Week beginning 22.6.20

On this page is a list of Home Learning Tasks that the children will be expected to complete during the week beginning 22nd June 2020.

PE - Each day, we are encouraging children to take part in the 'Exercise with Joe Wicks' activity on YouTube. This will allow the children to stay active, fit and healthy while not being able to do their usual two hours of high quality PE each week when at school.

This learning is the minimum expectation. If the children have other learning which interests them, you can also get them to complete it and sent to me in the Google Classroom or through email.

If you would like any information or need anything feel free to email me at Year6@moricetownprimary.co.uk

Maths Activities

Please find this week's maths resources for the week.

The link below will take you to the White Rose website. Here you will find useful teaching clips to support your child's learning - these sheets link to Summer Term Week 9. 

Write the answers to these either on sheets or in your exercise books.

All worksheets and answers for these lessons is provided in the Home Learning Packs.

 English Activities

The children will have to complete one writing task, one Spelling task, one Handwriting task, one SPAG task and one Reading task each week.

We will still be encouraging children to read on a daily basis, whether that's on their own, to a parent or to a sibling!

Writing Activities

To help with the writing process, we have created different activities for you to complete. Look at each of the sheets below in order. You don't need to print these off. Discuss them with your parents or write your responses in your workbook and use them to write your final story.

Science

Please visit the Science page where Mr Twynam has directed you to complete some Science related activities.

Just for Fun Activities

Just for Fun - We have put together a range of fun and engaging activities for you to complete. These are just ideas that provide the children with the opportunity to have fun while also learning some great life-skills such as baking. Here is the list of possible 'Just for Fun'  activities that could be enjoyed over then next few weeks. Don't forget to upload/send photographs to share your child's learning! Enjoy!

There are some useful links below for those of you that enjoy mindfulness colouring and music. 

Topic Work

Some of your 'Just for Fun' activities is to start gaining knowledge about this term's topic 'Our Changing World'. Below are resources to support you with these activities.