Year 5 Home Learning – Wednesday 20th May

Hello Year 5.

I hope you are all well.

Here is your home learning for today.

Maths task:

Today, I would like you to complete the following word problems. You will have to use the knowledge you have developed from the previous work tasks to complete these working with fractions of amounts.

Fraction of amounts problems

Fraction of amounts problems ANSWERS

English task:

Using your knowledge from our Tudor topic and reading the comprehension, answer the following questions all about the History of the Tudor time period.

The tudors INCLUDES QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Extras:

As part of our mindfulness challenge this week, follow the instructions below and try my ‘Sun Breaths’. I really hope you have all taken some time for yourselves to switch your minds off and relax this week, using these breathing techniques.

Sun breaths

Fitness:

I would like you to create your own exercise workout. This could be using the space around you (sensibly and safely) to make your own circuit training lesson. You could create something similar to the type of circuit training we have done in PE at school.

Make sure you stay safe at all times and ask for an adult to help you and check over your exercises before you begin.

Remember to warm up and take your pulse before, during and after your workout.

Why not comment below about the types of exercises you have been doing and I’ll try them out myself. Enjoy Year 5!

 

Take care,

Mr. Craig.

 

2 Responses to Year 5 Home Learning – Wednesday 20th May

  1. It’s National Thank a teacher day and I’m sure all of Year 5 would agree that Mr Craig deserves a great big thank you for everything he has done this year 🙂

    • Thank you so much for this lovely message, it has made my day.
      I know all of the staff here at school are working so hard and we couldn’t ask for better parents, like yourself, that support us and give us these boosts of confidence during such uncertain times.
      We are all in this together and I know I speak on behalf of myself and my colleagues when I say, thank you for your kind words.
      Take care,
      Mr. Craig.

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