Wednesday: Active Party GAMES: Fill your 30 minutes active time with fun games for your family. You will need some loud music.
- Musical statues
- Musical bumps
- Musical chairs (ask adult permission before moving furniture!)
English - New Text Genre Focus - Information Report
This week we will be using the ideas and features from last week's information text on raven birds to create our own information reports on Wolves.
Lesson Focus - To write the third information paragraph about one aspect of the wolf; pack life, communicating, hunting, enemies of the wolf along with a fact file bullet point list to use in your wolf report.
Using the below power point slides, table sheet or a piece of paper to plan and write your third wolf report paragraph plus a wolf bullet point fact file box (see below video to explain the use of a colon and bullet points that you can use to list types of wolf, wolf prey etc)
Our Raven example text is below along with an example on wolves to help you.
Today we are starting our new domain - algebra. In this domain, we will look at finding rules, expressions, formulae and equations. Today we will start by finding one step rules. Watch the video below and then complete the questions on the sheet. Do questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. If you find these questions ok, then carry on with the rest of the sheet. If you find them tricky, then stop after question 6.
You don't need to print the sheet out, just write your answers onto a piece of paper, take a photo of them and upload them into our class Dojo account.
End of South America Y6 Knowledge/Recap Quiz.
Activity 1 - For the past 4/5 weeks we have been learning about the geographical features, landmarks and wildlife found in the continent of South America. Test your knowledge in 10 questions on our socrative quiz website below. You will get instant answer feedback and your results will be sent straight to Mr Elsworth. Will anyone get 10 out of 10?
To enter the quiz use the room code 71636B26 and don't forget to add your name before you start!
Activity 2 - Have you ever looked around our wonderful planet using google earth? Using the top left search option (magnifying glass icon) in google earth, let this amazing app zoom you from space to anywhere on the planet. Why not visit Blackpool Tower, The Great Wall of China, St Christopher's Primary School or even your own front door?
Once you are there, why not use the 2d or 3d option button in the bottom right corner to change your view and finally go down to street view by dragging the little man icon onto the blue highlighted areas on the map. South American famous landmarks google earth hunt below.
Google Earth Search Task - South American Famous Landmarks Hunt
Can you locate and see any of the following: