Click here to watch a video explaining the overview of week 3.
These activities that should completed every day for a short period of time.
Choose 2 of the NETFLEX activities to do each day. Your main P.E activity for the week will be on Friday.
Keep reading everyday: 20 minutes of reading is the recommended amount.
Choose one of your own books from home or look on the timetable for further suggestions from either MyOn or stories recorded for you on the website. We encourage you to join Solihull Library online as well so that you can access their e-book library for free, but you will need your parent or carer's help and permission to do this. Oak National Academy are now publishing one free e-book a week on their website. Click here to take a look and discover this week's book. The Year 5 class reader is also below!
Read through the ppt on relative clauses and work your way through the 2 tasks.
L: Solve division word problems with remainders.
Click here to watch today's video explaining your task.
Please note, since uploading the video, we have realised the the explanation videos in the main video DO NOT WORK. Please click on the video links below to watch them alongside the video.
Watch the video which explains the learning and tasks for today's lesson.
L: explore and investigate jobs and the contribution they make to our society.
The resources below could be printed, but don't need to be. We will be thinking about putting jobs into an order of importance according to different criteria. You could print the cards and cut them out to sort them, or you could write the words onto pieces of paper and use those instead.
L: Apply multiplication and division skills to word problems.
Click here to view today's video explaining the work.
This week we will be learning about the Life Cycle of Birds.
L: Why do birds lay eggs?
Watch the Oak National Academy Video which explains the life cycle of a bird:
The videos referred to within the lesson should be watched within the 'Worksheet' section of the Oak National Academy lesson. If you can't find this worksheet, please use the link below. An example table for Task 1 in the timetable can be found here too.
The resources below could be printed, but don't need to be. You could draw the worksheet out on paper instead, or if you are being asked to match key terms to definitions,, you could write down the numbers and letters that go together.
Everyone should compete the table showing the showing the stages in the life of the Barn Owl and you should then choose one only of the other tasks.
Today is the just read/listen lesson. You can either click below to hear Mrs Howell read the 3 chapters.
Click here to listen to Chapters 6-8
L: Multiplication and division revision
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L: To draw a street scene using perspective
Click here to view today's video talking you through how to draw a street scene. You can find the picture we are drawing below.
You will be sent an invite to a live teams meeting with your teacher for this Guided Reading lesson.
We would like you all to attend this live lesson.
The PowerPoint below is what we will be doing.
Give yourself 20 minutes to complete the arithmetic paper below. When you have finished, mark your work with the answers at the bottom of the page. Don't worry if you find some of the questions challenging. Good luck!
Please complete the 3 Mathletics tasks that have been assigned to you and then spend 20 minutes TT Rockstars
A useful video that might help with some of the long division questions can be found here.
Watch the video of the Very Hungry Dog in French. See if you can learn any of the food vocabulary in French that the dog eats. Below is also the script so you can see the individual items of food.