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Week 4 27.04.20

Flash back maths warm up Friday

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Friday 1st May

Joe Wicks – morning PE following his youtube channel OR Just Dance

Reading – Complete Questions on ‘The Olympic Games’ text Pages 10, 20, 21 , 33, 34, 40 (Q2), 43 (Q4 and 5)

Reasoning – page 27 and 28 – Decimals

Arithmetic – pages 28 and 29 – Adding and subtracting fractions

Grammar – pages 32 and 33 – full stops, capital letters, exclamation and question marks

Flash Back warm up

Flash Back warm up 1

Top tip for question 3 on Flash back warm up.

1.  First you need to convert the fractions to the same denominator by finding the lowest common multiple (you may have to only change one of the fractions)

2. Add the whole numbers together.

3.  Add the fractions (which are now in the same denomination). If this equals an improper fraction, you need to convert it back to a mixed number by seeing how many times the denominator goes into the numerator.

4. Add together the answers from step 2 and 3. 

Thursday 30th April

Joe Wicks – morning PE following his youtube channel OR Just Dance

Reading – Complete Questions on ‘The Olympic Games’ text Pages 10, 20, 21 , 33, 34, 40 (Q2), 43 (Q4 and 5)

Reasoning – pages 24, 25 and 26 – Fractions and Decimals

Arithmetic – pages 26 and 27 – Adding and subtracting fractions. Reminder: you need to covert them to the same denominator by finding the lowest common multiple.

Grammar – pages 22 and 23 – Expanded noun phrases

Flash Back warm up

Flash Back warm up 1

Wednesday 29th April

Joe Wicks – morning PE following his youtube channel OR Just Dance

Reading – Complete Questions on ‘The Olympic Games’ text Pages 10, 20, 21 , 33, 34, 40 (Q2), 43 (Q4 and 5)

Reasoning – pages 38 and 39 – Progress test 2

Arithmetic – pages 30, 31 and 32 – Multiplying fractions

Grammar – pages 34 and 35 – Brackets, dashes and commas

 

Geography - continue with your work on Raging Rivers, we look forward to seeing your finished pieces.

Flash Back warm up

Flash Back warm up 1

Tuesday 28th April

Joe Wicks – morning PE following his youtube channel OR Just Dance

Reading – Complete Questions on ‘The Olympic Games’ text Pages 10, 20, 21 , 33, 34, 40 (Q2), 43 (Q4 and 5)

Reasoning – pages 22 and 23 – Progress test 1

Arithmetic – pages 24 and 25 – Progress test 1

Grammar – pages 20 and 21 – Active and Passive Voice

 

Top tip: Passive sentences have your auxilary verb was/were and by or your can insert by aliens at the end and it still makes sense.

Example:

Active: The wind blew over the fence        Passive: The fence was blown over by the wind.

This Week's Learning Challenge: Raging Rivers

 

As part of our learning in Year 6 we find out all about rivers and mountains, including how they are formed, and then we learn about some of the world's largest rivers and mountains. 

 

This week your challenge is to create a presentation (you can choose how you present!) which explains:

- how rivers are formed

- the different parts of a river (and the specific names of these parts)

- why rivers are crucial to the environment and farming

- facts and information about one of the largest rivers in the world (you choose which interests you the most!)

 

Here are some resources to get you started: 

 

Rivers and the Water Cycle

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zb39jxs 

 

BBC Bitesize Rivers with Sue Venir

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z849q6f/articles/z7w8pg8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flash Back - Maths warm up

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Monday 27th April

Joe Wicks – morning PE following his youtube channel OR Just Dance

Reading – Complete Questions on ‘The Olympic Games’ text Pages 10, 20, 21 , 33, 34, 40 (Q2), 43 (Q4 and 5)

Reasoning – pages 29, 30 and 31 – Percentages

Arithmetic – pages 22 and 23 – Progress test 1

Grammar – pages 36 and 37 – Inverted Commas


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