Learning Together at Home 26.5.20

Hello P6F !!

Joe Wicks has a great workout everyday at 9am which is saved on his YouTube page to do whenever you like  . . .

 

Tomorrow at 11 am I will start a Teams call for any P6F children who would like to ask any questions about this week’s learning. I know some people are unsure about Prime Numbers for example . . . Although you will be able to see me on the call it is important that you have your camera set to off as these are the guidelines set out by the council. Please have your microphones on however.

Modern Languages Have a look at the Modern Languages grid below. Try to have a go at 3 of the activities on the grid.

Modern Languages 2 Second Level

Music – Check out these fantastic Music activities. Enjoy . . . Second Level Music Activities During School Closures

Literacy

Spelling – 

Today I would like you to use your spelling list and write a sentence for each word OR write a dictionary definition. Remember to use fantastically detailed sentences. It is important you do not get in to bad habits so keep those sentences detailed. As a challenge can you also write a thesaurus word alongside each of your spelling words?

Spelling words 25.5.20

Writing- 

Following on from yesterday’s Ramadan and Eid learning I would like you to write a letter to someone pretending that you follow the Islamic faith. What would you tell them about Ramadan and Eid?

LI – we are learning to write a letter.

Success Criteria

  • use your knowledge of Ramadan and Eid
  • set out your letter correctly
  • proof read your letter for small errors (punctuation, spelling . . . )

Numeracy

Number – Prime, Square and Cube numbers, Multiplying and Dividing

Read/study from page 24 in this booklet attached and then complete pages 32/33. This task will last for 2 days.

Remember if there is something you do not understand then please ask. I could always hold a short call on Teams to chat things through.

KS2_Maths_SATs_Study_Book

Shape

Using your skills from yesterday I would like you to calculate the area of the compound shapes in this worksheet. Activity Sheet Compound Area

Use the PowerPoint here to help you . . . Compound Area Powerpoint

Success Criteria –

  • use your multiplying skills to solve calculations
  • divide up the shapes to make it more manageable to solve
  • show ALL working out.

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