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Tuesday

English

45 mins – 60 mins

Reading

30 mins

Maths

45 mins – 60 mins

Handwriting

10 mins

Science

45 mins – 60 mins

Art/D.T.

45 mins – 60 mins

Activities for Tuesday 26th January

English

LO: To use paragraphs.

 

Success Criteria:

Catchy headline

5W’s

 

Look at the example paragraphs then write your own using your plan to guide you

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zym8bqt

 

Task

Write the headline

Write the opening 5W’s paragraph

 

Reading

Guided Reading on the Remote Learning Homepage

The Wolves in the Walls

There is also a YouTube link for the book

Tuesday – PowerPoint

 

Maths 

LO – To add/subtract fractions greater than 1

You are going to be using the exact same skills, just now with an added step

What do you do if you have an improper fraction to solve?

What do you do if you have a mixed number fractions to solve?

Go through the screens & video to find out

 

Handwriting

Write out each of these words so that you complete 2 lines in your book/paper.

Joined up handwriting

Take your time and concentrate on how each letter is formed and connected.

  • ancient
  • conscience
  • equipment
  • identity
  • occupy
  • restaurant
  • temperature

 

 

 

Science

LO: To use and develop keys to classify (PURPLE)

Activities:

Discuss why objects are made of certain materials and how the materials contribute to purpose.

 

Task: Use spinners to create new objects. Poke a pencil through the middle.

For example, Chocolate Window

writing down the benefits, negatives and if the new item design would work

 

If you cannot print the spinners, you could use dice to roll the 2 numbers or even download a random number generator app?

Success criteria:

Use the correct vocabulary to discuss items

Write positives and negatives

Share ideas with others

Resources:

Spinners & Pencil

 

 

Randomly generate an object and use the terminology you have learnt to describe its features. Say if

 

 

Art

LO: To imitate artwork by a famous artist.

Activities:

Recap who Georges Seurat is and what he was known for

Practise painting using pointillism and divisionism

Look at a piece of artwork by Georges Seurat – paint in his technique

Support and Challenge:

Complexity of image to imitate

Eiffel Tower

 

The river Seine at La Grande Jette

 

A Sunday on La Grande Jatte

Success criteria:

To use pointillism

To use divisionism

To use imitate artwork by Georges Seurat

 

~ Team Year 5 ~

 

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Maths 4b

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