Year 5 Home Learning
Welcome to the Year 5 Home Learning Page. We look forward to seeing and sharing the amazing things you're doing and creating as part of your learning.
Each day we will be sharing a variety of learning activities for you to complete and these will be updated in the link below. You can then send in your highlight of the week to the class email address which is below. We look forward to seeing pictures of the creative projects you have engaged in and reading your fantastic writing!
Mr Chalkley's Easter Holiday Maths Challenge!
click here to take part in the Maths Easter Challenge.
Have you got what it takes to beat my time?
Online Learning Activities
This is a link to Joe Wicks Youtube page, there you will find plenty of online workouts you can do in your own homes. You do not need any equipment to complete these workouts.
You can also sign up and create a GoNoodle account. This gives the children a chance to follow fun instructions for dance, yoga, mental health activities among others. Try it for those mini breaks!
We've been looking at how to use Excel over the last few weeks and last session made a graph about how much wheat and barley was grown in the UK over the last 5 years.
Your next challenge is to make a chart about how much farmers get paid for producing milk. All the information you need is here. Do send Mr Chalkley your finished graphs so that he can share them with me!
Maths Online Activities
Here are some websites with activities for you to take part in and enjoy:
Times Table Rock Stars
Hit the Button
Please spend at least 15 minutes a day reading and sharing a book with an adult.
Remember to discuss what you have read.
- What might happen next?
- Why did that happen?
- What happened after.....?
- Which part did you like best? Why?
Follow up activities:
- Write a book review
- Draw your favourite character or scene
- Write a character description
- Design a new front cover
- Make up a new ending
Online reading access:
World Books Online have over 3000 free e-books and audiobooks available for free.
Over the last few weeks we've been reading the book 'Bon appetit Monsieur Lapin.' Click here to find the words we've been learning and using in a wordsearch.
You could either print it out, or open it on Word and use 'insert>shape>line' to draw lines over the words you find.