Good morning Year 5 and welcome to your last Monday of home learning! This time next week, we will all be back together in the classroom. I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Doesn’t the sunshine make everybody feel better? Let’s work hard in our last week learning virtually.
Here are your lessons for today. Please make sure you email or blog your work.
LO – To answer a range of questions on a Greek myth.
This week in English we will continue with our Myths topic. Each day, we will read a different myth and complete an activity. Today’s Myth is called Daedalus and Icarus.
Please log in to Education City and find your lesson. It is called 1/3/21 – Myths. You need to complete the activity and the worksheet. Please answer of the all the questions.
Read the different version of Daedalus and Icarus on the document below. There are some spelling mistakes for you to find. See if you can find all 18 mistakes and correct them. Then, find the words that are underlined and replace them with a suitable synonym. Just write the correct words and synonyms in your book, not the whole story!
LO – To calculate and compare area
Click on the link below to get your Maths questions for today. You can choose to complete part A, B or C. A is the easiest, B is in the middle and C is the most challenging. We went over this in our TEAMS meeting this morning so follow the same steps to answer the questions. Click on full screen and zoom in so you can see the questions.
Here are some additional, more challenging questions if you wish to have a go at them.
LO – To explore the different types of reproduction in plants.
Last week, we looked the different parts of a flowering plant. Your work was brilliant! Today’s lesson has 2 parts and I would like you to complete them both.
1. Click on the link below and complete the lesson on Oak Academy. You will look at the different types of reproduction in plants and then write up an experiment. Pause the video and complete the tasks when you are instructed to.
2. Complete the worksheet (a crossword) below on the different parts of a flower. This follows on from last weeks lesson but if you cannot remember you may want to use the internet to help.