Marriott Reading Challenge 2020
While you are at home it is essential to keep up with your reading. Here are some fun activities you can do over the period. Put these in your work book. How many can you tick off?
Are you a budding author? Can you tell a ripping yarn? Now is your chance to prove you’re you’ve got what it takes.
Marriott are having a story writing competition. All you need to do is choose any topic and write a short story, or part of a story. Your entry should be no longer than two sides of paper.
When all stories have been handed in they will be judged with the winners from each phase receiving a prize.
Great websites for Year 5
Why not try out some of these fabulous websites to keep your skills in tip top condition…
Hit the button: a great game where you can practise times tables, number bonds and much more.
Daily 10 Mental Maths Challenge: choose the level and test your skills against the clock
Connect 4 factors: a fun two-player game to secure your knowledge of factors
Super maths bowling: choose from a variety of activities and aim for a strike…
Funky Mummy: solve these multiplication problems to make the mummy dance.
www.urbrainy.com- free to register and they have created weekly packs of activities for years 1-6
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ - currently setting up maths home learning videos and teaching resources for each year group
Spelling frame: how good is your spelling? Test yourself against your year group here:
Spooky spellings: a fun game to test your knowledge of the common exception (tricky) words.
Word frog: test your knowledge of word types.
Read theory: complete a range of reading challenges
Super stories: can you select the write language to make these stories into best-sellers?
Myths and legends: make your own myth or legend comic strip.
Science Kids: there are links to games here for every topic we have covered so far in science. Why not try them to refresh your memory and have some fun…
We are learning about Italy. Check out these websites to learn more. You could record some of what you’ve learned in your work book.
Newsround: don’t forget to keep up with the latest news here every day.