Monday 28th June 2021
Try these long division questions!!
3875 ÷ 15
5836 ÷ 18
8056 ÷ 16
5748 ÷ 23
7967 ÷ 32
8685 ÷ 35
9648 ÷ 41
8674 ÷ 45
If you are confident with long division, why don't you time yourself for each one and try and get quicker each time!
Tuesday 29th June 2021
We had a refresher of long division yesterday - we're going to use that to help us solve some problems. Remember you can go back and watch the refresher Power Point!
We're going to use this image to inspire our writing. Imagine this tiny dragon is yours. Write a paragraph about this tiny dragon. Think about these ideas to help your description :
Where is it from? Why is it so small? How will you look after it? Are there more like him? Where does he live? Will you keep it a secret? What is it called? What magic can it do?
Here's the beginning of my dragon paragraph....
" This is my miniature dragon, Magnus. He has been with me for 3 years and he hasn't got any bigger! I found him underneath some large mushrooms in the woods behind my house. At first, I thought he was some sort of woodland creature but then I saw him flex his wings and I knew straight away he was a dragon. The smallest dragon I had ever seen. The only dragon I had ever seen! All my life, I thought dragons were made up. "
We're going to write some sentences about what we like and what we don't like (IN FRENCH!) Here's an example:
J'aime le gateau parce que il est delicieux! : I like cake because it is delicious.
Je n'aime pas les sucettes parce que elles sont trop sucre : I don't like lollies because they are too sugary.
There are some new words :
because : parce que
they ARE : ils sont (m) / elles sont (f)
trop : too ( too sugary, too soft etc)
How many people do you think live in Newcastle?
Do you think there are more people living in Newcastle now compared to ten years ago? Why/Why not?
Use the internet to find out what the population in Newcastle is. Then find out what it was in : 1970, 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2010.
How could you present your results that isn't just a list? Decide on a way to present your results. How many different ways could you present your information?
Write a short paragraph explaining what you have found out and why you think there are differences in the populations over different years.
Wednesday 30th June 2021
I have included an example of a Year 5 arithmetic paper that you can work through. Can you do the paper in less than 30 minutes? Write your answers on a separate piece of paper - no need to print it out!
Can you re tell this story from the point of view of the vulture? What would he be thinking?
"These wretched fluff balls are irritating me. I wonder what I could do to get them to get rid of them?..."
Lots of us like to doodle - here's a little video for some handwriting doodle ideas. It's quite long so perhaps watch it in shorter 'chunks.'
Hi Year 5,
Following on from our Science last week, I would like you to think about the life cycle of a butterfly which involves the process of 'Metamorphosis'. I would like you to watch the video below and then complete a detailed drawing of the life cycle including a title, labels and any other information about each stage of the cycle.
Thursday 1st July 2021
Today is the day for the times table grid. No need to use a ruler - just find a piece of paper and draw out a grid, 13 squares by 13 squares. Time yourself. You could even challenge an adult in your house to see who can do it quicker!
Watch this short film. It's a bit creepy!
Can you make a list of all the aspects of this film that add suspense as you are watching it.
Write a short explanation for these things:
Why is the town empty?
Why does the doll look just like her?
Where is the shopkeeper?
What does the shopkeeper do with the dolls?
RE with Mrs C!
Hi Year 5, I'll miss seeing you this week but we can continue our learning in RE. As you know we have been learning about Islam, the BBC Bitesize website provides further information to add to your knowledge. Follow the link below to learn more.
You could do the short quiz to test your understanding and maybe create your own quiz to bring back to school to test your classmates!
Friday 2nd July 2021
Watch "Alma" again. Imagine you are one of the dolls already in the shop watching what is happening. Tell the story from your point of view. Here's an example of how you could start it..
" The blonde haired girl came to the window again today but this time she stayed for much longer. All the other times, she came with her family and there were usually more people on the streets. This time, she came on her own which I thought was strange. No one was on the streets which I thought was strange too. I noticed her darting between the windows as she spotted 'her doll' appear and disappear (as they usually do). Trying to warn her was pointless. All I could do was blink my eyes as quickly as possible but I knew she was never going to see me."
Here's another chance to be creative with your doodles. Why not try a few of the ideas?