Year 6 home learning for week beginning 8th June 2020
Follow the link below to BBC Bitesize maths to recap work on multiplying and dividing numbers by 10, 100, 1000.
Wath the video tutorials and do the activities below it (do not do Activity 2 AND 3 - just one of them)
For Literacy this week, at home (and in school) we are returning again to elements from ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’.
For today, read the pages from the book in the link below and then text mark/highlight all the sentences or phrases that describe the island.
Once you have done this, use that evidence to draw a scale map of the island.
Use a key for the symbols that you use to represent items and colours you use on your map (e.g. forest, beach, tracks) and also a scale for the lengths. A template to use is also included on the link below.
Follow the link below to BBC Bitesize maths to recap work on rounding whole numbers.
Today is a further extract from ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’.
Read the extract which introduces an unusual, new character to the story.
Again, like yesterday, text mark/highlight the text but this time for any sentence of phrase that describes this character.
Then draw and annotate a picture of this character from the evidence found.
Follow the link below to BBC Bitesize maths to recap work on rounding decimals.
Today you are going to look at a particular type of poetry – Haiku poems.
Follow the link below for an explanation of what a Haiku poem is, how they should be written and the guidelines for what you should write them about.
Follow the link below to BBC Bitesize maths to recap work on negative numbers.
Today you will edit, improve and then publish your Haiku poems.
The link below gives some examples of what the published poems could look like but feel free to use your own ideas.
Follow the link below to BBC Bitesize maths to recap work on Order of Operation (BODMAS) or BIDMAS as Bitesize refer to it.
Today is a day for some grammar practise.
Follow the link below to the BBC Bitesize website and complete the activities on synonyms and antonyms.
This week’s school topic is: Explorers
From the list of activities, choose the things you would like to do linked to this topic: * Simpler activities *** More complex challenges.