Learning Together at Home 4.6.20

Hello P6F !!

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

 

I will schedule two Microsoft Teams meeting for Tuesday (4 pm) and Thursday (11 am) of this week. Please come along to one or both if you have a question or just want to say HELLO! These meetings are by no means compulsory. You do not have to attend. 

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

Literacy

Grammar – 

Look at pages 34 – 47 in the following booklet KS2_English_SATs_Study_Book .

It will cover the following topics – homophones, common misspellings, apostrophes, silent letters, Study the information and guidance before tackling the tasks.

Reading Comprehension

Alexander Fleming

Choose the level which will challenge you the most.

LI – we are learning to read for information.

Success Criteria –

  • read the passage more than once
  • highlight/underline important information
  • answer the questions in full

Alexander Fleming comprehension

Numeracy

Number – Sumdog Challenge Current challenged finished. I will have a look and see how you have done before adding another for the next week.

I have set a challenge on Sumdog that will be live for 1 week. After the one week is over I will have a look at how you have all done on Sumdog. Good Luck!

http://www.sumdog.com

Number – this task will last all week

Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Read/study from pages 34 to 45 and complete the tasks within those pages. Remember we have two Teams meetings this week and so any questions you have I can answer at those points.

KS2_Maths_SATs_Study_Book

Number

Supplementary Angles

Have a look at the information on Supplementary angles using the following link https://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/supplementary-angles.html

Now try the following worksheet supplementary_angle_worksheet

Number – Times Tables

Look at the times table word search in the following attachment and complete it if you are able to print . . . Times table wordsearch

NOW create your own word search using a different times table. Save it to solve yourself next week (by that time you may have forgotten where the words are hidden)

Either use your Numeracy jotter or the following template.  wordsearch template

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