Good afternoon year 6! I hope you have enjoyed learning today and found it challenging. I was encouraged when I took a look at the number of students who were reading on bugs club earlier today. Clearly you are taking heed to our advice. I can’t wait to read some book reviews so please send some through!
How are the writing pieces going? Don’t forget you can always take a picture of it and send it via email so we can have a read. Keep staying engaged with the learning and it would be great to hear about any extra home learning you have been doing in various areas. Speaking of which, a lovely video which Zainab Mahmood created for the Easter holiday recycling challenge was shared with me today. She clearly put a lot of time and effort into it with her family. Other students have also shared some fantastic pieces of work such as Aiste’s amazing art and Bentley’s brilliant DT piece. So take a look and enjoy using the link below.
As always, you can contact us with any questions or just to say hi, using the contact form on the Year 6 main page.
Well done to you for completing your lessons and we hope you have a good evening.
Read for at least 20 minutes. This could be your school reading book, a home book, Bug Club or another text you enjoy. Identify any new and unknown vocabulary and find the definitions.
Complete the 'Number the Events' activity below. There are four different difficulty levels on the sheet: Beginner, Easy, Tricky and Expert. You can select your difficulty level. Mark your answers using the answer sheet at the end of the questions.
Complete the daily Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) PE lesson.
Visit his YouTube channel here:
Visit the White Rose Maths website here: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/
Please complete Lesson Three (Problem Solving). You can watch the video first to help you, then complete the worksheet and mark it. If you are finding it difficult, re-watch the video or look for other online tutorials (Khan Academy and Mathantics are good places to start).
Today you are going to continue writing your persuasive letter. Before you begin writing, look back over what you have already written - you may notice some things you want to change/improve already! Also, have another look through the Powerpoint, checklist, wordbank and your plan. All of these things will help you to finish your persuasive letter to a high quality.
Practise your weekly spellings. Copy them into your home learning book and write their definitions.
Complete the SPaG activity below. There is a Powerpoint which you can work through to show you how to answer the questions. You can then work on the varied fluency questions. Select either 'Developing', 'Expected' or 'Greater Depth' depending on how confident you are with the topic. You can then mark your work and move onto the application and reasoning sheet.
Log in to your Yumu account (email me if you are struf=ggling to log in!). Firstly, complete the listen and appraise activity for 'O by Shiva Feshareki' and listen and appraise 'V-A-C by Shiva Feshareki'. Then, you can complete the 'Music and Shiva' sections.