A message from us...
Good morning Year 6,
Welcome to week 2 of home learning. Before we start, we just wanted to share this poem with you, as a bit of advice about what to spend your time doing at home...
Use this time carefully,
to have fun and learn creatively.
Don't read now because you'll have a test,
instead let books take you on a quest.
Use the time for a new skill,
let new learning be a thrill.
Don't idle the hours with wasteful things,
enjoy the fun new learning brings.
And hopefully it won't be too long,
until we're all back where we belong.
Love from Mrs Denwood, Mrs Francis, Mrs Whiting and Mrs Carlin xxx
You were all sent home with lots of activities in your home learning packs and we're sure lots of you are working your way through some of them. For some of you though, the packs may seem a little overhwhelming. This week, we have put together more of a structured timetable for the week. Please remember though, you do NOT need to follow this. Use this bonus time at home to make memories with your families. Get crafty, get creative :) For those of you who would enjoy a little bit more structure, here goes:
9.00- PE with Joe Wicks
10.00- Maths. Spend 15 minutes on TT Rockstars, Hit the Button or Prodigy Maths then complete one of the maths lessons included below.
11.00 Reading/Writing/SPAG. Why not listen to David Walliams reading live at 11am every day https://soundcloud.com/harpercollinspublishers/the-worlds-worst-children-by/s-dqoZWNyMFFq
Then complete one of the literacy activities included below.
1.00- Topic (links and resources are included at the bottom of the page)
Monday- French. Have a go at learning your different body parts. Challenge a grown up to join in with you.
Tuesday- Computing. Log onto https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/ Username: student27320 Password: whiston18. Work your way through some of the coding units. It doesn't matter which year group you start in, it depends how confident you feel.
Wednesday-Geography. Begin making a presentation about volcanoes. This could be in the form of a poster, information leaflet, powerpoint, imovie. Use the following webiste for lots of facts: https://easyscienceforkids.com/all-about-volcanoes/
Thursday-Science. Begin leanring about light. Use the learning PowerPoint and follow up activity to support you.
Friday- Art- Design and make an Easter card for someone special. There are some ideas at the bottom of the page.
TEAM FRANWOOD CHALLENGES
- Make breakfast or lunch for your family. You could even design a menu in the morning with pictures and descriptions
- Make an obstacle course in your garden for a family member to complete
- Last week, people across the country stood on their doorsteps and applauded the NHS. Write a newspaper article about this.
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|Science lesson 1.ppt||[ppt 5MB]|
|Science lesson 1 activity .doc||[doc 2MB]|
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Maths week 2 - Ratio
Below is a link for a new maths lesson every day this week. Follow this link and it will lead you to the five lessons. Each include a teaching video, worksheet and answers.
Monday: Using ratio language
Tuesday: Ratio and fractions
Wednesday: Introducing the ratio symbol
Thursday: Calculating ratio
Friday: Using scale factors Reading/Writing/SPAG
At the end of the week, Mrs Denwood will create a new assignment for you to complete on Prodigy maths. This will be linked to ratio.
Reading, writing and SPAG
Open a new file below each day. The focus for the next few weeks is on Harry Potter - enjoy and get lost in the mystery :)
Grown ups- there are lots of hyperlinks on the pages. Please check these first.
Please remember, you do not need to print all these pages. Just complete any of the activities in your orange exercise book. And only choose the ones you like the look of. Do NOT try to complete everything.