Good morning Year Five and Happy Wednesday!

Audio/Reading Book

I have selected a new story from the website Audible for you. This week we are listening to a classic, The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. You are probably already familiar with the story. To listen to the story, you will need to click on the play button at the bottom of the page on Audible. You can also choose a chapter on the right of the play button.

Click on the link below to access the story:

RUDYARD KIPLING’S THE JUNGLE BOOK

 

Reading & Literacy – Genre Focus: Non-Fiction

This week in Literacy we are working on a new booklet released by Pie Corbett called: The Ultimate guide to Elves and Sprites. The purpose of the activities is to help you revise how to write a report or information text. At the end of the week, you will be writing an information text about Elves and Sptites. Please complete pp.13-18 today. Today you will start thinking and gathering ideas about the elf you want to write about !

Click on the link below to access the booklet:

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO ELVES AND SPRITES

 

MATHS

This week, you will need to access Summer Term – Week 11 on the home learning White Rose page. This week’s focus is on reflections and translations. In the two first lessons, you will look at regular and irregular polygons, as well as 3D shapes to revise what you know about their properties. Then you will move on reflections and translations, which is about identifying reflected shapes or objects between a mirror line and recreating a reflection of a shape on a quadrant. 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 11 page, lesson 3 click on the link below:

WEEK 11: REFLECTIONS AND TRANSLATIONS

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

MATHLETICS LOGIN

 

Topic: Spanish Wednesday!!

 

Today’s lesson is about learning how to say the weather in Spanish. You will learn vocabulary to describe different types of weather. Make sure you continue to revise and practise the Spanish you learn every week, based on the notes that you take.

To access the lesson click below:

WEATHER IN SPANISH

 

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