Good morning Year 6!
I hope you all had a restful weekend and are ready to get back to work today. Online lessons will continue just as they have done for the past 10 weeks. Please complete all tasks and blog or email your work as you would normally. Group A children will be welcomed back to school today and complete their work in school. I am sure wherever we are, we will work hard and have a great day! Let's see what Monday's lessons are...
Below are your tasks for today. Remember if you need to ask any questions go to the class blog and add a comment to 22-6-20 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.
Start the week by tuning in to a Monday morning assembly. Click on the link below to listen and enjoy.
PE this week will be different. Mr Steele has asked us to pass on a message to you. You are in training for the virtual Lancashire Schools' Sports Festival next week which everyone including teachers, pupils, families and carers can take part in. Click on the link below to see the Sports Festival activities that you can practice this week. Get your trainers on and start working at these skills! Good luck everybody!
MATHS L.O Mixed Reasoning Questions
TASK A- CHOOSE OPTION 1 OR 2
Every Monday you will have a choice of two activities plus a TTRS BATTLE.
Do the next test out of your MATHS BOOK 1 SAT BUSTER 10-Minute Tests. Set C Test 1 pg 39-41. Ask someone to mark it for you, the answers are in the back of the book. Please send me a BLOG telling me how many you got right out of 10.
OPTION 2 – These are a little harder but give them a go.
If you are finding the 10min tests too easy then you could do this activity as well. There is a PDF with 10 advanced questions (click below) Answers are also included. Once you have finished ask someone to mark it for you and send me a BLOG telling me how many you got right out of 10.
TASK B – EVERYBODY SHOULD DO THIS
Here is an interactive maths games called Guardians: Defenders of Mathematica by BBC Bitesize. Click on the link below to play it.
LO: To use a dictionary
LO To compose enquiry questions
For the next few weeks in English, we are going to explore a massively brilliant book called Holes by Louis Sachar. This fits with our American theme for this half-term as Holes is set in Texas, North America. If you are learning in school, you will have a copy of the book to read. If you are learning at home, there are links to an audio version of this book. The first one you can see below.
Go to the English folder on the Year 6 website page to find information and instructions for today's two tasks.
LO: To find out about the human geography of South America
Today, you will learn about human geography which is how people live in different settlements and communities and what impact they have on the world. Go to the Geography folder on the Year 6 website page to find interesting information about the population and life expectancy of people living in different South American countries and then follow the instructions for today's task.