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Friday 1st May 2020

Good Morning Year 5

I hope you are ready for the final day of the home school week. 

Today is the 1st May, which is also traditionally known as May Day. 

This marks the approach of the incoming Summer. 

Usually it is celebrated by: Morris Dancing, crowning a May Queen, and dancing around a Maypole. Such a shame it won't be happening this year though but there will be many more to come where we get to enjoy May Day.

There are some pictures below of some of these activities!  



 Time for some Joe Wicks today! Get ready to use all your energy to keep up!

You can either follow this link, or find the live link for the Friday one. 

PE With Joe

Miss S group: -ent, -ence- Try Bouncing Anagram game!


Mrs T group dis- prefix, try Bouncing Anagram



Today there is the fourth chapter of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. It is called My Mother Teaches Me Bullfighting. It is an action-packed chapter, and I hope you enjoy it. Remember that you can do some doodling as I read the chapter to you as well. Below are the meanings of words that appear in the chapter. 

Chapter Four- My Mother Teaches Me Bullfighting

Still image for this video

Vocabulary for Chapter Four

minion- a follower or underling( worker) of a powerful person, especially an unimportant one.

silhouette- the dark shape or outline of something visible in restricted light against a brighter background. 

retreating- withdrawing (going back) from enemy forces as a result of their superior power or after a defeat. 

dissolved- disappear in to parts. 

high-octane- powerful or dynamic (fast, speedy, adept)

barrelled-drive or move in a way that is so fast it is almost out of control.

livestock- farm animals that are used to get money (meat, milk, wool etc)

conscious- aware and awake or deliberate and intentional. 

prophecy- a prediction of what will happen in the future.

anticipating- expecting something, which may also mean you are looking forward to it. 

lumber- move in a slow, heavy, awkward way

The Creature



Today we are focusing on Standard and non-Standard English. 

Standard English is the variety of English which is used, with minor regional and national variations, as a world language. 

The aim of learning it in school is that everyone should be able to use Standard English as needed in writing and in relatively formal speaking.

Standard English may also be referred to as 'correct' English. It follows grammatical rules like subject-verb agreement and the correct use of verb tenses or pronouns, for example:

This is really important to understand as it can help improve your written pieces of work, as well as support you when you are editing. Take a look at the file below which explains Standard and non-Standard English to you. 


Now have a go at the activity below!

Speed Tables

Here is Week 2 of Speed Tables! Don't forget to time yourself, and check to see the improvement on last week!


Today's maths, is a mathematical cross word, use the clues linked to multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000 to answer and complete it. 

Don't forget: 

The BIG Friday Challenge

Today your mission is to create the DREAM hotel for Kids. I want you to come up with and design a hotel that you would like to build and stay in. 

It can be anywhere in the world, you have no budget (so go wild!) 

However you must have:

1) A name for the hotel

2) A description of the foyer (the entrance where you collect your keys from) and what happens there, you need this to make an impact and give a brilliant first impression of the hotel to your guests. 

3) A picture (with labels) of how you get to your rooms. 

4) A picture (with labels) of what a typical hotel room looks like, make sure I can see all the amazing fun and luxurious extras that it has. 

5) A list of all the things you can do in the hotel whilst you are staying there.



Here is an example of the Gruffalo room at Chessington World of Adventures!

Gruffalo Room

You might choose to do a theme, or just combine all the things you like in one hotel!


For more information see the file below, which has some suggestions to think about. 

I would love to share some of this work with you all, so get designing! 

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