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Week: 27/04/2020

Home Learning Area Tasks for the week of: 27/04/2020


Class Connectivity

To keep our class connected and to see what we all have been doing during these unprecedented times, I would like you to send me either a picture or small video of something you have been up to. This could include a walk, exercise routines, painting, etc - anything you have been up to and want to share. I will then put all of these moments into a video montage to share with you at the end of the week.  




In the top left-hand corner select 'Curriculum for Wales'. Then, from the 'Library', choose 'Using Data Skills'. Then select 'Interpret Results'. I would like you to try, 'All Averages'. Select the 'Lesson' to help you understand before completing the 'Online Homework' task.


Important: Don't forget to select the 'Lesson' before attempting the 'Online Homework' task.


If you don't get things correct first time, keep trying the tasks until you have a better understanding or ask for help. 


Don't forget there is also a selection of Maths websites on the Year 5 class page - click here to view.




There are two books for you to read. Once you have read them carefully, complete the tasks assigned.


Book 1: Gelert's Grave - reading test questions

Book 2: The Year Of The Sheep - (reading in preparation for next week's task)


Topic 1: Designing a Theme Park Layout


A plot of land has become available and you have decided to build a brand new theme park. You have managed to secure a £500,000 loan from the bank.


Your first task is to plan your park. The piece of square paper (below), will be your park.  


You must carefully decide what kind of rides you are going to have. You also need to think about the other facilities visitors will need when they come to your theme park. For example, toilets, cafes, shops and paths will all be available for purchase. 


Setting up your theme park:


Your spending limit is £500,000. Design and draw your theme park on the squared paper. You must not go over your spending limit and you must have car parks, toilets, paths to connect all the items, cafes and shops for your visitors. It is not about just having rides. You will need to please all of your visitors. 


Each attraction comes under a different category. Each category varies in price. Choose carefully from the prices and information page, making sure you have something which appeals to everyone. 


Follow the key below when colouring in the plan of your park. 


Theme Park Key: 


Category 1 Rides: Red 

Category 2 Rides: Yellow 

Category 3 Facilities: Purple 

Bins: Orange 

Toilets: Pink 

Trees: Green 

Lakes: Blue 

Paths: Brown 

Car Park: Grey 




Category 1 Attractions - £50,000 each. These attractions take up 12cm² 



A rollercoaster 


A water ride 


A Ferris wheel 


Category 2 Attractions - £25,000 each. These attractions take up 6cm² 



A bouncy castle 




Haunted house 


A Mirror Maze 


A merry-go-round 


A Pirate Ship ride 


Spinning Ride 


Circus Tent 



Train Ride 


Category 3 Attractions - £8,000 each. These attractions take up 4cm² 


A café 


A shop 


Ice Cream Stand 


First Aid Centre 




Other facilities and attractions – These items are individually priced 


Path - £200 per 5cm length 


Tree - £200 per square 

(1 square per tree) 


Lake - £1,000 per square 


Toilets - £1 000. 

4cm² per block of toilets 


Rubbish Bin - £50 

1cm² per bin 


Car Park - £500 per square

(Each 1cm square will take 100 Cars) 



An example of how your theme park plan could look is below (you will still need to work out how much it would cost)


Email me your coloured in park plans and state how much money you have spent




Your spelling words are available for you to learn - a family member could test you on Friday.

You could also complete the activities from Friday's Spelling lesson - sentences, definitions and 'words within words'. Don't forget to share your work with me.

Example of Theme Park Plan

How to create the above plan:

1. Download the squared paper.

2. Take a screen shot of the whole document - Press 'Alt' and 'PrtSc' (Windows)

3. Copy and paste the squared-paper screenshot into paint - will make colouring in the plan easier.

4. Fill in squares quickly using the paint bucket icon on paint.

5. Crop your finished plan.

Scream Machine QM: Research Questions

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