Blended Home Learning Year 6
week beginning Monday 21st June, 2021
Home Learning wb Mon 21st June, 2021
Please find below links, worksheets and activities for those of you who are shielding or unable to be in school with us at the moment.
As usual, if you have any queries, then please email the Year 6 staff at the following email address:
A member of the Yr6 staff will try to respond to you as soon as we can. Please don't feel as though you need to photograph and send in all of your completed work, but it would be lovely to see at least 1 piece of your work that you feel particularly proud of each week.
Proof reading - Natural Curriculum - six-plumed bird of paradise
This week we are revising key areas from the KS2 curriculum. The PPT presentation contains daily calculations and rapid reasoning questions to tackle, before moving on to questions from the daily worksheets.
Maths Challenge by Choice Yr6
Below here you will find a variety of maths challenges to occupy you, should you choose. They vary in challenge, but should be accessible to everybody in Yr6.
We hope you enjoy trying to attempt, solve and answer them as much as I did finding them!
Open the daffodil dissection PDF below and follow the instructions on how to dissect and investigate a daffodil. At the end of the document there are some links to websites which will explain in more detail how to carry out your dissection. When yo have completed it produce a poster which includes a labelled diagram which explains the parts of the daffodil.
This is a 14 day challenge from Dream Big Sports. It has been scientifically proven that physical activity and exercise can have a positive effect on our mental health. This and many other well-documented benefits of physical activity are the main reasons Dream Big Sports feel it is vital your child continues to take part in physical activity whilst at home.
This diary contains one activity per day for a 14-day self-isolation period, in addition, there is also a cross-curricular
activity per day relating to core subjects such as English, Maths and Science.
If your child is in Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6) they should try to complete the activities individually but you could be on
hand should they need any support.
Towards the back of the diary, there is a page with additional activities called the ‘Wellbeing Wall’. This provides 14
additional activities to support your child’s wellbeing throughout the isolation period.
Finally, we have a bank of FREE activities and resources online that you can access by visiting www.dreambigsports.co.uk/stay-active-at-home.