Year 5 Individual Homework

Due in Thursday 22nd March

 

Spelling

Please practise your spellings on spelling frame. Go to Spelling Rule 47. You must practise and complete a test.

http://spellingframe.co.uk/

 

Maths

There are five questions to complete based on the knowledge you have gained on timetables, in your maths lessons. Once you have completed these (and you are feeling confident), have a go at the challenge.

 

Reading

You need to be reading for at least 15 minutes every day at home. This needs to be a combination of independent reading and reading to an adult, Remember to record in your reading record, even if it is not a school reading book – it can be any form of reading, newspaper, diary, story, information text etc. USe the reading bookmark you have at home to read with.

 

Remember your fluency level to read at home.

 

MATHS: TIMETABLE TASK

STATION Train A Train B Train C Train D Train E Train F
Milton Keynes Central 15:41 15:47 16:05 16:22 16:41
Bletchley 15:46 15:52 16:27 16:46 16:52
Leighton Buzzard 15:53 15:59 16:34 16:53 16:59
Hemel Hempstead 16:19 16:51 17:19
Watford Junction 16:27 16:25 16:59 17:27
London Euston 16:27 16:48 16:46 17:19 17:23 17:45

1) Which two stations does Train E not stop at?

 

2) How long does Train B take to travel from Milton Keynes Central to Hemel Hempstead?

 

3a) Miss Bold is heading to London Euston. She gets to Milton Keynes Central station at 03:30 pm and takes the next train. What time will she arrive?

 

3b) Miss Bold needs to get to the Apollo Theatre for a 17:00 showing of Wicked. There is a 30 minute walk from the station to the theatre. Will she make it in time for the show?

 

4) Mrs Forbes is planning to travel to Watford Junction. She decides to take Train C instead of Train B because she thinks it will arrive sooner. Is she correct? Explain your answer.

 

Challenge (complete if you are feeling confident):

Three trains (the Express, the Goods and the All Stations) travel from Milton Keynes Central to Birmingham New Street.

 

  • The All Stations train takes 55 minutes to reach Birmingham New Street at 12:00.
  • The Express train leaves Milton Keynes Central 10 minutes after the All Stations train, but arrives 10 minutes before it.
  • The Goods train leaves 20 minutes before the All Stations and arrives 20 minutes after the Express train.

 

With this information, fill out the timetable below. Work out the time each train leaves Milton Keynes Central and arrives at Birmingham New Street.

 

Station The All Stations The Express The Goods
Milton Keynes Central
Birmingham New Street 12:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Individual homework

Year 5 Individual Homework

Due in Thursday 8th February

 

Spelling

Please practise your spellings on spelling frame. You must practise and complete a test.

http://spellingframe.co.uk/

https://www.sumdog.com/

 

You can also login to sumdog, where you can practise your spellings through games. Your passwords have been sent home with you.

 

Maths:

 

Please login to mathletics and complete the set work and practise other operations. There will be house points for the person that earns the most points on mathletics!

 

                                                

Reading

 

You need to be reading for at least 15 minutes every day at home. This needs to be a combination of independent reading and reading to an adult. Remember to record this in your reading record, even if it is not a school reading book – it can be any form of reading, newspaper, diary, story, information text etc. Use the reading bookmark you have at home to read with.

 

Remember your fluency level book to read at home.

 

 

 

Year 5 Individual Homework – 5.1.17

Year 5 Individual Homework

Due in Thursday 11th January

Project

This week, for our Harry Potter project, as we have been to visit Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, could you please answer the following questions?

  1. What was your favourite part of the tour?
  2. What did you learn from your visit to the studios?
  3. Can you name all the Harry Potter books?
  4. What was the most interesting fact you found out?

Borrowers project pupils:

  1. Who is your favourite character?
  2. Do you think they are borrowing or stealing? Is it right?
  3. If you could borrow just one item as a Borrower, what would you borrow?

Spelling

Please practise these spellings in different ways and learn the meaning of each word.

Year 5 spelling words –
The r is doubled if the –fer is still stressed when the ending is added. The r is not doubled if the –fer is no longer stressed.
Referring Reference
Referred Referee
Referral Preference
Preferring Transference
Prefered
Transfering
Transferred


Reading

You need to be reading for at least 15 minutes every day at home. This needs to be a combination of independent reading and reading to an adult. Remember to record this in your reading record, even if it is not a school reading book – it can be any form of reading, newspaper, diary, story, information text etc. 

Remember your fluency level book to read at home.

Maths

Please log on to your Mathletics account and complete the activity that has been set for you. We have also set times tables activities to practise on Times Table Rock Stars to achieve your certificates, which are given out in celebration assembly.

 

 

Project

Next week, for our Willmott Dixon project we are creating some artwork and everyone has the chance to enter theirs for a whole school competition, where the winners will have their artwork displayed on the borders of the Willmott Dixon building site near our school.

To get us started, can you:

Create an A4 poster/fact sheet about Picasso. This could be made up of writing, images and drawings. We will share these next week and add them to your project learning in your book.  

 

Spelling

Please practise these spellings in different ways and learn the meaning of each word.

Year 5 spelling words – __ible and ___able

incredible

gullible

sensible

accountable

renewable

compatible

responsible

predictable

achievable

understandable

                          

Mathletics/Times Table Rock Stars

Please log on to your Mathletics account and complete the activity that has been set for you. We have also set times tables activities to practise on Times Table Rock Stars to achieve your certificates, which are given out in celebration assembly.

 

Reading

You need to be reading for at least 15 minutes every day at home. This needs to be a combination of independent reading and reading to an adult. Remember to record this in your reading record, even if it is not a school reading book – it can be any form of reading, newspaper, diary, story, information text etc. Use the reading bookmark you have at home to read with.

 

Remember your fluency level book to read at home.