Wednesday 25th March 2020

 

Y6

In your ‘10 for 10 booklets’, complete day three of reading, arithmetic, reasoning and GPaS.

Writing:

In your English book, edit and improve the short story you created yesterday, making sure you have included the features from the Year 6 writing success criteria (available on the Class 1 'Home Learning' home page)

Topic - See below

 

Y5

Maths:

Complete one round of ‘Times Table Rock Stars’ and then choose and complete either the developing, expected or greater depth section of the volume reasoning and problem solving document uploaded below in your maths book.  Make sure you challenge yourself.  Remember the short date and title: Volume - Reasoning and Problem Solving

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Reading:

The Butterfly Lion - Re-read the beginning of the Butterfly Lion and in your English book, write an alternative opening to the story you are reading. What else ‘could’ have happened, knowing what you know now?  Remember to use the Year 5 writing success criteria from the Class 1 'Home Learning' home page to help you.

 

Writing:

In your English book, edit and improve the short story you created yesterday, making sure you have included the features from the Year 5 writing success criteria (available on the Class 1 'Home Learning' home page)

 

Y5 and Y6 Topic

Continue with the  ‘Environmental Issue’ project, which you started yesterday,  Remember you have until Friday to complete your project.

Choose an environmental issue e.g. endangered animals, pollution, climate change, deforestation etc.

Research and make notes about your chosen environmental issue in your jotter. Read widely, using a range of different sources to find your information. Remember to write the long date and the title: Environmental Issue. Then write your chosen environmental issue as your sub heading and underline.

Once you think you have enough notes, decide on an effective way of presenting your information. This could be an information text, PowerPoint, poem, story, persuasive argument, debate, 3D sculpture etc. The more creative/inventive the better! Remember it needs to inform or persuade.

I would love to see some of your creations at the end of the week, so email them (if they are electronic) or take a photo and email them to headteacher@netherseal.derbyshire.sch.uk. Please put ‘Environmental Work for Miss Halsey’ as the subject.