Remember to keep having conversations at home about time! You can ask your adults questions like “What time is dinner?” and work out how long until dinner time, or “How long until bed time?” and work out what time it is now. Practise, practise, practise – you’re all getting there! 👍
Welcome back! It is so lovely to see you after the Easter break. I hope you are all well-rested and ready for the summer term, and our final term of Year 5!
Here is this week’s home learning.
Remember, we are going swimming next week and the week after, so you will need your swimming kits!
Well done for all the hard work this term Year 5! Have a relaxing break over the holidays, and we look forward to seeing you back, rested and raring to go in a couple of weeks.
Here is the home learning for the holidays. If you scroll down, you’ll find a template for the paper helicopter and some links to videos for other designs.
Find some help with similes and metaphors here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zfkk7ty/articles/z9tkxfr
The children are having a great start to their week, building their Lego village. We’ll be adding more photos during the course of the morning.
We might not be at the farm, but we’re not missing out on the fun! As a special treat, we’re watching Wallace and Gromit and the Curse of the Were-Rabbit. Popcorn and biscuits included! It’s almost like we’re at the cinema. 🎦🍿
I hope you all enjoyed World Book Day today! You all looked fabulous, and I hope you had lots of book chat!
This week’s homework is a little different – as well as the usual reading 📚 (20 minutes every day, remember!), TTRockstars and My Maths📏, we’re also asking you to have a go at the book challenge set by Nathan Bryon and Dapo Adeola on the World Book Day website. They want you to come up with a list of of things you can do every day to make the world a better place. They could be little things, like singing aloud as often as possible, or slightly bigger things, like writing a list of 5 things you’re grateful for, or perhaps you want to pinch Rocket’s idea and think about what thing you want to learn about the world each day.
The possibilities are endless! And you can write these down however you like – perhaps you just want to write them on a Post-it note to keep on your bedside table, or maybe you’re going to make a poster, or a bookmark. Whatever it is, make sure you share your ideas with your classmates and teachers! ☺
Watch the video ago here for a reminder.