Help support your child's Year 5 English learning at home with a practical, targeted eBook. Literacy topics covered include punctuation, spelling, grammar, reading comprehension and creative writing. As well as parents' notes on the theory your eBook contains lots of practical activities and games to help your child practise what they're learning at home.
Teach your Year 5 English is a reference guide and home-teaching kit which will help you understand exactly what literacy skills your child is expected to have mastered in Year 5.
Primary school teacher and parent Trudie Eagle has prepared a mixture of information, tips and activities to ensure that you have the right facts at your fingertips to check your child has fully grasped and achieved each and every Y5 English skill, using the same methods that they are taught (rather than confusing them with the ones you learned at school!). You'll be able to print off highly targeted worksheets to help them master the essential techniques as they progress through the school year.
In Teach your child Year 5 English, you’ll discover:
- The vocabulary/terminology your child is being taught at school, so you can refer to the same concepts at home.
- An explanation of the methods they use in the classroom so you don’t end up doing more harm than good by trying to teach them in a different way.
- Why it is so important to talk to your child about their learning so you can ensure they understand literacy techniques and how to apply them.
- What children are taught in Year 5 English
- Year 5 English objectives
- Key Year 5 English vocabulary
- General tips to help your child
Year 5 English topics and practice activities
- Punctuation and grammar
- Creative writing
- Reading and writing: non-fiction
- Reading and writing: fiction
- Reading and writing: poetry and plays
'I used Teach your child Year 5 maths and Teach your child Year 5 English to help my grandchildren. I found them very useful as we worked through every sheet in the eBooks and the twins finished top of their class!' – Yvonne, East Sussex