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Spring Term Wk4 25.1.21

Coming soon! A screenshot of the DOJOS for Spruce and Holly so you can see how you are getting on - keep the work coming in to keep your Dojo score going up! 

Here is your timetable for this week (beginning Monday 25th January). Scroll down to find each day's lesson.

We wanted to make it really clear for you what work you need to send in for us to look at and mark. Some of the smaller tasks you can make notes or jottings of or the answers are given to you on the videos so you do not need to send these in. Below is a timetable for the week of the work we would definitely like to see. Please send this into the Year 6 email address at yr6@henleygreen.coventry.sch.uk

Day of the week

Work to be sent in

Monday

Maths – send picture of work

Topic – send in the different time zones you have found of African countries.

Tuesday

Maths - exit quiz scores

PAL Maths

Science – send it ‘match’ sheet for marking

Wednesday

Maths – send picture of work

English - send in edited paragraphs from non-chronological report

Thursday

Maths – exit quiz scores.

PAL Maths

Friday

Maths – arithmetic (we will put the answers up on Monday 1st Feb so you can mark it yourself and then send in your scores)

Reading – send in your answers to the questions on Mary Anning.

If you would like to also send in a picture of your Outdoor Learning gratitude jar. You do not need to send it on Thursday - just when you have finished it. 

MONDAY

MATHS

 

 

Click on the WALT above and watch the lesson and complete the activity below. Write the calculation and the answers in your book. Send a copy of your work in.

You could watch this BBC Bitesize clip too: What is the perimeter? - BBC Bitesize 

RED GROUP watch the lesson and complete this activity below. Write the calculation and the answers in your book. Send a copy of your work in.

READING

If you were supposed to be in school today, you can access your learning by clicking on the WALT below. The book you will be looking at this week is called 'Mirror'.

 

Everybody else, you will have done this, so ignore this and move on to the WALT below about the book 'Mary Anning'

Mary Anning – VIP History

This week we are exploring a famous female called Mary Anning. Work through the lessons each day and complete the short tasks in the videos. On Friday, complete the video lesson and then answer the questions for your group below. Please send in your answers to the work on Friday to be marked.  

ENGLISH

If you are supposed to be in school today (class based) you can access your English lesson today by clicking on the link below (it says 'lesson for class based children). Do as much as you can and bring what you have done into school tomorrow. If you want to look at the video lesson that everyone else is doing today you can, as it might give you extra help, but you do not have to. 

Everyone else should just ignore this and the link below and follow the instructions after the link in black writing.

This week you will be writing your non-chronological report in stages, using all the notes you have made over the last two weeks. You can see in the link below the learning journey for the week.

On Wednesday you will edit and improve your work from Monday and Tuesday and when you have done this you should send this to your teacher by email. You do not need to submit work on any other day but you will need to complete all tasks to help you with your final report.

Click on the WALTs each day to take you to the video lesson and do the tasks throughout the video.

WALT - write the opening paragraph of a non-chronological report

TOPIC (Geography)

WALT: investigate places (time zones)

Watch the video by clicking on the link below. Email your answers to the time zone questions so it can be marked.

TUESDAY
MATHS

WALT: calculate perimeter of rectilinear shape

Click on the WALT and watch the lesson, complete the task in your book. Complete the exit quiz, email in your work and your quiz score.  

RED GROUP watch the lesson and do this task.

READING
ENGLISH
PAL FACTS

RED GROUP COMPLETE PAL 4:2 FACTS

SCIENCE

WALT: explain how living things are classified using the Linnaean system (continued).

We are continuing this week with understanding how living things are classified. It is very important that you have watched the Oak Academy video from last week’s Home Learning page first, which explains the Linnaean system. Here is the link:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/classification-ccup2c?step=1&activity=video

Now you will need to research the Latin names for some animals. Look at the image below or open the document below. You need to match up the Latin name to the English name. Use the internet to find out which matches which. TIP: It is easier if you put in the Latin name into your search engine rather than the English word. If you have a printer, print off and draw straight lines between the names. If you don’t, write the names in your book. Email your answers to the Y6 email address so it can be marked.

EXTRA ACTIVITY:

Create a fact file for one of these animals. Research some facts and include its Latin name of course! You could try drawing it too. Email in your work to show us if you're proud of your work and Dojos will be on your way!

 

 

WEDNESDAY
MATHS

WALT: calculate the area of rectangles

Click on the WALT and watch the lesson. The task is this lesson needs two dice and squared paper, if you haven’t got that go straight to the task below. Email in a copy of your work, including the calculations.

 

If you need a reminder how to do long multiplication, Miss Nicholson has put some videos together on the main year 6 page to help you.  

RED GROUP watch the lesson and do this task.

READING
ENGLISH

WALT - edit and improve the opening and appearance paragraphs

Please send in your neat copies of your edited paragraphs to be marked today.

PE

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

Copy and paste the above link to take you to Joe Wicks.

THURSDAY
MATHS

WALT: calculate the area of rectilinear shapes

Click on the WALT and watch the lesson, complete the task in your book. Complete the exit quiz, email in your work and your quiz score. 

RED GROUP watch this BBC Bitesize clip

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjbg87h/articles/zwqt6fr

then complete the activity below:

READING
ENGLISH
PAL CHALLENGE

RED GROUP COMPLETE PAL 4:2 CHALLENGE

PDF copies of PAL Challenges here

OUTDOOR LEARNING
This week for your Outdoor Learning you can make a .....gratitude jar. Gratitude basically means something you are grateful or glad about. Starting a Gratitude Jar is one of the most powerful things you can do to create huge positive changes within your life. 

Focusing on what you have to be grateful for forces you to not only become a more positive person—but also lowers your stress, gives you more energy and helps you sleep better.

Gratitude is like a miracle vitamin for your mind, body, and soul and is one of the easiest self-care habits to practice each day.

It’s also completely free, so there’s no excuse not to do it. ๐Ÿ˜Š

Watch the video on the Primary Forest School Facebook page or follow these instructions below:

1) Find an old jam jar or container. 

2) When you go outside collect some natural items you find in your garden or a walk you may go on with your family. 

3) Place an item in the jar and as you place them in the jar you say what you are grateful for.

(You can incorporate a bit of mindfulness and use your senses as you place them in your jar - how do they feel? what do they smell like?)

4) You can decorate your jar and keep adding to it with all the things you are grateful for. 

 

Sorry the Loom below does not seem to be working - please try to the link above but check with an adult first as it is a video through Facebook. 
FRIDAY

TTRS

https://ttrockstars.com/

Copy and paste the above link to take you to Times Tables Rock Stars.

Will you get a shout out on Friday?

MATHS

Key skills Arithmetic Paper. 

Watch this clip first to remind you what to do when there are brackets in the calculation:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb48d6f  

Red Group complete this test:

READING

W.A.L.T - Make inferences and answer questions

Complete the video lesson and then answer the questions for your group below. Please send in your answers to the work on Friday to be marked.  

COPY OF MARY ANNING TEXT TO SUPPORT ANSWERING QUESTIONS

RE

WALT: understand how mosques express Islamic beliefs and values.

Watch this video and complete the tasks in your book under the date and WALT. You do not need to email in this work this week.

Spellings

 

Don’t forget to practise your spellings throughout the week.  They are attached below.

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