It's not hard once you know the rules, says Jackie Cosh.We have an exciting year ahead with lots of opportunties for children to develop their learning and reach their potential.This booklet contains Weeks 11-20 of homework sheets for this year level all linked to the Australian National Curriculum.
Answer sheets are also contained in the second half of the booklet.
You can choose to print the first half for students to take home and then provide the answer sheets at a later date.
Published in 1998, the links to the National Curriculum are to the 1995 revision.
The homework sheets are correlated to Ginn Science and are organised into four sections: Sc1 Experimental and investigative science; Sc2 Life processes and living things; Sc3 Materials and their properties; and Sc4 Physical processes.
For each activity that you complete, you will receive points (as indicated on the activity sheet) - there will be a prize for the student with the most points in September and there will be a prize for the student who has given the most effort to completing their activities.
I am looking for you to be creative, present your work beautifully and read as much as you can this summer - it really will help you to be ready for Year 6!There are activities for spelling practice and handwriting skills.Extensive use is made of New Zealand material and there are activities to help improve thinking skills. Teachers' notes and information for parents and carers support each sheet.Please be aware that resources have been published on the website in the form that they were originally supplied.Here’s your guide to what they’re being taught as part of the Year 5 English curriculum.Good grammar isn't just for English lessons – it's a vital skill that will take your child through their educational journey and their life.This workbook covers aspects of The New Zealand Curriculum, Level Three. It provides comprehensive coverage of the Learning Areas of English and Mathematics and Statistics.It has activities for the Learning Areas of Science, Social Sciences, Technology and Health.This means that procedures reflect general practice and standards applicable at the time resources were produced and cannot be assumed to be acceptable today.Website users are fully responsible for ensuring that any activity, including practical work, which they carry out is in accordance with current regulations related to health and safety and that an appropriate risk assessment has been carried out.