😀 Hello and welcome to another amazingly stupendous week of incredibly mind-bending learning! 😀
We are in the middle of a number of different topics and we hope that you’re enjoying the range of activities that we have planned.How is your artwork going? Are you enjoying investigating the heart and our pulse? Were you able to find your way around Tinkercad?
As usual, we have a timetable for you to follow each day. Remember, keeping a routine is a great way to stay on top of everything and to feel calmer about the work you need to get done.
Before 9:00 – Wake up, have breakfast, tidy your room, brush your teeth
9:00 – BOOM CHICKA BOOM SONG! (See video below)
9:30 – Maths
10:15 – Take a breakand tell someone a joke!
10:45 – English task
11:30 – Reading your own book
12:00 – Break for lunchand some more BOOM CHICKA BOOM!
1:00 – Time for more school work
2:00- Creative play or mindfulness (lego, colouring, craft, cooking, music, get some exercise)
Before you get started today, how about we do a silly song to make us smile!
Reading: We are almost halfway through our novel! Can you believe it! It’s time to read some more and do today’s task. As usual, all of your reading has been set on Teams but you can use the files below if you’d prefer.
Thank you to everyone who completed their Teams assignments last week or emailed their work to us if they were unable to do so. This week, we’re looking at lines of longitude and time zones. Have you ever wondered what time zone Antarctica is in? Today we’re going to find out! Watch this video and complete the tasks mentioned.
Click here for an outline of Antarctica that you couldprint.
Mrs Toom’s Assembly
Start the day by watching Mrs Toom’s assembly. This week we have a Year 6 contribution to the inspirational people!
Reading Task: Continue your reading in the normal way: reading today’s section of the text and answering the questions for lesson 2.
Writing: Well done for thinking through your ideas yesterday. This will make writing so much easier! Now it’s time to jump into another lesson to find out what we’ll be writing today.Click here for today’s video.
A new assignment has been set for you on EdShed. Log in to practice words with silent letters.
If you would like to, you can print these worksheets to practice this week’s spellings.
Today we are finding percentages of amounts. Watch the video and complete the worksheet.
Thank you for sending in the data for the heartrates of people in your family. Here are the results:
Do you think it shows any significant results? Are you surprised? What were you expecting to see?
Task 1: It is time to investigate heartrate more. What effect will exercise have on our pulse? Let’s find out by following the instructions in this presentation.
Optional extra task: If you want to take your scientific investigation to the next level, you couldread this document.
After battling the snowy roads, our achievement certificates made it to their destinations (even if it was a bit late!). Congratulations to Jacob in 6W and Kai in 6G. Mr Good and Miss Wroe have been really impressed with both of your work ethics and determination last week. Keep it up!
Reading Task: Carry on with your reading activities for this week.
If you find it difficult to think through your ideas and deepen the moment, here is some work from Daisy and Cerys that might help. Below you can see a picture of their work where they have tried to think through the arguments and deepen the moment.
Today we are finding percentages of amounts… take 2! Watch the video and complete the worksheet.
This is our final week of experimenting with the watercolour palettes! Today you will need your wax crayon that was in your delivered packs, but you might also like to gather some other items. Find a coloured pencil if you can, and maybe even along wax candle/birthday candle that you could draw with. If you can, also find some kitchen roll or tissuesand some salttoo.Watch this video and complete the tasks mentioned by Miss Wroe. Send us any completed paintings – we’d love to see them! Email them to email@example.com.
After discussing a range of religions last week, this week we are going to focus on just one.
Once logged in, select ‘Unit 3: El fin de semana (The weekend)’ from the ‘Super Challenge’ section. This is the unit we will be looking at this half term.
Today we will use lesson 3. Start the lessonand use the play arrow to go through the slides. Click on the speakerphones to hear the recordings. We are recapping last week’s new learning, so as you go through the slides, see if you can remember the Spanish for each picture. Try and say the Spanish before you listen to the speakerphone.
Task 1 – On slide 16, try and match up the letters (pictures) with the number (sound recording) in the middle. Record your answers.On Slide 17, you’ll see that the Spanish is now written down. See if this helps you check your answers!
Task 2 – Then, on slide 18, there are some missing letters!This is your final task for today. Try and copy each phrase correctly by adding the missing letters.You may choose to do this with one of the worksheets (either gap fill ‘less challenge’ or ‘more challenge). Then, check your answers using the answer sheet.
If you have any questions or have work to submit, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.