Hello, Year 5!
Here are this week’s learning activities to run along side the ‘Hold Still’ Art project below
Hold Still Project Year 5
Use the factfile and art work collage to help you build up a picture of the artist David Hockney
Information about David Hockney
This week we will be looking at Area · Look on https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/ Click on Summer week 4 ( WB 11th May )
You will find the first lesson is all about Area. See questions below
· Maths no Problem: Page 139- 147 Area tasks
· Tasks: Now calculate the area of the rectangles you found in your home last week.
· Game of the week! Check out this maths online game about Area · https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/area-builder/latest/area-builder_en.html
· TT Rockstars – continue with your daily access to TT Rockstars.
· Numbots – maths games and activities
Area is the whole amount inside a space
Continue to enjoy reading! You can access bug club each day, earn coins and play games.
Reading task: Read chapter Two ‘ The Green Dark’ from the extract. It is from ‘The Explorer’ by Katherine Rundall.
If you are having trouble accessing it then use any book you have at home and you can still complete some of the tasks below.
1) Draw a story board of what happens in chapter 2
2) Add to your information about the characters now we know more about them
3) Design a front cover for the book
4) Draw a line down the middle of a piece of paper. List the things that you know from the chapter and what you think. Try to back up what you think with evidence and reasons.
LO: to spell words correctly adverbs of time
Our weekly spellings are about adverbs of time
yesterday, tomorrow, later, immediately, earlier, eventually, recently, previously, finally and lately
Learn your spellings and get someone at home to test you.
Tasks to help you learn your spellings:
1) Write them out is different colours
2) Spelling pyramids
3) Write them with your non-dominant hand
4) Look, cover, write and check
5) Split into their sounds and syllables
6) Make sure you know the meanings
7) Put them into a sentence
Joseph Banks and Kew Gardens
Botanists are scientists who study plants, including flowering plants and plant like things such as moss and seaweed. Botany is the scientific study of plants including their growth, structure and uses.
Joseph Banks was a famous English botanist who was born in 1743. He travelled all over the world collecting a large number of plants and animal specimens, before settling in London where he built a huge library and herbarium. In 1778 he became the director of Kew Gardens which became one of the best botanical gardens in the world. His collection of plants and insects is now held at the museum in Kew, but perhaps the greatest things he did was to exchange so many species of plants between the UK and the rest of the world.
The Kew Gardens museum has close to a hundred thousand species of plant and new ones are continually being added when new species are discovered. Researchers at Kew also work with people across the world on the Useful Plants Project so that people living in local communities can help plants in their local area thrive and make the best use of them.
1. Carry out your own research to find more facts about Joseph Banks and Kew Gardens. What is the most interesting fact you can find? Which plants did he bring into the UK? www.famousscientists.org
2. Make a list of as many things you can think of that we utilise plants for, e.g. food, medicines etc.
3. Imagine a friendly alien from the planet Zog has landed on Earth and tells you that the people who live on Zog are starving. The alien needs to know which plants are eaten here on Earth so that seeds can be taken back to Zog to provide food.
You can help the alien by listing: All the fruits, vegetables, cereals and drinks you can think of, the herbs and spices which are made from plants and any plants that are grown as food for animals.
NOW …. 1. Pick three items from your list – only use one item from each list.
2. Write a report for the alien which describes:
Each item of food – what it looks like, colour, shape, smell etc
· How the relevant plant grows
· The climate it grows best in
· How the food is harvested
· How the seeds of the plant are collected.
· You can draw diagrams to explain your report.
Geography Resources Sheets
Click on the link below
KS2 USA L3 WhereAreAllThePeople
KS2 USA L3 PopulationDataSheet
KS2 USA L3 Outline Map Of USA