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Thursday 21st May

Good morning 5G

 

I hope you enjoyed the sunshine yesterday and followed my instructions to do some reading. I sat out in the garden and did my work all day, then sat out for a while reading my new book 'The Boy in the Tower' (might be my next recommendation) before walking my dogs. 

 

Today we are starting with Maths as usual. Its from the White Rose Home Learning with the BBC Bitesize offering additional resources if you need them.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

Summer Term - Week 5 (w/c 18th May) - Lesson 4 - Subtract mixed numbers.

 The worksheets are attached and also a challenge sheet for you to work through.

For English today we have another Guided Reading from a non-fiction story (I'm not sure if many of you will be familiar with but its about a sweet shop and a toy shop so I'm sure you will enjoy it). Imagine your Dad is a pirate you have a vast amount of gold coins, what would you spend them on?
Our English today is a persuasive writing task, you will design a new sweet or chocolate bar and then you will create an advert to persuade people to buy it. This is going to be lots of fun.  

For Topic I have a lesson from the BBC Bitesize History. Its Henry VIII (hope you know your Roman Numerals), he is very interesting and I think you will have fun learning about his life. The learning is through video clips and an interactive game. So I'm sure you will have lots of fun. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdj8wty

 

My next lesson for you is Science. I think you are going to like this one. There are lots of fun food experiments to try on this site. The mini marshmallow one looks fun and who doesn't like sherbet.

https://www.chillededucation.org/storecupboard-science-fun-food-science-to-try-at-home/

 

Finally, I have a computing task today. This is a computer game making task from BBC Bitesize. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk7f382

 

If you have any spare time after all that, don't forget to get a reading book out. Have fun and stay safe. I'll speak to you tomorrow.

 

Mrs Garside

 

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