Good Morning Year 6!
It's Monday morning and I hope you are up bright and early, ready to start a new week of learning. Friday's work was fantastic with many of you blogging and emailing. I hope you checked the WAGOLL to find your work. Let's keep up the great effort this week. We have worked hard to prepare quality lessons for you to enjoy, so switch your brains on and let's get going...
Below are your tasks for today. Remember if you need to ask any questions go to the class blog and add a comment to 8-6-20 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.
Let's start the week in the best possible way, by listening to a Monday morning assembly. Click on the link below to watch this.
For this week's PE Lessons, I want you to have a go at these great dance work-outs I've found. The first one is FANTASTIC and is called 'Born to Move'. Click on the link below to start today's exercise.
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 B Test 4 pg 29,30 & 31. 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 instead. 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
I’ve set up a battle on Times Table Rock Stars. Boys against Girls. It will only last for 1 day and opens at 9.00am so make sure you don’t miss it.
LO: To understand pathetic fallacy
Go to the English folder on the Year 6 website page to find the information and task for today concerning our unfortunate character, Francis Brandywine. It will concentrate on explaining how an author can interestingly use the weather to emphasise or highlight a character’s emotions. This is called pathetic fallacy.
LO: To find out about the climate of South America
We are always talking about the weather in Britain and we certainly had a mixed bag of weather this weekend. Go to the Geography folder on the Year 6 website page to find the information and task for today, which concerns the climate and weather in the continent which we are studying, South America.