Welcome to 5B!
We hope you are staying safe and looking after yourselves. We can't wait to see you in September when you will be in Year 6! We know you will all be amazing.
Joke of the week -
What animal is always at a baseball game?
We love to read in class 5B and it is important that we read at home too! Children should complete 10-20 minutes of reading per night. The name of the book should be recorded in their reading log, along with page numbers, a comment about how they read, and a signature.
Your activities for this week:
Check on My Maths to see which tasks you have been set.
Check on Education City to see if you have been set different tasks.
Art Week - Literacy and Creative Writing
Children's Art Week is run by Engage - the National Association for Gallery Education.
Children's Art Week 2020 will take place across 3 weeks from 29th June to 19th July. Activities will take place online, at home and in schools. Each week has a different theme:
- Week 1 - The Natural World
- Week 2 - Connecting across generations
- Week 3 - Literacy and creative writing
To ignite your creativity by looking at the theme of literacy and creative writing, why not explore some of your favourite books and paint a scene of them using 2Paint a Picture. If you’re a fan of Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan why not draw or paint a scene of Percy fighting one of the monsters? Or even paint what you think Narnia looks like through the wardrobe from The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to use these letters to create as many words as possible. The amount of points your score depends on how long the words are. Remember, you can't use proper nouns.
Why don't you set yourself a time limit and see how much you can score? Challenge someone at home.
Show us your creativity!
Your challenge whilst you are away from school is to be creative and show us your art and design skills.
- Sketch a portrait of someone using different pencil techniques.
- Make your own board game – with rules. Try to beat a parent or sibling!
- Create something to showcase your learning. This could be a poster or diagram.
- Create a rainbow to display in the windows of your house - spread positivity!