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Year 6

The suggested timings for the daily work timetable is only meant as a guide.  This is a suggested maximum time you should be expecting your child to undertake the activities we provide.  We are passionate and fully committed in supporting you to provide education for your children whilst they are off school during the current world events, and all of the activities we have provided are suggested. Above all, your child's happiness and well-being is the most important thing.  Use your judgement as a parent to decide what to ask your child to complete each day and if you want to do things in a slightly different way than is suggested - then feel free to get creative with the activities. 

During the day, we recommend that you focus on these activities.  We have added some suggested times to give you an idea about how long each activity should take. Teachers will be updating this page daily to support children to continue their learning at home. Further information for each of the daily activities can be found below. 

 

 

 

Activity

 

Spellings

English

Times Tables

Maths

Reading

Active Time

Optional Fun Activities

 

Timings

15-30 mins

30-60 mins

15-30 mins

30-60 mins

30 mins

30 -60 mins

N/A

Friday 22nd May 2020

Today's Work

Spelling

Practise your Olympic Award spellings which can be found in your Home Learning Book or on our Class pages on the school website.

Below is a spelling website which will allow children to flashback to previous taught spelling rules.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/

Vocabulary

Pick 2 of the challenges to complete.

English

Drawing from your knowledge of our class reader, complete the following activities.

Make a list of superheroes.

Which heroes have superpowers, and which use their own natural abilities of strength, intelligence and courage to fight crime?

Are superheroes more interesting if they do not have a superpower? Why or why not?

If you had a superpower, what would it be? Why?

Look again at the front cover. Draw a picture of what Broccoli Boy would look like as his alter ego.

Challenge: Draw yourself as a superhero. Be as creative as possible.

Don’t forget to listen to the new instalment of The Astounding Broccoli Boy on DoJo.

Numeracy Ninjas

Subtracting decimals – Remember place value and don’t forget the decimal point.

Please see ‘Generic Maths to do at home’ section so your child can practise the times tables sheet they are currently on.

Maths

Question Focus

Activity:

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/486/Y6-Arithmetic-Practice

 

Click the link, scroll down and complete the arithmetic practice game. Make sure you click the amount of questions up to 35 (similar to the ones you do at school).

 

https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/resources/ks2-sats-online-10-minute-tests

 

Click the link and complete Test 2 of the Maths 10-minute tests.

 

Take a photo of the end screen of these games with your scores and post them on your Dojo, so we can see how you got on.  

 

Challenge:

https://nrich.maths.org/5573 Click the link to complete the challenge below online.

Reading

Reading is a crucial part of the day. You have just today and tomorrow to reach your reading targets!

 

Check out the class read on the Class Story section of DoJo - a new installment every day!

 

There are lots of opportunities and resources for reading:

  • Your schoolbook
  • Previous Class Reader – Spirit animals – Wild Born available on https://www.getepic.com/ (If you complete this, it can be quizzed on!)
  • Non-fiction books available on https://www.getepic.com/ , but make sure you check they are on AR before you start reading.
  • A selection of Fiction books available on https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ Check for the list of suggested books on Class DoJo.

https://ukhosted47.renlearn.co.uk/1893691

Active Time

Have a look at the Fitter Futures website and complete some of the activities. You can find all the information on the Class Story on Class Do Jo.

See the bottom of the ‘Home Learning March 2020’ page for ‘How to Keep Active at Home’

Art

Complete your entry for the Art Exhibition. Make sure its year 6 standard and your best work. Take your time and be creative.

 

A lesson about visual poetry as an artform:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWpMB6gmBYA

(It is not just a poem).

Optional Fun Activities

See the bottom of the ‘Home Learning March 2020’ page for some ideas.

See Curriculum Learning Map on class page if you would like to link the activity to what we have been learning in class.

Class Reader

For our class reader, please go to class dojo and then the class story to listen to Miss Lacy read our new class reader. 

Previous Days' Daily Work

If you have missed a day's work or lesson, please find the labelled folders below. 

 

Active Time

Spelling 

 

The document below includes some different games that you could use to practise your spellings, in addition to your spelling menu in your home learning book. The Olympic Spelling Lists can be found on our class pages if you need them. 

Grammar

 

If you are stuck with any area of your grammar learning, or you are finding one of your daily tasks tricky, use your grammar revision book which clearly explains the topics. You could also use the Bitesize website (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhrrd2p) which has videos and games to support your grammar learning. 

Reading 

 

Make sure you are keeping up with your recommended 50 pages of reading a day and reading a range of fiction and non-fiction. You are able to log on to quiz on books, when you are ready. 

Maths

 

You will be set Maths work to do each day and on your weekly homework. Remember you can use MyMaths lessons to help support your understanding of areas of Maths we have taught this year. Use TTRockStars daily to improve your skills. 

Supporting Your Child with Maths

 

If you are unsure of how to help your child to calculate the answers to their Maths questions, please take a look at our calculation policy for Year 6 below.

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