This week, our learning project focuses on viewpoints.
Can you put yourself in someone else’s shoes? Your Mum? Dad? Another family member? You could write a poem about how they might be feeling about current events.
A change in viewpoints
How did Martin Luther King and Rosa Park’s actions and views change and shape society?
Have a go at comparing viewpoints from then and now on people’s race, culture and religion and think about how this has improved society’s attitudes.
Remember to share your all your hard work with me.
I hope you are all well. I just wanted to share some of the wonderful work that you have been doing this week.
Keep up the good work 5GT!
Just a few more ideas for you:
JK Rowling has created a website to keep you all entertained, which include word searches and quizzes.
Here is a link to some fun maths ideas and games.
A little reminder to use the home learning packs.
Don’t forget to keep reading (you could write a book review of your favourite book).
If you would like to post your work in the comments, copy and paste a picture of your work. Alternatively, you could explain what you have been doing during the week. I look forward to hearing from you.
Have a wonderful weekend 5GT!
Following the first week of the Robin Hood Rainbows, we have been continuing to create rainbows to promote positivity.
Take a look at our celebration video from last week’s Positivity Project.
The Great Bug Hunt 2020 is now open for entries from home! This competition takes science learning out of the primary classroom and brings it to life in the outdoors. It is open to all primary school pupils (and parents). Take a look at the link below.
We have been researching music from the 1980’s and finding out about the most popular singers, bands and famous songs from this decade. We also explored the fashion of the 80’s which we found out was a decade of bold style, colours and silhouettes.
This week, we have been exploring the White Rose home learning page to work on decimals up to 2 d.p. In the afternoon, we created our own rainbow art.
I really hope that you are all ok, 5GT. I am missing you all lots!
I will be adding some activities to support your learning during the week which will hopefully help to keep you busy. There is a link on the school website where you can access the home learning pack.
You can also:
* Read your favourite book
* Write a book review
* Write a character /setting description
* Keep a daily diary of what you are doing
* Research our author-Alvaro Villa
* Draw a picture from the book ‘The Flood’
* Access TTRS
* Do any physical activity daily (Joe Wicks is great)
* Explore musical activities (bbc.co.uk/teach/ks2-music/zfv96v4 has On-Line interactive lessons)
* Access My Maths (tasks have been allocated for everybody)
Stay safe 5GT and remember to send me any work that you are proud of.