Owl Class Home Learning 14.7.20

Good morning Owls.  Hope you are all ok and ready for the last Tuesday of the term – only 2 more get ups!  And so to today’s Owl Class highlight…

Without a doubt, my proudest memory of you all are your performances in Cinderella Rockafella.  Watching you all perform on stage, sing and bring together all of the technology was amazing.  You carried out your roles with confidence, humour and enthusiasm; audience (and all of us staff) loved you.  Such a brilliant memory that I hoe stays with you too.

Right, let’s start today’s work with a quiz question:

Which river is the widest in the world?

Here is today’s work:

1) Spellings – One last spelling wordsearch before the holiday:

Year 5 week 6 Word Search Black and White

Year 6 week 6 Word Search Black and White

2)Reading – read for pleasure.  Also, don’t forget David Walliams’ Elevenses.  It is currently ‘The Ice Monster’.

3) Escape Room Maths game – there is a separate set for Year 5 and 6 but both activities work by you completing clues to find a code to unlock a phone.  The Year 5 set of questions are slightly easier than the Year 6 set but they are the same activity.

Year 5:

Year 5 Lost in the Forest – PowerPoint

Lost in the Forest – Answer Recording Sheet

Lost in the Forest – Clue Cards – Answers

Lost in the Forest – Clue Cards – Colour

Lost in the Forest – Object Cards

Year 6: Lost in the Forest

Year 6 Lost in the Forest – PowerPoint

Lost in the Forest – Answer Recording Sheet

Lost in the Forest – Clue Cards – Answers

Lost in the Forest – Clue Cards – Colour

Lost in the Forest – Object Cards – Colour

In case you would like the White Rose Maths for today as well as/instead of the above, the links and sheets are below:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Year 5 week 12 Lesson-2-Answers-Imperial-units

Year 5 week 12 Lesson-2-Imperial-units

Year 6 week 12 Lesson-2-Answers-Circles

Year 6 week 12 Lesson-2-Circles

4)ttrockstars or Numbergym

5) More ideas for today:

*Get out and about – walk, run, cycle etc.  Do whatever type of exercise that you prefer.

*Art: try out this lovely idea from The Oak National Academy on abstract drawing.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/juan-miro-and-automatic-drawing-1459cb/activities/1

Year 6, don’t forget your virtual Leavers’ assembly tomorrow at 10am.  Make sure you have received the login details from Nikki in the office.

Have a great day,

Mrs Hollis x

Answer: The Amazon river is the widest at about 7 miles wide at some points.  It is also the biggest by volume of water.