Year 5 Home Learning
In these uncertain times, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
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Here are some suggestions for home learning to complete with your child.
Daily reading of school books and any books at home.
Create some book reviews about these books, which can be shared with others at school.
Oxford Owl website have many free books online for children to read and listen to.
Storyline Online also have a bank of stories.
Accelerated reader online for quizzes - find the link on year 5 cover letter.
Sumdog – explore and learn by playing games.
TTRockstars – check for any competitions
Watch YouTube times tables songs – Numberock ones are particularly good.
Children in Year 5 have six different maths areas that have been sent home in their packs, with a variety of activities.
These are links which will support all areas of their current learning. For example, Top Marks has lots of interactive games. And white rose maths which is where we get many of our teaching resources
We have sent home the year 3/4 and the year 5/6 spelling lists for your child to practice. They can use their spelling activities to learn these words such as look, cover, write, check.
Twinkl have also temporarily made free access possible for everybody, so children can go onto this site to access many educational activities, as well as activities linked to their group’s spellings (along side other areas of the curriculum.) This link will direct you to register a login. Please use the following promotional code: UKTWINKLHELPS
We have sent home Six writing activities which will allow your child to practice areas that have already been taught. For example writing a set of instructions. We have also sent home an exercise book to complete this tasks. Again looking at the mentioned website twinkl will give your child lots of ideas.
We have been learning about natural disasters and climate change.
Your child could:
Create a mini project based on a natural disaster
Create a poster/video, or a report on what Climate change is, what it aims to do and how it benefits others.
Make a poster explaining how our school values are linked to improving the planet.
Play board games which include money-such as monopoly.
Traditional games such as snakes and ladders, noughts and crosses.
Word based board games such as Boggle, Scrabble, Hangman.
Children are encouraged to be creative whilst at home. They could share baking activities with parents, junk modelling, art from recycled products, collages.
Write and illustrate story books for themselves, or for younger children.
Twinkl have also made access possible for everybody, so children can go onto this site to access many educational activities, as well as activities linked to their group’s spellings.
Children can practise their joined handwriting by copying paragraphs of text from their reading book.