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Year 5

 

Hi everyone! I have put some links on this page to a number of different websites and learning apps that you might want to use to help you to practice your: maths, reading, SPAG or writing.

If you want to find out more about areas in Science, RE, history, geography, computing or many more of the subjects we learn about in school - keep scrolling down this page. I'm sure you'll find something that you want to explore and learn about!

Don't forget - if you get stuck you can always message me any questions on Dojo!

Learning Profiles

Maths

The following sites are those that are used frequently in school. Your child's login for My Maths will be in their planner.

The MathsFrame link below takes you to a website where you can play a telling the time game as well as a wide range of other maths games.

Here are some links to some more writing websites that you may find useful over the coming weeks and months. Please note these will have free access for a range of resources and then you subscribe for full content. I have only listed below sites that I feel you can get enough content value from AND NOT need to subscribe.

Reading

Your child's login for Accelerated Reader is the same as their school login which they should know. They can take quizzes on any book they read whilst at home during this challenging time.

Accelerated Reader

The Oxford Owl link directly below takes you to the Oxford Owl website where there is a collection of free eBooks. You need to create a login for this but this is completely free! Your child can read an eBook and then complete the linked activities for these.

Use the Storyline link below to listen to a wide range of stories.

Click the Poetry4Kids link below for a wide range of poems to share with your child and then they may even be able to come up with some of their own!

Here are some links to some more writing websites that you may find useful over the coming weeks and months. Please note these will have free access for a range of resources and then you subscribe for full content. I have only listed below sites that I feel you can get enough content value from AND NOT need to subscribe.

Writing

Here are some links to some more writing websites that you may find useful over the coming weeks and months. Please note these will have free access for a range of resources and then you subscribe for full content. I have only listed below sites that I feel you can get enough content value from AND NOT need to subscribe.

Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

The Topmarks link below takes you to the spelling area of the website, where your child can practise their spellings. There are also a range of good maths games on this website, which your child may want to explore!

The Spelling City link below has some more great games that can be played to support your child in practising their spellings.

Here are some links to some more writing websites that you may find useful over the coming weeks and months. Please note these will have free access for a range of resources and then you subscribe for full content. I have only listed below sites that I feel you can get enough content value from AND NOT need to subscribe.

R.E.

Barnabas in Schools is a great website that we use in school for ideas in R.E. lessons. Click the link below where you can access a range of topics, reflections and activities to engage your child.

Other Subject Areas

The Crickweb link below will take you directly to games and resources focused on science. Make sure you have a look at what else it has to offer as there are games and resources for a range of subjects - just hover over the KS2 tab at the top of the webpage and click the subject you want!

National Geographic has some great games and resources! Check it out...

The Shaun the Sheep link below takes you to a website where you can find out about the essential parts that make up a game, learn to code and make your very first game! It also has a great 'Resources' section that lists a range of different websites to support learning in computing.

Follow the GoNoodle link below and have access to a wide range of videos that families can use to move and learn together!

The Super Movers link below is similar to GoNoodle; you will have access to a wide range of curriculum-linked videos to get you moving and learning together!

Below is a link to The Body Coach TV, where there are some kid's workouts.

Click the link below to follow draw along videos!

Duolingo can be used to learn French - listen, read and write in French! You need to create an account but once again this is free!