Updated 8th July 2020
Find out more about life cycles with these 60 second reads and quick questions!
Updated 1st July 2020
Explore life cycles in humans and animals.
Updated 24th June 2020
Learn about mixing and dissolving and separation.
This lesson includes:
two video showing how to mix and dissolve and also how to separate out mixtures
two activities to help reinforce learning
Updated 17th June 2020
Check your knowledge on Space and try the Speak Like An Expert activity. If you're not ready for this yet or score 15 points or less, take a look back at some of the other resources on this page before trying again.
Updated 3rd June 2020
Make a model of the Solar System!
Create a model of the Solar System using Papier Mache, use these links for more ideas and instructions. Share any of your creations on the blog!
Updated 12th May 2020
Here are more fun resources from Twinkl to help you learn about Space and life as an astronaut. There is a powerpoint which will help you think about if you've got what it takes to be an astronaut. There is also a crossword and labelling activities.
Updated 4th May 2020
BBC Bitesize and NASA have lots of resources to choose from. Click on the link for Bitesize or the picture for NASA then choose games, activities, crafts or media to see more!
Remember you can share your learning on the blog
Updated 28th April 2020
All About Space
We posted some resources about space last week and as this is such an interesting topic, we have a few more great resources you might find interesting.
Life as an Astronaut
In Year 5A, we watched a couple of videos by Astronaut Chris Hadfield when he was in Space. He talked about life on the International Space Station. If you want to find out more about being an astronaut, there is a fantastic programme hosted by Chris Hadfield that the BBC are showing (it was originally shown in 2017). It is called Astronauts: Do You Have What It Takes?
There are more clips here:
Maybe one day you could join them and see if you have what it takes to be an astronaut and explore space from the International Space Station!
Explore the Solar System from home!
Another exciting app you could try is SkyLite which is free - make sure you ask your parent or carer before downloading. This app lets you see what the different stars are you can see in the sky. If you wait until it is dark and hold the app by the window or in your garden and point it to the stars, it will tell you what constellations or planets there are!
Updated 20th April 2020
Try out these different resources related to your learning about simple machines (levers, gears and pulleys). Can you find examples of these simple machines or even make your own? If you're not sure on some of the vocabulary in these resources, use a dictionary or google the definition.
Would you like to explore Space? You've come to the right place! We will be adding lots of exciting resources to do with our Year 5 topic of Earth and Space onto this page.
Virtually visit Mars with this cool resource: https://accessmars.withgoogle.com/
Explore space with Google Sky - use the bottom of the screen to choose different parts to explore: https://www.google.com/sky/
Can you upload anything you have found out on the class blog?
Choose a different activity each day and make a poster about what you have learnt.
Do some research on planets and write down what you have found out – this could be a non-chronological report, a newspaper report or an explanation text.