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Thursday 28th January

Good morning Year 6!

I hope you are all keeping well and enjoying your learning. We all enjoyed the super Bible story in RE today called Jonah and the Whale. Many of you wrote detailed information texts about surviving in the Amazon Rainforest. In school we found out that an early Spanish explorer discovered the local tribal people from this huge South American rainforest. The women were very strong and fierce so he named them Amazonians after a group of Ancient Greek women who were also strong and fierce! That's how the Amazon Rainforest got its name! I wonder what amazing facts you will discover today? Let's find out...

 

PE

Today's exercise choices:

1. Go outside for a refreshing walk. (Mrs Baird enjoyed a refreshing walk with Year 6 children this morning. However, it may rain today).

2. Click on the link to Go Noodle and complete 3 of your favourite routines.

3. Have a go at the Bingo Challenge Mr Steele has put on the main Class Page - this looks fun!

 

READING

BRILLIANT NEWS! With a big effort of the children in school today we are now on a Year 6 total of... 92 BOOKS! Come on, the 100 is in sight! Make sure you log in to getepic today. Look on our Year 6 blog for a post I put on 8.1.21. It tells you how to get on this website and what your log in is. Click on your initials and start reading a book of your choice. Aim for 10 - 15 minutes of reading each day.

I want to see everybody logged on to this website.

 

Below are your tasks for today. Remember if you need to ask any questions go to the class blog and add a comment to 28-1-21 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.

Maths Topic- Integers and Decimals

L.O Reading and writing 7-digit numbers.

A seven-digit number is a number in the millions.

A million is 1 and 6 zeros. 1,000,000

We read numbers in groups of 3.

Remember our rhyme:

ONES, THOUSANDS WHAT COMES NEXT?

MILLIONS, BILLIONS

THAT’S CORRECT.

I know you are going to be good as this lesson because you are brilliant at reading big numbers. Your teacher is Mrs Harris again, and she will guide you through your lesson.

 

Click on the link below to open your lesson and let me know how you did on the BLOG or EMAIL. What did you score on the quiz?

ENGLISH

LO: To understand a text

There are 3 tasks to complete in our English lesson today. Read the information and instructions on the slides below and enjoy today's learning!

Science 

L.O Draw a key to categorise arthropods.

Last week we learned that there are 5 groups of vertebrates. Mammals, fish, reptiles, amphibians and birds. 

Today we are learning about all the animals that have no backbone. These are called INVERTEBRATES. 

Part 1. Get up and have a dance to 'Yo they got a back bone'.

Part 2. Watch a short video to help you understand what an invertebrate is.

Part 3. Click on the video link and I will talk you through your task. 

Part 4. Draw a key to categorise the 6 arthropods.

Watch this to understand what invertebrates are.

Yo! They got a backbone!

Draw a key to categorise these arthropods.

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