The National Academy are looking at balanced arguments this week, where you give both sides of an argument. Work through the lessons online and complete the writing at the end of the week. Those of you who did the tasks last week have already experienced putting forward one side of the argument, so this will be a chance to ensure that you can represent both sides of a discussion.
Complete the reading activity at twinkl.co.uk/go and login with the code ET4836
Please ensure that you continue to read every day. Aim to spend 30 minutes reading. If you're stuck for ideas of what to read, I've added 28 books recommended for children in Year 5 further down the page.
Purple Mash activity has been set as a 2do.
In addition, please complete the activity mat and the grammar test in the resources section.
While we're off, you should try to recap the Orange words that we've covered so far. Take between 6 and 10 a week to revise and test yourself on them. Don't move on to any new words as we have already covered enough of the words for this year and we would be recapping the ones we've already covered if we were in school.
White Rose Summer Term week 6. The worksheets and answer sheets are in the resources section below.
I have attached an arithmetic test for you to do, as well as an activity booklet on addition and subtraction for you to work through.
Joe Wicks, obviously!
The final lesson in our topic examines the changes over time in crime and punishment. The powerpoint and activity are in the resources section.
This week’s Oddizzi tasks focus on global knowledge. File attached, as usual.
Read the information in the document about Gustav Holst. Then, listen to the pieces of music and complete the tasks in the document.
Complete the lesson at
Continuing the theme of smoking, this week we look at electronic smoking devices, commonly called e-cigs or vapes. Read the info in the document and then write a paragraph about why they are popular and a paragraph about why they are dangerous.