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UKS2 - Years 5 & 6

Year 5 Home Learning Ideas: 

WB 30.3.2020

(Scroll down for Year 6)

Remember, you all also have a range of online learnign tasks that can be compelted every day!

Subject

Activity ideas

Reading

  • Read for 20 minutes a day
  • Write an book review for each book you finish - why should others read it? 
  • Write a set of comprehension questions for others to answer if they read your favourite book
  • Try and use a range of question types in cluding multiple choice and long answers 
  • Design and make a bookmark for a chosen with key clues for someone else to guess what the mystery book is about

Writing

  • Create an acrostic poem to describe the Lady of Shallott
  • Write an adventure story in an unusual setting with your family and friends as the characters
  • Create an information leaflet about Richmond Avenue Primary and Nursery School. Use persuasive devices to set out your ideas. 

Maths

  • Continue to write out at least 5 times tables a day, using Toolbox methods
  • Create a times tables quiz, with 30 different questions covering all the times tables from 1 --> 12
  • Challenge all family members to complete it- you could turn it into a game? 
  • Create fact sheets for the properties of all 2D and 3 D shapes.
  • Create a daily timetable and draw clocks to identify the time in analogue, digital and in roman numerals

Other Challenges

 

  • Take a photo of you reading somewhere different each day 
  • Look at the school website (in the UKS2 section - scroll down!) at the topic overview for your year group – can you create any other activities to do based on your topic?

 

Year 6 Home Learning Ideas: 

WB 30.3.2020

Remember, Year 6 can also use Purple Mash to contact their teachers if any learning queries 

Subject

Work activities

Reading

  • Read for at least 20 minutes every day
  • Write a book review for each book you finish – try and change the format and layout of each review
  • Choose your three favourite books and write comprehension questions about each one
  • Include a range of question types such as multiple choice, boxes, long answers etc.

Writing

  • Create factsheets / posters to explain the grammatical terms: noun phrase, active, passive, subordinate clause, rhetoric question
  • Write an adventure story in a mythical setting with your family and friends as the main characters
  • Create an information leaflet about Richmond Avenue Primary and Nursery School. Use a wide range of organisational and persuasive devices to set out your ideas. 

Maths

  • Write out at least 5 times tables a day, using Toolbox methods
  • Write a times tables quiz, with 20 different questions on the times tables
  • Create a game with those in your household to see who has the best times tables knowledge 
  • Create a grid with numbers up to 100. Can you write the roman numerals for each these numbers
  • Create a factsheet/ poster to explain problems using the four operations. Provide word problems to support this. 

Other Challenges

 

  • Take a photo of something that you do / that happens more than once day
  • Create a scrapbook of your 'at home; adventures, including these photos

 

Years five and six (Upper KS2)  have a book based curriculum that ensures coverage of all the National Curriculum subjects in an interesting and engaging way. 

Year 5 Subject Overview 

 

Year 6 Subject Overview