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W/C 25th Jan

Listen to this fun story called Charlie Changes into a Chicken! It's a but bizarre!

 

English

 

Lesson 1 – To identify modal verbs and use them effectively.

 

Starter: Complete Statutory Spelling Word Activity Mat – accommodate

Modal verbs give information about how certain or possible a main verb may be.

Example:

He must eat slower or else he will be sick

Other modal verbs are: might, will, should, could, shall, would, ought.

Please complete your worksheet!

Lesson 2 – To use pronouns to replace nouns.

 

Pronouns help us with our writing. They help us not to repeat nouns. Pronouns are used to substitute nouns.

Example:

The smelly dog desperately needs a bath! He has been rolling in the dirt.

The pronoun in the sentence is he. This is used instead of repeating ourselves by writing the dog again.

Can you think of any others?

Have a go at your sheet.

Lesson 3 –To identify and use relative pronouns.

 

Follow the instructions and explanations at the top of your worksheet labelled ‘Relative Pronouns’.

Lesson 4 – To identify subordinating conjunctions.

To help us remember all of the subordinating conjunctions read below: I SAW A WABUB!

If

Since

As

When

Although

While

After

Before

Until

Because

Read the instructions on your worksheet to help you!

 

Lesson 5 – To use prepositions confidently.

 

Prepositions are words which tell the reader where, when or why something happens.

Examples: I can’t wait until next Christmas!

Carrie is meeting her mom before they enter the cinema.

Now complete the worksheet provided. Thank you.

 

Maths

 

LI: To identify multiples

 

5,10,15,20,25... are all multiples of 5. They are number which are in the 5 times table.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-8-number-multiplication-division/

Then look for the LI video.

Enjoy!

LI: To identify and find factors.

 

Factors are numbers which divide equally into another number. An example is that 6 can divide equally into the number 30. This means that 6 is a factor of 30. Also we know 6 x 5 is 30. So 5 is also a factor of 30. 6 and 5 are factors pairs of 30!

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-8-number-multiplication-division/

Then look for the LI video.

LI: To find common factors

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-8-number-multiplication-division/

Then look for the LI video.

Here you will be finding factors of different numbers and seeing if they have common (same) factors.

 

LI: To practise finding and identifying square numbers.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-9-number-multiplication-division/

Then look for the LI video.

LI: To find cube numbers.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/week-9-number-multiplication-division/

Then look for the LI video.

 

Curriculum

 

For all of the lessons below there are instructions for these lessons on the children's worksheet.

 

LI: To recap the inventions of the Victorians.

LI: To discover what life was like for different Victorian families.

LI: To discover why families were different in the Victorian era.

LI: Complete 2 Joe Wicks P.E sessions (over Thursday and Friday).

 

 

 

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Awards we have received so far.

  • Primary Science
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  • Artsmark Award
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  • Big Lottery Fund
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