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Yr6 W.C 11th May

Subject

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Work set

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How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ants Maths

 

LESSON 1

LESSON 1 RESOURCE

LESSON 2

LESSON 3

LESSON 3 RESOURCE

LESSON 4

LESSON 5

 

LESSON 1 LOOM

LESSON 2 LOOM

LESSON 3 LOOM

LESSON 4 LOOM

LESSON 5 LOOM

 

ARITHMETIC 1

ARITHMETIC 2

ARITHMETIC 3

ARITHMETIC 4

 

ANSWERS - please find relevant lesson using top of page for example, U10 W3 L2

Children to answer questions relating to the challenge they usually work on in class. If they have completed their challenge, they can progress onto the next challenge.

 

 

 

 

For the arithmetic pages, complete all questions.

In exercise book

English

1 hour per day

Lesson 1 Text

 

WHOLE TEXT

 

Lesson 1 Questions

 

QUESTIONS

Children to answer questions based on chapters 1-4. Stop reading after these lines (as the next chapter is chapter 5): ‘Willie was exhausted. His head whirled with the names and faces of all the people he had met that day. He was just thinking about the boy in the post office when he fell instantly into a deep sleep.’

In exercise book

Lesson 2 Spelling

 

SPELLING 1

SPELLING 2

SPELLING 3

 

Children to answer all questions.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book

Lesson 3 Grammar

 

GRAMMAR 1

GRAMMAR 2

GRAMMAR 3

 

Children to answer all questions.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book

Lesson 4 Writing

 

WRITING PROMPT

LOOM 1

LOOM 2

 

Children are to draft and edit a diary entry. You can write from either Willie or Tom’s perspective.

In exercise book

Lesson 5

 

WRITING PAPER

 

Children are to improve and complete their diary entry.

In exercise book or paper attached

Foundation

2 hour per day

Computing

 

COMPUTING PROMPT

LOOM

 

Children are to create a video on a topic of their choice.

On ‘Windows Movie Maker’ or any recording device.

Geography

 

GEOGRAPHY PROMPT

 

GEOGRAPHY PAPER

 

Children are to create a poster (or leaflet) advertising the rainforest as the perfect habitat for a particular animal to live in.

In exercise book, on paper provided or on plain paper that can be decorated.

Optional Extras

POSTCARD TEMPLATE

 

WEBSITE LINK

It’s Local History Month so why not look into the near and distant past of the area you live? That could be your house, a significant building or place or the nearest town/village. Be creative in how you present your research – you could interview local people (at a safe distance), use online archives or be a history detective and see what you can see!

 

Postcards from the Past Competition

Using the template, write a postcard to yourself from a point in history. Tell them what’s going on, what might happen next and how amazing the experience is. Here’s a few ideas – Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation; the original VE day in 1945; The end of the Battle of Bosworth.