Good morning Year 5 – Mrs Millard again!
I hope you are all O.K. – we are missing you all so much!
Well done to our super bloggers and e mailers yesterday: Lydia, Tanisa, Evie, Jessica, Dan, Sadia, Dhanshri, Aamirat, Alex and Zain.
Well done also to those who cracked the Maths code – Lydia, Sadia, Dhanshri and Alex.
Finally, a jolly well done for those of you who completed all 3 tasks yesterday – Tanisa and Sadia.
Here is your learning for today:
You have revised using inverted commas this week and I’d like you to use them in a story. You can write your story about whatever you like, choose which characters you like and base it in the setting of your choice – many of you have wonderful imaginations so you can go as wild as you like.
Because you are using inverted commas, there needs to obviously be some dialogue between characters at numerous points in the story – some of the conversations can be longer as this will allow you to show off your knowledge of how to use inverted commas accurately.
Remember that the amount that you write should be equivalent to what you would write in an extended writing lesson in school – don’t forget the paragraphs!
I’m looking forward to reading your stories.
Today, we are going to finish off our work on angles and look at some reasoning questions. Have a go at the following:
4) The compass in Question 1 will help you here. It might be helpful to draw it on another piece of paper so that it is in front of you.
Here is an example for you:
If I start at NW and turn clockwise to SE, I have turned through 180 degrees – I know this because it is a straight line. If I turned the same but anticlockwise, it would be exactly the same.
Your partner could be someone at home that you can discuss this with first before you put it on the blog. You should complete at least 3 examples.
I want you to follow the link below:
This is a video taught by a teacher and look at the question ‘What is light and where does it come from?’
I want you to make notes as your watch it and then blog exactly what you learnt.
Mrs Millard and Mrs Munro XX