Hello Year 6,
I hope you are well. Although it will be the Easter holidays, at the end of today, we will keep CENTURY, MyMaths, TT Rockstars and Bug Club going.
We will also add one daily Easter activity for you to have a go at.
We are hoping that this little bit of guidance will be a welcome fixture on your daily 'to-do' list, during this strange time.
Feel free to send us any pictures of you doing any activities or your work and we'll share them below! This is Jamie measuring his lounge for the geography task:
Annie with some brilliant steps for cleaning a teenager’s bedroom!
Today's learning journey is below.
Have a great weekend.
Mr Chappell and the Year 6 Team
Friday 3rd April
This could be anything that gets the heart rate going! Skipping, jogging, walking, HIIT, trampolining...
x and ÷ facts practice (Click on TT image)
5-a-day + Fluent in 5
Fluent in 5 (see Friday's task below) 5-a-day (see Friday's task below - choose Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum (Answers for both tasks are below too). Copy into your blue book or onto paper. You don't need to print them, unless you have the capacity to! (Thank you to Corbett Maths and 3rd Space Learning)
Visit Spellingframe.com and end the week with practise of the letter string ough and test yourself using the website too.
Standard English: Adverbs (see task below - prompt for adults and answers are below too) Copy from the sheet and answer in your blue books. (Thank you to Schofield & Sims)
English writing task
Instructions: How to clean a teenager's bedroom. Create a set of instructions (or information text) about how to clean a teenager's bedroom. Use the prompt below to help. Record in your blue books, on paper or in a Word document.
Today, listen to someone read a book; either through an audio book or from a real-life person!
It's (strangely) the last day of term, so to see out this week, put together a party playlist to see the weekend in! End today with a party and celebrate all the hard work you've put in keeping your learning going! You deserve it!
Yoga, Pilates, colouring in, have a chat (FaceTime), Lego…
Outlined above are some ideas for how to fill your days at home. There are quite a few resources, links and ideas, so pace yourself! The main things are to keep your well-being high, so take this opportunity to look after yourself and others. We are reachable via the school email firstname.lastname@example.org or twitter @NewMiltonJunior so keep in touch with what you're up to. We will update this page every day and publish any answers, so your parents/carers can check your responses with you.
Go well, Year 6.