Year 5 Bundle of Activities

In this bundle you will find lots of learning activities which are fun to do, aimed at children who are in Year 5

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This bundle includes the following lesson plans

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Identifying an Emergency

Understanding how to identify an emergency, requesting the right help and knowing how to do this, are really important life skills. This lesson will provide an opportunity to learn how to react in an emergency and also learn that you …

This bundle includes the following resources

Planning your escape route from a building is a vital part of learning about keeping safe. If the smoke alarm goes off at home, do you know your quickest route out?

Keeping safe at the swimming pool is important for children to learn at a young age. This differentiated crossword provides two levels of difficulty and challenges the children to answer questions about water safety to find the words that fit …

Keep safe at the swimming pool by learning important rules and advice. See if you can find the hidden words in the wordsearch and learn more about how to stay safe at the swimming pool.

From a young age, it is important for children to understand that water can be dangerous. This engaging picture of characters moving around a house, teaches the children to look out for potential hazards that could cause harm. Can they …

An informative video showing a simple re-enactment of the bravery shown by Grace Darling in 1838. Delivered by an energetic presenter, this video explains the story clearly and also highlights the work that the volunteers at the RNLI do to …

PowerPoint featuring powerful images of Grace Darling’s bravery as she risked her life to rescue the stranded survivors of the wrecked steamship Forfarshire in 1838. An act of bravery that earned her an award for gallantry from the RNLI.

This activity sheet is for the lesson ‘Identifying an Emergency’ and teaches the children about how to call for help when there is an emergency and the important information that they will have to share in order for an ambulance …

What dangers are there at home? Learning about keeping safe at home is essential as part of the primary PSHE curriculum. This activity uses this theme to deliver a data-handling task in which the children read and analyse data from …

A challenging design activity linked to learning how to stay safe. In this activity children will need to use ideas and design skills to create outfits that would make you more visible in the dark. There is an extension challenge …

Crossing the road can be dangerous if you don’t know how to do it properly. Children, from a young age, need to learn some simple steps to help them stay safe when they need to cross a road. This activity …

A fascinating lesson about Edison and his invention of the lightbulb. This sheet explains clearly how a light bulb works and would be useful as part of science learning about materials and electricity.

Building sites are very dangerous places but lots of children use them to play in. This activity features an article about the consequences when two young girls decided to use a building site as a playground. A literacy based activity …

A maths data handling activity based on the theme of road safety. By analysing the data and thinking of ways to reduce the accidents in Dangershire the children will be learning important road safety lessons.

Accidents do occur in the home. This activity highlights some areas of the home in which many accidents happen and also looks at the age groups that suffer the most accidents in the home. The task is to create a …

The Fire and Rescue Service attend many different types of emergencies and incidents. This colouring activity is of a chemical spillage.

Promote creativity by engaging the children in this colouring activity linked to the Fire and Rescue Service.

The Fire and Rescue Service attend many different types of emergencies and incidents using different vehicles. This colouring activity is of a fire engine.

The Coastguard will be on hand for emergencies that happen on the coast. In this busy beach scene there are some accidents waiting to happen and some safe behaviour being shown. Can you spot them all?

The RNLI work hard to look after us when we at the beach but we must follow the rules and learn how to keep ourselves safe too. This interactive game allows you to click on dangers that you can spot …

See if you can spot the differences in our road safety pictures. Look carefully at the details and you may be able to see the good and bad behaviour in the pictures.

Learn about keeping safe at home by using this crossword to expose the children to key words and safety messages. 

Learn about keeping safe at home by using this crossword to expose the children to key words and safety messages. Two levels of challenge available with clues to solve to find the key words that fit in the crossword.

Can you crack the code? Find the answers to the maths questions, use the answer to find the matching letter and spell out a safety message. A great activity to practise maths skills and learn about what to do in …

Can you crack the code? Use logic to work out the hidden message and spread the word to keep you and your family safe from fires in the home.

Practise maths skills to solve calculations using the four operations. Use the answers to find the matching letter and uncover the fire safety message. It is important to expose children to the safety messages to teach them how to keep …

The RNLI have different equipment to rescue people who are in trouble at sea. This picture shows the Atlantic 85 boat in action, use colours to brighten up the picture.

This poster displays the water safety code which gives clear advice about how to avoid getting into trouble in water and also what to do if there is an emergency situation. An essential resource to share with children as part …

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