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Year 6: Home Learning: Monday 6th September.

This is a surprise! Annoying too because it is just when we're getting back into school but it can't be helped. Don't worry if your parents can't help today or you don't have a P.C., we'll catch up later this week with what we were going to do in class. In Year 6, we do a lot of swapping our learning tasks around and changing things - and covering things from last year. We're experts at it.

So here are some tasks to be getting on with today.

 

Maths:

We have our times table test this Friday so spend some time speeding up your instant recall. If someone is there to give you test too - great. Can you remember your log on to TTRockstars? Log on and get cracking if you have a PC available. But simply writing them down is great anyway. Try the tougher ones (7, 8 and 9s) that you don't know as well.

 

English:

You all have your new reading books - read away. And don't forget to log any pages and books in your journal. Spend some time on your spellings too. But remember - keep checking you're still spelling them correctly as you go along. Also, can you remember your log on to SPAG.com? Check that you can still log on.

 

Smile Mile:

Yes, we are doing the Smile Mile on Mondays. So get yourself out and about if you can. If not, get out in the garden and do some running around there.

 

Afternoon: 

Our new topic this term is the Shang Dynasty of China. So if you have a P.C. or tablet you could do a little research on modern day China. For example: where the country is, the people, food, tourist attractions, etc. Write things down if you want or just remember them.

Another think to look at is our science topic - plants. So if you have a plain piece of paper and a pencil (colour if you want) draw a close up picture of a flower. The more detail the better. Can you name the different parts of a plan and a flower?

 

And that's it for today. Have a great day and don't get hassled and worried about all this. Like I said - Year 6 are experts in getting everything done. One missed day is 'no problemo'!

See you in the morning.

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