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Good Morning Year 6!
Thank you for your choice of determiner in the register yesterday and for all your brilliant work. I loved seeing all your digital artwork - watch out for yours on the Wagoll this week! There are many World War II programs to watch this week about the 75th Anniversary of VE Day on Friday. Make sure you catch some of them to see just how important this day is. And don't forget to join in the celebration with your family on Friday! Now, let's see what your learning is today...
Below are your tasks for today. Remember if you need to ask any questions go to the class blog and add a comment to 6-5-20 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.
PE Skills Week
This week we will focus on some PE skills that you could practice at home with your family. Just use any equipment that you can find. If you don’t have a tennis racket, you could use a kitchen tray or just your hand. If you don’t have a ball, scrunch up a piece of paper. If you don't have PE cones, just use any object to mark out your goal. Today’s game is called: Rebound. Click on the link below which teaches you how to play. Let me know how you get on!
L.O Angles in a QUADRILATERAL
Today you are going to learn about angles in a quadrilateral. Go to the MATHS FOLDER on the Y6 CLASS PAGE and you will see a link to a video. Please watch the video first. Once you have watched the video, look at the slides underneath. At the end of the slides you will see 7 quadrilaterals. I want you to find the value of angle x. There is also a PDF under the slides with some questions on. You need to name the quadrilateral using the following words: Square, rectangle, parallelogram, rhombus, kite, trapezium or irregular. Please do the work in your maths book. You can type your answers into the BLOG or send a picture of your book. Each question only needs you to calculate what the missing angle is, so you can just write on the BLOG a) X=?
LO: To use the progressive tense
Remember verbs in the progressive or continuous tense always have the suffix –ing.
Today, I am walking
Yesterday, I was walking
LO: To use descriptive language
Today, you are going to write the opening to a portal (door to another world) story. It is a short but very powerful paragraph.
Go to the English folder on the Year 6 website page and find your work for the progressive tense AND the story opening. Firstly, you will need to write today’s date and LO then copy the 6 sentences NEATLY into your red exercise book or on a word document and underline the progressive verb form (two words) in each sentence. State whether the verb form is present or past progressive.
Then there are instructions on how to write your portal story opening in your red exercise book or on a word document.
Attach both these pieces of work to today’s blog or email it to me.
L.O To write a poem on war and peace.
Go to the RE folder on the Year 6 Class Page. Watch the video and I will explain how to write the poem. Type your poem on the BLOG or send me a picture of your book. I'm an really looking forward to reading your work today.