Hello boys and girls, I hope everybody had a nice Easter and ate lots of chocolate!
I hope that you can access some of the activities below.
Pupils have access to both TTRS and Prodigy which could be used as a reward for finishing the tasks below. The task below should take around 45 minutes each day.
Watch the video and complete the worksheet: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/
Monday – Vertically opposite angles
Tuesday – Angles in a triangle
Wednesday – Angles in a triangle – special cases
Thursday – Angles in a triangle – missing angles
Friday – Challenge
Maths (6G) :
All pupils have access to Reading Plus. Pupils should access at least three times a week.
Monday – SPAG quiz on Kahoot. Click the link: https://kahoot.it/challenge/05086521?challenge-id=a2ac05e1-6a7f-4f36-b752-02c912c87975_1587111178968 or search Kahoot online and add the game pin: 05086521
Tuesday – Access Reading Plus for 30 minutes. I will message you if you get a combo!
Wednesday – Write a short story using one of the story starters from this link: https://www.literacyshed.com/story-starters.html
Thursday – Access Reading Plus for 30 minutes. I will message you if you get a combo!
Friday – All pupils should have login details for SPAG.com. If they don’t please message me via Reading Plus and I can send it to you.
Pupils need to login to SPAG.com and complete the test below:
The questions are multiple choice.
These tasks can be completed any day over the week.
Do you know where your main organs are in the body?
Watch this clip: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zyqfg82 and then make a table listing the main organs and their function (job). You can add labelled diagrams and extra fun facts from research.
Having fun in the UK! What has changed since the Romans left?
Look at the following images:
Pupils should record what they think the source tells them about how people had fun in the past. Pupils should try and come up with two questions they have about the source or two things they would like to know more about now they have looked at the source.
Can you interview a parent/ grandparent, over the phone, to find out how they spent their spare time when they were 11? How will they record their findings?
Go for a walk, with an adult, in your local area and make a list of all the physical and human geographical features.
Examples of human and physical geographical features:
Heart art – use some of the images below to inspire you to create your own piece of art work.