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Home-Learning Challenges!

I will continue to renew the homework/ daily challenges. If you would like any help or would like to contact me during this school closure, please use my school email and I will get back to you ASAP.

Email-- ksimpson@intakefarm.notts.sch.uk

Monday 20th July- Thursday 23rd July

An important message- There is a video on the school facebook page about applications for Head boy, Head girl and prefects. The deadline is Thursday 23rd July. Email me your letters if you can. Good luck!

 

Maths- Work through the summer mosiac colouring challenges this week.

English- Take your mind right back to The Iron Man. Complete some of the challenge cards this week.

 

 

Monday

PE- Have a go at some of the fitness cards. How many can you do?

Tuesday

Grammar- Complete some of the punctuation worksheets. The answers are included for you to check your sentences afterwards.

Wednesday

DT- Create the Iron man using the paper model. 

Thursday

Transition activities.

Have a look through any of the activities that you may like to do to reflect on Year 5 or prepare for y6. 

 

Well done Y5 for getting through a really challenging year! Enjoy your summer and we will see you in September.

Monday 13th July- Friday 17th July

Mindfulness cards- If you find that you have the time, complete some of the mindfulness activities. It is important to take time to look after your mental health and wellbeing.

Monday

Maths- Plot the co- ordinates to create a summery picture. Remember to go across then up.

 

English- Complete a reading comprehension about Marcus Rashford. Remember, they get more challenging as you scroll further down. Challenge yourself!

 

Geography- Use the buildings of the world picture cards to label these on the world map. Afterwards, choose one building to research in more detail. You could create a poster/ drawing of your chosen building. 

 

 

Tuesday

Maths- Plot the co-ordinates to reveal the picture.

 

English- Complete the NHS reading comprehension. Remember they get more challenging as you scroll down. Challenge yourself!

 

Science/ English- Create your own creature using the worksheet. Afterwards, create a descriptive paragraph about your creature.

Wednesday

Maths- Pirate co -ordinates. Follow the instructions to find out what is on the map.

 

English- Complete the sentences with modal verbs. Remember modal verbs are used to show that something may happen, but is not definite. 

 

PE- Complete a Joe Wicks workout. Try and catch the one from this morning!

 

Thursday

Maths- Complete the patterns so that they are symmetrical.

 

English- Use the sheets to practise both your handwriting and spelling. 

 

French- Practise pronouncing the months of the year. Write out each month and draw a picture to represent something that happens in that month. This could be personal to you, for your birthday month you could draw a cake. 

Friday
Maths- Work out the missing angles. Remember angles on a straight line add up to 180 degrees. Use this number to take away the angle that you have been given. Then you will find the answer.

 

English- Complete the relative clauses sheet. Relative clauses begin with relative pronouns: who, whose, which, where, that. e.g The girl, who was playing, had brown hair. 

 

ICT- Complete a task on purple mash that you haven't already done. 

Monday 6th July- Friday 10th July

Mindfulness cards- If you find that you have the time, complete some of the mindfulness activities. It is important to take time to look after your mental health and wellbeing.

 

Maths- revision test

This week, work through the revision booklet at your own pace. At the end of the week, self- assess your answers. Use this revision guide to find out the areas that you need to work on. 

 

English- read and respond recap activities

Work through the different activities throughout the week. There is at least one activity for you to do per day.

 

 

 

Monday- DT

On our British banknotes, an inspirational person is portrayed. Design your own banknote with a person who you think is inspirational. Explain why you have chosen this person afterwards. 

Tuesday- Science 

We should be looking at the human body and the changes that we go through. As we are not at school, go through the presentation about personal hygiene and create a poster with the main points.

Wednesday- Geography

Research the countries and their capital cities.

Thursday- PE

Choose from either a Joe Wicks workout or a cosmic kids yoga lesson on youtube.

 

Friday- French

Colour in the jam jars in the appropriate french colour.

Monday 29th June- Friday 3rd July

Monday

English- Complete the reading comprehension sheet about Greek mythology.

Maths- Follow the co ordinates to create emoji pictures. Remember to go across then up.

Geography- Complete the fact file about Greece.

Tuesday

English- Complete the word class sheet. Colour in the words correctly. Research any terms that you are unsure of. 

Maths- Measure the length of shadows throughout the day and create a line graph.

Topic- Research Medusa and fill in the sheet with as much information as you can. 

 

 

Wednesday

English- Complete the grammar test. Self -assess afterwards.

Maths- Balance the equations so that the values on both sides are equal. 

PE- Complete the Joe Wicks workout from this morning. Search this on youtube. 

Thursday

English- Use the checklist to write a letter to a friend that you haven't seen for a while. 

Maths- Use the information to plot the line graph. Answer the questions afterwards.

ICT- Complete a new task set on purple mash.

Friday

Handwriting-  Use the sheets to practise your cursive handwriting. Make sure your capitals are much taller.

Maths- Complete the 8 times table booklet.

Art- Complete a mosaic vase. 

Monday 22nd June- Friday 26th June

Maths

This week, follow the biteize activities daily for maths. Follow the link below. Watch the videos and complete the activities.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons

 

English

Complete one myths and legends mat every day.

 

Monday

Maths- bitesize

English- Myths and legends mat

Art- Design your own mandala pattern. Use the sheet to help you.

Tuesday

Maths- bitesize

English- Myths and legends mat

RE- Complete a poster using the information about Mother Theresa.

Wednesday

Maths- bitesize

English- Myths and legends mat

French- Use the lines to match the french words to the items of clothing.

 

Thursday

Maths- bitesize

English- Myths and legends mat

PE- Complete a Joe Wicks workout on youtube.

 

Friday

Maths- bitesize

English- Myths and legends mat

DT- Design your dream home floor plan. Think carefully about your layout. 

 

Monday 15th June- Friday 19th June

 

Monday

Maths

Complete the 12 times table activity booklet.

 

English

Complete the SPAG mat. Research any terms that you are unfamiliar with.

 

French

Use the word mat to label items used in a french breakfast.

 

 

 

Tuesday

Maths

Estimate prices of different items. Use the pictures and the prices to round each item to the nearest pound.

 

Diversity project

- Complete the Rosa Parks reading comprehension first.

- Use the information about her to fill in the mind map.

- Create a piece of art to celebrate diversity. I have included some ideas underneath. Draw around your own hands and decorate them if you get stuck. 

 

 

Wednesday

Maths

Read the bar chart and answer questions about it. 

 

English

Complete the reading comprehension task. Challenge yourself, they get more difficult as you scroll

down. Choose only one to do. 

 

Geography

Study the tsunami powerpoint. Choose one tsunami to research in more detail. Describe the location, the effects on the environment, the deaths and the rebuilding of the city afterwards. Make a poster to collate your ideas. 

Thursday

Guinness World Record project

Look through all of the Guinness world record information. Complete the quizzes, research the records, try and make your own record!

Friday

Maths 

Read the line graph and answer questions about it. 

 

English

Sort the nouns into proper nouns and common nouns. Remember, proper nouns need a capital letter.

 

ICT

Choose a purple mash task to complete. I will be setting some more after this week. 

 

Monday 8th June- Friday 12th June

This week, all English lessons will be taking place on BBC bitesize. Follow them daily using this link: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons

 

Monday

Maths

Use a ruler to measure the perimeter. Find each side and add them together to find the perimeter.

 

English

Bitesize lesson

 

Topic

Compare 3 food adverts and fill in the table. Either watch them on the TV or find them on the internet.

 

Tuesday

Maths

Solve the area problems. Multiply the length of 2 sides to find the area.

 

English

Bitesize lesson

 

Music

Research the National Anthems of the different nations and match them up. Afterwards, research the history of the British national anthem.

- When was it adopted?

- When is it sung?

- What is the message behind it?

Wednesday

Maths

Explore shapes around your home/ garden. Fill in the grid as you go. 

 

English

Bitesize lesson

 

DT

Use the ideas on the sheet to design your dream bike!

Thursday

Maths

Solve the multiplication word problems. Use short multiplication to solve them.

 

English

Bitesize lesson

 

Science

Be creative! Using whatever you have in your home/ garden, re create one of the star constellations. Feel free to email me any pictures, I would love to see them.

Friday

Maths

Complete the 9 times table activities.

 

English

Bitesize lesson

 

PE

Search 'cosmic kids yoga' on the internet. Follow one of the yoga sessions. 

Monday 1st June- Friday 5th June

 

Monday

Maths

Complete the times table workbook. 

 

English

Complete the grammar mat. Research any terms that you are unsure of. 

 

RE

Choose an RE activity from the top of this page to complete. 

Tuesday

Maths

Complete the time problems. Self- assess your answers at the end. 

 

English

This week you are going to complete a piece of creative writing. Today will be spent planning your story in detail. Make sure you have enough detail to write the story tomorrow. 

 

French

Use the powerpoint to complete the worksheet to draw the weather type. 

 

Wednesday

Maths

Complete the football themed time questions.

 

English

Complete your piece of 'extended writing' using your plan from yesterday. Ask an adult or a sibling to give you 2 stars and a wish!

 

Music

Follow the powerpoint and try the activities. Complete the questions at the end of the presentation.

Thursday

Maths

Read, write and convert time. Self - assess your answers at the end. 

 

English

Complete the reading comprehension. Remember, the further down you go, the harder the questions get. Challenge yourself!

 

Science

Research the endangered species on the sheet. What can be done to help them?

Friday

Maths

Complete the time word problems. Self- assess your answers at the end. 

 

English

Complete the quiz to identify different sentence types.

 

DT

Complete the car word challenge! Have a go at the extra challenge at the top if you can. You may collect some research to help you. 

22.5.20

Maths

Solve the roman numeral problems. Self- assess your answers at the end. 

 

English

Create a sentence for each contraction. 

 

Science

Use the words in the box to complete the Space Race sheet.

21.5.20

Maths

Complete the football themed problems. How many can you solve?

 

English

Follow the instructions on the sheet. Split the paragraph into sentences.

 

ICT

I have set some new purple mash tasks. Complete one and 'hand it in' to me. 

20.5.20

Maths

Complete the activities to practise your 7 times tables.

 

English

Use the pictures to create a set of instructions for 'How to make a cup of tea.' Remember to include a 'You will need' section for the equipment and then number the steps in your method.

You will need

 

Method

1.

2.

3.

 

Science

Use the information to label and explain the life cycle of a butterfly.

19.5.20

Maths

Complete the acute/ obtuse angle sheet. 

 

English

Complete the activities focused on question marks and full stops. Re- write the sentences correctly, including the correct use of capital letters. 

 

Geography

Research a map of Europe to colour and label the blank map. Who are our closest neighbours?

Which country has the most other countries around its borders?

18.5.20

Maths

Solve the addition and subtraction word problems. Use column addition/ subtraction to solve the problems. 

 

English

Complete the grammar mat. Research any terms that you are unfamiliar with. 

 

French

Complete the french numbers wordsearch. 

15.5.20

Maths

Work your way through the 6 times table booklet to develop your fluency with this times table. 

 

English

Test your grammar knowledge by filling in the answers to the sheet. Self- assess your answers at the end. 

 

Topic

Yesterday, you researched Greece and made a poster with your findings. You are going to do this again, but for New York City. Create a poster of your research. When you are done, feel free to email both posters to me!

 

 

14.5.20

Maths

Complete the rounding sheet. Experiment to see which number has been rounded using the rules. Remember, over 5, 50, 500, 5000 and the number rounds up. If it is less, it rounds down. If you are unsure about this, go back to basics and try rounding a few numbers to 10 or 100. 

 

English

Use the template to create new similies of your own. 

 

Topic

This term's topic should have been 'How does Greece compare to New York City?'

Use the powerpoint about life in Greece to create a poster about the information that you have found. Tomorrow, you will complete the same task but for New York City. 

13.5.20

Maths

Use the numbers to break the emoji code. Self assess your answers at the end. 

 

English

Choose 15 spellings from the Y5 spelling list and put these words into a sentence. 

 

RE

Complete one of the reading comprehensions about Ghandi. They get harder as you scroll down. Challenge yourself! Self assess your answers at the end. 

12.5.20
Maths
Order the decimals. Remember to equal the number of decimal points with a 0 if you are unsure. 

e.g Which is bigger? 0.4 or 0.63? Equal the decimals to 0.40 and 0.63. Now you can see that 0.63 is bigger. Self assess your answers at the end. 

 

English

Review a book that you have read at home whilst you have been away. If you haven't read any, review a favourite book or a book that we have read together at school.

 

Science

Use the words in the box to fill out the sheet. Try the challenge at the bottom and record your findings! Self assess your answers at the end. 

11.5.20

Maths

Complete as much of the stage 5 check as you can. This is just to keep you up to date with the different concepts of Y5 maths. Don't worry if there's a few questions that you struggle with! Do your best. 

 

English

Complete some of the personification challenges. 

Personification is giving an object/ non- living thing a human action. 

E.g. The leaves danced in the breeze.

 

Art

Create a self/ family portrait. Use the sheet to help you with the position of the facial features. Feel free to email any to me!

 

DT CHALLENGE!!

This is an optional challenge for this week. Can you make a marble run using a cereal box? If you choose to accept, you have a week to complete this challenge. Any of you that do accept, I would like to see pictures as proof! See the sheet for details and get creative!

VE DAY!  8.5.20

As today is a bank holiday, you may be celebrating with your family, which is great!

I have included some OPTIONAL tasks below if you fancy finding out more about VE day. Have a great weekend everyone! Feel free to send any pictures of what you have been doing. 

 

7.5.20

Maths

Use your known multiplication methods (short and long) to answer the mixed questions. Use bus stop method for the division questions. Watch yesterday's youtube clip if you need a refresh on this. 

 

English

Have a look at the debate topic and plan points for and against.

When you have planned your debate using bullet points, turn your points into 2 formal paragraphs. As a conclusion, include your personal opinion at the end.

Feel free to send your debates to me!

 

French

Use google translate to match the french foods to the English words. Afterwards, sort the foods into 2 piles. J'aime (I like) and Je n'aime pas (I don't like).

 

 

6.5.20

Maths

Complete the problems using bus stop method.

If you are struggling or have forgotten, watch the clip below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zw80VcCMdpM

 

English

Complete the reading comprehension based on 'The big night in.' Complete the questions and self- assess.

 

PE

Grab a football or tennis ball. Work through the cards to practise your bounces and controls. How many can you complete?

 

 

5.5.20

Maths

Solve the addition and subtraction of decimal problems. Remember to line the decimals up, or the answer will be totally different. Put the decimal point in first if you are struggling. 

E.g 14.3 + 7.97

 

14.3         (You could make it 14.30 if you wanted to line it up with the same amount of digits).

  7.97

............

    

English

Use a dictionary or an online dictionary to find the definition of the words on the sheet. Classify the words. Remember a noun is a person, place or thing. A verb is a doing word. An adjective is a describing word.

 

Music

Study the powerpoint of music styles through the ages. Complete the mind map with the facts that you have found. You may do a section on each music style, or random facts that interest you. 

 

4.5.20

Maths

Complete the negative number sequences. There are 2 pages to complete. 

 

English

Complete the imperative (bossy) verbs worksheets. Use the words given to help you or think of your own. Complete a set of instructions for 'How to make a sandwich'  using a range of bossy verbs.

 

ICT

There are lots of tasks on Purple Mash for you to complete. Complete one of your choosing and 'hand it in' to me. 

1.5.20

Maths

Read through the bus timetables and answer the questions underneath. There are 2 sheets to do. Self- assess your answers at the end. 

 

English

Create a newspaper report about a topic of your choice. Topics could include:

- What you have been up to during isolation

- How coronavirus has affected the UK

- Captain Tom's 100th Birthday 

- The work that our NHS workers are doing. 

Don't forget to include some witness statements. Interview your family for a real life statement!

 

Handwriting

Take some time to work on your handwriting. Remember to join it. Keep the ascenders tall and descenders low. Think about your capital letter sizes too! I have included some facts about Earth for you to copy out. 

 

30.4.20

Maths

Solve the squared and cubed number problems.  Remember, a squared number is multiplied by itself.

For example 3²= 3 x 3= 9   

A cubed number is a number multiplied by itself 3 times. e.g  2³= 2 x 2 x 2= 8

 

English

Complete the thesaurus challenge. Choose 3 basic words. e.g big, small, walk, quiet, nice.

For each word, complete a mind map with words that mean the same. Use a thesaurus if you have one, or the internet if not. 

 

DT

Design a building to survive an earthquake. Use the sheets to give you ideas on how you could make your building stronger. Create a design and describe why you have designed it in this way. Feel free to email any designs to me. 

29.4.20

Maths

Complete both pages of problems. Count backwards and forwards in powers of 10 to complete the sequences.

 

English

Read the information about Mars. Complete a reading comprehension activity. The further down the page you go, the more difficult they get. Try and challenge yourself!

 

Science/ maths

Complete the maths problems mentally to solve the Solar System Code Breakers. Self- assess your answers at the end.

28.4.20

Maths

Use column addition to solve these addition and subtraction problems. 

 

English

Complete the grammar mat. Research any terms that you are unsure of.

 

Geography

Where am I on the map?

Research your location and locate it on the map. On the map of the UK, label the countries and research the counties around you. Which are your neighboring counties in Nottinghamshire? 

27.4.20

Maths

Convert the time into digital or analogue. For some, you need to draw the correct time on the clock. 

English

Be inspired by the pictures and the key words. Create a paragraph about this setting. Remember your preposition work. Use a thesaurus on the internet to uplevel basic words.

 

French

Match up the numbers on the sheet. 

Use these objects to draw an amount.  e.g draw 11 grapes and label: onze raisins. 

Grapes- les raisins 

Strawberries- les fraises 

Bananas - les bananes

Oranges- les oranges 

Melons- les melons

Apples- les pommes 

 

24.4.20

English

Continue with the booklet this week at your own pace. 

 

Maths

Spend your lottery winnings! Work out the different combination of items that you could buy with your winnings. Remember you can buy more of one item. 

 

RE

Create a brainstorm of all the people who inspire you. This could be a family member, a friend or someone famous. Now choose 3 of these people and write about them in more detail.

23.4.20  ( XXIII. IV. XX)

English

Continue with the booklet at your own pace this week.

 

Maths

Complete the Roman numerals sheet. Follow the rules on the sheet to solve the problems!

 

Science

Look at the 7 life processes that a living thing needs to survive. Create a poster to explain these processes. You could write it as an acrostic poem:  MRS NERG.

22.4.20

English

Continue with the booklet at your own pace this week. 

 

Maths

Calculate the area of these rectangles. Remember we multiply to find the area. Self assess your answers at the end. 

 

ICT

There are lots of tasks still to be completed on purple mash (old and new). Complete at least one of these tasks. You may need to do some research on the internet to complete some of the tasks. 

21.4.20

English

Continue with the booklet at your own pace this week. 

 

Maths

Multiplying fractions. Remember the denominator (bottom number) remains the same.

e.g 1/5 x 7=  7/5 

2/3 x 9=  18/3

 

Science

Use the sheet to sequence the growth of a plant. 

 

20.4.20

 

Maths

Complete the improper fractions sheet. 

e.g 13/3 = how many 3's in 13? How many left over? 4 and 1/3 

 

English

Work through this unit all week. I will not be setting any other English tasks, instead you should complete this booklet. Read the extracts and use the website links. You will need to answer questions, predict, and write your own story. Complete this throughout the week at your own pace. Feel free to email me any finished stories, I would love to read them!

 

Science

Use the internet to research the key parts of a plant and their functions. Complete the sheet as you find out the information. 

Y5 HOMEWORK FOR SUMMER 1

6.4.20

Maths

Complete the missing multiplication equations. To solve this, you will need to do the inverse. Use bus stop method to find the answers.

 

English

Use the key words to create a paragraph to describe the setting. Again, don't forget your preposition work. 'Under the trees, over the hills' etc.

 

French

Complete a colour by numbers Easter egg. If you cannot print the page, draw the egg and the pattern before you colour it in using the correct colour. 

3.4.20

Maths

Count in multiples of 10 in order to complete the puzzle. Colour in the answers at the bottom to find your way through the square.

 

Reading

Complete one reading comprehension- there are different levels, starting with the easiest. Choose the level that you would like to do. Try and challenge yourself! Check your answers on the sheet at the end. 

 

Art

Think back to our David Hockney work Set yourself up at a window or on the garden if the weather is nice. Turn your paper to a landscape position and sketch what you can see. Add colour to this afterwards. Feel free to email pictures to me, I would love to see what you have produced!

2.4.20

Maths

Round the numbers to the nearest 100 to find an estimated answer before you work out the corrected answer.

 

English

Look at the picture. Can you create a paragraph to describe the setting of this story? Remember our preposition work, e.g Beyond the fields, beneath the clouds, over the hills etc.

 

Music/ Topic

Listen to the sixties songs that I have given to you on Youtube. Fill the table in with your ideas! 

1.4.20

Maths

Write the numbers in words.

 

English

Complete one of the SPAG mats. Self- assess your answers at the end. 

 

Science

Complete the solar system worksheet. Research the answers if you need to.

 

ICT

There are lots of tasks on Purple Mash. Complete at least one task. 

31.3.20

Maths

Order the numbers from smallest to largest.

 

English

Use your reading diary/ dictionary/ ICT to re- write the sentences with the correct spellings. Complete as many as you can! These spellings are mostly from the y5/6 word list. 

 

Art 

Thinking about our Space topic, recreate ‘Starry Night’ by Vincent Van Gogh using whatever materials you have (pencils, crayons, felt tips etc). Draw it out in pencil first before you begin colouring. Use the art skills page on the website to give you some tips. 

30.3.20

Maths

Complete the subtraction sheet. You are subtracting multiples of 1000. You may use a column subtraction if you wish. Try and do it mentally as a challenge! Self - assess your answers with a calculator. 

 

English

Correct the sentences and re-write them. Check the spelling, punctuation and capital letters.

 

Science 

Use the internet to research these famous inventors. Find out which statements are true/ false. As an extra, create a biography about one of these inventors.

27.3.20

Maths

Solve the word problems mentally and record your answers. When you have solved them, check your answers on a calculator. 

 

English

Watch a film and review it using the film review checklist. You can write this formally, or be creative and review it as a poster/ leaflet. 

 

ICT

I have set you lots of tasks on Purple Mash. Complete at least one of these tasks. If you don't have your login, email me and I can send this out to you. 

26.3.20

Maths

Complete the subtraction questions in a column method.

 

English

Look at how we make these singular words plural. Make sentences with the words in the word bank.

 

Science

Complete the science crossword. Research the answers to the clues!

25.3.20

Maths

Complete the addition problems using a column addition format. 

 

English

Complete the synonym and antonym sheet. (Synonyms mean the same things e.g big = huge. Antonyms mean the opposite e.g tall and small).

 

Science

Begin a moon diary for the month. Draw what the moon looks like each night at roughly the same time. 

Y5 HOME LEARNING!

I have posted some ideas to keep you going at home. I will also provide support documents for English and Maths. A lot of these ideas are what we would be doing in school at this current time. 

 

English- Practise the Y3/4 and Y5/6 spelling word lists. Put these into sentences or find the definition in a dictionary when you have practised them.

 

Maths- Keep practising the multiplication and division facts for all times tables up to 12x12. Use a ruler to measure objects around your house, find the area of certain objects or weigh objects with scales. Make your own column addition/ subtraction problems. Have a go at short multiplication and bus stop method division problems. 

 

Science- Research the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Create a poster/ newspaper report.

Create a page for each planet. What can you find out about each one?

 

Art/ DT- Design and make your own board game! Create a rule guide for this. Play it with a parent or a sibling.

 

RE- Research either 'Christian Aid' or 'Muslim Hands.' Find out about the work that these charities do to help people around the world. Create a poster with your findings.

 

Topic (Leisure over time)- Research the development of 'Apple.' What was their first product? How has the company developed over time?

How has technology changed over time? Explore devices such as Atari, Ninendo DS, Playstation 1. Compare these to today's Xbox and Playstation. 

 

Art Skills for Year 5/6

Dear parents/ guardians.

The staff in year 5 are : Miss Simpson (Teacher) and Mrs Whitehead (TA).

Our PE days this year are Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please ensure that your child 

has a PE kit in school on these days. 

 

Please see the curriculum overview for this half term. Any extra work that the children do at home in relation to their topics will always be rewarded. 
If you would like a paper copy of any of the information below please let us know and we will be happy to provide one free of charge.

Y5 spring 2 newsletter

Y5 spring 2 homework

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