week and keep in touch,
Miss Charlesworthsmiley
Literacy
Maths
Summer Term Week 8 – (w/c 22nd June): https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
*You may have completed some of these lessons previously so I have created a new worksheets to go with the videos – this may mean the work may not link up completely to the video*

History Topic
Try this week's history lesson. The slides and the worksheet are below. The additional tasks for this week are mostly practical so send me photos of what you create!


Side note: This is your last week to collect those cereal boxes, egg boxes, toilet roll tubes etc. because it is ALMOST time to start building something with them. (All will be revealed in Week 5 (next week) - don't start building anything just yet!)

You will notice there are 2 worksheets however you do not have to complete both of them. One has a bit more support than the other so just choose the one you think will work best for you.  
Learning Objectives:
1) To learn about a historical place in our locality
2) To design a castle

Home Learning - Week 3 - Week Commencing 15.6.20

Here are some photos of Class 5's Home Learning this week...

Email Miss Charlesworth using Purple Mash or send a message to Miss Charlesworth on Class Dojo with photos of your home learning. Well done to everyone this week, keep it up! 

 

Just a reminder that you can now get in touch with me using Purple Mash Email. I would love to see any work you would like to send and will send feedback too. 
Enjoy your week,
Miss Charlesworth smiley
Year 2
Literacy
Maths
Summer Term Week 8 – 15th June:
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

History Topic
Try this week's history lesson. The slides and the worksheet are below. 

You will notice there are 2 worksheets however you do not have to complete both of them. One is more challenging than the other so just choose one that suits your child best.
Learning Objective: To know the features of a castle. 

The extra topic tasks you can complete this week are below also.

Home Learning - Week 2 - Week Commencing 8.6.20
Happy Friday! 
I hope you've enjoyed completing your home learning this week. Starting from next week, your work will be uploaded weekly. 
I have sent an email to you via Purple Mash where you will now be able to keep in touch with me and send in your work. 
Go to the PurpleMash homepage, click on computing, then 2Email, 2Email again and you should be able to see the email I have sent. 

Have a lovely weekend and I look forward to hearing from you. 
Miss Charlesworth laugh

Friday
Literacy

The tasks to complete for today are below. 

Maths 
Click on the link and use Week 7 (w/c 8th June). 
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Try Friday's Maths challenge.

Thursday
Literacy

The tasks to complete for today are below. 

Maths 
Click on the link and use Week 7 (w/c 8th June). 
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Watch Lesson 4 - Find a Quarter

Next try this worksheet:

How did you find it?
If it was too tricky, try the support sheet below. If it was a bit too easy, try the challenge sheet below. 

Wednesday
Literacy

The tasks to complete for today are below. 

Maths 
Click on the link and use Week 7 (w/c 8th June). 
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Watch Lesson 3 - Find a Half

Next try this worksheet:

How did you find it?
If it was too tricky, try the support sheet below. If it was a bit too easy, try the challenge sheet below. 
*SCROLL DOWN FOR THIS WEEK'S HISTORY TOPIC WORK*

Tuesday
Literacy

The tasks to complete for today are below. 

Maths 
Click on the link and use Week 7 (w/c 8th June). 
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Watch Lesson 2 - Non - unit Fractions

Next try this worksheet:

How did you find it?
If it was too tricky, try the support sheet below. If it was a bit too easy, try the challenge sheet below. 
*SCROLL DOWN FOR THIS WEEK'S HISTORY TOPIC WORK*
Monday

Literacy
I have provided the teacher's notes which set out the plan for the whole week of literacy and they just give you a bit of information about how the week will progress. They may be helpful to you so feel free to read them.

You also have the tasks and the Whale Words text which you will need for Monday's work. 

Maths 
Click on the link and use Week 7 (w/c 8th June). 
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Watch Lesson 1 - Unit Fractions

Next try this worksheet:

If it was a little bit tricky, why not try this:
If it was too easy, why not try this:

History Topic
Try this week's history lesson. The slides and the worksheet are below. 

You can complete this work at any point this week and this will not be uploaded daily. 

For the task, there are two sheets however you do not have to complete both of them. Choose one of the sheets that you think will be best for your child to complete. (One is slightly more challenging). 
Learning Objective: To know what a castle is and what they were built for. 

Here are some additional topic tasks you can also try this week. 

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

Hello!

As most of you know, because your teacher is now back in school teaching, I (Miss Charlesworth) have been given the job of setting your home learning activities. Hopefully, I won’t make many changes to it and I will make sure to keep it fun and easy for you to follow. Also, your teacher will continue to check the work you send them and you can still contact them if you need to.

I just wanted to keep you updated with some changes that have been agreed with Mr Harris and the other teachers who are currently setting home learning.  

 

From Monday (8.6.20), your literacy and maths work will be uploaded onto your class page daily. I will upload the tasks for each day the evening before (For example, Mondays work will be uploaded on Sunday evening etc.) so that you can prepare it in advance if necessary.

 

Also, I will also be adding some additional work for maths to either support or extend the learning in case you have been finding the work too challenging or not challenging enough.

Finally, for topic I will be uploading a lesson each week for you to complete which will be the same as they are doing in school. Alongside this, I will upload an additional selection of activities weekly, linked to that week’s topic lessons.

As you know, you are not expected to complete all of the work I upload, you can choose how much you feel you are able to do. Please keep uploading your work to your class teacher in the way you usually do and don't hesitate to get in touch with them with any questions you have.

 

Keep working hard and enjoy yourself!

 

Miss Charlesworth

Dear Parents and Carers.

Don't forget to tune in to Dojos for our daily storytime!

Home Learning Gallery 25.05.20. What a lot of wonderful activities including tadpole and plant growing, literacy and maths and not forgetting a tweet from J.K Rowling herself!  Amazing news! 
Wow! An exciting reply from J.K Rowling.
A brilliant creation!
Alien Inventions!
Wow! This carrot top has really grown!
Our new topic Battles and Invasions!
Rat diary!
Wow another successful grower!

Week 9 Home Learning (WC 1.6.20)
Keep sending Mrs Schofield the work you are completing at home as she loves to see what you have been getting up to.

Friday

Literacy
The pdf for Friday's tasks is below. You will also need the Hansel and Gretel text which is attached too. 

Reading
Here is another reading comprehension task. Have a go at reading and answering the questions independently and then why not have a go at the game yourself!
Maths
Here is the link Friday's White Rose Maths video instructions: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
We are on Week 6 (w/c 1st June).
Worksheet is below:

Thursday

Literacy
The pdf for Thursday's tasks is below.

Maths
Here is the link Thursday's White Rose Maths video instructions: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
We are on Week 6 (w/c 1st June).
Worksheet is below:
If you're enjoying maths this week, why not have a go at this extra maths activity sheet. (P.S. I'm sorry if you've already done this one!) 

Wednesday

Literacy
The pdf for Wednesday's tasks is below.

Reading
Here is a text with some comprehension questions for you to have a go at. Try to let them read the text and answer the questions as independently as possible.

Maths
Here is the link Wednesday's White Rose Maths video instructions: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
We are on Week 6 (w/c 1st June).
Worksheet is below:

Tuesday

Literacy
The pdf for Tuesdays tasks are below. 

Maths
Here is the link Tuesdays White Rose Maths video instructions: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
We are on Week 6 (w/c 1st June).
Worksheet is below:
History
Have you done this weeks worksheet already?
If you head out on a walk this week, keep your eye out for any interesting looking buildings. Can you spot any that remind you of the picture from the worksheet? 
Send your pictures to Mrs Schofield if you find anything. 

Monday

Literacy
The pdf for todays tasks are below. You also need to read the Angry Cat text which is posted below. 

Maths
Here is the link to White Rose Maths video instructions: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
We are on Week 6 (w/c 1st June).
Worksheet is below:

History Topic

This term our new topic is 'Invasions and Battles'. 
To start off, this week you have a quick question sheet to check what you may already know. When we do these in school we don't do any learning beforehand. We read the questions to the children and then allow them to write down their answer without any prompts. It's a nice to look back on this at the end of the topic to see how much the children learned throughout the term. 

Another little task that you can start doing for this topic is collecting materials such as cardboard boxes(different sizes), toilet roll tubes, paper, pens and any other items you think might be useful for creating a 3D building (I'm not letting slip what type of building just yet). We will be doing this in a few weeks time so you have plenty of time to collect things. 

Week 8 Home Learning W.C 18.05.20.  It's been another fun filled week of learning: alien writing, verb spotting, recipe writing, pizza making, multiplication masters and not forgetting tadpole spotting!
Week 7 Home Learning. W.C 11.05.20  We have learned a lot about Wombats this week in our literacy learning!  In maths we have been busy adding and subtracting 2 digit numbers.  We continue with our green fingers learning around growing and planting!.
WK 6 Home Learning. W.C 4.5.20.It has been a VEry creative week for VE Day.
Getting ready for VE day celebrations.
Frida Kahlo inspired portrait.

Wk 5 Home Learning. W.C 27.04.20 It's been a busy week! 'Pandora's Box' Talk for writing, measuring, art work, May Day and a birthday too.

Happy Speller!
Fractions recap.
Great creative activity linked to our plants topic
'Pandora's Box' literacy activity.
Creative Writing!
Pete McKee's online lessons to help character draw
Fun with maths.
Comparing lengths.
Double Happy Birthday celebrations!
Pollen Report writing.
Pandora's Box Project.

Beautiful Rainbow Creations.

Wk 4 Home Learning W.C 20.04.20. Class 5 have new pets!

Any guesses?
How many do you think we have?

Our planting topic is growing nicely! Lots of measuring in different units too.

Growing nicely!
'How does your garden grow?'
Green FIngers.
Plant facts.
Labelling plants.
Wow! An amazing tadpole home.
Measuring in metres.

Happy Home Learning.

Great sharing of creative activities to do at home
Happy Reading!
Yummy!
Pete McKee's on line cartooning lessons.

Happy Easter Class 5.

Wk 3 Home Learning. W.C 6.04.20. Brand new learning this week with the start of our Growing and Planting topic. We also see the start of our fractions learning in maths.

Great energy from our children in the morning.
What do plants need to help them grow?
Green Fingers! Fantastic planting at home.
How tall will the sunflowers planted at home grow?
Lots of hard work to understand our fractions.
What a great idea! A carrot top planted at home.

Week 2 Home Learning. W.C 30.03.20

Book Review time!
The Super Heros came in 2 by 2 hurrah!
Let's do the mash, the Purple Mash!
Maths fun!
Spot on Spelling!
Fantastic ideas!
Story Writing time.
Who is the mystery author?

Wk 1 of Home Learning. W.C 23.03.20 An energetic start to the week!

An energetic start to the week!

Wow, Class 5 an impressive start to our home learning journey this week. Here's some photos of you busy with our class activities. Don't forget to check out our Dojo Class story where I will be posting daily our learning for that day..

Covid 19 project.
Book Review.
Frida Kahlo drawing.
Hamndwriting
Money, money , money!
Money, money, money.
Money, money, money
Let's do the mash, the Purple Mash!
Quiet reading time.
What time is it?

Let's get creative!

Super Hero Shadow Drawing.
Yummy Pizza Making.
Wow!  Did a tiger come for tea? Amazing!

Spanish Home Learning Resources to try!

Design and Technology.

We have been busy designing and sewing a felt poppy ready to wear on Remembrance Day.

We have loved learning about the famous Mexican artist  Frida Kahlo and using her as inspiration for our own art work. 'Viva la Vida!'

 

 Roald Dahl is one of our most favourite authors so we couldn't wait for the chance to really bring his characters alive and dress as our favourite characters.  

Writing a new version of the story 'The Papaya that spoke' has been great fun.  We enjoyed eating papaya too!