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Day 5 (12.06.20)

Happy Friday Year 5 😊

 

Here are your final tasks for the week:

 

  • Maths – Mixed maths problems. Try to attempt at least two out of the three pages if you have time. There are a variety of topics and the questions vary in their degree of difficulty (N.B. the questions do not progress in terms of difficulty).

[IF YOU CANNOT ACCESS WORD ON YOUR COMPUTER, SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE TO VIEW THESE QUESTIONS AS PICTURE IMAGES]

English:

Extended write:

 

Using all you have read/ watched throughout the week, create a fight scene/chapter between a hero (this may be you!) and the Greek creature you created yesterday.
 

Try to include some ‘ing opener’ sentences and interesting words/phrases which you have collected
throughout the week.

 

Once you have written this, you may want to read it aloud to a family member, send a photo or even record the reading and send it to us. We look forward to hearing your stories 😊.

Additional English activities:

 

If you loved this week, why not try some of these additional activities?

 

        • Continue reading other Greek myths here:

             https://www.greekmyths4kids.com/

 

        • Download a Greek magazine here:

             https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/primary-resource/ancient-greeks-primary-resource/

          read and enjoy and then create your own entry.

 

       • Create a comic strip for a Greek myth. Websites such as ‘Storyboard That’ can be used to create your comic.

         https://www.storyboardthat.com/

Science:

 

If we were in school this half term, our science topic would have been:

Animals – Human Life Cycles.

To start our topic off, we have designed a little quiz for you. (In fact, we thought the whole school would enjoy it, so we have put it on our remote learning page for everyone to have a go at).

 

The first stages of the human life cycle are:

  • foetus/baby
  • toddler / younger child
  • child

 

Your task:

Take a look at the documents below. They contain baby, toddler and childhood photos of some of the teachers, teaching assistants and other staff in school. Can you guess who they are? (Keep your answers safe - the answers will be revealed later).

Note: some people appear in more than one of the groups.

Who are these beautiful babies?

Who are these troublesome toddlers?

Who are these cheeky children?

We hope you have a lovely weekend,

Stay safe,

Mrs Canipa and Miss Wood

       😊                                😊

 

 

 

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