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Learning from home

Week 15- Monday 20th July-Wednesday 22nd July

Good morning Year 6. It's your last week in school! Congratulations you've finally made it! Here is your final selection of home learning. Enjoy!

Monday 20th July

For your Literacy please use the following link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4xsxbk

For your Numeracy please use the following link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrn3p4j

For your Topic please please use the following link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8dg7h

 

Literacy

Lesson 1- Learning how to analyse non-fiction texts

 

Numeracy

Lesson 2- Revise- Comparing fractions, decimals and percentages

 

Topic

Lesson 3- Test your knowledge of Ancient Egypt

 

Tuesday 21st July

It's the penultimate day. Enjoy today's lessons!

For your Literacy please use the following link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zchvhcw

For your Numeracy please use the following link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z9vcydm

For your Topic please please use the following link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4bbp4j

 

Literacy

Lesson 1- Writing a diary

 

Numeracy

Lesson 2- Finding percentages of amounts

 

Topic

Lesson 3- Human geography people and places and sustainability quiz

 

Week 14-Monday 13th July-17th July

Good morning Year 6! Here is your learning for the week

Monday 13th July

Smart Moves- Building resilience

Problem solving is a learned skill. Having as may problem solving techniques as possible will help you to deal with what life throws at you and improve your resilience. Think about what problems and worries you might face when you transition to high school. What could help you to solve that problem? Would you do it on your own or could someone help you? Maybe you could break the problem down into small steps to help you find a solution. Have a go at completing pages 24-27 in the booklet!

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/Fh61dSoYpIwPlmsz?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Maths this week please use the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72hKi5u3A7E&feature=youtu.be

Literacy

Lesson 1 - Hooking your reader in

Numeracy

Lesson 2- Watch the video on the above link and have a go at Task A using this link: http://www.iseemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/27th-April-Y56-Connecting-Calculations.pdf

 

Tuesday 14th July

Smart Moves-Building resilience

Sometimes it can be hard to relax. Mindfulness and relaxation techniques are important as they can help you to understand how you feel. You can use these to help reduce your stress levels. Have a go at completing page 28 and use the tips on page 29!

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/Fh61dSoYpIwPlmsz?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Maths this week please use the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72hKi5u3A7E&feature=youtu.be

 

Literacy

Lesson 1- Hooking the reader in and describing the setting

Numeracy

Lesson 2- Re-cap by watching the video on the above link if required  and have a go at Task B using this link: http://www.iseemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/27th-April-Y56-Connecting-Calculations.pdf

 

Wednesday 15th July

Smart Moves- Building resilience

Thinking positively is about putting a resilient spin on things. If you try to think positively it can improve your resilience even when facing adversity. Finding things that we can be grateful for can create a more positive mood improves wellbeing. Have a go at completing pages 30 and 31!

 For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/Fh61dSoYpIwPlmsz?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Maths this week please use the following linkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72hKi5u3A7E&feature=youtu.be

 

Literacy

Lesson 1- Introducing your character

Numeracy

Lesson 2- Re-cap by watching the video on the above link if required  and have a go at Task C using this link: http://www.iseemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/27th-April-Y56-Connecting-Calculations.pdf

Enjoy!

 

Thursday 16th July

Smart Moves-Building resilience

Having fun and laughing can help you cope with life's challenges. Humour can help you build relationships and allow you to cope and express yourself! Have a go at completing page 32 of the booklet.

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/Fh61dSoYpIwPlmsz?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Maths today please use the following linkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxJPZ35tRKE&feature=youtu.be

Literacy

Lesson 1 - Using dialogue

Numeracy

Lesson 2 -Watch the video in the link above and then use the following link to answer task a:http://www.iseemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/28th-April-Y56-I-know...-so...pdf

Enjoy!

 

Friday 17th July

Smart Moves-Building resilience

Hopefully you have learnt a lot about Smart Moves and yourself these last few weeks. This will be the last exercise that you will complete, so it's time to look back and remember what you have learnt. Have a go at completing pages 33-35 in the booklet and try to use some of the skills and techniques you have been introduced to!

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/Fh61dSoYpIwPlmsz?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Maths today please use the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NxJPZ35tRKE&feature=youtu.be

 

Literacy

Lesson 1- Pulling all your ideas together and writing the start of the story to hook the reader in.

Numeracy

Lesson 2: Watch the video in the link above and then use the following link to answer tasks b and c :http://www.iseemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/28th-April-Y56-I-know...-so...pdf

Good luck and enjoy your last weekend as a Year 6!

 

 

Week 13- Monday 6th July- 10th July

Good morning Year 6! Here is your learning for the week.

Monday 6th July

Smart Moves- Building resilience

Try to write down or think of 5 words that you associate with being brave. If you could have a superpower, what would it be and why? How would a superpower help you to feel brave? How could being brave help you to be more resilient? Remember that facing our fears makes us stronger and more confident, so that when the tough times hit, we know we will have more experience handling tough situations, thereby increasing our resilience. Have a go at completing pages 14 and 15 from the booklet!

 

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/darNPicuelObm8Ik?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Numeracy, Topic, PSHE and Foundation use: https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

 

Literacy

Lesson 1 - Using figurative language for metaphor, personification, alliteration and hyperbole

 

Foundation 

Lesson 2 - What challenges can an ageing population present?

 

Numeracy

Lesson 3- Solve problems involving the relative sizes of two quantities

 

PSHE

Lesson 4- Circle of life: gone, but not forgotten

 

Tuesday 7th July

 Smart Moves- Building resilience

Today's activity is all about friendships. Not all friends are best friends, or even very close friends. We have different kinds of friends. What different kinds of friends might someone have? On page 16 using the friendship circle write 'me' in the middle. Now map the list of different types of friends onto your Circle of Friends with strangers outside the circle and best friends in the middle. You don't have to use individual names- just list the different groups (casual friends, class mates, best friends, family friend, neighbours, family or even a pet! On page 17 use the words on the page (or your own) to create your friendship recipe!

 

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/darNPicuelObm8Ik?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Numeracy, Topic, PSHE and Foundation use: https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

Literacy

Lesson 1- Learn 'They Rhythm of Life' Poem off by heart

Foundation

Lesson 2- To be able to describe physical appearance in Spanish

Numeracy

Lesson 3- Solve problems involving the relative size of quantities- part 2

Good luck!

 

Wednesday 8th July

Smart Moves- Building Resilience

Today's work is all about feelings. It can be hard sometimes to tell how we are feeling about things, as emotions can be tricky. This work will help you to think about your own feelings and the feelings of other people. Feelings can tell us about ourselves and others, so it is important that we listen. Have a go at completing pages 18 and 19 of the booklet.

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/darNPicuelObm8Ik?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Numeracy, Topic, PSHE and Foundation use: https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

 

Literacy

Lesson 1- Watch the video to help you make a messy mind map

 

Foundation

Lesson 2- Explain how to identify if a chemical reaction has taken place

 

Numeracy

Lesson 3- Ratio problems

 

Enjoy!

 

Thursday 9th July

Smart Moves-Building Resilience

Today you will be thinking about strategies for resolving arguments. Think about how confident you feel about resolving arguments. Learning how to disagree and still remain friends is part of learning how to have good relationships. Keeping relationships going can help you have a sense of stability and constancy in your life which will in turn help you to feel more resilient. Have a go at completing pages 20 and 21 in the booklet!

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/darNPicuelObm8Ik?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Numeracy, Topic, PSHE and Foundation use: https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

Literacy

Lesson 1- Using rhyme

Foundation

Lesson 2- How do we feed the people of the world?

Numeracy

Lesson 3 - Unequal sharing

 

Friday 10th July

Smart Moves- Building Resilience

Learning to lean on others and trust other people for help and support is important and can help build resilience. It is important to ask for help when it is needed and to know where to find help. Have a go at completing pages 22 and 23!

 

For your Literacy this week please use the following link: https://sway.office.com/darNPicuelObm8Ik?ref=Link&loc=play

For your Numeracy, Topic, PSHE and Foundation use: https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

Literacy

Lesson 1- Write verses 2 and 3 of your poem

Foundation

Lesson 2- To sing a major and minor scale

Numeracy

Lesson 3- Unequal sharing problems

 

Enjoy and have a lovely weekend!

 

Week 12- Monday 29th June-Friday 3rd July

Good morning Year 6. We hope you have had a lovely weekend!

Monday 29th June

Smart Moves- Building resilience

Hopefully you've all received your Smart Moves booklets and that you will find them useful. Over the the net few weeks you will be asked to complete some of the activities from the booklet that will hopefully help you with the job of moving up to secondary school!

Have a go at completing the exercise Right Tools for the Job on page 4. What tools do you already have that might help you with your transition to secondary school? It's OK if you can't think of any. Smart Moves is about recognising what you have already and teaching you some new ones!

The following link leads you to the lessons for the entire week.  They are clearly labelled Monday to Friday so you can follow the lessons easily day by day.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

Literacy

Lesson 1- Reading focus- Comprehension questions.

Topic

Lesson 2- What is a Population Pyramid?

Numeracy

Lesson 3- How to construct a line graph.

PSHE

Lesson 4- George Floyd Our Catalyst for Change.

 

Tuesday 30th June

Smart Moves - Building resilience

 

Today you will be using pages 6 and 7 in your booklet. Tom is moving up to secondary school and how he gets to school will change. What new changes might Tom face travelling to secondary school? What Smart Moves can help build confidence about the journey to secondary school? Who else might be travelling with Tom or who might already go that way? Have a go at completing pages 6 and 7!

Remember to use the following link to assist you in your learning:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

 

Literacy

Lesson 1- Reading focus- Comprehension questions

 

Foundation

Lesson 2 - To be able to name family members and pets in Spanish

 

Numeracy

Lesson 3 - Interpreting pie charts

 

Wednesday 1st July

Smart Moves - Building resilience

Today you will be using pages 8 and 9 in your booklet. Sleep is vitally important for us all. Why is sleep important and what happens when someone finds sleep easy or hard? Think about the times that you go to sleep and when you wake up? Have a go at completing pages 8 and 9 in the booklet!

Remember to use the following link to assist you in your learning:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

 Literacy

Lesson 1- Writing focus- Identifying the key features of a poem

 

Foundation

Lesson 2- Explain how to separate mixtures by sieving, filtration and evaporation

 

Numeracy

Lesson 3- Use fractions to express proportions

 

 Good luck!

 

Thursday 2nd July

Hello Year 6. We hope you are enjoying the work so far this week. The children in school are certainly missing you!

Smart Moves - Building resilience

Today you will be using pages 10 and 11 from the booklet. Play and leisure are an essential part of life and can help to improve your wellbeing. Your interests can help to improve your resilience. Have a think about what Smart Moves you have learnt so far to support resilience! Have a go at completing pages 10 and 11 in the booklet!

Remember to use the following link to assist you in your learning:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-6

Literacy 

Lesson 1- Writing focus- Planning including rhyme and archaic focus

 

Foundation

Lesson 2- What challenges can a growing population present?

 

Numeracy

Lesson 3 - Use ratio to express relationships

 

Good luck and enjoy!

 

Friday 3rd July

Smart Moves- Building resilience

Today you will be using pages 12 and 13 from the booklet. Today's work is all about roles, responsibilities and consequences. Think about what a responsibility is and how it can help you. What types of responsibilities might you have? You may have responsibilities at home or in school.

When using the comic strip on page 13 look at it carefully and think about everything you can see that went wrong that day. What would have helped the boy in the comic strip? What would you do differently? What things can you not change and why? 

 

Literacy

Lesson 1 - Writing focus- Write a poem

 

Foundation

Lesson 2 - Pulse in 3 and 4 time

 

Numeracy

Lesson 3 - Scale factor in shapes

 

Good luck and enjoy your weekend!

 

Week 11  - Monday 22nd of June  - Friday 26th of June

 

Friday 26th June 2020

What another glorious day yesterday Year 6!  I hope you all managed to enjoy the sunshine and still complete your tasks for the day.

Yesterday's answers are:

Thursday 25th Maths answers.docx

Thurday 25th Spag answers.docx

 

Below is today's work.  The answers are included at the bottom for maths and SPAG today.

Maths

Today's maths requires you to find pairs of values.

Friday 26th June Maths.docx

 

Literacy

Complete Friday's lesson on 'The Lost Thing'.

 

SPAG

Today's lesson is about recognising the passive verb.

Friday 26th June SPAG.docx

 

Answers:

Friday 26th Maths answers.docx

Friday 26th SPAG answers.docx

 

Have a wonderful weekend Year 6!

 

Thursday 25th June 2020

I hope you all enjoyed the lovely weather yesterday and managed to stay cool!

Here are yesterday's Maths and SpAG answers:

Wednesday 24th SPAG Answers.docx

Wednesday 24th Maths Answers.docx

 

Today's learning:

Literacy

Continue with Thursday's lesson using the link from Monday.

 

SPAG

Today's SpAG lesson is about using the subjunctive form.

Thursday 25th June SPAG.docx

 

Maths

Today's maths lesson requires you to find the volume of a cuboid.

Thursday 25th June Maths.docx

 

 

 

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Good Morning,  Here are the answers for yesterday's work.

Tuesday 23rd Maths Answers.docx

Tuesday 23rd SPAG answers.docx

 

Today's work is as follows.

Literacy

Please continue following Wednesday's lesson.

 

SPAG

Today's lesson requires you to identify verbs in sentences.

Wednesday 24th June SPAG.docx

 

Maths

Maths today is finding the area of a parallelogram.

Wednesday 24th June Maths.docx

 

 

 

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Good morning Year 6.  Here are the answers for yesterday's maths and SPAG lessons.  

Monday 22nd Maths Answers.docx

Monday 22nd SPAG Answers.docx

 

Now for today's work.

Literacy

Please continue to follow the lessons in the link added yesterday.  I hope you enjoyed the story and are keen to unpick some of the themes within the book.  

SPAG

Today we are looking at recognising the subjunctive form.

Tuesday 23rd June SPAG.docx

Reading Comprehension

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

Planet Earth Reading Comprehension.pdf

 

Maths

Today we are looking at finding the area of a triangle.

Tuesday 23rd June Maths.docx

Good Morning Year 6. 

Hope you are well and had a fantastic weekend.

Venn diagram answers from Friday

Page 15 Shoe Survey

1 4

2 Mark and Ali

3 Black leather shows with laces

4 Two children from:Ali, Sam Jo or Rajesh

5 Ali

6 Where Marks name is.

Page 16 Health Survey

1 11

2 Kate, Emma and David

3 Two children from Sunita, Peter Stephen or Jenny

4 Sam goes swimming and cycles to school but he does not play a sport

5 3 children

 

Monday 22nd June 2020

Literacy

 This week we will be looking at a picture book for older readers. There are some interesting themes in this story and we will discuss them and use them to write our own stories.  The book is called 'The Lost Thing' by Shaun Tan.  

The following link leads you to the lessons for the full week.  They are clearly labelled Monday to Friday and so you can follow the lessons easily day by day.

https://sway.office.com/NX1qyINZsnX6JCCk?ref=Link&loc=play

 

Maths

 Today's maths is on the topic of area and perimeter.

Monday 22nd June Maths.docx

 

SPAG

Today's SPaG lesson is about using 'was' or 'were'.

Monday 22nd June SPAG.docx

 

The answers for today's maths and SPaG lessons will be put on with tomorrow's learning.

 

 

 

Week 10  - Monday 15th of June  - Friday 19th of June

 Friday 19th of June

Good Morning Year 6

It's time for the answers from yesterday.

Tree Diagrams

Page 11 Number Tree

1 D

2 C

3 A

4 D

5 B

6 B

7 B

8 C

9 A

10 C

Page 12  - Three Stage Number Tree

1 E

2 A

3 G

4 H

5 C

6 F

7 D

8 B

Your numeracy today -  diagrams that I am sure you have seen before  - Venn diagrams. We have put a PowerPoint with it and a couple of sheets. Your sheets are trickier then the PowerPoint because you have three circles to manage. Answers will be posted on Monday. 

Venn diagrams sorting by shape.pdf

Page 15 Shoe Sort (2).jpg

Page 16 Health Survey (2).jpg

Literacy - Reading Comprehension

t2-ks2-martin-luther-king-differentiated-reading-comprehension.pdf

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level. 

Topic - Famous American

I have also chosen your PowerPoint on Martin Luther King as well. He was a very famous American who was a leader of the civil rights movement in America in the 1950's and 60's. You may have heard his name mentioned on the news with the campaign going on for racial equality. 

Martin-Luther-King-Jr-PowerPoint.pdf

Yoga Friday

Three more poses for you to do.

yoga-three-legged-dog-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-happy-baby-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-frog-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

Have a lovely weekend Year 6 and make sure you keep yourself safe.

More work on Monday.

Take care

 

 

 

Thursday 18th of June

Hi and you have made it to Thursday but did you get the right answers from yesterday. 

Page 7 Camping week

1 Rabbits, cooking, cleaning, bins, day off, collect wood

2 Squirrels

3 Tuesday

4 One

5 Badgers

6 Badgers, Rabbits

Page 8 Boys' names

1 David

2 1954

3 3rd

4 David, John, Michael

5 Both appear in first place

6 Robert,Stephen, Richard, Christopher, Thomas, Jack and Matthew

Numeracy 

Today we thought we would look at tree diagrams these are not just used in maths but in science as well. You have two number trees to work on and again the answers tomorrow. Make sure you look carefully at what you are being asked to do. 

Tree Diagrams (2).jpg

Page 12 Three Stage Number Tree (2).jpg

Literacy

For your literacy today we have some work on conjunctions and the answers are with it. 

fUsing-Different-Types-of-Conjunctions-Differentiated-Worksheets.pdf

Topic

 Your famous American today is Abraham Lincoln who was a President of America and there is a worksheet to go with it as well. 

abraham-lincoln-fast-facts.pdf

us-t-2549249-abraham-lincoln-main-idea-activity-sheet-english_ver_1.pdf

Deserts.

Yesterday was World Day to Combat Desertification and we thought you might like to read about deserts and maybe do some more of your own research. 

all-about-desert-habitats-powerpoint.pd

desert-animal-habitats-powerpoint.pdf

Have a lovely day Year 6.

 

 

Wednesday 17th of June

Good morning Year 6,

We hope that you are feeling good for some more.

Here are the answers from yesterday 

Page 3  - Train Timetable

1 11.50am

2 39 minutes

3 9 minutes

4 12.35pm

5 20 minutes

Page 4  - Play tents

1 Wigwam Play Tent

2 Igloo Camper Tent

3 Igloo Camper Tent and Adventure Tent

4 24p

5 Not waterproof and no groundsheet

Numeracy

Following on from working out displays yesterday we are going to look at tables and charts today. You will find them below and the answers will be posted on Thursday. 

Page 8 Boys' names (2).jpg

Camping week (2).jpg

Literacy

uks2-georgia-okeeffe-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity.pdf

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level. 

There are also some challenge cards below to do with SPaG so see if you can challenge yourself and complete them. I will put the answers on at the end of the week. 

Challenge Cards.pdf

Topic - Famous American

I have also chosen another artist today Georgia O'Keeffe as well because she is a very different artist from Roy Lichtenstein yesterday. She may well inspire you to do some drawing of flowers from your own garden. Please look at the photo pack and the drawing activity to help you.

Georgia OKeeffe Drawing Activity.pdf

Georgia OKeeffe Photopack.pdf

Hope you enjoy the work and have a brilliant day. 

Tuesday 16th of June

Hi Year 6,

We hope that you enjoyed the work from yesterday and that you managed to solve the maths mystery from yesterday. We have given you some data today to work out but not graphs but a train timetable and some play tents. We will put the answers on tomorrow so you can see how well you have done.

Numeracy

Page 3 Train Timetable.pdf

Page 4 Play Tents.pdf

Literacy

For your literacy today we have some spellings on a word search with answers and also some more SPaG as well.

year 5-6-Spelling List Wordsearch Tricky Ending.pdf

Year 6 spag activity Tuesday 16th of June with answers.pdf

Topic

The famous person today from America is a woman called Rosa Parks and she was a person who stood up for what was right and started the campaign for black people in America to have equality. This story comes from America in the 1950's.

rosa-parks-powerpoint.pdf

We have also chosen an artist called Roy Lichtenstein who was an artist inspired to do comic like drawings, hopefully he will inspire you we hope and we may see some of your creations. 

roy-lichtenstein-information-powerpoint.pdf

PE

Just some cards for you to be able to organise a at home sports day. 

-home-sports-day-task-cards.pdf

More work tomorrow - we hope you enjoy today's work. 

Take care

 

 

Monday 15th of June

Good Morning Year 6 and we do hope that you have had a lovely weekend and are ready to do some more work this week. 

We have some numeracy today, a maths mystery for you to solve (the answers are with it), some literacy  (some SPaG, a reading comprehension and some spellings) also looking at the topic you did on America. I thought this week would also look at some famous Americans and today we look at Neil Armstrong who was the first man on the moon. Your reading comprehension ties in well with this. 

Numeracy

uks2-the-mystery-of-the-brilliant-breakfast-maths-mystery-game- Monday 15h June.pdf

Literacy 

Yera 6 spag activity Monday 15th of June.pdf

uks2-50th-anniversary-of-the-moon-landing-news-report-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity-english_.pdf

year 5-6 Spelling List Word Search Initial Soun -Followed by Double Consonant.pdf

Topic - just to read but you could complete the task on one of the slides about Neil Armstrong.

 neil-armstrong -first man on the moon.pdf

Yoga Poses - a couple more for you to try.

yoga-three-legged-dog-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-warrior-ii-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

We hope you have a lovely day and enjoy completing the work. We would love to see it on the  teacher@email 

More work tomorrow. 

Take care.

Week 9  - Monday 8th of June  - Friday 12th of June

Friday 12th June

Good Morning Year 6 and I hope you are all well. 

Numeracy - Please find some sheets below for you to work through and the answers are with each sheet.

Mat 4 - Year 6 easier Friday 12th June.pdf

Mat 4 - Year 6 medium Friday 12th June.pdf

Mat 4 - Year 6 harder Friday 12th June.pdf

Literacy - Writing - There are ten different story settings here so you can really challenge yourself, by either choosing your 5 favourite settings and doing one a day or by doing all ten and doing two a day. We have also attached a word map with some words to inspire you with your vocabulary. We are sure you know some even better words!

story-settings-description-writing-frames.pdf

setting-description-senses-word-mat.pdf

Literacy --Your SPaG is some more activity sheets with the answers underneath.

Year 6 spag activity Friday 12th of June with answers.pdf

 Revision work - topic.Please find below  a PowerPoint about America which you can use just as revision from earlier in the year. This is all about the states in America and their capitals. Do you think you can find out anymore capitals and remember them?

all-about-states-and-capitals.pdf

Yoga Poses - 

Some yoga poses for you to practice. These are good for concentration or if you want to clear your mind. Thought you might like them for the weekend. 

yoga-snake-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-childs-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

 

Have a lovely weekend and keep yourselves safe. 

More work to be posted on Monday starting with a Monday mystery quiz for maths.

 

Thursday 11th of June

Good Morning Year 6 and I hope you are all feeling well. 

Numeracy - Please find some sheets below for you to work through and the answers are with each sheet.

Mat 3 - Year 6 easier Thursday 11th of June.pdf

Mat 3 - Year 6 medium Thursday 11th June .pdf

Mat 3 - Year 6 harder Thursday 11th June.pdf

Literacy - WritingThere are ten different story settings here so you can really challenge yourself, by either choosing your 5 favourite settings and doing one a day or by doing all ten and doing two a day. We have also attached a word map with some words to inspire you with your vocabulary. We are sure you know some even better words!

story-settings-description-writing-frames.pdf

setting-description-senses-word-mat.pdf

Literacy --Your SPaG is some more activity sheets with the answers underneath.

Year 6 spag activity Thursday 11th of June with answers.pdf

 Revision work - topic. - Please find below a PowerPoint about America which you can use just as revision from earlier in the year.

usa-information-powerpoint.pdf

Have a good day Year 6 and more work will be posted for you tomorrow. 

Take Care

 

Wednesday 10th of June

Numeracy - Please find some sheets below for you to work through and the answers are with each sheet.

Mat 2-Year 6 -easier Wednesday 10th June.pdf

Mat 2 - Year 6- Medium Wednseday 10th June.pdf

Mat 2 - Year 6 - HarderWednesday 10th June.pdf

Literacy - Writing - There are ten different story settings here so you can really challenge yourself, by either choosing your 5 favourite settings and doing one a day or by doing all ten and doing two a day. We have also attached a word map with some words to inspire you with your vocabulary. We are sure you know some even better words!

story-settings-description-writing-frames.pdf

setting-description-senses-word-mat.pdf

Literacy --Your SPaG is some more activity sheets with the answers underneath.

 Year 6 spag activity Wednesday 10th of June with answers.pdf

Word search - with the answers underneath

year 5-6 Spelling List Word Search Double Consonant.pdf

More work tomorrow Year 6. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

Take care

 

Monday 8th of June  - Friday 12th of June

Tuesday 9th of June

Numeracy - Please find some sheets below for you to work through and the answers are with each sheet.

Mat 1 - Summer 2 - easier.pdf

Mat 1 - Summer 2 - medium.pdf

Mat 1 - Summer 2 Harder.pdf

Literacy - Writing - There are ten different story settings here so you can really challenge yourself, by either choosing your 5 favourite settings and doing one a day or by doing all ten and doing two a day. We have also attached a word map with some words to inspire you with your vocabulary. We are sure you know some even better words!

story-settings-description-writing-frames.pdf

setting-description-senses-word-mat.pdf

Literacy --Your SPaG is some more activity sheets with the answers underneath.

Year 6 spag activity term Tuesday 9th of June.pdf

Spanish - You will find below some phrases here for you to practice  - you don't need to print it off just practice the phrases.

Basic-spanish-phrases.pdf

Yoga Poses - 

Some yoga poses for you to practice. These are good for concentration or if you want to clear your mind.

yoga-mountain-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-chair-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-elephant-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-rainbow-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-tree-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

 

 More work tomorrow Year 6. Have a terrific Tuesday!

 

Monday 8th of June

Good Morning Year 6, we hope you had a lovely weekend.

The work today - Today is World Oceans Day so your reading comprehension is based on that. We have also added a PowerPoint about oceans as well for you just to read.

oceans-of-the-world-facts-powerpoint.pdf

Literacy  -Reading Comprehension

world-oceans-day-reading-comprehension-activity.pdf

Differentiated with answers provided 

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

Literacy - Writing - There are ten different story settings here so you can really challenge yourself, by either choosing your 5 favourite settings and doing one a day or by doing all ten and doing two a day. We have also attached a word map with some words to inspire you with your vocabulary. We are sure you know some even better words!

story-settings-description-writing-frames.pdf

setting-description-senses-word-mat.pdf

Literacy  - SPAG - Your SPaG is some more activity sheets with the answers underneath.

Year 6 spag activity term Monday 8th June with answers.pdf

Maths - Is a mystery for you to solve with some codes.

t2-m-254mystery-of-the-locked-cupboard-place-value-maths-mystery-game.pdf

PE - Just some cards with some simple exercises on for you to do. Remember to warm up with some stretches first and keep yourself safe. 

pe-early-fitness-station-activity-cards-.pdf

More work will be posted tomorrow.

Take care 

Good Morning Year 6 and here is your work. Hope you had a lovely rest last week.

Week 8 - Literacy  -look at the link below and follow the activities. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z63ny9q

 

Week 8 -- Maths

Y6-Maths-Mat-1- Monday with answers.pdf

Y6-Maths-Mat-2-Tuesday with answers.pdf

Y6-Maths-Mat-3-Wednesday with answers.pdf

Y6-Maths-Mat-4-Thurdsay with answers.pdf

Y6-Maths-Mat-5-Friday with answers.pdf

balancing-equations.pdf

 balancing-equations.pdf

Week 8  - SPAG

t2-e-3496-year-6-summer-term-1-spag-activity - Monday with answers.pdf

t2-e-3496-year-6-summer-term-1-spag-activity-Tuesday with answers.pdf

t2-e-3496-year-6-summer-term-1-spag-activity-Wednesday with answers.pdf

t2-e-3496-year-6-summer-term-1-spag-activity-Thursday with answers.pdf

t2-e-3496-year-6-summer-term-1-spag-activity-Friday with answers.pdf

 

Week 8 - Reading Comprehension  - Captain Tom

captain-tom-moore-reading-comprehension-uks2.pdf

Differentiated with answers provided 

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

Week 7 - Literacy

 

Week 7 - Maths

 

Week 7 - SPAG

 

Week 7 - Reading - Differentiated with answers provided 

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

Fancy channelling your inner wizard whilst you're away from school? J.K.Rowling has just launched her Harry Potter hub where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied - including special contributions from Bloomsbury and Scholastic, nifty magical craft videos (teach your friends how to draw a Niffler!), fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more for first-time readers, as well as those already familiar with the wizarding world. 

https://www.wizardingworld.com/collections/harry-potter-at-home

On what should be the first day of the KS2 SATS, the Year 6 team would like to remind you all of exceptional work you have done this year. Although you haven't had the opportunity to showcase your knowledge in maths, SPAG and reading like previous Year 6 children, you have worked just as hard and you should be extremely proud of yourselves. We are all extremely proud of you and we cannot wait to see you all again.

We love seeing all the amazing and creative things everybody has been doing whilst away from school. This fantastic piece of art has come from Natalia Homenda and I'm sure everyone will agree on what a great painting this is.

Week 6 - Literacy

 

Week 6 - Maths

 

Week 6 - SPAG

 

Week 6 - Guided Reading - Differentiated with answers provided

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

Week 5 - Literacy

 

Week 5 - Maths

 

Week 5 - SPAG

 

Week 5 - Guided Reading - Differentiated with answers provided. 

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

FREE e-books *CLICK HERE*. Please click here to access a large range of high quality e-books suitable for a variety of ages. 

Anchor Creative Education.

George and Ed at Anchor Creative Education have made a wide range of resources available to children at Underwood West, whilst we are learning from home. Through their website, we are able to access a wide variety of songs and interactive power point presentations to progress our learning in spelling, punctuation and grammar.

 

To access these resources, head to  www.AnchorCreativeEducation.com

 Go to the bottom of the page and hit the HOME LEARNING button.

 Password – anchorhome

Week 4 - Literacy

               Letter example

 

Week 4 - Maths

 

Week 4 - Guided Reading - Differentiated with answers provided.

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

Week 3 - Literacy

                Differentiated Non-Chron example

 

Week 3 - Maths

 

Week 3 - Guided Reading - Differentiated with answers provided.

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

If you are having difficulty reading our fun Easter activities, please click the link below to download the word document.
If you are having difficulty reading our fun Easter activities, please click the link below to download the word document.

We love receiving updates on how you are all are getting on whilst home learning. We were delighted to receive this photo of Millie taking a much deserved break from her work, watching Frozen 2 whilst in her 'Wendy House'. It looks like great fun Millie and please remember to save us all some popcorn for when we are back in school. 

Please e-mail your photos and videos to; teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

RE

Please see the RE section in our year group to access your learning from home work, set by Mrs Chadwick.

To Year 6,

The entire Year 6 team are all missing you very much and hoping you’re all well and staying safe.

As we won’t be seeing you for a while, we would love for you to email us some of the lovely work you’ve been doing whilst you’ve been at home. Please email work, photos, pictures, crafts and anything else you’ve been getting up to! We would love to see!

Please send to:

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

Take care and we will see you soon.

From

The Year 6 Team.

Anchor Creative Education.

George and Ed at Anchor Creative Education have made a wide range of resources available to children at Underwood West, whilst we are learning from home. Through their website, we are able to access a wide variety of songs and interactive power point presentations to progress our learning in spelling, punctuation and grammar.

 

To access these resources, head to  www.AnchorCreativeEducation.com

 Go to the bottom of the page and hit the HOME LEARNING button.

 Password – anchorhome.

FREE e-books *CLICK HERE*. Please click here to access a large range of high quality e-books suitable for a variety of ages. 

Week 2 - Literacy

Diary example

      Blank IPEELL planning frame

Week 2 - Spag

Week 2 - Maths

Week 2 -Guided Reading - Differentiated with answers provided.

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level.

Week 1 - Literacy

Week 1 - SPAG

Week 1 - Maths - Monday

Week 1 - Maths - Tuesday

Week 1 - Maths - Wednesday

Week 1 - Maths - Thursday

Week 1 - Maths - Friday

Guided Reading - Differentiated with answers provided.

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level. 

To continue your Computing lessons at home, please click on the link below:

Click here

 

 Friday 19th of June

Good Morning Year 6

It's time for the answers from yesterday

Tree Diagrams

Page 11 Number Tree

1 D

2 C

3 A

4 D

5 B

6 B

7 B

8 C

9 A

10 C

Page 12  - Three Stage Number Tree

1 E

2 A

3 G

4 H

5 C

6 F

7 D

8 B

Your numeracy today are some diagrams that I am sure you have seen before  - Venn diagrams. We have put a PowerPoint with it and a couple more sheets. Your sheets are trickier then the PowerPoint because you have three circles to manage. Answers will be posted on Monday. 

Venn diagrams sorting by shape.pdf

Page 15 Shoe Sort (2).jpg

Page 16 Health Survey (2).jpg

Literacy

t2-ks2-martin-luther-king-differentiated-reading-comprehension.pdf

Our guided reading resources are differentiated 3 ways in order to cater for all learning needs. This differentiation is identifiable by the number of stars at the bottom of the page. 3 stars indicates that the text and the questioning provided is of the highest level. 1 star indicates that the text and the questions which accompany this are at the entry level. 

Topic - Famous American

I have also chosen your PowerPoint on Martin Luther King as well. He was a very famous American who was a leader of the civil rights movement in America in the 1950's and 60's. You may have heard his name mentioned on the news with the campaign going on for racial equality. 

Martin-Luther-King-Jr-PowerPoint.pdf

Yoga Friday

Three more poses for you to do.

yoga-three-legged-dog-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-happy-baby-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-frog-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

Have a lovely weekend Year 6 and make sure you keep yourself safe.

More work on Monday.

Take care