Year 6 home learning for week beginning 1st June 2020
Follow the link below to a worksheet (similar to ones done in past weeks) which has some mental maths as a starter and then recaps your knowledge of Venn diagrams and Carroll diagrams.
For Literacy this week, you will do a combination of comprehension and grammar recap activities.
For today, follow the link below to the BBC Bitesize site, Listen to the extracts being read and complete the activities
Follow the link and select Summer Term, Week 4 and go to the Challenge maths on the Friday of that week (Friday 15th May)
Do as much as you can but certainly try to get up to number 7.
Try 8, 9 and 10 if you want a real challenge.
Today is a Grammar recap lesson.
Follow the link below to look again at personification.
Click on the link below, watch the clips and do the activities.
Follow the link and select Summer Term, Week 5 and go to the Challenge maths on the Friday of that week (Friday 22nd May)
Do as much as you can but certainly try to get up to number 6.
Try 7, 8, 9 and 10 if you want a real challenge.
Back to read comprehension today.
Follow the link below to an extract from ‘Tell me no lies’ by Malorie Blackman.
Watch the video clips and do the linked activities.
Alongside the work being done in school we are now going to revise those areas of maths that you will revisit in Key Stage 3 when you start secondary school.
Today is returning to multiples and factors.
Follow the link below to the BBC Bitesize website and watch the videos and do the worksheet – multiples and factors only.
The Prime numbers bit comes tomorrow.
Grammar again today.
Click on the link below, watch the clips and complete the activities on hyphens and dashes.
Today is returning to Prime numbers, squares and cubes
Follow the link below to the BBC Bitesize website and watch the video and do the worksheet on Prime numbers.
Now follow the link below to recap your knowledge of square and cubed numbers before doing the challenge and quiz that comes after it.
Today, much like back in school, we are returning to do more work on Kensuke’s Kingdom.
Look at the three book covers from different Michael Morpurgo books, read the three blurbs and the three opening paragraphs.
What is similar about them?
Can you see any themes, plots, settings, characters or styles of writing that seem to be common to his books?
Complete the comparison grid to help you see these links.
This week’s school topic is: Famous People
From the list of activities, choose the things you would like to do linked to this topic: * Simpler activities *** More complex challenges.