Year 5 Homework Grid

 

SPELLINGMATHSENGLISHSCIENCEHSIEPDHPEWrite your spelling listout each night usingthe look, say, cover,write, check method.Make sure you useyour best handwritingand your work is setout neatlySubtraction

Write and solve 20subtraction sums usingthe following numbers.3 078, 2 906, 32 078,11000, 21 987, 109 098,6670, 23 990, 888 888,

You must show all working out including trading! e.g.

19 14 

204 -137 67 

Home Reading

Continue to read mostnights at home for atleast 10 minutes. Makesure your parents orcarers sign your readingchart so you can collectstamps and certificateswhen you reach targets.

Blobz Guide to ElectricCircuits

You’ll have fun doing thistask! Go to the websitewww.andythelwell.com/blobzand play Blobz Guide toElectric Circuits. Makesure you read the info, trythe activity and the quizfor all 5 sections. When you have completed all 5sections ask Mum or Dad tosign this space.Signed:__________ 

Indonesian IndependenceDay

Read the reportwww.expat.or.id/info/aug17th.htmlDownload and completethe worksheet -Indonesian Celebrationfromwww.mrlund56.weeby.com

Cybersmart Quiz

Visitwww.cybersmart.gov.au/Kids.aspxand take the‘How Cybersmart R U?’quiz. Write your 16answers in yourhomework book

Write 6 sentencesusing your spelling list.Make sure you writethe heading Sentencesand write the date.Don’t forget capitalletters and full stops!!!(6 sentences for thewhole week NOT 6sentences per night).

Data

Roll a die 20 times andrecord the numberrolled each time in atable. Then record thisinformation in a columngraph showing thetotals for numbers 1 to6. Use a ruler! Thenwrite the totals foreach number as afraction either out of20 or in its lowest forme.g. 4 = 1

20 5

Books or TV

Read the persuasionprompt fromwww.mrlund56.weebly.comThen write a persuasion(exposition) online usingwww.writingfun.com

Who can Resist?

Play the game ‘Who canResist?’ atwww.culverco.com/sse/games/index.htmland writea list of the conductors andinsulators. Then answer thefollowing question: Whatmakes a good conductor?

5 Days in Bali

Use the links fromhttp://www.bali-paradise.comto researchthe many touristactivities on the island ofBali. Download andcomplete the worksheet -5 Days in Bali fromwww.mrlund56.weebly.com

CyberQuoll

Watch the 6 CyberQuollepisodes atwww.cybersmart.gov.au/cyberquoll/html/menu.htmland write aparagraph for eachepisode that outlinestips for beingcybersmart while usingthe internet

On This Page:

Homework ideas are at the top. Class projects are further down this page. Please scroll down until you find them. Thanks!

WEEK 8

Homework this week: 

Please Choose from the Term 4 Grid. (See Below)

Choose from this Term 4 Homework Grid:


A good website for tables fluency is here:http://www.arcademics.com

Parents- Thanks for your feedback on Survey Monkey. 

Most people said they are happy with our current format but one parent suggested a grid design. So, if you would like your child to have more alternatives for homework, I have designed this grid. The requirement for all students is to do 30-40 minutes homework  Let me know what you think. Click on the page to bring up a clearer version that can be printed.

Another grid with some different options if you have run out! 

This link has some fun spelling ideas:

http://www.momto2poshlildivas.com/2012/10/75-fun-ways-to-practice-and-learn.html


Some more alternative Homework Tasks

Do XtraMath daily!

A good website for tables fluency is here:http://www.arcademics.com

ASSIGNMENTS AND PROJECTS 

Term 4





For clearer resolution, click on the picture and print if desired.
For support, look on the History tab of this blog. There are a few websites that may assist some people. 

Please note: In class, we have read about the effect of European Settlements on Aboriginals and also read about the effect of settlement on the environment. You can use this information in your project for the 3rd section.

(See info above about modification to deadlines)


Check out this link for 'Pete the Cat':

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUubMSfIs-U

For those who are interested, I have posted the rubric and goals for the Buddy Book. I hope it is helpful, however, children should do the work independently for a fair assessment. Thanks!



Term 2




Term 1


 PROGRAM ACHIEVE - ORGANISATION:

• Setting Goals- thinking that setting a goal can help me to be more successful at a task.

• Planning My Time- thinking about how long it will take me to do my schoolwork and planning enough time to get it done.

2013

HISTORY ASSIGNMENT: Diorama and Journal.

Dioramas have now all been presented. 

Well done Room 19! Look for your pictures on the blog under the History Tab.


Classroom Science Project: Desert Animals and Plants 

Design and Technology Assignment.

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History Assignments

MATHS PROJECT

2012 Boat assessments: All children should have received their grades for their boat projects. Well done everyone. We had some amazing creations!

HISTORY 

PERSONAL HISTORY PROJECT: 

2012 PERSONAL HISTORY PROJECT (Assessment) : All students should now have a copy of their grade as well as a written summary of their achievement. I am happy to give more detail or clarification if needed. The children should feel proud of these wonderful records of their lives. I think in the future, they may enjoy looking through their work again. Maybe at their 21st birthdays?
Well done everyone!

Term 2 Homework

Term 2 Week 10 - Homework

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These are some words to try and get into our writing.
  • Difficult words: ability, absolutely, achieve, actually, advantage, affect, appalling, argue, attention, available, awareness, barrier, benefit, behaviour, burden, capable, capacity, certain, choice, comfortable, community, comparison, complaining, complete, concern, conclusion, confidence, consider, continue, culture, chocolate, damage, dangerous, decide, decision, demonstrate, description, develop, different, disadvantage, disappear, discuss, donation, educational, energy, enjoyable, enormous, entirely, especially, essential, evidence, exercise, experience, extremely, favourite, frighten, further, future, general, gigantic, government, guess, hazardous, health, honest, hopefully, hygiene, illegal, imagination, immediate, importance, improvement, increase, individual, influence, inexpensive, information, instance, intention, interest, introduction, issue, judgement, knowledge, language, limited, logical, luxury, machine, maintain, manage, massive, maximum, measure, moderation, morally, motivation, natural, negative, normally, numerous, obesity, observe, occur, opinion, opportunity, opposition, option, ordinary, organise, ourselves, original, particular, personal, persuade, pleasure, popular, positive, possible, powerful, precious, previously, priority, process, produce, properly, purchase, purpose, quality, reality, receive, recent, recognise, remember, replenish, represent, reproduce, research, resource, responsible, ridiculous, satisfy, science, serious, several, similar, solution, statement, success, suitable, summary, support, surround, system, television, terrible, themselves, therefore, treasure, unbelievable, uncertain, uncomfortable, undecided, uneducated, unethical, unfortunately, unique, unnatural, urgency, usual, value, vision, whether, worthwhile, yourselves


  • Challenging words: advantageous, appreciate, appropriate, basically, beneficial, consequence, courageous, definite, dramatically, environment, exaggerate, efficient, facilities, guarantee, irresponsible, magnificent, necessary, noticeable, nuisance, occasionally, occurrence, outrageous, physically, realistically, responsibility, separate, significance, sufficient, temporary, traumatic, unnecessary, unethically.

To download some more examples of persuasive writing, type 'persuasive text' and download from from Blake Education.



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