Welcome to Wonderful Wednesday!
We are now officially half-way through the week. Well done everybody on your excellent work yesterday. I really enjoyed reading your newspaper articles about the scandal in Green Lake and lots of you sent Maths to Mrs Baird and French work to Miss Miskell. Unfortunately, some children did not complete these tasks and that made me quite sad. Catch up today!! Sharpen your pencils 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 8-7-20 TODAY'S WORK. Keep checking the comments on this BLOG because that is where we will post our replies to you.
Today we are going to access a great PE lesson on Workout Wednesday. Click on the link below for fitness following the pattern of your name! This looks good.
LO: To use powerful verbs
LO: To understand a text
Read or click on the audio link below to listen to Chapter 27 and 28 of Holes. These are FANTASTIC chapters which complete the story of KKB. Then go to the English folder on the Year 6 website page to find instructions and information on today's tasks. When you have completed them, take the Holes Kahoot quiz by clicking on the link below the audio clip. Remember to type in your FIRST name (then and I can see your scores) then click on go.
RE: L.O Jesus is always with us.
As you get ready to leave St John’s remember that Jesus is always by your side. Read through the slides below and then I want you to find a goodbye quote and use it to write a message to your friends. As usual send your work using the BLOG or EMAIL.
L.O Drawing line graphs
Yesterday we learnt how to read and interpret line graphs. Today we are going to draw line graphs from data that has been collected.
You will need your maths book with squares, a pencil, pen and ruler. The ruler is very very important .
Firstly, I want you to watch the video below. The first half of the video recaps on the learning from yesterday, and the second half teaches you how to draw a line graphs.
When drawing a line graph the most important thing is to get the y and x axis correctly labelled. The horizontal x axis is usually a time scale. E.g. hours, minutes etc.
Each interval (square along the line) must be the same size. You need to decide what intervals you are going up in. E.g. Should you go up in 30 min intervals or 1-hour intervals? You need to look carefully at the data when making that decision.
Once you have watched the video click on the PDF Worksheet to find your questions. Send your answer using the BLOG or EMAIL.