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Year 5/Blwyddyn Pump

Christmas Holiday Homework

cheekyNumeracy- Christmas survey!

Decide on something you want to research.

It might be to find out which food is the most popular at a party

or which Christmas film is the most watched.

 

  • You will need at least 5 different choices.
  • Draw a table to record your data.
  • Draw a graph to record your results.
  • Calculate the mean, mode, range and median.

Remember, the more people you ask- the more data you will have!

 

Literacy - Write a Christmas story!laugh

 

It's entirely up to you what happens! You can write in the 1st or 3rd person about anything you chose

BUT it must contain a Christmas theme!

Remember:

  • Plan your story first. It will need a problem and some kind of resolution.
  • I.A.N Punctuated sentences including exclamation marks/question marks if needed.
  • Remember new paragraph when time moves on, new event or place.
  • Use connectives to extend your sentences.
  • Try using 3 ED sentences and 3 A sentences.
  • Include some speech - don't forget to use speech marks. Write what's happening as they speak or what the person is doing or feeling.
  • Remember descriptions are important -your words create the image in the reader's mind.
  • Most of all have fun writing!  yes

 

Creative week smiley

 

It's a double creative week!

1. Pughs Garden Centre are running their annual colouring competition. Entries are due in by 25th November -so you'll need to be quick!

 

2. Jeffrey Ross are running a design a festive jumper competition! The winning entry will be made into a real 

jumper for you to wear! Due in by 2nd December.

 

Have fun being as creative as you can!

Maths week smiley 08.11.19

Children need to log onto ActiveLearn (school code m96a) and complete the game 'Get the Yeti'.

Literacy weeksmiley 24.10.19

Giglets/ Comprehension

Please complete the reading task set by your class teacher.

 

Remember to think carefully about what you read and use your understanding to answer the questions.

Always find out the meaning of any new words you read.

Homework 18.10.11

Creative Week

Create a portrait of a Tudor monarch. This can be done in any way you wish-

sketch, collage, sculpture.... be creative!

 

Also we will be making models of The Mary Rose next week. Any plastic containers, cardboard or foil would be gratefully received to help us complete this task. Thank you!

 

 

Homework 11.10.11

Literacy/ Welsh  Week!yes

Have fun reading and learning a Welsh song all about time.

Try to teach at least one member of your family or a friend the song- the more the better! 

If you'd like to, tweet a film of you all singing it! 

 

Un o’r gloch,

Dau o’r gloch,

Tri o’r gloch-Craig!

Pedwar o’r gloch,

Pump o’r gloch,

Chwech o’r gloch-Craig!

Saith o’r gloch,

Wyth o’r gloch

Naw o’r gloch-Craig!

 

Dewch i greigio rownd i’r cloc yn awr

Mae’r cloc yn dweud 1, 2, 3,

Dewch i greigio gyda mi.

Dw i’n mynd i greigio rownd i’r cloc yn awr

Creigio, creigio nes y wawr,

Dewch i greigo, dewch i greigo,

Dewch i greigio nawr

 

Sing it to the tune of "One o'clock,two o'clock,three o'clock rock!"

Welcome to Year 5!

 

This term our topic is 'OFF WITH HER HEAD' 

 

Things to remember - 

  • Books are to be brought into school everyday. Children are encouraged to change their own reading books when they have finished. 
  • Check bags and coats for any important letters/information.
  • Encourage your child to read as often as possible and enjoy bedtime stories together.
  • Children can buy their snack during break times for 20p. Alternatively they can bring in their own healthy snack from home. 
  • For PE days please ensure your child has a change of clothes which are appropriate for the weather. These kits can be left in school. Long hair must be tied back and plasters will be needed for any earrings that cannot be removed. 
  • Your child will take part in the Daily Mile so please ensure they wear comfortable shoes to school everyday.
  • We try our best to go outdoors for every break so please ensure that your child has a warm and waterproof coat which is clearly labelled with their name. 
  • Send in a refillable water bottle each day, clearly labelled with your child's name on it.

 

SCHOOP - we will send important messages via SCHOOP so please download the app and use 5427 as the code. If you are already signed up, don't forget to click onto Year 5.

 

TWITTER - we will regularly post photos of the children engaged in their learning. Please follow us using @coedglas2021

 

CLASS DOJO - We will use class dojo to reward children in school.

 

Look out for more information about homework and other important dates.

 

Thank you for your support.

The Year 5 team. 

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