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Friday 3rd April 2020

Happy Friday Year 6 and the last day of term!

 

I hope you have all settled into working from home well and are ready for a well-deserved Easter break.

 

Your tasks for today are set out below. Remember that the answers for all tasks this week will be uploaded by 2pm today. Make sure to go through these with an adult to identify any misconceptions.

 

Enjoy time with your families during Easter; making the most of this opportunity for 'quality time' and maybe even taking up some new hobbies!

 

 

I hope the sun shines for us all and that you stay safe during your break smiley

Mrs Peart 

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 2
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published this afternoon).
  • SPaG mat:
  • Summer Term 1: Number 5

 

Writing

Check that you have finished your writing for your biography and that it includes all of the features:

  • An attention grabbing introduction, summarising main events of your chosen figure’s life.
  • Chronological order of events
  • Information about their personality/characteristics
  • Reference to achievements, influences and significant people in their lives.
  • Third person pronouns
  • Quotes
  • Conclusion

 

Edit your work thoroughly for the following:

  • Correct use of punctuation – Non negotiables (capital letters, full stops, question marks, exclamation marks) and also semi-colons, colons, commas or clarity, dashes, hyphens, parenthesis.
  • Spellings – non-negotiable words and year 6 spellings (have you used the correct homophone?)
  • Fantastic sentences – have you got a range of simple, compound and complex?
  • Tense
  • Amazing imagery – alliteration, similes, metaphors, personification

 

Reading

Re-read the You Can Do It!’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available this afternoon.

 

 

Complete a book review (provided in packs) on a book/text that you have read this week.

This may be a book that you are reading at home or a school level book that you have read in school.

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week B - Friday)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!

 

Mrs Peart’s maths group

  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 6 – Day 5)
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Translating and reflecting’ and ‘Translating shapes’.
  • Complete the translation questions, supplied in your pack, in your exercise books.

 

Mrs Finnell’s maths group

  • Complete the Area 2 worksheet
  • Log on to MyMaths and complete the Area of Rectangles lesson. Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task!

 

 

 

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Good morning everyone! I hope you had a good day of learning yesterday.

 

Your tasks for today are shown below - keep up the hard work that you are all putting into your home learning.

 

Stay active and healthy whilst at home. Drink plenty of fluids and have regular active breaks to get your body moving. Remember Joe Wicks is doing PE with Joe every morning at 9am!

 

Try to keep on top of daily reading as well - Amazon still have their free audio books for you to access during this time at home.

 

Remember:

 

Have a good day and stay positive!

Mrs Peart 

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 2
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat:
  • Summer Term 1: Number 4

 

Writing

Continue to write your further paragraphs and conclusion of your biographies, keeping up the fantastic handwriting and presentation, whilst making it eye-catching!

 

Still consider:

  • An attention grabbing introduction, summarising main events of your chosen figure’s life.
  • Chronological order of events
  • Information about their personality/characteristics
  • Reference to achievements, influences and significant people in their lives.
  • Third person pronouns
  • Quotes
  • A conclusion summarising key achievements and future ambitions.

 

Remember to use your best presentation and write your work under today’s date and subject underlined.

 

 

Reading

Read ‘You Can Do It’ text

 

You will be reading this text over 2 days; today you will need to focus on pages 4-6.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week B - Thursday)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!

 

Mrs Peart’s maths group

  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 6 – Day 4)
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Coordinates 1 – positive’ and ‘Coordinates 2 – negative’
  • Complete the coordinates questions, supplied in your pack, in your exercise books.

 

Mrs Finnell’s maths group

  • Complete the Reflecting Patterns and Shapes 1 worksheet
  • Log on to MyMaths and complete the Translating and Reflecting lesson. Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task!

 

 

Wednesday 1st April 2020

Happy Wednesday Year 6, and the start of a new month! 

 

I hope you are all working well at home and are making sure to fit in plenty of breaks!

 

Keep up the presentation in your writing today for your English task - remember to create a biography which is eye-catching and pulls the reader in! 

 

If you are proud of your work so far and would like to share it with me, send any pictures to year6@holyroodprimary.co.uk. I would love to see how well you are all doing! smiley

 

Try to find some 'quiet' time day, whether through reading or arts and crafts. It's important to have an activity just for you, which allows your brain to take a well-deserved rest.

 

Remember, whether at home or at school:

 

Have a wonderful day and please stay safe! smiley

Mrs Peart

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 2
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat:
  • Summer Term 1: Number 3

Writing

Look through your plans from yesterday. Discuss the facts that you found with an adult. Consider how you are going to use your notes to create full sentences in your work today.

 

Before you begin, consider how you want your biography to look – try to make it as eye-catching as possible!

 

Focus on your introduction and paragraph 1 today and try to use the following features of a biography:

 

  • An attention grabbing introduction, summarising main events of your chosen figure’s life.
  • Chronological order of events
  • Information about their personality/characteristics
  • Reference to achievements, influences and significant people in their lives.
  • Third person pronouns
  • Quotes

 

Remember to use your best presentation and write your work under today’s date and subject underlined.

 

 

Reading

Read ‘You Can Do It’ text

 

You will be reading this text over 2 days; today you will need to focus on pages 1-3.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week B - Wednesday)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!

 

Mrs Peart’s maths group

  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 6 – Day 3)
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Negative numbers in context’. Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task!
  • Complete the perimeter questions, supplied in your pack, in your exercise books.

 

Mrs Finnell’s maths group

  • Complete the Relating Percentages to Decimals and Fractions 1 and 2 worksheets
  • Log on to MyMaths and complete the Fractions, Decimals, Percentages 1 lesson. Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task!

 

 

 

Tuesday 31st March 2020

Good morning everyone! I hope you all had a good day yesterday and are ready for a new day today smiley

 

All your tasks for today are written below. Work hard to complete them to the high standards you would in school and remember to always try your best.

 

I hope you’re all enjoying your PE lessons with Joe Wicks – join in again today at 9am!

 

Remember to also take regular breaks and make time for activities that you enjoy doing! These are just as important for a healthy mind as learning is!
 

 

Have a great day and try your best yes

Mrs Peart

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 2
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat:
  • Summer Term 1: Number 2
  • Complete the SPaG questions on ‘Tense’ (provided in your packs)
  • Log onto https://www.spag.com/ and complete ‘Hyphens, dashes & bullet points (A)’ task.

 

Writing

Using the biography planning template (provided in your packs), research a person of interest that you would like to create a fact file/biography on.

 

This could be:

  • An athlete or someone in sport
  • A musician
  • An explorer
  • A world leader
  • An inventor or scientist
  • Historical figure

 

Gather general facts about your person of interest, as well as focusing on early and later life and personal achievements.

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘Interview with Lisa Clark’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

 

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week B - Tuesday)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!

 

Mrs Peart’s maths group

  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 6 – Day 2)
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Area of a parallelogram’ and ‘Area of a triangle’                             Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task!
  • Complete the area questions, supplied in your pack, in your exercise books.

 

Mrs Finnell’s maths group

  • Complete the Multiplying Decimals worksheet
  • Log on to MyMaths and complete the Starting to Multiply Decimals lesson. Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task!

 

Monday 30th March 2020

Good morning Year 6! I hope you have had a relaxing weekend and are ready for your second week of home learning!

 

Here are your tasks for today; keep trying your best. Remember to work through these tasks in an order that fits around you and your family.

 

If you have any questions about the tasks set, or any previous work from last week, please do not hesitate to contact us at year6@holyroodprimary.co.uk

 

Keep active in between tasks, take regular breaks and stay hydrated!

 

Have a lovely day smiley

Mrs Peart.

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 2
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat:
  • Summer Term 1: Number 1
  • Complete the SPaG questions on ‘Parenthesis’ (provided in your packs)
  • Log onto https://www.spag.com/

and complete ‘Terminology – Y6 (A)’ task.

 

Writing

Explore the four biographies in the English section of the home learning page.

 

Can you find the following features within these texts?

  • Introduction summarising key events within this person’s life
  • Chronological order of events
  • Significant facts about achievements and influences
  • Individual feelings and thoughts about specific events
  • Verbs written in past tense and third person
  • Quotes
  • Conclusion about how they are/will be remembered

 

Complete the questions in the English section of the home learning page on Usain Bolt.

Write these into your exercise books under today’s date and subject underlined.

 

Consider who you would like to create a biography about – You will be researching this person tomorrow.

 

 

Reading

Read ‘Interview with Lisa Clark’ text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week B - Monday)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!

 

Mrs Peart’s maths group

  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 6 – Day 1)
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the tasks on ‘Ratio introduction’ and ‘Ratio dividing 1’. Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task

 

Mrs Finnell’s maths group

  • Complete the Tenths and Hundredths worksheets
  • Log on to MyMaths and complete Tenths & Hundredths lesson. Please remember to click the ‘Mark It’ button when you have completed the task

 

 

Friday 27th March 2020

Happy Friday and the start of a well-deserved weekend rest!

 

The answers for all SPaG, reading and maths questions will be uploaded under each subject folder by 2pm today. For example, any reading comprehension answers will be saved under the Reading folder. Please go through these with an adult at home to make sure that you can identify any questions that may need to be corrected or extended further. Just as you would do in school, please use a different coloured pen/pencil so that you can easily see changes made.

 

Remember to keep up your daily reading. You have opportunities in the day to ‘escape’ into a book or text of your choice, which is a good chance for some quiet time and self-reflection. Also make use of the free audio books on Amazon, whilst schools are closed. Just click on the link: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen  yes

 

Use this weekend to relax and enjoy time with your families in the beautiful sunshine. There is a list of fun activities in your pack that you could do whilst staying safe at home. 

 

 

Have a lovely weekend and please keep safe. smiley

Mrs Peart

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 1
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published by 2pm today)
  • SPaG mat:
  • Spring Term 2: Number 6

 

Writing

Starter – Complete the SPaG questions on ‘Inverted commas’ (provided in your packs)

Remember to check that you are using punctuation correctly with speech:

  • There should always be a capital letter at the start of direct speech
  • The punctuation should always be inside the inverted commas

 

Check that you have finished your writing for your non-chronological report and that it includes all of the structural features:

  • A clear title
  • An introduction with general information about the topic.
  • Subheadings - Three paragraphs
  • Facts related to given subheading and topic
  • Use of technical language
  • Conclusion – linking back to the introduction

 

Edit your work thoroughly for the following:

  • Correct use of punctuation – Non negotiables (capital letters, full stops, question marks, exclamation marks) and also semi-colons, colons, commas or clarity, dashes, hyphens, parenthesis.
  • Spellings – non-negotiable words and year 6 spellings (have you used the correct homophone?)
  • Fantastic sentences – have you got a range of simple, compound and complex?
  • Tense
  • Amazing imagery – alliteration, similes, metaphors, personification

 

 

Reading

Finish any guided reading questions that you have completed this week – have you checked your multiple mark questions?

 

Complete a book review (provided in packs) on a book/text that you have read this week.

This may be a book that you are reading at home or a school level book that you have read in school.

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week A - Friday)
  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 5 – Day 5)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Add and subtract decimals’
  • Complete the Year 6 arithmetic test 9 (supplied in your pack).

 

Thursday 26th March 2020

Happy Thursday everyone!

 

Thank you for all of the hard work that you have been putting in so far this week! Keep it up!

 

Below are your tasks for today. Remember that the answer sheets will be uploaded tomorrow afternoon for all maths, reading and SPaG work, so you will need to ensure that they have been completed up to date.

 

Continue with your high standards in writing today – you will be expected to have written and edited your non-chronological reports by tomorrow.

 

Whilst you are all learning ‘remotely’ from home, it is important to understand how to use online resources safely. Therefore, I would like you to check the ‘Topic’ page and complete ‘Activity 1: Watch Play Like Share, Episode 1'. Watch the episode and then complete the questions with an adult at home.

 

Keep taking regular ‘brain breaks’ and stay hydrated. Also keep finding time to do something creative or something that you enjoy.

 

Have a wonderful day!

Mrs Peart

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 1
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat: Spring Term 2: Number 5
  • Log onto https://www.spag.com/ and complete ‘Passive and Active Voice (B)’ task.

 

Writing

Continue to write your further paragraphs and conclusion of your non-chronological reports, keeping up the fantastic handwriting and presentation, whilst making it eye-catching!

 

Still consider:

  • Subheadings
  • Facts related to given subheading and topic
  • Use of technical language
  • Conclusion - linking back to the introduction

 

Reading

Re-read the ‘Rush for Gold’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully
  • Check whether you are retrieving and answer or making a point and justifying iT
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions - refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

 

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week A - Thursday)
  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 5 – Day 4)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Modelling percentage increase and decrease’
  • Complete the fractions reasoning questions (supplied in your pack) in your exercise book under today’s date.

 

Wednesday 25th March 2020

Good morning year 6!

I hope you have all managed to get some fresh air and have enjoyed the welcomed sunshine!

 

Your tasks for today are set out below. I hope you are all doing well, working from home, and are showing the adults at home just how much you have progressed in year 6 so far!

 

If you need help with any of the work that has been set for you, please email year6@holyroodprimary.co.uk. We will aim to respond to you as quickly as we can within the school working hours.

 

During your English task today, ensure you keep up the high standards of presentation and handwriting that would be expected from you in school.

 

Please also make sure that when you are completing any my maths tasks, that you are clicking the mark it button. Your work will only be submitted to me if you do this.

 

 

I hope you have a good day and that the sun continues to shine! 

Mrs Peart

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 1
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat:
  • Spring Term 2: Number 4

 

Writing

Look through your plans from yesterday. Are you able to talk through these plans confidently with an adult?

 

Today you will be using your plans to write up your introduction and paragraph 1.

 

Remember your plans are there as a guide. You will need to consider how to adapt your notes to create full sentences.

 

Today you will need to consider whether you have:

 

•         A clear title

•         An introduction with general information about the topic.

•         Subheadings

•         Facts related to given subheading and topic

•         Use of technical language

 

Make this non-chronological report as eye-catching as possible, so decide how you would like it to look on the page. Just as you have done with previous writing in English and topic lessons.

Reading

Read ‘Rush for Gold’ text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the text.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences?

 

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week A - Wednesday)
  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 5 – Day 3)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Modelling percentages’
  • Complete the percentages reasoning questions (supplied in your pack) in your exercise book under today’s date.

 

 

Tuesday 24th March 2020

Happy Tuesday Eagles! I hope you had a good day full of learning yesterday and are refreshed for today. smiley

 

If you participated in P.E with Joe, I hope this prepared you for your day and got your heartbeats racing!

 

Below are the tasks you will need to complete today: your daily tasks, which you are familiar with during routine school hours and also the English, maths and reading activities.

 

I hope you were all able to find some interesting facts for your English World War Two reports, whether through your own research or the fact sheet provided.

 

The maths activities that are set will always relate to previous learning, so these should be familiar to you whilst also providing extra learning/revision for focused topics.

 

Remember to take regular breaks and also make time for activities that you enjoy doing! These are just as important for a healthy mind as learning is!

 

 

Have a wonderful day yes

Mrs Peart 

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 1
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat: Spring Term 2: Number 3
  • Log onto https://www.spag.com/ and complete ‘Fronted Adverbials’ task.

 

Writing

Re-read the notes and facts you collected yesterday on World War Two. Using these facts, you need to begin planning your report, using the planning template provided.

 

Remember, when planning any text, you need to consider what technical language (linked to topic) you would like to include, as well as referring to any year 6 features. For example:

 

Also remember to use note form – you do not need full sentences for a plan.

Reading

Re-read the ‘Giants’ text from yesterday.

 

Complete the comprehension questions for this text.

Remember to:

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Check whether you are retrieving an answer or making a point and justifying it.
  • If you are unsure of any language used in the questions – refer back to your highlighted notes from yesterday.
  • Always check your answers!

 

The mark scheme for these questions will be available on Friday.

 

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week A - Tuesday)
  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 5 – Day 2)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Equivalent fractions’.
  • Complete the Fraction, percentages equivalents’ (supplied in your pack) in your exercise book under today’s date and subject.

 

 

 

Monday 23rd March 2020

Good morning Eagles! I hope you have all enjoyed your weekend and are feeling refreshed!smiley

 

Below are the tasks that you are expected to complete by the end of today; the order that you choose to complete these is up to you. Whilst learning from home, you will still have your routine daily tasks to complete, as well as English, maths and reading.

 

When completing tasks in your exercise books, please make sure that you write the date underlined, followed by the subject underlined. Keep up the fantastic handwriting and presentation that you are all capable of and have displayed this year!

 

Please also remember to take regular ‘brain breaks’, keep yourself active in between tasks and keep your belly full and hydrated!

 

If you would like to take part in some daily exercise, to give your brain a break and feel refreshed, why not join P.E with Joe? Joe Wicks will be providing daily P.E lessons on his YouTube channel (The Body Coach TV), Monday to Friday 9am – 9.30am! 

 

Remember:

 

I hope you have a lovely day smiley

Mrs Peart

 

Spellings

  • Practise your key spelling words for week 1
  • Complete half a page of your spelling list activity book:
  • Look, say, cover, write, check
  • Fill in the missing words
  • Write your own sentences

 

SPaG

  • Complete today’s page in your grammar booklet (answers will be published on Friday)
  • SPaG mat:
  • Spring Term 2: Number 2

 

Writing

Begin research for your first writing task: Non-chronological report on World War Two

 

For this task, you may use the fact sheet provided or complete your own research.

 

Use a page within your exercise book to mindmap initial findings and research.

You will need to find general facts about the war for your introduction and three key areas of the war that you would like to focus on. These could include:

 

  • Children in the war
  • Women in the war
  • Allies and Axis
  • Battle of Britain
  • The Blitz
  • Rationing
  • The Holocaust
  • Normandy Landings
  • Cracking Codes
  • Pearl harbour
  • VE Day

 

Useful websites that you may want to use include:

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/world-war-ii/

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/general-history/world-war-two/

 

Remember to focus on only three of these for your three individual subheadings.

 

Reading

Read ‘Giants’ text

 

Today’s focus will be on reading and understanding the language within the poem for ‘Giants’.

 

Use a highlighter or coloured pencil to identify key language.

Can you find definitions for words you are unsure of?

Think of further synonyms (words that mean the same) for these words?

How could you rewrite some of the sentences from the text?

 

Maths

  • Complete today’s questions in your arithmetic book (Week A - Monday)
  • Complete today’s rapid reasoning questions (Week 5 – Day 1)
  • Log on to https://ttrockstars.com/ and play for 15mins – try to beat your highest score!
  • Log on to https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ and complete the task on ‘Multiplying fractions’.

 

 

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