You are to create a story to retell one of your target times-tables, this can be done in any format you choose to be included in our class multiplication book.
As this story may take you longer than usual to complete, this work is due on Tuesday, 9th May.
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Over the Easter Break, we are researching the greatest children’s books of all time. We are going to be interviewing as many people as we can to find out what books they enjoyed as children and the reasons why, so that we can make a definitive list to help Year 5 to make more informed choices in the future.
We will return to school on Thursday, 20th April with a presentation, in the format of our choice, to share with the class.
The Book Trust’s Top 100 Children’s Books
If you don’t have the opportunity to share your favourite children’s book with our class, then please comment below so we can learn what your recommendations are.
Remember, children are also expected to be practising their target times-tables and reading regularly with an adult each week. Also, children can help continue with the fantastic progress they are currently been making by continuing to access Mathletics, Bug Club and Languagenut over the holidays.
One evening a farmer’s son, a boy called Hogarth, was fishing in a stream that ran down to the sea. It was growing too dark to fish, his hook kept getting caught in weeds and bushes. So he stopped fishing and came up from the stream and stood listening to the owls in the wood further up the valley, and to the sea behind him. Hush, said the sea. And again, Hush. Hush. Hush.
Suddenly he felt a strange feeling. He felt he was being watched. He felt afraid. He turned and looked up the steep field to the top of the high cliff. Behind that skyline was the sheer rocky cliff and the sea. And on that skyline, just above the edge of it, in the dusk, was…
What did Hogarth see? How did he react? Write the next section of the story, focusing on action and description.
A short animation of the opening scene of The Iron Man, where the Iron Man makes his first appearance.
On Monday, you will be sharing which times-table you are currently working on and the different methods you are using to practise them. Does anyone at home have any good tips you can share?
Remember, you also need to make sure that you are accessing Mathletics to continue with your learning of fractions, decimals and percentages and Bug Club to help with your reading!
What are the best 10 inventions that we use in our lives?
For homework this week, research about the 10 most important or interesting inventions of your life and create a time line of them. They might go all the way back to the beginning of time or they might be only recent inventions, so really think about what is important to you!
The Dubai Expo 2020, which is a modern day equivalent of Prince Albert’s ‘Great Exhibition’ have created a really fascinating poster about what they think are the key inventions. What do you think? I personally agree with ice cream cone but I think I’d have the hamburger rather than a hot dog.
This week, we carried out a homophone investigation. Which homophones do you get mixed up when you are writing?
Have another go at playing the Homophone Pair Game. Which level can you play confidently? Do you understand what the different words mean? Can you use them in your own narrative sentences?
Create your own homophone posters like the ones above to display on the learning wall.