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Monday 18th May
Good morning Beech Class. This morning I will be posting a few Fraction Revision videos here so if you’re not too confident about adding fractions, then wait to see those before you attempt today’s learning task!
Watch this space 👀
A few classmates have asked about the trickier questions on the Improper Fractions sheet. I’ve tried to explain how you could solve them in two short videos.
I’m hoping to upload a few more teaching videos if technology will let me!
Just a quick reminder that there are a lot of learning ideas and fun activities over on the whole school pages, as well as here on the Year 5 page.
Follow Mr Maliphant’s daily exercises - he demonstrates lots of new movements and fitness skills in the garden and also for indoors on those rainy days.
Mrs Henderson has posted lots and lots of great ideas for outdoor learning, which can be done in your gardens and on your daily walks.
Follow the ‘Dogs Blog’ as Russet and Flambard go on their daily adventures.
So remember, there are more ideas for everyone to keep you active and your brains busy! Have fun!
Science - details for this week's task are in my weekly letter.
1.I suggest you spend two 40 minute sessions researching and making notes, then two sessions writing your biography. This leaves a fifth session to edit and improve.
2.The description of the Victorian scene can be done in an afternoon as an additional English writing session.
Please only do as much as you feel is appropriate for you.
Easter Break Learning
Here are a few ideas for your Easter break.
Hopefully you'll keep your learning going by doing some fun English tasks based on HTTYD and a short daily Maths session! The Maths link provides demonstration videos which are easy to understand and remind you of methods we have used in class. I have also added some ideas for Art, Technology, Science and Outdoor Learning.
Click here for more information.