##### Welcome to the Year 5 Home Learning Section of our website. This is work designed for Gamma, Phi and Zeta class.

Each week, new learning for the week will be updated ready for Monday morning.

Work is designed so that each day children will have one lesson for Maths, one lesson for English and one other curriculum lesson. There will be different curriculum lessons each week.

All of the work is designed so that it can be displayed on a phone or a tablet as well as a computer. Our staff have made the work here so that it does no need to be printed off to complete it – you can look at the work on screen, and complete the answers and work on paper.

Some work can be accessed by all children to have a go. Some work is split into different tasks, depending on how confident children feel – these are based on our red, yellow and green ReflectEd colours. Red means that you want more support. Yellow means that you feel ready to have a go. Green means that you are ready for more challenge. You will only need to complete one of these tasks.

Our Year 5 team would love to see some examples of your good work, and are able to offer support if there is anything you are unsure of. You can contact them at year5@monkwickjunior.school

#### Summer Term One

#### Week One Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – How to Hook the Reader

#### Lesson 2 – Punctuating Dialogue

#### Lesson 3 – Conveying Character with Dialogue

#### Lesson 4 – Moving on the Action with Dialogue

#### Lesson 5 – Relative Clauses

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Place Value

#### Lesson 2 – Column Addition – 4 digits

- Check this video on our YouTube channel for a reminder of the method!
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 3 – Column Addition – Addition with Decimals

- Check this video on our YouTube Channel for a reminder of the method!
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 4 – Column Addition – Missing Numbers

- Check this video on our Youtube Channel for a reminder of the method!
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 5 – Column Addition – Mixed Practice

## PSHE

#### Lesson 1 – Water Safety – Open Water

#### Lesson 2 – Water Safety – Cold Water Shock

## Science

#### Lesson 1 – Classification – Grouping Living Things

#### Lesson 2 – Classification – Classifying Living Things

#### Lesson 3 – Classification – Classifying Living Things

#### Week Two Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Using full stops

#### Lesson 2 – Using colons for clauses

#### Lesson 3 – Using Semi-Colons for clauses

#### Lesson 4 – Apostrophes for possession

#### Lesson 5 – Using Commas for clarity

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Subtractions with numbers up to four digits

#### Lesson 2 – Subtractions with numbers up to four digits (Part 2)

#### Lesson 3 – Missing number problems

- Click here for a video of the method on our YouTube Channel
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 4 – Missing number problems (Part 2)

- Click here for a video of the method on our YouTube Channel
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 5 – Mixed subtraction calculations

## Geography

#### Lesson 1 – Australia and India

#### Lesson 2 – Facts about Australia

#### Lesson 3 – Facts about India

## Art

#### Lesson 1 – Pencil sketching techniques

- Click here for a reminder of techniques for sketching on our YouTube Channel
- Powerpoint for this Lesson

#### Lesson 2 – Drawing 3D shapes

#### Week Three Home Learning

Friday 8th May 2020 is a Bank holiday, so there will only be 4 days of work uploaded for this week from Monday-Thursday.

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Formal and Informal Language

#### Lesson 2 – Using Formal Language

#### Lesson 3 – Spellings

#### Lesson 4 – Contracted and Non-Contracted forms

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Multiply by 10, 100, 1000

#### Lesson 2 – Multiply Using the Smile Method

#### Lesson 3 – Multiply 2 Digit Number by 1 Digit

#### Lesson 4 – Multiply 2 Digits by 2 Digits

## Reading

#### Lesson 1

- Explanation of task on our YouTube Channel
- Example of the Reading Text on our YouTube Channel
- Reading Text

#### Lesson 2

## French

#### Lesson 1 – Months of the Year

- Click here for a video of this on our YouTube Channel
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 2 – Seasons

- Click here for a video of this on our YouTube Channel
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson

#### Week Four Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Writing a Formal Letter

#### Lesson 2 – Identifying the 5Ws of a Report

#### Lesson 3 – Identifying and Writing Indirect Speech

#### Lesson 4 – Past and Present Tense

**Lesson 5 – Writing a Newspaper Article**

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Mixed Multiplication

#### Lesson 2 – Dividing by 10, 100 or 1000

#### Lesson 3 – ‘SMILE’ Method to Divide

#### Lesson 4 – Dividing Three and Four Digit Numbers by a Single Digit

- A reminder of short division is on our YouTube Channel here
- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 5 – Solving Word Problems Involving Division

## Reading

#### Lesson 1

## Science

#### Lesson 1 – Changing Environments

#### Lesson 2 – Classifying Microorganisms

#### Lesson 3 – Reasoning

## PSHE

#### Lesson 1 – Road Safety

#### Week Five Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Punctuating a List

#### Lesson 2 – Bullet Points

#### Lesson 3 – Adverbials of Time

#### Lesson 4 – Using Brackets

#### Lesson 5 – Instructions

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Improper Fractions

#### Lesson 2 – Same Denominators

#### Lesson 3 – Equivalent Fractions

#### Lesson 4 – Fraction Subtraction with Different Denominators

- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson
- Click here for a video about this Lesson

#### Lesson 5 – Mixed Fractions Word Problems

- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson
- Click here for a video about this Lesson

## Geography

#### Lesson 1 – Human and Physical Impact on Australia

#### Lesson 2 – Human and Physical Impact on India

#### Lesson 3 – Comparing Australia and India

## Art

#### Lesson 1 – Understanding Composition

#### Lesson 2 – Drawing Composition

#### Summer Term Two

#### Week Six Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Using First Person

#### Lesson 2 – Adverbials of Time

#### Lesson 3 – Interesting Verbs

#### Lesson 4 – Conjunctions

#### Lesson 5 – Diary Writing

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Metric Conversions

#### Lesson 2 – Metric Conversions

#### Lesson 3 – Telling the Time

#### Lesson 4 – 24 Hour Clock

#### Lesson 5 – Adding and Subtracting Time

## Reading

#### Lesson 1 – A Trip to Kew Gardens

#### Lesson 2

#### Lesson 3

## French

#### Lesson 1 – Expressing Opinions

#### Lesson 2 – Using Conjunctions

#### Week Seven Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Fact or Opinion

#### Lesson 2 – Rhetorical Questions

#### Lesson 3 – Counter Argument

#### Lesson 4 – Emotive Language

#### Lesson 5 – Writing an Argument

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Angles

#### Lesson 2 – Estimating Angles

#### Lesson 3 – Calculating Angles

#### Lesson 4 – Calculating Angles round a Point

#### Lesson 5 – Calculating Missing Angles

## RE

#### Lesson 1 – Christianity

#### Lesson 2 – Judaism

#### Lesson 3 – Islam

## Art

#### Lesson 1 – Origami Crane

#### Lesson 2 – Paper Building

#### Week Eight Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Explanation Text

#### Lesson 2 – Adverbials of Time

#### Lesson 3 – Adverbs

#### Lesson 4 – Describe a New Mode of Transport

#### Lesson 5 – Writing an Explanation Text

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Classify Regular and Irregular Shapes

#### Lesson 2 – 2D Representations

#### Lesson 3 – Classify 3D Shapes

#### Lesson 4 – Area of Compound Shapes

#### Lesson 5 – Area of Rectilinear Shapes

## Geography

#### Lesson 1 – Australia

#### Lesson 2 – India

#### Lesson 3 – Australia and India

## French

#### Lesson 1 – Months

- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson
- Click here to see a Video for this Lesson

#### Lesson 2 – Seasons

#### Week Nine Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Features of a Poem

#### Lesson 2 – Understand & Identify Nonsense Words

#### Lesson 3 – Style of the Jabberwocky

#### Lesson 4 – Plan a Poem

#### Lesson 5 – Write & Perform a Poem

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Tally Charts

#### Lesson 2 – Pictograms

#### Lesson 3 – Bar Graphs

#### Lesson 4 – Line Graphs

#### Lesson 5 – Solve Problems

## Science

#### Lesson 1 – Fossils

- Powerpoint for this Lesson
- Work for this Lesson Pictures
- Work for this Lesson
- Answers for this Lesson

#### Lesson 2 – Inheritance & Variations

#### Lesson 3 – Adaption

## Music

#### Lesson 1 – ‘Happy’ by Pharrell Williams

#### Lesson 2 – Learn the song

#### Week Ten Home Learning

## English

#### Lesson 1 – Summary of a Story

#### Lesson 2 – Character Description

#### Lesson 3 – Dialogue

#### Lesson 4 – Building Suspense

#### Lesson 5 – Plan & Write

## Maths

#### Lesson 1 – Addition

#### Lesson 2 – Subtraction

#### Lesson 3 – Multiplication

#### Lesson 4 – Division

#### Lesson 5 – Fractions

## RE

#### Lesson 1 – Sikhism

#### Lesson 2 – Buddhism

#### Lesson 3 – Hinduism

## Reading

#### Lesson 1 – Jabberwocky

#### Lesson 2- Jabberwocky

#### Week 11 & 12

You have now completed 10 weeks of learning at home! We have loved seeing all of the work that has been emailed to us and hearing about how your child has been getting on.
For the last two weeks of the term we have created some exciting projects which will allow your child to apply their knowledge and skills in a creative way. There are seven projects to choose from including creating a new theme park, planning a holiday destination and designing a home of the future. Children working in school will also be completing these projects.
You can decide how to complete the projects and how many you want to undertake. You could complete one as a family over the two weeks, or your child may want to try a couple of different tasks. The projects will remain on the website for the duration of the 6 week holiday, so your child can continue them over a longer period of time if they want to.