Hello Year 6,
Welcome back! I hope you and your families are all safe and well and had a relaxing Easter break.
So, now’s the start of your final term as year 6. Wow! How did we get here so quickly? It seems strange that we won’t back at school together tomorrow. I’ve received some fabulous poems, creative writing and book reviews (thank you) and I can see that you’re working hard on My Maths, Reading Plus, SPaG and Spelling Shed.
As year 6, this is a significant term, which should help you prepare for high school, so it is really important that you continue to plan some learning time into each day. Remember, you can organise your daily timetable to suit you and your family and you must remember to do some of the fun tasks I gave you too (DearYear6).
Your home learning tasks for week beginning April 20th are below. If you have any questions or need any login details, please email me through Purple Mash and I will reply as soon as I can.
Have a good week.
Rise and shine with Joe Wicks at 9 am.
This week we’re continuing with angles. If you have a protractor at home – great – if not, don’t worry, as many of the questions can be answered without one. Visit https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/ summer term, week 1. You can either print the worksheet (if you have access to a printer), complete it and stick it into your maths book or record your answers directly into your books. Make sure that you watch the video clips first to help with understanding.
|Monday||Lesson 1: Vertically opposite angles (protractor only needed for question 1)|
|Tuesday||Lesson 2: Angles in a triangle (protractor only needed for question 1)|
|Wednesday||Lesson 3: Angles in a triangle – special cases (no protractor needed)|
|Thursday||Lesson 4: Angles in a triangle – missing angles (no protractor needed)|
Answers should be recorded in your maths book.
Tasks relating to ‘angles’ have been set.
It is important to spend 30 minutes 3-4 times each week on Reading Plus as well as reading your own choice of book.
The Literacy Company has created a selection of exciting writing tasks. Based on these activities, I have outlined your writing timetable for this week below.
|Monday||Picture Play – write a description using your senses. Include noun phrases, similes and interesting verbs.|
|Tuesday||A day on my island – design your own floating island, add labels and explain features. Can’t wait to see your ideas!|
|Wednesday||Dear Diary – write a diary entry for a day on your floating island including description and feelings.|
|Thursday||Creature Feature – write an information text about an animal that lives in South America.|
|Friday||Picture Play – imagine you’re an explorer trekking through the rainforest. Write a field log of a day on your expedition.|
Click on the link for more information and the visuals you’ll need for each writing task Year-6-Writing_LC. Please email ‘Word’ attachments or photographs of your work to me through Purple Mash.
Complete tasks set on spag.com.
Complete the ‘passive and active verbs’ activities on BBC Bitesize.
Here’s some home learning tasks linked to our ‘Living Things’ science topic. There are two activities about classification. These can be completed by Friday 1st May.
Well-being and mindfulness
Finally, for when you want a little relaxation – and after you have emailed me some of your amazing writing 😉 – here’s some mindfulness colouring…