How many strategies can you use to solve this division problem?
Year 5M half term Home Learning. Due in Monday 30th October 2017
Your Home Learning over the half term break is linked to our literacy work. Your challenge is to further develop your sea creatures in a different way from our non-chronological reports.
Some artistic ideas may include: A detailed drawing, painting, model or digital version of your sea creature.
You could also write a short story or newspaper report about your sea creature in preparation for next half term.
In addition to this task, I am expecting you all to continue reading regularly at home and practising your times tables as well as logging in to Bug Club and Mathletics as often as possible.
But most importantly, have fun and be safe!
Home Learning 28.09.2017
Due in on 04.10.2017
Following our fabulous Educational Visit to Creekside, your Home Learning this week is to think carefully about your experiences and reflect on what you learnt.
Find a way to respond to these questions. If you choose to write, make sure you use full sentences.
What did I find out that I didn’t already know?
What interested me most?
What would I like to find out more about?
Would I recommend the visit to the next Year 5?
Throughout the term, students of 5M have been having fun learning about the Roman Empire during their topic classes. Over the half term break, the students are to complete a project of their choosing on the condition that it relates to the Roman Empire and that it is historically accurate.
We set aside a small portion of today’s lesson to brainstorm some possible project ideas. This is what the students came up with:
- Write a Roman mythology story set in the modern day.
- Produce a booklet, leaflet or poster on Roman gods, gladiators, the Roman army or any other significant part of the Roman Empire.
- A diary entry written from your perspective but set in Roman times.
- Roman fashion design.
- Build or design a model of a Roman villa, The Colosseum, a chariot or any example of Roman architecture or technology.
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Students are also reminded to continue to practice their timetables and to make sure that they are accessing Bug-Club and Mathletics from home if possible.
Most importantly, enjoy a safe and relaxing break and make sure to have fun and enjoy the sunshine!