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Your learning in literacy, starting next week, will be based on this new story by JK Rowling. Click above to start reading...

6th July - 10th July 2020

 

Dear Year 5s,

 

I hope those of you I haven't seen are okay and still enjoying your time at home. Hopefully, you've been able to work through some or all of the activities over the last few weeks - trying to continue with some learning at home will certainly make a difference when you all return in September, into year 6!

 

There are daily maths activities this week, which should help you to practise various skills and operations. In literacy, the grammar activities will help you to remember features you have learnt before and practise these to keep you going!

 

If you have been able to read The Ickabog at home, the ILLUSTRATION COMPETITION is still going until the end of next week, so it's not too late to enter a drawing! At least 3 people from either year 4 or 6 have already entered...

 

From Mr Vidler

 

SCIENCE & GEOGRAPHY

Have a look at the Powerpoints and try some of the activities about reducing climate change. I'd love to see some of your posters if they can be emailed!

 

I hope that you'll find everything you need in Google Classroom this week. As there have been some technical difficulties, I have added the resources on this page as well.

 

 

 

ART

There is a competition running alongside the online release of The ICKABOG, where J K Rowling has asked for illustrations for certain scenes and events on the story.

Depending where you have read up to, you could take up the challenge and ask a parent to submit your entries. Instructions for what to illustrate and how to upload your illustrations can be found here:

 

https://theickabogcompetition.com/illustration-themes

 

   

ONLINE RESOURCES - Give these a try!

In addition to the literacy and maths activities on each day, you might want to have a look at the links below.

BBC BITESIZE

The BBC are creating daily lessons for lots of subjects, which you could have a go at instead of, or as well as the work I have planned for you.

I SEE MATHS

We use activities like these nearly every day in maths at school, and some of the reasoning examples look really good. There are activities which you can download below each daily video clip. Again, these could be completed instead of my activities or in addition if you like!

 

   

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