Week 7 homework

Hello Year 6!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a grammar task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher

Spellings:

Rhyme occupy apply hyphen hygiene python supply identify multiply recycle desperate  determined

Grammar:

Maths:

Maths challenge:

Week 6 homework

Hello Year 6!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a grammar task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

This week’s spellings:

Rhythm system physical symbol  mystery lyrics oxygen symptom typical crystal aggressive according

Grammar (Complete the sheet with * and ** at the bottom – challenge: complete sheet with *** at the bottom):

Maths (complete the activity that has a D and E in the corners):

Challenge: complete the E and GD sheet of the above maths task

Week 5 homework

Hello Year 6!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a grammar task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

Spellings:

partial  confidential  essential initial potential torrential substantial  community   competition dictionary appreciate apparent

English homework:

Maths homework:

Challenge:

Today’s Learning – 27/9/21

Reading:

Complete 30 mins of Read Theory

English:

Today we are going to complete a reading comprehension. Read the text, then have a go at answering the questions. We have given you the answers to check when you are finished.

Maths:

Today we are looking the skill of division by using the bus stop method to divide by a single digit.

For the first section, your answers will have no remainders, but for the second section, you will have a reminder left over. Watch the video on the link below below if you are unsure how you record your remainders.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z36tyrd/articles/zcjh8mn

Foundation – Computing

Go on Code for Life and complete at least 3 levels on either:

https://www.codeforlife.education/rapidrouter/

  • Loops with Conditions
  • If… Only
  •  Traffic Lights

Post what you have done on Seesaw!

Week 4 Homework – 24/9/21

Hello Year 6!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a grammar task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

Spellings:

official special artificial  glacial financial commercial category cemetery committee communicate Attached  correspond

Grammar Homework

Maths Homework

You need to show your method / any workings out for your homework please. We want to see how you have calculated your answer.

Maths Challenge Homework (Your teacher would have told you to complete this)

Today’s Learning – 24/9/21

Reading:

Complete 30 mins of Read Theory

Grammar:

Today we are looking at phrases and clauses.

  • A clause always contains a subject performing a verb and makes sense on its own.  
  • A phrase adds extra information to a sentence

Have a go at the activity, then play the quiz.

Maths:

Today we continuing to practise finding factors of numbers.

Watch the video again if need a recap.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zqwfgk7

PSHE:

Read about this week’s news story and watch the video below.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/58344607

Today’s Learning – 23/9/21

Reading:

Complete 30 mins of Read Theory

Writing:

Complete the grammar activity about semi colons.

Watch the video on the link of you need a recap from last week, then complete the activity.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zshfdxs

Maths:

Use the video to help you understand what factors of a number are, then complete the activity of the sheet.

Factors are numbers which multiply to make a larger number.

For example the factors of 10 are: 1 and 10and 2 and 5

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zfq7hyc/articles/zp6wfcw

RE:

Recap the suffering seen from the video we watched in our last RE lesson.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zqwfgk7

Then using the sheet, draw and describe 2 scenes

  1. A scene which shows suffering (a homeless person)
  2. The same scene, but where somebody is helping to stop the suffering

Today’s learning 22/9/21

Reading – complete 30 mins of Read Theory

English – write a biography about a famous person using your plan from yesterday:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zs8strd

Maths – have a go at the word problems based on multiplication based on the video you used yesterday to help you:

History:

watch the following video and then create a poster about the jobs in Victorian times

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z73b4wx

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zsdw2hv

Today’s learning 21/9/21

Reading – complete 30 mins of Read Theory (login in your diary)

English – we started to plan a biography about a famous person. Using the following headings, find out information about someone you look up to as a celebrity

  1. Who they are and what they do/did
  2. Early life including place of birth, family, schools
  3. Inspirations for why they chose their career path
  4. successes/achievements
  5. what they could do in the future

Maths: We carried on looking at multiplication. Use the link to help answer the questions from the attached sheet:

Science:

we looked at light and how it travels in a straight line

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbssgk7/articles/zp7f8mn

Watch the above video and see if you can explain fully why the following explanations are correct:

Week 3 Homework – 17/9/21

Hello Year 6!

  • Here is your homework for this week. We will set it on a Friday and it is due in by the following Friday.
  • You will have a grammar task and a maths task to complete.
  • Download the sheets below to complete. You can complete your homework on paper or by printing the sheets and writing on them.
  • Submit your work on Seesaw, using the Seesaw code that is stuck into your Reading Records.
  • You can also bring your completed homework into school to show your teacher.

Spellings:

Delicious atrocious conscious ferocious gracious luscious malicious precious spacious suspicious, bruise, harass

Grammar Homework

Maths Homework

Maths Challenge Homework (Your teacher would have told you to complete this)