Friday 18th October
Here is an artist's impression of King Athelstan.
Can you find out 5 facts about this King.
Why don't you try and create your own portrait of King Athelstan?
Choose 5 words from the Year 5/6 spelling list that begin with "a"
Write a definition for each one.
Use each one in a sentence.
Write each one in a pyramid formation - one letter, then two letters etc.
Remember to practice your times tables using Rockstars!
Don't forget to try this website out as well! What's your highest score?
Friday 10th October 2020
Here is an artist's impression of the Battle of Edington. Can you remember what happened here? Imagine you were a journalist at the time. What would your headline for this story be? Can you think of a few examples? Remember your headline needs to grab the readers attention!
Don't forget to log on to Rock Stars! I have set some new times tables for this week! This links with our learning about Multiples!
This is the book I am planning to read after "Beetle Boy." What are you planning to read next? What book are you waiting for someone to finish so you can read it next?
Their There They're
Practice using these in sentences. Ask an adult to check if you have chosen the correct one!
Remember: Their when it belongs to someone; There is the opposite of here or a place; They're is a contraction for they are!
Homework Friday 25th September
Keep using Times Tables Rockstars. There are more times tables set this week!
Keep reading your book. Next week, please be prepared to tell the class about the book (even if you don't like it!) Remember to think about who you would recommend the book to next!
Spelling: This week we have looked at the long vowel sound "i" in words spelt with a "y" like apply, supply, identify.
How many different words with this spelling pattern can you find?
Check out this new website called "Numbots"
Use the same login details as Rockstars.
Great Maths practise!
Friday 18th September
I have attached some spelling lists. The first list are spellings that you are expected to know by the end of year 4! The second list are spelling you are expected to know by the end of year 5. Why don't you practise them using the look, say, cover, write, check method. You could identify familiar spelling patterns within the words! Keep practising!
I have been reading this book! It's starting to get good!
What are you reading? What do you want to read next?