Year 5 Home Learning Week One

Year 5 Home Learning
 
Like many normal school days, there are four different activities that the children will have to undertake. In the morning, there will be the expectation of completing both an ERIC (Everyone Reading In Class) and English activity and in the afternoon, it would be great if the children could complete the Maths and Topic activities. These can be supported but independence will be encouraged. That said, we have tried to provide you with as much support as possible in terms of maths answers and example sheets so we really hope that these help!
 
Please see the timetable below!
 
Just like in school, please encourage your child to ROARR if they are faced with a challenging piece of learning - thank you in advance, we really do appreciate the support!
 
ERIC
 
Monday - Please read the 'Fidget Spinners' text and then write as many questions as possible that may appear in the question sheet (neatest handwriting please!)
 
Tuesday - Please answer the 'Fidget Spinners' questions attached to the reading booklet, checking your answers for any mistakes.
 
Wednesday - Please read the 'Orpheus and Eurydice' text and then write as many questions as possible that may appear in the question sheet (neatest handwriting please!)
 
Thursday - Please answer the 'Orpheus and Eurydice' questions attached to the reading booklet, checking your answers for any mistakes.
 
Friday - Please use the Year 5/6 Spelling List below to practise reading and writing them as neatly as possible!
English
 
All of the activities below can be written straight into the children's books. We have tried to provide as much guidance and support with them as possible. However, we do find that the internet is a great resource to help you if you are feeling challenged with any of these but just remember - try your hardest to form your letters neatly and also to ROARR!
Maths
 
Please can all of the maths problems be copied straight into the children's books, making sure number formation is very clear! With the word problems, the children can simply write the answers down, but again, ensuring the correct number operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) is used. 
 
The answers have been provided so please can the children either check these themselves or can you please go through and mark them (thank you in advance!)
Topic
 
All of the activities below are linked to our new topic of 'Our Changing World'. We have planned them so that they can be written straight into the children's books and have tried to provide as much guidance and support with them as possible. However, we do find that the internet is a great resource to help you if you are feeling challenged with any of these but just remember - try your hardest to form your letters neatly and also to ROARR!