Category Archives: Primary 5C

P5C 16/05/2022

Hi,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Here is the homework for this week:

Spelling

Our spelling rule is anti. Please copy words two more times and either write four sentences OR choose an active task to complete in your spelling homework jotter. This should be returned on Friday.

Red Blue
antibiotic

antiseptic

antidote

antisocial

anticlockwise

antibacterial

used

potatoes

through

wrinkle

antibiotic

antiseptic

antidote

antisocial

anticlockwise

antibacterial

used

potatoes

through

wrinkle

Maths

This week is the Renfrewshire Sumdog competition. Please play a little every night to help our class and school climb the leaderboard!

Reading

Please try to read a little each night and return reading books on Friday 20th May. Remember, reading books can we swapped before then if completed.

Reminders

  • PE is on a Tuesday and Friday. Friday PE may be outdoors.
  • Parents Evening/Twilight appointments are on Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • Letters for our P5 trip have been handed out today. Please return these by Tuesday 24th May.
  • Any Talent Show audition forms must be handed in by Wednesday this week.

 

Miss Cameron

Plastic Tubs Needed

Hi everyone

As part of P5’s upcoming chemistry learning on dissolving and separating substances, we are in need of any small plastic tubs that can be turned into sieves. Something around the size of a butter tub would be perfect. If you have anything like this could you send it into class please? It is much appreciated.

Thank you!

Miss Grant

P5C 09/05/22

Hi,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Here is the homework for this week:

Spelling

Our spelling rule is sub. Please copy words two more times and either write four sentences OR choose an active task to complete in your spelling homework jotter. This should be returned on Friday.

Red Blue
submit

subject

subside

submerge

submarine

substitute

submissive

subconscious

measure

together

could

stopped

submit

subject

subside

submerge

submarine

substitute

measure

together

could

stopped

 

Maths

We were revising column subtraction today in class. Please complete the column subtraction worksheet and bring it to school on Friday. If you would like another reminder of the column method, you can visit BBC Bitesize.

Reading

Reading books have been given out today. Please try to read a little each night and return reading books on Thursday 26th May.

Reminders

PE is still on a Tuesday and Friday. Friday PE may be outdoors.

 

Miss Cameron

P5C 03/05/22

Hi,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Here is the homework for this week:

Spelling

Our spelling rule is  pre. Please complete the assignment on Literacy Planet by Friday.

prefix

predict

preview

preserve

prevent

prepare

enough

excited

sandwiches

dangerous

Reading

Please try to read a little each night and return reading books on Friday 6th May.

Maths

There is no maths homework this week.

Reminders

PE is on Tuesday and Friday.

Thursday is an In-Service Day.

Parents Night appointment letters have been given out today.

 

 

Miss Cameron

P5C Homework 25/4/22

Hi,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Here is the homework for this week:

Spelling

Our spelling rule is ist. Please copy words two more times and write four sentences in your spelling homework jotter. This should be returned on Friday.

Red Blue
artist

cyclist

tourist

chemist

guitarist

persist

parties

shower

thought

wrapped

artist

cyclist

tourist

chemist

guitarist

persist

journalist

scientist

parties

shower

thought

wrapped

 

Maths

Please complete the worksheet on balancing equations and return for Friday.

Reading

Reading books have been given out today. Please try to read a little each night and return reading books on Friday 6th May.

Reminders

PE is still on a Tuesday and Friday.

On Friday, the Eagles can wear their own clothes to school.

 

Miss Cameron

P5C Homework 19/04/22

Hi,

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter break. Here is the homework for this week:

Spelling

Our spelling rule is ent. Please copy words two more times and write four sentences in your spelling homework jotter. This should be returned on Friday.

Red Blue
student

moment

movement

argument

affluent

settlement

experiment

environment

finally

wait

correct

quickly

invent

student

moment

movement

argument

affluent

finally

wait

correct

quickly

 

Maths

We have started working on expressions and equations. If you would like to practise this at home, try the games below:

Basketball Game

Car Race

Reading

Reading books will be given out on Monday 25th. Accelerated Reader books can be read at home this week.  Click here to sign in and complete a quiz if you have finished your book.

Reminders

PE is still on a Tuesday and Friday.

 

Miss Cameron

P5C Endangered Animals Research Task

Good Morning Primary 5,

Today you are going to take part in a research task for your classification science topic.

You are going to learn all about extinct and endangered animals. Sometimes, when animals are threatened or something changes in their habitat, they adapt themselves to suit their environment. This ensures that they live on. If they do not adapt, they can become extinct. You have been given an A5 worksheet about certain organisms and their adaptations.  Use the websites below to research these animals and fill in the sheet about their adaptations.

Adaptations of the Camels (exploringnature.org)

How Are Penguins Adapted To A Life In Antarctica? – WorldAtlas

List of Savanna Animals (sciencing.com)

Adaptations of plants – Ecosystems and habitats – KS3 Biology – BBC Bitesize – BBC Bitesize

If you finish, use the WWF website to choose an animal and find out about its conservation status. On the back of your sheet, explain why this animals has its particular conservation status.

Species List | Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Animals | WWF (worldwildlife.org)

 

P5C Research Task

Good Morning Primary 5,

Today you are going to take part in a research task for your classification science topic.

You are going to learn all about extinct and endangered animals. Sometimes, when animals are threatened or something changes in their habitat, they adapt themselves to suit their environment. This ensures that they live on. If they do not adapt, they can become extinct. You have been given an A5 worksheet about certain organisms and their adaptations.  Use the websites below to research these animals and fill in the sheet about their adaptations.

Adaptations of the Camels (exploringnature.org)

How Are Penguins Adapted To A Life In Antarctica? – WorldAtlas

List of Savanna Animals (sciencing.com)

Adaptations of plants – Ecosystems and habitats – KS3 Biology – BBC Bitesize – BBC Bitesize

If you finish, use the WWF website to choose an animal and find out about its conservation status. On the back of your sheet, explain why this animals has its particular conservation status.

Species List | Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Animals | WWF (worldwildlife.org)

P5C 28.3.22

Hi,

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the sunshine. Here are some reminders for this week:

  • Big Walk and Wheel will continue this week. Bikes and scooters can be brought to school. Helmets are essential if bringing a bike.
  • PE is on Tuesday this week.
  • There is no spelling homework this week. We will work on ‘ant’ words every day  in class.
  • There is a school Sumdog competition all week. We will spend a bit of time on this in class but you can also play from home if you wish.
  • We came 1st in the UK on Word Mania! Well done! The Final round will take place 30th March – 1st April.
  • Solo talks will be presented on Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th. Please send any PowerPoints, photos etc. to gw16cameronmichelle@glow.sch.uk. They can also be brought in on an USB stick or saved to OneDrive on Glow.
  • School closes on Friday 1st April at 2:30 pm for the Easter break.

Miss Cameron