We hope you enjoyed your first day of the home learning blogs yesterday.
Here is your timetable for today:
Remember that you can send us any questions that you have or photos of your work that you have done to our Year 5 email address firstname.lastname@example.org . We would love to see them! When you email the year 5 teachers, don't forget to write your name.
Today we would like you to move on to White Rose maths lesson 2, which looks at the relationship between fractions and decimals. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity sheet. When you have completed it carefully, you can check your answers.
Make sure that you click Week 1, Lesson 2.
Now that you have collected some language, you are going to plan your acrostic poem. There are no real rules for what to include but as you are planning, constantly think about the impact of your words and how they bring the poem to life.
Watch the videos below to remind you of some poetic language techniques you might like to include in your acrostic poem:
In science, we have been learning about forces. You already know that gravity pulls objects to Earth's surface and have started to think about other forces that act against gravity. Watch this video to find out about different frictions:
Sometimes, it is not and therefore some objects are designed to minimise air resistance. We call this streamlining.
It's time to wind down after a busy day of learning! Read independently, or to an adult or sibling, for 20 minutes.
After you have read, spend some time thinking about what you are grateful for today and write your gratitude list.
Well done for all your hard work today. Spend some time talking to your family about today's learning and ask your siblings what they learnt today.
See you back here again tomorrow!