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Day 2 (07.07.20)

Good morning Year 5,


We hope you are all keeping well and you managed to enjoy some sunshine yesterday. Do have a look on our class page – we are regularly updating the files with your work in. Some lovely work has been sent in 😊.


Here are your tasks for today:



Return to the short, Piper, from yesterday and watch again to refresh your memory.

Piper Pixar short film 2016 full:


Imagine you have been asked to write a narrative story which could accompany the short Piper - suitable for a 9-10 year old.

Write a short story, either from the perspective of Piper or Piper’s parent.

Before writing your story, make sure you plan it out, using some of the ideas you gathered yesterday. You may also wish to use this ‘chunked plot’ planning format to help you:



Once you have planned your story, use your chunked plot planning frame to help you write
your narrative – taking a section at a time and thinking carefully about
each sentence.
As you will be writing a lot about the thoughts and feelings of your
chosen character (either Piper or Piper’s parent), you may wish to include an ‘ed opener’ sentence or two in your story.


A list of ‘ed’ words and some example sentences can be downloaded here: ‘Mrs Mueller’s World – Ed openers cheat sheet’


Maths:      Reasoning about 3D shapes

Watch the video and then have a go at the worksheet:

Year 5 - Week 11 - Lesson 2 - Reasoning about 3D shapes

This is "Year 5 - Week 11 - Lesson 2 - Reasoning about 3D shapes" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.


For some additional slides about 3D shapes/nets see:

Have a great day everyone, missing you all lots.


Mrs Canipa and Miss Wood

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