For this week you have a task on MyMaths based on translation and reflection.
This week there is an online game to play. Please follow this link and select challenge, then grammar, and then word classes. You can play the game multiple times as it randomly changes to different games each time you play. If you need reminding of the different word classes, please use the word mat below.
Word Class Mat
This weeks' homework has been uploaded a bit earlier this week, however, it is still does not need to be completed until later in the week.
For maths this week, there is a sheet to complete based around finding the perimeter. Remember, the perimeter is the measurement along the outside of a shape or the rim. Part of the task is to draw your own shapes with a certain perimeter. If you have not got a printer, then use a ruler to measure in cm and paper at home. To challenge yourself, draw some irregular shapes.
For English, please complete the sheet about metaphors and similes. Remember, metaphors are when descriptions say a noun is something else. E.g. the moon is a wheel of cheese. A simile, however, is when like or as is used to compare. E.g. the moon is round like a wheel of cheese.
Maths Homework Week 5
Week 5 English Homework
This week for maths, you have a My Maths task focusing on measuring angles using a protractor.
For English, there is a SPAG-hetti task for you to complete.
Term 5 Week 5 SPAG-hetti
For maths this week, you will be using your knowledge of calculating angles on a point to find the missing values.
In English, you have another Spag-hetti to complete.
Spag-hetti Week 4
Week 3 maths homework
This week in maths we are learning about angles. We have been learning about right angles, obtuse and acute angles. For your homework, you will be labelling the different angles and identifying which angle is greater than or less than.
For English, there is another SPAG-hetti challenge for you.
English Homework - Week 2
Maths Homework - Week 2 - Angles
Welcome back Wildcats!
For this weeks' math's homework you have a set of chilly challenges to choose from based on reading and interpreting tables. Work your way through the questions based on how confident you feel. Green is for if you need some more practise to feel confident; Amber is if you are feeling quite confident; Red is for a deeper challenge!
For English, we will be continuing with another Spag-hetti task. There is also a Year 5 expectations mat to help you.