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Year Six Home Learning - week 1

  

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Week Beginning 30th March

Here are the details of your home learning tasks for the week.  It would be great if you could do some of these and let us know what you've done.

  

English

Complete the SPAG questions about tenses.  There is a short extension writing task if you’d like to give it a try. 

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 Week 1 - English - Tenses.pdfDownload
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Guided Reading

Using whatever fiction book you are currently reading…

Re-tell the story from a different character’s point of view.

You don’t need to have finished the book.

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 Week 1 - Reading home learning.pdfDownload
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History

Complete one of the tasks provided to summarise the legacy of the Ancient Greeks.

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 Week 1 - History - Famous Greeks names to research.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - History - Stamp template.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - History - Task.pdfDownload
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Maths (Mrs Mars & Mrs Zillwood's group)

Complete the recipe sheet (and make the recipe at home if you can).

Complete the questions about scaling.

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 Week 1 - 6C maths - Muffin Recipe.jpegDownload
 Week 1 - 6C maths - Recipe ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6C maths - Recipe.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6C maths - Scaling - Answers.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6C maths - Scaling - Questions.pdfDownload
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Maths (Mr Senior's group)

Complete the arithmetic practice questions for this week.

Complete the written problems about addition and subtraction.

Complete the problem solving tasks for home.

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 Week 1 - 6B maths - Arithmetic answers.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6B maths - Arithmetic questions.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6B maths - Problem solving.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6B maths - Written problems.pdfDownload
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Mrs Daniels' group

Complete the ‘Spring Has Sprung’ problem solving task.

Complete the 'Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100, 1000' questions.

Complete the arithmetic trail chaser.

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 Week 1 - 6O maths - Arithmetic trail chaser ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6O maths - Arithmetic trail chaser.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6O maths - Spring has sprung - problem solving.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - 6O maths - Spring has sprung ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - Multiplying & dividing by 10, 100, 1000 - ANSWERS.pdfDownload
 Week 1 - Multiplying & dividing by 10, 100, 1000.pdfDownload
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You will also find all the tasks in the google classroom:

www.classroom.google.com

In google classroom, you can send us pictures of your work or any word / google documents you might create.  We look forward to seeing some.

If you find that you haven't been assigned your maths work in google classroom, let me know - I might have missed your name.

   

In addition to the above, here are a few suggestions for some other things you might like to do this week.

 

We’re going on a Bear Hunt!

Kim’s game

Art from Mrs Milne

Put a teddy in your window

When you go out for your daily exercise, how many bears can you spot in windows?

 

There are lots of residents in Bishop’s Waltham taking part in this so you should be able to spot lots of bears!

 

Gather a selection of about 20 items from around the house and/or garden on a tray.

You have 30 seconds to memorise as many items as you can. Cover them with a cloth and then name as many items as possible. Who can remember the most?

 

Year 3 have been challenged to create an Iron Man model out of junk.  Mrs Milne thought it would be fun to extend this challenge to the whole school, and would love to see your junk model creations, be that robots, animals, or anything else that gets your creative juices going.  Keep a look out for Mrs Milne’s weekly art challenges which will be published every Monday morning on the school blog while we are all staying at home.  More tips and techniques for your junk modelling will be uploaded there tomorrow morning.

 

Hope you're all keeping safe and well!