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YEAR 5 RESIDENTIAL PACKING LIST
YEAR 5 RESIDENTIAL PACKING LIST
The holidays are a great time to start packing or buying things for your residential trip!
Remember - you pack it...you carry it!
WHAT TO BRING
- 3 pairs shorts
- 4 – 5 T shirts
- Sufficient underwear/socks
- 1 pair long trousers or track pants
- Sweatshirt / hoody / jumper
- 1 change of clothes for evening activities
- Pyjamas / Nightdress
- Swimming Costume
- 2 hats
- Light raincoat with hood
- Reading book
- 2 towels
- Plastic bag for dirty laundry
- Mosquito repellent/after-bite cream
- Toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, hairbrush, face towel, all packed in toilet bag)
- Rubber–soled shoes for walking in river
- Trainers / walking shoes
- Day pack which can be carried on back
- Water bottle
WHAT NOT TO BRING
- No electronic games or personal stereos please
- Excessive amounts of junk food!
- Teddy bear!
- Camera with film/memory card
- Torch with batteries
- Own Cycling Helmet
- Watch or alarm clock
- Medication in a sealable container; must be clearly labelled, to be handed to teacher prior to getting on the bus
- Sleeping bag - not essential as blankets are provided. Please take into account the space it will take up in your child’s luggage and do not feel you have to buy one especially for this trip.
· POCKET MONEY - There will be opportunities for the children to buy souvenirs at the National Park. We feel that Baht 500 is a sufficient amount and ask that the children keep it in a small named purse or wallet.
Children will be responsible for their own money at all times.
- We would recommend a soft bag/backpack to carry possessions rather than a suitcase
- Children will need to be responsible for their own possessions
- To encourage independence in the children, it would be a good idea if they took some responsibility for the labeling and packing of their equipment
- Please make sure everything is clearly labeled!
Sentence Level Home Learning 2.12.10
Commas for clauses.
Look at this sentence:
The policeman, who had been running for 5 minutes, had to take a rest.
In this sentence two commas have been used to add a clause. A clause is an extra piece of information. The sentence could have said:
The policeman had to take a rest.
But a clause makes the sentence more detailed.
A:- Now you try. Copy the sentences into your book and then work out where the commas need to go.
1. The little girl who was wearing a red dress got up and left the room.
2. The cricketer who was wearing his new helmet was ready to go out to bat.
3. Everybody including the people wearing blue should leave through the red door.
4. My pizza which had tomato and cheese on it was the best I’ve ever tasted.
5. The oldest boy in school who happened to be the smartest won the monthly cup.
6. That old, grey chair which has been sitting here all the time had the wining ticket on.
B: Now you have a go at adding some extra information. Remember to use your commas.
Example: The lion was asleep by the tree.
The lion, which was golden brown, was asleep by the tree.
(1) The hippo was lying in the river.
(2) The zebra was grazing in the field.
(3) The hyena was lazing on the rock.
(4) The giraffe was munching leaves.
(5) The rhino was charging at the car.
(6) The snakes were crawling up the tree.
(7) The monkey was eating a banana.
(8) The parrot was sitting on the branch.
(9) The tiger was prowling in the jungle.
(10) The deer was prancing through the forest.