Learning Together at Home 6.5.20


A reminder that although tasks go online at noon each day it is up to you to decide when you do these. Spread out the tasks and do not feel you have to complete everything in one day. Take the tasks and organise your own time.
Joe Wicks has a great workout everyday at 9am which is saved on his YouTube page to do whenever you like  . . .



How many of you can write a riddle on Microsoft Teams chat? Even if you are not planning on writing a riddle – have a look and see if you can answer someone else’s.

I will be looking out for them.




Spelling – mixture of words from previous 4 weeks

Use the Blooms grid to practise your spelling words – aim to choose 3 different activities. What learning style do you prefer?

Spelling words and task 4.5.20

Spelling tasks

Writing – this task is to be completed over two days

Use the web links, document, and your own personal research on Inventions from the 20th century to decide on a TOP 3 most important inventions from this time period. Write these down in a list in your Literacy jotter, summarise each one and give a reason for why it is in your top 3.

Now create a timeline of important inventions from the 20th century. Make sure it is in chronological order. Take a photo of these and e-mail them to me via Buck Admin e-mail address please.




Inventions Poster

Reading – Literature Circles

Complete a task in your booklet and link up with at least 2 other people from P6F on Microsoft Teams. This could be an online chat or a video call. Take turns in feeding back what you wrote for your task. Don’t worry if you have different books. It is always good to find out about different texts. You may decide you would like to read a book someone else has based on their feedback.


Number – 11 and 12 times table

Sumdog challenge! Look out for the latest Sumdog challenge online.

Again, if you have problems logging on then let me know!

Shape – this task will last 2 days

Test yourself on the properties of 2D and 3D shape. How have you done? What is your score out of 23? Message me on Teams or e-mail me and let me know!

Properties of 2D and 3D shape

I will save all the resources in Teams so if any file does not open have a look for it on Microsoft Teams.

As always any questions . . . just ask!

Miss Fotheringham