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Year 6

Home Learning for Year 6

 

19.10.20

This work is for any child who is absent from school.

 

English Home Learning Activities

To create a list poem about the sky.

 

1. Lie down on the ground in your garden or look outside your bedroom window at the sky. As you lie on your back, relax and take the time to soak in the details by tuning in to the world around you.

- What can you see? What can you hear? How do you feel?

 

2. Using paper, draw the skyline. Add colour using any media you have at home e.g. pencil crayons/pastels/paint.

 

3. How do you feel and think about the sky?

-What words or phrases do you think most capture the essence of the sky for you?

Using these words, create a list poem about the sky...

 

The Sky is...

 

Gliding clouds

 

 

Maths Home Learning Activities

 

Rehearse the fluency and accuracy of your times tables knowledge using TT Rockstars and the multiplication games on Purple Mash.

 

LO: I can round decimal numbers to the nearest tenth and whole number 

 

1) True or False?

 

4.36 when rounded to the nearest tenth is 4.4

 

2)

I'm thinking of a number with 2 decimal places.

 

The hundredth number is even.

The tenth number is odd.

When rounded to the nearest tenth, my number is 3.7.

When rounded to the nearest whole number my number is 4.

 

 

History Home Learning Activity

 

Key question: Why did the Aztecs choose to settle

on Tenochtitlan?

 

Look at the picture below of the capital city of The Aztecs, Tenochtitlan. Why do you think they chose to build this city here?

 

             

 

 

                   

Tenochtitlan

                           WELCOME TO YEAR 6

 

We hope you have had a lovely summer and spent many happy times with your family and friends. We are really looking forward to welcoming you all to Year 6 on Thursday 3rd September. Our focus and priority will be on the children re-connecting with each other and re-engaging with the amazing school life of Puss Bank. 

We cannot wait to see you all!

 

Miss Cross and Miss Farrow

Return to School letter for September

Together

Our aim is that we all learn this, including as much of the sign language as possible and sing it when we are all back 'Together' - including parents and carers.

Hold your head high, lift up your voice, we are better off together.

READING- SUPPORT PUSS BANK’S 500 BOOK CHALLENGE!

 

 

READ, READ, READ AND READ SOME MORE. Remember at Puss Bank we are trying to read aloud 500 books and maybe 500 more. Record your book on the footprint on the class pages or draw your own footprint and email it to your class teacher.

DOUGH DASTIC DISCO

Improve your fine motor skills and have some disco, dancing fun- no age limit J

Grab a ball of PlayDoh and join the disco party…

 

Disco moves teaching shapes using dough. Playdough finger gym!

Move the dough into shapes to music! Great for fine motor skills!

Fine motor development | Playdough song | If you're happy and you know it

A fun playdough song to develop fine motor control and coordination - get your kids ready for writing! Easy to follow playdough routine which is 3 minutes lo...

GO NOODLE

 

Brilliant for songs, exercise and mindfulness.

Recommended by the wonderful Mrs Allen are “Go bananas” and “Feel it still.”

 

https://www.gonoodle.com/

 

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