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Yr6 W.C April 20th

Subject

Minimum expectation of time spent

Work set

Details of work set

How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ants Maths

LESSON 1

LESSON 2

LESSON 3

LESSON 3 PAPER

LESSON 4

LESSON 5

LOOM VIDEO (L1)

LOOM VIDEO (L5)

ARITHMETIC 1

ARITHMETIC 2

ARITHMETIC 3

ARITHMETIC 4

Children to answer questions relating to the challenge they usually work on in class. Please remind the children to focus on the method that we carry out in the classroom, rather than the methods stated in the book. The Loom video for Lesson 1 will explain the method the children are familiar with. 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

READING TEXT

READING TEXT 2

Lesson 1 Questions

QUESTIONS 

QUESTIONS 2

QUESTIONS 3

Children to answer all questions based on the attached text.

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 VIDEO

Children are to draft and edit an original narrative based on what could lie behind a door of their choice.

In exercise book

Lesson 5

Children are to improve and complete their original narrative based around what could be behind a door of their choice.

In exercise book or on plain paper that can be decorated by the children, depending on what door they decide to choose.

Foundation

2 hour per day

RE

RE PROMPT

RE TEMPLATE (STORYBOARD)

RE TEMPLATE (BIOGRAPHY)

LOOM VIDEO

Children are to research and create a storyboard or biography about an individual who has shown great faith in their religion or beliefs.

In exercise book or on template provided

Science

SCIENCE PROMPT

SCIENCE FLOOR PLAN

SCIENCE EXTENSION

Children are encouraged to design a floorplan of a garden centre and plan where to locate specific plants.

Floorplan is provided and an extension is available if the children would like to group the plants scientifically.

In exercise book or on plain paper