Good morning Year 5 – this should be the last week before half term but every week feels a bit strange now!
I hope that you and your families are well and keeping safe. Here are today’s tasks:
Discuss the following scenario with your family:
We are going to revise using inverted commas today. The following link should be a reminder if you need it:
Put the speech marks in the correct places. Don’t forget other punctuation that goes alongside inverted commas.
1. Quick! Pass the ball to me! Shouted Carla. No one is marking me.
2. Can I help you? Asked the policeman. You look a bit lost young lady.
3. Oh no! Don’t let Mr Cockcroft take the penalty! Shouted Nick.
4. I’ll meet you in town, said Tom. Just by the cake shop.
5. I’ve dropped my wallet, said Craig. It must be round here somewhere.
6. Look at this picture, said Mr Pitchford. It’s magnificent!
Add inverted commas correctly to the following passage and remember new speaker, new line.
I’m afraid I have some bad news, Mrs Brown said to the children. Your father has had an accident. What’s the matter? Rob asked. Is it serious? Will he have to go to hospital? Pete asked. Will he have to have an operation? Debbie asked. Now don’t worry, Mrs Brown replied. It’s not as bad as all that. Someone crashed into his car but he hasn’t broken any bones. That’s a relief! Rob exclaimed. But I bet he’s a bit shaken up, said Debbie. He sounded fine on the phone, Mrs Brown said, but the car is badly damaged. A damaged car, said Pete, is better than a damaged Dad!
We began looking at angles last week and today we are going to be thinking about angles around a point.
Remind me from last week – how many degrees in a whole turn?
Look at the following video as an introduction:
The following link also has some example questions that you could try:
Now try these examples yourself:
Extension – remember for these the rule from last week about angles on a straight line – this will help you!
Below is a very famous painting by Van Gogh called ‘Sunflowers’.
The following link has some interesting facts:
Produce your own version of ‘Sunflowers’. You can use whatever media you choose.
Mrs Millard and Mrs Munro XX