This will be our online learning zone should we need to be off school for a little while.
I will continue to post useful and interesting links when I come across them.
The following are ongoing tasks that can be done as and when:
Times Table Practice (Times Table Rockstars)
Spelling Practice (Spelling Shed or 'speedy spellings' lists)
On this page, I will post a series of home learning tasks which you may like to engage in with your child. I understand that given the current situation, these may not always be possible. I aim to post work both on this page, as well as on 'Google Classroom'. The work will aim to allow the children to keep on practising skills they have learnt so far in Year 5, as well as give further learning opportunities for curriculum areas that we were due to cover during this period of time away from school. I will aim to give a variety of daily Maths and English tasks, as well as topic based learning tasks.
Look after yourselves and each other.
Miss H x
Here is a list of useful links to websites for online games and ideas for activities at home:
Timestable Rockstars - Keep practising!
Spelling Shed - Year 5 word lists will be set up
Purple Mash - coding and online literacy activities
Scratch - online coding and creation of environments
Read Any Book - online free books (check age range to make sure they are suitable first)
Top Marks - Lots of educational games including times tables
Oxford Owl - Lots of educational games
ICT Games - Lots of educational games and online tools to demonstrate mathematical methods (eg, number lines)
Snappy Maths - Lots of mental maths worksheets
Pinterest - An amazing collection of activities, games, etc Amazing for rainy day ideas
JIT5 - A range of fun programs for the children to access: word processing, programming, animating etc
Crickweb - Sorting games, particularly good for science
National Geographic Kids- Activities and quizzes
Duolingo - Learning languages (available on web or app)