This week in Cheshire:
This week has been a shorter, but a fantastic week of learning in Year 5. In English, we have continued to read our book, ‘Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths’, and have read up to chapter 12. We recapped what a toolkit of a letter is and have written our own letter of advice to Nai-Nai. We swapped books and wrote a response to another class member's letter which was fun! In computing, we have focused on being safe when using technology and the internet. We are continuing our fascinating topic of the 'Shang Dynasty' and finding out more about what Ancient Chinese mysteries there are!
This term's first home learning will be set on Thursday 22nd September and will be due the following Tuesday 27th September.
Your spellings this week consist of Common Exception Words (CEWs) and words relating to spelling rules that we have learnt in spelling lessons. Can you notice the spelling rules in the words below?
Group 1 (7 words):
Group 2 (10 words):
Group 3 (12 words):
If you forget which group you are in, remember to ask your teacher to remind you.
Need some help with learning your weekly spellings? Try using this spelling strategy:
Write each word on a piece of paper, cut up all the letters, jumble them and then rearrange them to spell the word correctly. When you’ve done it with each word once, try it with three words at a time!
These spellings will be tested on Thursday next week.
Children in Year 5 should be reading for 30 minutes a day. This should be a combination of reading to an adult or independently.
Parents please log your child's reading on the BOOM Reader Parent Portal or by using the BOOM reader parent app on your tablet/ mobile.
1a) Circle all the numbers that have 2 in the hundreds column.
295 2,095 19,216 200,000
b) Write three more numbers that have 2 in the hundreds column.
Each number should have a different number of digits.
2) Write the numbers from smallest to greatest.
7,906 7,960 7,096 7,069
3) Write < or > to compare the numbers.
a) 3,500 3,400 c) 62,500 65,200
b) 5,400 4,500 d) 147,500 145,700
4) Which is the odd one out and explain why.
680,000 680 thousands 68 tenthousands 5 hundred-thousands plus 180 thousands 680 hundreds
Grammar and Punctuation
Please see your home learning folder which you have brought home with you.
Watch this video to find out your task!