It has been a great year but sadly it is time for you to spread your wings and fly into year 6 with all the amazing-ness you displayed throughout the previous academic year. Ms Clarke and I will miss being your class teachers and wish you success in Year 6.
If you have lost your sheet click the link below:
Complete your table of evidence, remember to gather information on:
Maps/Locations; Food; Facts & statistics; History; Attractions, Population; Transport.
Your home learning for this weekend is to:
Complete any unfinished class work
Copy the explanation of what happens when bicarbonate of soda is added to vinegar and fill in the missing words.
Write relevant information next to each sub-heading.
This term, we will be creating our own computer games. Before we can do this, we need to investigate how different types of games are developed.
Use the link below to try creating different games – we are focusing on the games in ‘Scratch Module 2’, but once you finish these you could challenge yourself with other modules.
In Preparation for the investigation on Monday complete the above instructions
This term we are learning about the European city of Paris. We have already investigated its location using atlases in school. Using the links below, find out at least 15 more facts about Paris. The more information you find out, the easier your next task will be in school. Record these facts on paper or post them in the comments section.
way of life
Please complete these tasks over the Easter holidays. They should all be finished by 23/4/19 (when you return to school).
Times Table Rock Stars
Play on this website for at least 10 minutes each day. See if you can improve your rock status in the holidays – who will be the first person in 5CS to beat Ms Clarke or Mr Saunders?!
Complete two reading comprehensions online (click on the ‘Reading’ page on this blog to find the website).
Read your individual book for at least 20 minutes each day. Remember to ask an adult to sign your Reading Record at least twice over the holidays.
Complete three grammar tests online (click on the ‘SPAG’ page on this blog to find the website). Remember that you can use the middle pages of your Reading Record to help you understand the grammar terminology, or use the links on this blog too.
Investigate mixing and separating materials. Which materials, when mixed, react together to form a new substance? Which materials are soluble? Insoluble? How much salt must be added to 500ml of water for it to become saturated? Does changing the temperature of the water effect the time it takes different materials to dissolve? Comment below with your findings.