Subjects completed daily will be Maths, Writing , Reading and PE. This week’s other sessions will be Science, Art, Geography, Music and RE.
Continue watching Newsround. Here are some suggestions;
Complete the Joe Wicks workouts from YouTube or create your own high intensity workout. Use your exercise for the day to get some fresh air by going for a short run or bike ride.
Day 2: To role play the selling of a thneed. Create your own script for an advert selling a thneed. See if you can convince a household member to buy one!
Day 3: To plan an advert. Use the slides to help you plan your own advert for a thneed.
Day 4: To write an advert. Use your plan from yesterday to write your advert, remember to include features of adverts.
Day 5: To edit an advert. Time to self-edit your work from yesterday.
Day 4: To be able to summarise the main points of a text. Create a summary poster for this reading .
Day 5: It is important to keep reading, for enjoyment as well as to develop your reading ability. The following link has reading suggestions suitable for children in year 5. Remember, you can also listen to your teachers reading a selection of stories and chapter books. Read lots of books.
Complete the daily maths lessons, including activities and worksheets
Continue to work through 10 tasks on your mathletics each day.
Complete arithmetic style tasks
Learn about reversible and irreversible changes. Can you conduct your own experiment? Think about heating chocolate or ice, what happens?What is the difference between reversible and irreversible changes?
Art (Tuesday) To plan a collage of materials which have been sewn together.
Use the slides to help you to plan a textile collage.
Geography (Wednesday) To compare and contrast San Francisco to the UK and Kazakhstan.
Sing-a-long to your favourites!
RE (Friday) To understand special moments and ceremonies in religious and non-religious lives.
Learn about the special moments and ceremonies in religious and non-religious lives. Write your name vertically and use the first letter to start a word or phrase that describes you.