Year 5- Monday 22nd February
Good morning year 5.
I hope you all had a great holiday.
Don’t forget the email address is Yearfive@lingsprimary.org.uk
- If 17 x 5 = 85, then what does 17 x 500 = ?
Maths- 75 minutes
This term we are going to start work on measure- with a focus on area and perimeter. Perimeter is a 1d measurement (measurement of length), around the outside of a shape.
Watch the video, pause it when you need to, rewatch it.
Now try the worksheet.
If you need a ruler and don’t have one, let me know!
English- 90 minutes
We will be working through this together at the 11 o’clock Zoom. After this, you will be able to continue with the writing task independently.
This term, we will be reading a new text. Below is a picture from the first page of the first chapter.
What can you see? Look really carefully at the whole picture. Look for clues about the characters and the setting.
We will discuss your ideas in the Zoom session.
Now read the text below that goes with this picture.
Here are some questions about the text. Have a go at answering them.
- Who has just scored a goal?
- Why is the word “GOAL!” in capital letters and have an exclamation mark afterwards?
- What was going through his mind when he scored?
- What is the setting for this scene?
- In the last line, why does the writer use the word “familiar”?
Next, we are going to think about what we know about Will.
Below is a diagram that includes Will’s football shirt.
If you know something about Will that you feel is definitely true then this would be placed on the shirt inside the inner circle.
If you think something might be true but are not totally sure then this would be placed in the middle circle.
Anything that you think is less likely to be true should be placed on the outer circle.
You must have a reason for putting your idea in a particular place.
I will collect your ideas on the Zoom call and put them on the diagram. You do not have to blog them here.
YOUR WRITING TASK – Over the next few weeks, you will be writing entries to Will’s diary. Today, we would like you to write Will’s first entry which is based on what we have looked at and discussed today. You should write in the first person (as if you were Will). You should aim to write about 50-100 words.
You will have written diary entries before and later in the week we will go over their main features. Today, we would like you to just do your best!
Geography- 75 minutes
Watch these videos.
Now work through the powerpoint.
Spelling- 15 minutes
When a word ends ble, what word class is it? (verb, adverb, pronoun, noun, adjective, determinter)
What about when we change the suffix to bly- what kind of word is it?
86 thoughts on “Year 5- Monday 22nd February”
2)the product of 48 and 1,000 is 2,8,6,48,1,000,1
3)at 12.00 it was the busiest because it was lunch time at that time
4)zero point seven
English Writing Task
Today I scored a goal for my team u I t really felt amazing like I was scoring for England, All the fans cheered for me and it made me feel so proud. But this was all a daydream of playing for England. I watched the ball sore through the air , The other teams players seemed gutted but I was so happy to score
1. a. 1.6cm
4. a. 4.5cm and 3.6cm x2= 16.2cm
b. 2.2cm 4.7cm 2.5 6.5 4.1 5.2= 25.2cm
5. a. 4.7cm 1.5cm 2cm 2.8cm 1.8cm 1.8cm 2.8cm 1.2cm= 18.6cm
b. 1.5cm 2.4cm 1cm 1.9cm 2.3cm 1.4cm 2.8cm 2cm= 15.3cm
6. I’m on PC
7. I’m on PC
8. A-PG B-PL C-PL D-PG E-PL
Hi Kiran, can you check question 3 for me. And for 1d, how would you write this answer in centimetres?
1) a) 1.6cm b) 2.5cm c) 3.1 d) 0.7
3) NOOOOOO, IT DOESN’T START FROM 0cm SO YOU HAVE TO START FROM WHERE IT STARTS!
4) a) 15.2cm 2 sides measured b) 18.8cm I measured all to make sure.
Excellent work Franek
2. Because IT’S A GOAL! It’s exciting
3. probably he’s the best player or he won the best award or something like that
4. A football field
5. Because he might be thinking about how much it looks to somewhere else
I wish I was a pro playing in the champions league or premiere league. In his imagination ‘ he’s dribbling through one defender and another flicks the ball up to his teammate back to will he’s a legend he crosses it in back to will, he shoots he hits the crossbar it’s bouncing and into the goal celebrating with the crowd cheering on, will the legend, will the legend, the legend.’ One day that will be me I just know it.
Can you have a check through your diary entry. Is it all in the first person? From Will’s point of view?
1. who scored the goal.
2. goal in capitals.
because there shouting it like say i shout MISS LEMMING
The ‘ble’ sound is a adjective because its a describing word
The ‘bly’ sound its a adverb because it matches to a verb example: The children were acting irresponsibly.
Excellent work Isabelle.
1) Will scored the goal
2) it’s an exclamation!
3) What was racing through his mind was the feeling of scoring for England’s International
4) The flat fields of Suffolk Countryside
5) It uses the word familiar because Will knows them well
Another match, that I can add to the list of the ones I scored in. But I only wish that I scored for England, not for my team. My teammates covered me and the coaches (the ONLY ones out of the pitch)… The opposing teams coach was annoyed and my coach was joyous. I had fun celebrating my goal, as I knew that my team needed a goal. I wonder what will happen further on in this season. Mabye we’ll win?
Great work Franek. Your diary entry certainly captures the feelings of the match.
Natural resources are above and under ground. On the ground and in the sea
Natural resources are resources made by nature including diamond, rock, soil, iron and trees’
Sustainable means to be able to be maintained at a certain rate or level
We’ll run out
Well done Franek
Great work Franek
1. It is a adverb
2. if you add bly it is a adjective
It’s the other way around- terrible and legible are adjectives, they can describe a noun. The terrible monster, legible writing.
When we add the bly ending it transforms the words into adverbs.
Thank you. That makes sense.
Hi Mrs sent a link over from my geography.😁
Hi Georgie, I’ve seen and replied.
a. 1 and a half cm
b. 2and a half cm
c. 3 cm
2. 12 and a half cm
3. Dexter is incorrect because he did not stat at the begging.
(I measured by screen)
7. (I cant do 7)
Great work Issy.
Do you think you could have a go at converting the answers in question 1 to decimals? So 1a would be 1.5cm.
Great work. 6mm could also be 0.6cm.
A) 1 and a half cm
B) 2 and a half cm
C) 3 and a half cm
2) 12.5 cm
3) no because it dose not start at 0
Hi Max, Can you see on the rulers for question 1, there are smaller marks in between the numbers. The numbers are cenimetres, but the smaller marks are the millimetres. There are 10 mm to a cm.
If you look really carefully at 1a, the line is just past the half way mark (5mm) It is actually 1.6cm or 16mm. 1b, you are correct is 2.5 cm or 25 cm.
Can you check 1c for me carefully?
2) so everyone knows a goal has been scored.
3) the crowd is going wiled and he scored for England.
4) a field.
5) because he sees it all the time he looked out of the windows
Great work Max
terrible= adjective as it describes the noun- a terrible storm
terribly= adveb as it describes a verb, she danced terribly
2.Because its exciting.
3.He thought that he just won for England and there was a huge croud surrounding him.
For number 3, do you think he really thought this was true, or was he wishing it was true?
I dream of playing for England when i was playing today it felt like I was playing for England.I could hear the crowd shouting and going crazy when i scord that goal. I felt so happy I must get on the England team.Its my dream to be one the England team.
You have captured the basic details of Will’s day and the football match.
See if you can capture some of the other details such as the blue sky, the church and the countryside.
Today I was at the field with lads and I cant believed what happened. I scored the most amazing goal you have ever seen! It was such a beautiful day with the blue sky so I couldn’t resist to play some footy on the pitch of Suffolk. I have a imagination of a giant and I thought I scored a goal for England. Where I live its so peaceful, the clouds are so fluffy. And my friends love to play football as well. I imagined after I scored that incredible goal that the crowd was praising for me but it ended up being my mates and these people behind the goal. The ball that I played with was legendary nobody would know how good I felt when I scored that goal.
I will write back tomorrow
This is a terrific effort. You have included lots of the details from the picture and the text, and have captured the thoughts of a football-mad boy – which Will seems to be!
I have scored a goal in a foot ball mach with my friends. And two children watched me and Cheered for my goal. It was in a field again and I pretended I scored for England. I had a lot of fun playing and I scored lots of good goals for my team
Good effort Max. You have certainly captured the basic details of Will’s day.
I wonder if you could capture some of the other details from the text and picture, such as the blue sky, the church and the countryside.
Here comes the ball THAT WAS A GOOD KICK did I score? Did I score? YES *the crowd goes wild*in his imagination. That was amazing TEAM right? ”by the way are you okay?” Bill says to the goal keeper.
”yes i’m fine thanks” says the goal keeper ”ok next round please” says Bill. ”Good job everybody” says a person.
Good effort. A diary would not contain much in the way of speech. It would mostly be the thoughts of the writer who is recounting events of that day.
Think about what Will would say about the goal he scored. How would he describe it?
1. Who has just scored a goal?
2. Why is the word “GOAL!” in capital letters and have an exclamation mark afterwards?
Because the happiness of Will is so amazing in history.
3. What was going through his mind when he scored?
All the people cheering of his Goal.
4. What is the setting for this scene?
The setting is in a small Village
5. In the last line, why does the writer use the word “familiar”?
Because as the same place where he lives and is dreaming would be like.
He lives in East England
He lives in a village
He is dreaming about his victory
He wish that he won for all of Suffolk
He is around 20 years old
He is playing with a known team.
He is a normal Teenager
There is a large cloud upcoming.
As I played, I had feelings that I can score a goal and… I did! It appeared as I had future thinking powers which of course wasn’t real. As I looked, I was feeling as the future’s new football hero well I don’t know if I was going to enjoy this part of my life. But I will enjoy my life listening to those cheers but… It was a vast area of grass with few children looking feeling clumsy. Only if my life was real as I thought.
For Q2, the capital letters and exclamation mark show the joy of a goal being scored and the love of the game being played.
For Q3, he is also dreaming of playing for England.
Q4 – yes, definitely in the countryside.
Q5 – yes, it means he knows the area well as its where he lives.
For your diary entry, read it back and think about how it sounds. You have some good ideas but it feels like you’ve over-complicated what you are trying to say.
Today I was at the field with lads and I cant believed what happened. I scored the most amazing goal you have ever seen! It was such a beautiful day with the blue sky so I couldn’t resist to play some footy on the pitch in Suffolk. Where I live its so peaceful, fields as far as the eye could see, lined with trees and shrubs. I scored a goal, I felt on top of the world as if I had just score for England. My friends love to play football too! I imagined after I scored that incredible goal that the crowd was praising for me, but in reality it was my friends and the people behind the goal. The ball that I played with was legendary, nobody would know how good I felt when the ball hit the back of the net.
I will write back tomorrow,
This is absolutely terrific! You have included so many details from the picture and the text. It reads like the diary of a football-mad youngster – which Will seems to be.
Oil, water, wind, hills, animals, food
able to be maintained at a certain rate or level
we’ll run out, but then we’ll get more probably
ive sent you my maths on office365
I have replied with a question for you to check.
They are above the ground and are easy too find.
Trees and the sunlight air and water.
Able to continue at a good level over a good level of time.
Great work Max
1)Rosie walks 30kilometers
2)Dexter makes $30,000
So that means Rosie makes $60,000 because it’s fumble the amount
Reread the challenge- it says they walk 15km in total. So Rosie must walk less than 15.
If it’s ok I’m doing the others in paper
That’s fine Kristers.
If you can take a photo of it and email it to the class year group
email@example.com that would be great.
3. No because it doesn’t start from the 0
4. My ruler is short
Dexter walks 5 kilometres
Dexter has raised £10 and Rosie raises £100
Will just scored.
Because that means he would be shouting “GOAL”!
That he just scored for England and the crowd roared!!
In a village
Because he might have saw it before.
I love to play ⚽⚽
Great work Jayden.
Geography- It will affect us and will be also causing to many living organisms
You’re right Hargun. If we don’t begin to live sustainably we will do harm to many living organisms and, in fact, our whole planet!
Ben’s version of Will’s diary entry:
After breakfast this morning, I met up with my friends down the road at the football field. One of them had brought a ball, so we played team games together and had fun practising. At one point, the keeper slipped over and I managed to just about kick the ball into the goal, scoring a point for my team. When it started to darken, I headed home and went to bed.
I’m looking forward to tomorrow.
Great Hargun- terrible is an adjective, a terrible life
But what happens to the word class when we swap to the bly suffix?
It would be an adverb
ive had the best day ever i have played football with my freinds all day and i scored a goal!
great start. Can you check through for punctuation, I think you might need some more capitals, and maybe another full stop, or a comma/ dash?
Ive had the best day ever i have played football with my freinds all day, and i scored a goal!
This is definitely a good start. Would Will say anything else? How could we show through his diary that he is football-mad and loves playing with his friends and team?
I measured mine on screen
a) 15 mm or 1.5 cm
b) 25 mm or 2.5 cm
c) 31 mm or 3.1 cm
d) 6 mm or 0.6 cm
12.6 cm or 126 mm
no as he forgot to start at 0cm it is 1.6 cm
a) it’s perimeter is 15cm
b) the perimeter is 11 cm
I had to mearure two sides on a) and 3 on b)
A) 13.4 cm
b) 13.5 cm
I will send the photo over.
post by photo
a ( perimeter greater than 10cm regular )
b ( perimeter less than 10 cm regular )
c ( less than 10 cm irregular )
d ( greater than 10 cm irregular )
e ( less than 10 cm regular )
Excellent work Owen.
Great work George
1. Will just scored the goal
2. As in wills imagination the presenter shouted GOAL (I think)
3. That will just scored for England.
4. The scene is the Suffolk countryside
5. As he knows that place or it’s like that place
That he likes playing football.
he lives in England
he lives in the country side
he likes football
he is far away from the city
he wants to play for England (when he is a grown up).
he has a big imagination
that he is 15 yrs old
that he is a fun loving teenager
he might be playing with friends
I just shot the ball hoping I will score… I just did we have just got ahead of the opposing team. It is half time and me and my team discussed are primary role, we got in our positions and hoped every thing went well. I’m shooting the ball again with 1 minute remaining our teams are neck to neck… I scored again we win!
Excellent work Owen.
Great description of Will’s thoughts in the diary. Should it be ‘are’ or ‘our’?
I think the ble sound is adjective
I think the sound bly is a adverb
Great work Owen!
1.a.=1.6cm b.=2.5 c.=3cm d.=0.7
3. No because it is 2.9
Excellent work Mia!
2. He is happy.
3. In his mind he is dreaming of scoring for England and the crowd chearing.
5. They know the place very well.
It was early Sunday morning which only meant one thing, it was football day. The sun was shining brightly and the sky was as blue as the sea.
I got up and got ready and made my way to the field to play football. It was a great game as I scored the winning goal. In my head it was like scoring the winning goal for england, with the crowd going willd. This was the best day ever.
A lovely diary entry Mia. I really like the way you’ve described the setting- including a simile.
I think you might need a couple of commas. Can you work out where they need to go?
If we keep using Unsustainable resources we will run out
Great work Mia
When a word ends ble, what word class is it?
It’s an Adjective as it’s describing word
What about when we change the suffix to bly- what kind of word is it?
It’s a Adverb because it matches to a verb
Well done Finlay
Who has just scored a goal? Will
Why is the word “GOAL!” in capital letters and have an exclamation mark afterwards?
To give it more explanation and make it sound exciting
What was going through his mind when he scored?He was dreaming of scoring for England
What is the setting for this scene? The local Village football pitch
In the last line, why does the writer use the word “familiar”? It was somewhere they had been before