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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

Year 5 Home Learning

Hello everyone, we hope that you are all well and enjoying learning from home.

We will be updating this page every day with new activities for you to complete at home in your home learning book.

If you have any questions, please email:

Y5@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk 

To celebrate the hard work you are doing at home, we will be choosing a star of the day each day and posting it on our page! Take a picture of your work or something that you are proud of and send it to our email so that we can share your fantastic achievements with your friends!

 

Keep up the hard work and remember to have fun!

Miss Buckley, Miss Mottram & Mr McCluskey 

Friday 3rd April 2020

Good morning everyone! Well done for making it to the end of another week! 

Star of the Day - Freddie

Freddie, you have worked so hard at home this week and have produced some outstanding work! We are so proud of you. Well done - you are a superstar!

 

Amazing Learning!

 We wanted to celebrate some of the fantastic examples of work that you have been sending us and show them to all of your friends!

Click here to see Freddie's fantastic writing work!

Click here to see Lucia's amazing poem!

Click here to see Katie's creative science garden!

If you would like to see your work here, take a picture and email it to us!

Morning Activity

 Start your day by joining in with Joe Wicks! His live PE lesson is sure to get your heart pumping!

 

Reading

Read the extract 'Counting' and discuss what you have read with a grown up. Underline any tricky vocabulary and use your SFA skills to help you to work out what they mean. When you have understood the text, answer the comprehension questions at the bottom. When you are happy with your answers, check them here.

Click on this link and listen to a story being read aloud.

 

Maths

Visit TTRockstars to practise your times tables.

Head to White Rose home learning page.  

Watch the video for Week 2, Lesson 2 - Order and Compare Decimals

Complete the activities here (you can find the answers here).

 

Writing

Click the link and look at the picture. Write a list of emotions and feelings to describe how the boy might be feeling and then complete the 'Perfect Picture' activity. 
Once you have done that, complete one of the following activities:

  • Complete the 'Story Starter'
  • Write a diary entry from the boys perspective about the morning leading him to this moment 
  • Write a character description about the boy 

 

Topic

History 

In our lessons, we learnt lots about life in the early Islamic civilisation of Baghdad. Now it is your turn to find some facts about school and life at home during this time. Use Purple Mash to find the information and present it to us by saving your work for us to see.

Log onto Purple mash and complete the complete the 'Schools' and 'Homes' activities that you have been set as 2do tasks.

 

Always remember that it is extremely important to stay safe online! Always tell an adult if you see anything online that worries or upsets you and never share your personal information. Remember to be kind and take a break from screen time by getting outside and having fun!

Have a fantastic weekend everyone!

 

 

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Good morning everyone! 

We have been thinking over the last few days about how we can celebrate the hard work you are all doing at home and we have decided to bring back 'Star of the Day'- but this time for the whole year group! We'll be looking at the work you have completed online and the work that you have emailed us as well to decide who our Year 5 stars are. 

Star of the Day - Chikae

Chikae, you were the first one in the year group to complete both the reading and SPaG tasks on Education City on Tuesday- well done superstar!

Reading

 Follow this link to the World Book Day website. You will find a wide range of extracts from lots of different books. Explore the site for an extract you think you might enjoy and read it.

Once you have read the extract, complete one of the following activities:

  • Create a poster to summarise what you have read
  • Write six comprehension questions based on the extract, that you could give to a friend
  • Write the next chapter to the book

Maths

 Visit TTRockstars to practise your times tables.

Head to White Rose home learning page.  

Watch the video for Week 2, Lesson 1 - Rounding decimals.

Complete the activities here (you can find the answers here).

Writing

 Click on the link and look at the picture.

Imagine you are the boy in the picture. You have received a letter from your neighbours explaining that they don't feel safe living so close to the dragon. Write a formal letter in response, explaining why you should keep the dragon.

Explain three different reasons why you should keep him- think back to our Edgar letters! 

SPaG

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zg6xb82

Follow the link, watch the video and complete the activity on using brackets.

Topic

Computing - online safety:

Log onto Purple mash and complete the social network debate you have been set as a 2Do. 

If you complete the task and have some free time, you may decide to play this e-safety game:

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/

 

Have a wonderful day!

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Good morning and happy first of the month! We are enjoying seeing the work you are proud of!
Why not try Eric's AMAZING maths quiz that he created on Scratch? You can find the quiz by clicking here!

Morning activity

 Train like a superhero and complete the Avengers workout to wake you up and get your heart pumping!

 

Reading

Read the extract from 'The Contraption'. Make a note of any unfamiliar vocabulary and discuss it with a grown up. When you have understood the story, answer the inference focus  and VIPERS comprehension questions at the bottom of the story. To check your answers, click here.

For story time, you could listen to David Walliams read out his book of the day!

 

Maths

Test your times tables on Daily 10 and play hit the button when you are happy with your score! Remember, we should know all of our times tables up to 12x by now!

Visit the White Rose home learning page by clicking here.

Watch the video for Week 1, Lesson 5 - Thousandths as decimals.

Complete the activities here (you can find the answers here).

Don't forget - there are lots of tasks set on MyMaths that you can complete if you finish quickly!

 

Writing

 Watch the video for 'A Cloudy Lesson'

1) List similes, metaphors and figurative language that you could use to describe the clouds (remember - you want to make the clouds seem alive!) Think about how they move, what they are thinking and what they can see from high up in the sky.

2) Write a poem about your day as a cloud. Look at the example verse and continue the poem in the same style.

I drift above a busy world,

And watch the frantic lights of ant sized cars,

Carve darkness into jagged streets.

 

SpAg

Complete an activity on spag.com

Practise spelling rule 38 on Spelling Frame 

 

Topic

RE

Click to open Espresso (you may need your log in details)

Open up the KS2 RE resources and find the section about Easter.

Read the articles and fact-files and watch the videos to learn all about how Christians celebrate the Holy Week.

Complete the activities and quizzes when you have finished.

 

Keep up the fantastic work and remember to make time to get some fresh air and stay creative!

 

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Good morning! Remember to keep sending us an email of some work you are proud of - it's been great to see the hard work you have all be getting up to at home!

Morning Workout

Complete the Les Mills workout to make sure you are wide awake and feeling fresh for the day ahead!

Reading

 Log onto Education City and complete the reading activity and task sheet about Figurative Language. You will find the answer sheet on there as well. 

Writing

Re-watch the video 'Little Shoe Maker' from yesterday: https://www.literacyshed.com/littleshoemaker.html

Write a set of instructions for how to make magic shoes- try and make these as exciting and imaginative as you can!

SPaG

Log onto Education City and complete the SPaG activity and task sheet about homophones. You will find the answer sheet on there as well. 

Maths

Click here to open the White Rose Home learning page.

Watch the video for Week 1- Lesson Four Understand Thousandths

Complete the activities here (you can find the answers here). 

Topic

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zd8fv9q/articles/zh7kdxs

Click on the link to find out information about Emmeline Pankhurst. Read the information and complete the activities. 

Design a poster advertising a suffragette rally. 

 

Have a good day!

 

Monday 30th March 2020

Hello everyone, we hope that you had a fantastic weekend and are well rested and ready for for the week ahead! We are missing you all lots! We would love to see what you have been up to - take a picture and email us something that you are proud of!

 

Morning Activity

Start your day by joining in with Joe Wicks! His live PE lesson is sure to get your heart pumping!

 

Reading

Read the extract from 'The White Tower' by clicking here.

Then answer the questions about the text in your home learning book. You can find the questions here.

You could also listen to 'Peter Picker' by David Walliams as your story of the day! 

 

Writing

Watch the video 'Little Shoe Maker' - https://www.literacyshed.com/littleshoemaker.html

Write a character description  of the rival shoe maker - think carefully about your language choices so that he sounds sly and cunning!  We would love to see your finished character descriptions - take a picture! 

 

SPaG

 Log into www.spag.com and complete the 'Terminology' test that you have been set.

 

Maths

Click here to open the White Rose home learning page! 

Watch the video for Week 1 Lesson 3 - Decimals as fractions.

Complete the activities here (you can find the answers here!)

 

Topic

Computing - Coding

Visit https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/projects/brain-game 

Follow the instructions and create your own quiz using the online Scratch editor (https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/).

Send your completed quizzes to us and we will share them with your friends!

 

Keep up the great work!

 

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Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

Tel: 0161 205 3864

Email: j.kerton@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk