Mirror Mirror Click the link above to try it. This is a fun drawing activity with reflection. See if you can draw the correct reflection of each set of blocks. It’s a real challenge but with perseverance and reasoning, you will get there! Mr Campbell
Year 5 have all exercised their learning muscles over the holidays, in particular their capitalising muscles. Here are a selection of the fantastic projects they completed. Everyone who completed a project won a prize and Mr Feasey was very impressed with the work that was completed. Most importantly, however, the children worked independently and built… More Year 5 Easter Holidays Home Learning Projects
Use a dice (or other random number generating tools – a pack of cards with the picture cards removed, a calculator, a phone app…) and generate three numbers. Construct a triangle using these three numbers as the side lengths. If you’re not sure how to use a ruler and compasses to construct a triangle given the… More Maths game due in 23.3.16
Visit this website and look at the picture. Your writing challenge is to create a 100 word story using this image as a prompt. Post your attempts below.
The Maths challenge this week is a number pyramid. If we look at the first two numbers 6 and 9, we can add these up to equal 15. If we add 9 and 4 we get 13. If we add 4 and 12 we get 16. Then we can move to the next layer. 15… More This week’s homework
AnÂ ing, action sentence begins with the -ing version of the verb, and is followed by another action. For example: Waving, JennyÂ welcomed the new boy to Year 5. To make it even better, you could expand the verb to make it a phrase. Â For example: Waving enthusiastically, Jenny welcomed the new boy to Year 5. … More ‘ing, action’ sentences