Coppice Valley Primary School

Learners for Life

Chestnut Class Year  5 & 6

Hello Chestnut Class! I will update this page regularly with activities for you to do at home.

For the next two weeks, our class page will be a little different. We're still putting up tasks for you to do, but instead of Maths and English, we'll have a range of other subjects such as Art and French. We will also put up a Mental Health and Well-being activity for you to do each day.  Some projects may be ongoing, others will change each day. Check in to see what's new!

If you get stuck or have any questions for me, you can contact me on the class email below:

chestnut@coppicevalley.n-yorks.sch.uk

Before you go on to see today's new tasks, take a look at these pictures sent in from Colin. He's done some exciting-looking Easter crafts with his family. He's been outside investigating tadpoles, which fits in perfectly with our Animals and Living Things Science work! He's also made a "Coronavirus Jar", where you make a note each week of what you would like to do when the lockdown is over. You read these notes when things are back to normal - not only will this give you fantastic ideas of what to do - but I think it will also make us all more appreciative of the many wonderful things in our lives when all this is over. Absolutely amazing Colin - thank you to you and your family for the pictures and inspiration!

Ongoing project - History:

Or create a multimedia poster on Glogster! Go to https://edu.glogster.com/ 

Select get started in the top corner. Then choose 'student'. Create a profile using my educator code BBAU48

 

Daily meditation/Yoga:

Here's some ideas for activities to try over the weekend!

Try this Easter Egg biscuit recipe:

Crucial Crew Game:

As Crucial Crew has been cancelled this year, they've created this game to teach you all you would have learned in the sessions. It's very important so make sure you give it a go!

www.crucial-crew.org.uk

 

Very Short Reading Task

Here is a very short text to read and 4 questions just to keep your brain going with your reading skills. The answers are directly below as I will leave this on for a few days. So make sure there's no cheating!

Science

The National Space Centre is making some special videos for Rocket Week. Take a look at their Youtube Channel (link below) to see not only their new videos, but many others too! 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/NSpaceCentre?mc_eid=67c910e1ef&mc_cid=0ac98ce908

PE

Computing

Do you want to continue building your coding skills? Have a go at the Minecraft adventure at https://studio.code.org/s/mc/stage/1/puzzle/1

 

You can also try Lightbot here: https://lightbot.com/flash.html 

(Don't forget to enable Flash!)

 

 

Useful websites

https://www.sats-papers.co.uk

https://www.spag.com/
Internet Safety

http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

http://www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers

http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z3c6tfr

Brush up on your typing skills!

Maths

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/maths/shape_space/shapes/read/1/ find out about shapes and their properties here.
http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/maths/3d/index.htm  This is an excellent way to find out about 3d shapes.  You can look at the shape, find out about its properties and find out what the net looks like.
Learn about finding the perimeter and area of shapes.

Use this web site to practise looking at numbers when you multiply or divide by 10, 100, 1000.

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=Subtractdifference

This is brilliant for understanding hopping between decimal numbers. You can see the hops and an explanation of the size of these hops too.

 http://www.mathsisfun.com/numbers/number-line-zoom.html

Use this to fully understand the order and size of numbers.

 http://www.visnos.com/demos/fraction-wall

Use this site to become more familiar with the size of fractions, and to find equivalents.

Excellent geography pages.

http://footprint.wwf.org.uk/

 

Sumdoghttp://www.sumdog.com       Oxford Owl  http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/         http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/