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Year 5 Home Learning Work for Monday 8th June


Spend 15 minutes on Doodle Maths and/or Doodle Tables.

Watch the video for today's lesson: Decimals as Fractions

Complete as much of today's worksheet (below) as you can.

(Answers are at the bottom of this page.)


Practise the spellings for this week:

Read the text below about BOOKS and answer the comprehension questions in full sentences.

(Answers are at the bottom of this page.)


First, search your house for the largest book you can find. It may have the most pages or the largest pages or both! Here's a photo of mine:


It is a very large dictionary - with a total of almost 1,800 pages!


I could have chosen this one:

This is a huge atlas - each page is 40cm x 30cm!


It may take you a while to find the largest book in your house, but once you have it, I want you to study it - look through it carefully and find ten facts that you didn't know before.


Here are mine:

A squeteague is an Atlantic spiny-finned fish used for food in America.

Zaddik, tsaddik, tsaddiq, tzaddik or tzaddiq are all alternative spellings of a word which is the title of a very devout Jewish person.

A xyster is a surgical instrument.

Stearin or stearine is the solid part of fat, often used in candles.

A jabiru is a Brazilian bird.

There are languages called Igbo and Nguni.

The capital of Malawi is Lilongwe.

There is a place called Searles Lake, which is a dry salt lake in the Mojave Desert, USA.

There is a town called Gloucester in Australia, as well as a Gloucester Island.

Christchurch in New Zealand is on Pegasus Bay.