Good morning Year Five!

Happy Thursday!

 

Audio/Reading Book

 

This week, I would like you to access the Chinese Stories page on the story nory website. You can choose a story to listen to or read everyday.

These stories are myths and legends.

Click on the link below to access the story:

CHINESE STORIES

 

Reading & Literacy – Genre Focus: Newspaper articles

I hope you have enjoyed writing about elves and sprites. This week you’re going to pretend to be a journalist writing a newspaper article. In today’s lesson, you will practise reporting information using direct and indirect speech; this will help you to write your article on Friday. Later during the week, you will review how to use direct and indirect speech and the use of speech marks.

Click on the link below to access the lesson:

USING DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH

 

MATHS

This week, you will need to access Summer Term – Week 12 on the home learning White Rose page. This week’s focus is on units of measurements. In the two first lessons, you will look at different units of measurements in whic context you use them. Then the next lessons will look at conversions of units. To access the activities that go with each day’s lesson, you will need to click on the BBC bitesize link on the right side and then click on Year 5/P6 to access the activity of the day.

To access the Week 12 page, lesson 4 click on the link below:

WEEK 12: METRICS AND IMPERIAL UNITS

When you have completed your daily lesson and activity, continue to challenge your mathematical reasoning by accessing Mathletics and the new tasks I have set for you:

 

MATHLETICS LOGIN

 

Topic: Environmental Science and the Industrial Revolution

Today I would like you to access another lesson on environmental science. This lesson will explore how energy is produced – it is really interesting. You will be learning about how power was historically generated and the rise in the use of electricity throughout the industrial revolution, which is a topic you should have learnt about during the Summer term. This led to huge advancements in humas’ capacity to power our world. We will learn about non-renewable and renewable energy and consider the pros and cons of fossil fuels.

HOW DO WE PRODUCE ENERGY?

 

PE – MUSIC

Have you looked at our PE and Music Blogs recently?

Every week Miss Durrant sets PE and sports activities for everyone to try at home.

Mr Postles posts videos in which he talks about learning how to sing and play music, famous composers etc.

You can access these two blogs by clicking on PUPILS section and then on PE or MUSIC.

 

Have a good day ūüôā

Miss Berglund