Week 7 Homework – 15/10/21

Hello Year 5!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a reading comprehension task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

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Reading Homework

Maths Homework

Your maths homework involves using formal method for addition and subtraction. Remember to carefully line up your digits correctly to take account of place value.

There is also an extra application set of questions for all challenge levels to have a go at applying your understanding.

Today’s Learning 13/10/21

In our English lesson we began writing our Non-Chronological Report. Using the website below, write your own one about Henry VIII’s children.

https://www.hrp.org.uk/hampton-court-palace/history-and-stories/henry-viiis-children/#gs.d1elis

In maths, we worked on using our addition and subtraction skills to solve word problems. Pick either Tricky, Trickier or Trickiest and have a go yourself.

Week 6 Homework – 8/10/21

Hello Year 5!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a reading comprehension task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

Spellings

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Writing Homework

Write a story inspired by one of the images below, make sure you use some of the grammar and punctuation skills that we have looked at in Year 5 so far. There is a word mat to help you.

Maths Homework

Apply your column addition skills to complete the bingo cards below. You can play on your own or perhaps your could challenge someone at home. Make sure to show your workings as to how you generated the number to complete on the bingo card.

Week 5 Homework – 1/10/21

Hello Year 5!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a reading comprehension task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

Spellings

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Grammar Homework

Maths Homework

Your homework this week allows you to apply your understanding of roman numerals to solve some riddles or questions. (They are marked up tricky, trickier and trickiest so choose the appropriate challenge level for you) If you need some reminders you can always watch the video link below or take a look at the poster.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=roman+numerals+song&qpvt=roman+numerals+song&view=detail&mid=8B529DFC2164F114A7858B529DFC2164F114A785&&FORM=VRDGAR

Week 4 Homework – 24/9/21

Hello Year 5!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a reading comprehension task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

Spellings

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Reading Comprehension Homework

Maths Homework

Your maths homework this week is an opportunity to replay the game we looked at in class (Guidance sheet can be downloaded here). Challenge someone at home to play against you. You can just draw the number line -13 to +13, if you do not have a dice you can write the numbers 1 to 6 on small pieces of paper and turn them over and select.

There is also an extension available which has some questions relating to negative numbers.