Good morning Year 5. I hope you all worked hard yesterday and are ready for another hardworking day! I’ve enjoyed hearing what some of you have been doing as well as your school work and what books you have been reading. If you haven’t let me know, please do!
Here is what I would like you to do today:
Spelling and Grammar Test
You are going to complete the spelling and grammar test that I have attached below. You will need somebody to help you with the spelling test as they will need to read the spelling out and you will need to write it down. You don’t have to write it out on the sheet if you can’t print it out. Just write the word down in your book that somebody reads out for you.
Then complete the grammar test on your own. PLEASE LET ME KNOW YOUR SCORE FOR BOTH TESTS BY EMAIL OR THROUGH THE BLOG.
LO – To solve a range of problems involving decimals
Today’s lesson is a revision of everything you have learnt this week on rounding and ordering decimals. Please log on to Education City and find your lesson under classwork. Ensure you make your way through the activities and complete the worksheet at the end. Remember I am checking your scores and activity on Education City so make sure you complete them.
LO – To re-create an artist’s work
Last week, you researched the famous designer William Morris and created some lovely information pages. Today, I would like you to find a piece created by William Morris that you like. I have put some below but you can find your own on the internet if you want to. These are to get some ideas for your own piece. You are going to create your own William Morris inspired picture using whatever you want to and whatever you have at home.
I know William Morris' designs are very complicated so don't worry, yours don't have to be as detailed as his! The most prominent features in most of his designs are flowers and leaves so your pieces should include these.
You could keep it simple and used coloured pencil or if you want to you can use paint. Remember to take your time when you are drawing and try your best. Have a look at the work from last year in the pictures below if you need some inspiration.
I’m really looking forward to seeing your masterpieces so please email them to me or post a picture on the blog.