Maths: Compare and order numbers up to a million.
Click on the link and watch the video, and then complete the worksheet. You can print this or write your answers on a separate piece of paper. Once you have finished, you can check your answers. If this lesson has taken you less than an hour - and you have checked and corrected your mistakes - then please do the extension tasks and/or Times Tables Rock stars.
Miss Rice's Maths: Comparing objects.
This lesson will build on work we did in school about greater/greatest and less/least. Remember what these words mean. Greater means biggest, least means smallest. In today’s lesson, you will use picture representations of numbers to help you.
Miss Rice's Maths Sheets
English: Reading Comprehension.
Watch the recorded lesson. Follow the instructions on the video. Pause the video when you are asked to and complete the questions.
You will need a copy of the text for today’s lesson.
The Chinese Dragon Text
Grammar: Modal Verbs.
One of the main functions of a modal verb is to show the degree of possibility or likelihood of something happening. The most common modal verbs are will, would, should, could, may, can, shall, ought to, must and might. These can also be negative. We can add greater meaning by using a modal verb and add greater meaning by using a modal adverb. Watch the video and read the information on this webpage. Then read the information under the grammar tab. Once you have done this, complete the worksheet.
R.E.: Who is Brahman to Hindus?
Click on the link and watch the lesson. Pause when asked and complete the activities.
TA Group - Reading Comprehension, Spelling and Grammar
The following resources are for those children who have been asked by their teacher to complete a separate lesson for Monday's English lesson, Monday's Grammar lesson and the week's Spelling lessons. If you have not received a phone call asking you to use these lessons, then please complete the lessons above for Year 5.
To know we have a range of sentence types and to be able to identify them.
Watch the video
Now complete the sentence sorters activity. If you can, print off the worksheet and then cut each sentence placing it in the appropriate group. If not, maybe you could get an adult to write the sentences out for you.
Once you have done this, can you write some of your own? You can do this on the worksheet or you can just write them on a paper. Don’t forget the correct punctuation at the end of the sentences.
English - Reading Comprehension
To read a text and consider a range of words to ensure that it makes sense.
Print off (if possible) the worksheet.
Today, you are going to be considering these two questions.
What is the text about?
What do each of these words mean?
Watch the video, then complete the worksheet. Once you have finished, read your whole passage aloud. Does it all make sense? What is the text about? Now it is your turn. Can you write a paragraph about a teddy or, if you would prefer, your favourite toy. Can you leave gaps for missing words? Can you challenge whoever is at home to think what the missing words could be?