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

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)

Week 2 Homework – 10/9/21

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:

 Amphibious curious devious notorious obvious obnoxious vicious available  average awkward bargain identity

Grammar Homework

Maths Homework

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

Week 1 Homework – 3/9/21

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.

This week’s spellings:

ambitious infectious fictitious nutritious repetitious accommodate  accompany according amateur restaurant, immediate equipment

Grammar Homework

Maths Homework

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

Wednesday’s Learning – 7/7/21

Reading:

Read your own book from home, or complete 30 minutes of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

Writing:

Today you are going to retell the story of the Tortoise and the Hare, but you can only use 100 words EXACTLY!

Watch the video to help you know the plot, then start your writing. To start with, only include the key events, then add in more detail once you have done that.

Maths:

Have another go at completing the multiplication game. See if you can beat your score from last time using the timed mode with all X tables.

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/571/Multiplication-Miner

Science:

Watch the videos about how germs can spread and the dangers of bad germs.

Then create a safety poster advising people on how to safely wash their hands.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zfxxsbk/articles/zsgtrwx

Tuesday’s Learning – 6/7/21

Reading:

Read your own book from home, or complete 30 minutes of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

English:

Write a setting description or narrative using the image below to inspire you.

Maths:

Complete a set of arithmetic questions using the link below.

You can change the number of questions you can complete, but do at least 20!

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/486/Y6-Arithmetic-Practice

Then play a few games of countdown with a family member. See if you can beat anyone!

https://incoherency.co.uk/countdown/practice/#numbers

Art:

Have a go at drawing a different dragon sketch using the tutorial video. You could colour your sketch in, or just leave it in pencil using different shading techniques.

Monday’s Learning – 5/7/21

Reading:

Read your own book from home, or complete 30 minutes of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

Maths / Art:

Today you are going to design an advert for your theme park. You will need to decide on:

  • a theme park name
  • names for your rides
  • any special features, eg 3D ride, virtual reality ride, water ride, etc

Your advert will need to:

  • display the price
  • include any special discounts
  • be bright and colourful

The better your advert, the more new visitors you will get!

German part 1:

Today is German Day! Read through the story of Rotkäppchen (Little Red Riding Hood) and see if you can follow the plot. Search up any words you do not understand.

German part 2:

Using the attached document, see how many of the traditional fairy stories you can name using the German title.

You can use the answers at the end to check!

Friday’s Learning – 2/7/21

Reading:

Read your own book from home, or complete 30 minutes of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

Computing:

This morning we are completing our final computing lesson of the week.

Go on Code for Life and continue from where you got up to from Wednesday. Aim to complete at least 3 levels.

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

Maths:

Today you are going to work out how much it profit you will make each day with your theme park. Firstly, you will need the amount of money from Wednesday’s maths (the amount of money it costs to run your theme park).

Now you will decide on a ticket price, eg £10, £20, etc

Finally, you will use the table below to work out your daily profit. For this you will do 2 steps:

  1. Number of visitors X by your ticket price

2) Subtract your costs per day from your answer for step 1

Science:

Using the interactive BBC food chains weblink, create as many correct foods chains as you can for animals and plants that survive in the Savannah. Aim to find 10 different food chains. Record each one on paper and upload onto Seesaw.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbnnb9q/articles/z93vdxs

Thursday’s Learning – 1/7/21

Reading:

Read your own book from home, or complete 30 minutes of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

Art:

Today is Art Day! Today we are completing artwork based around the book ‘The magic paintbrush’. Watch the video of the book.

Your art task is to design your own mythical dragon. Use the tutorial video to help you structure the body. You can take a few attempts to get the exact shape you want. Once you have drawn your dragon, colour your sketch in using pencils, paint, chalk or any other material you have!

Maths:

Play the missing X table game. Click on the option for all X tables and select the timed version. See what the highest score you can get is. The quicker you answer, the more time you will have!

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/571/Multiplication-Miner

Wednesday’s Learning – 30/6/21

Reading:

Read your own book from home, or complete 30 minutes of Lexia or Read Theory (login in your diary)

Computing:

This morning we are completing a computing lesson.

Go on Code for Life and continue from where you got up to from Monday. Aim to complete at least 3 levels.

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

Maths:

Today you are going to work out how much it costs to run your theme park. Using your plan from Monday, you need to calculate how much everything will cost.

Use the table below to help you:

For example: If you had 4 major rides, you would do £110 X 4 = £440

Art:

We are going to learn and practise how to write using a 3D effect. Use the tutorial video to help you. You will probably need to have a few attempts as it can be quite tricky, but you can showcase your resilience when completing this activity.