Year 5 Homework for week commencing 12.10.2020

week 6 -ible

week 6 -ible LA

https://binoandfino.com/blog/2015/7/8/a-list-of-young-african-artists-to-follow

This website is a great starting point for discovering more about interesting African artists. You may want to create an artwork which emulates one of these styles. Please bring in your art, or post it on the blog for all to see!

 

Year 5 spellings w/c 13th July 2020

Hello year 5,

For those of you who have returned to school, your spellings for week commencing 13th July 2020 are a final set of jumping orange words.

Week 4

Can you have a go at making your own word search or crossword? Can you try writing them out with your other hand? Maybe you could create a sports related spelling scribble to fit in with sports week in school? You choose!

If you are continuing to work from home, I will continue to email you as normal with your weekly spellings and their associated activities, so please disregard this (unless you would like to do both sets, which you are of course more than welcome to do :-)).

Many thanks

Mrs Stack

Year 5 spellings W/C 6th July

Hello year 5,

For those of you who have returned to school, your spellings for week commencing 6th July 2020 are a new set of jumping orange words. These are another set of tricky ones, so keep practising. Maybe you could use the words to play hangman with a member of your household? Can you sort them into alphabetical order? Alternatively maybe you can you write them out in capital letters, or write out the definitions from a dictionary?

Week 3 JO Spellings

If you are continuing to work from home, I will continue to email you as normal with your weekly spellings and their associated activities, so please disregard this (unless you would like to do both sets, which you are of course more than welcome to do :-)).

Many thanks

Mrs Stack

Year 5 Spellings W/C 29.6.20

Hello year 5,

For those of you who have returned to school, your spellings for week commencing 29th June 2020 are a new set of jumping orange words. These are another set of tricky ones, so try to practise them as often as you can in spelling scribbles, silly sentences, a spelling story or simply with LSCWC (look, say, cover, write, check) on the attached sheet.

Week 2 JO Spellings

If you are continuing to work from home, I will continue to email you as normal with your weekly spellings and their associated activities, so please disregard this.

Many thanks

Mrs Stack

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