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w/c Monday 22nd June

Here is this week’s Year 6 schedule for BBC Bitesize:

Check out the lessons for this week (week 9 – 22nd June) on Oak National Academy.

Oak National Academy

This week’s English learning is all about explanation texts. You’ll get to read different examples and identify their features before writing your own. The maths learning this on fractions and the equivalence between fractions, decimals and percentages. You can learn how to use solve problems involving percentages too. In science, you can learn what happens to particles during dissolving and in Spanish you will be taught how to give an opinion about where you live. If you’ve enjoyed learning how to create optical illusions, there’s another one for you this week - learn to create wiggly columns!

Favourites

Remember that the websites we have signposted you to previously will be continuing to add more learning opportunities. Choose the websites that work best for you!

All Home Lessons - I See Maths

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White Rose Maths

Click on the logo below to be taken to this week’s maths lessons. The worksheets you’ll need for your learning are attached at the bottom of this page. We’ve attached the answers too so that you can see how well you have done each day by marking your work.

White Rose Maths (@WhiteRoseMaths) | Twitter

Reading

2018 Mooreland Hill School Summer Reading Challenge — Mooreland ...

This week, we want you to enjoy spending time reading. You know that when you are at school, we expect you to read at home on a daily basis and we also have class reading lessons and opportunities for independent reading in school. This is because reading is such a vital life skill. Reading for pleasure regularly can lead to children being more successful at school. This week, we’d like you to take the opportunity to read with others in your homes. You could ask an older sibling or adult to read to you or you could read to a younger sibling. Take time to also enjoy reading independently. Reading can help you to relax and calm your mind. You can be taken to a different world! Reading can help to improve your vocabulary too as you will come across new and unfamiliar words. When you do, take time to discover what they mean.

Below are some activities to help you to engage and respond to the books that you are reading.

Through the keyholeKey Hole Transparent & PNG Clipart Free Download - YAWD

Choose a scene from the chapter or text you have read. Imagine you are peeping through a keyhole to catch a glimpse of the scene. Draw a sketch to show what you would see. Include the setting and characters. Could you convey atmosphere through your use of colours or by including telling objects or details?  Add labels to your sketch, taking phrases or words from the text as evidence. This evidence will show from where you have taken your ideas and justify the different aspects you have included in your sketch.

Comic Book Template | Comic book template, Comic strip template ...Comic strip

Identify the key events from the text you have read. Create a comic strip of these main events. Create your own comic artwork to represent what is happening during the key events. Insert text and dialogue to show how the story moves on and what the characters might say.

Roll the dice16mm White One Way Force Dice - Force Number 6 by PropDog

You will need a dice for this activity (you might have one as part of a board game that you could use). When you come across a new and unfamiliar word, roll a dice 3 times and complete the corresponding activities to help you understand and be able to use the word yourself:

1 – Write a synonym (a word with the same of a similar meaning) for your word

2 – Write an antonym (a word with opposite meaning) for your word

3 – Illustrate your word

4 – Use the word in a sentence of your own

5 – Act out your word to someone at home

6 – Create an alliteration (words beginning with the same letter) containing your word and 2 others

Character ranking

List all the characters from the text you have read and rank them according to different criteria. These could include most to least powerful, kindest to meanest or bravest to most scared, for example.

Thought bubbles

Write a thought bubble for a character at a chosen point in the text when they are not actually speaking. Describe their feelings relating to events and other characters at that point in the story.

CBBC Book Club

Check out the CBBC Book Club. You can get involved every Sunday by commenting about your favourite books, sharing drawings of your favourite characters or even book selfies. There’s questions and answers with famous authors, quizzes for you to try and lots more! Explore the CBBC Book Club by clicking on the link below:

CBBC - CBBC Book Club

Bitesize Daily: Book Club Lessons

You can find all of the Bitesize reading lessons together in one place. There’s a wide range of different texts for each year group. Enjoy!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf8djhv

Silly Squad: Summer Reading Challenge 2020

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The week's home learning is based on reading for pleasure and this is what the Summer Reading Challenge is all about so why not join in! This year the theme is: Silly Squad. It’s all about books, happiness and having a laugh.

‘The Silly Squad is a team of animal friends who love to go on adventures and get stuck in to all different kinds of funny books. This year, the challenge features extra special characters designed by award-winning author and illustrator Laura Ellen Anderson, who you'll know from amazing reads like Amelia Fang and Evil Emperor Penguin!’

You will need to ask an adult at home to sign up to the challenge online for you. It’s completely free and there’s an online platform with lots of activities quizzes and videos to keep you entertained. The online platform will also help you to set your own reading challenge to start now and complete over the summer and help you keep track of your books and unlock rewards as you read. Good luck!

Transition

Moving from Fairisle Junior School to your new secondary school will be an exciting time in your life, but for some of you it may also feel a little daunting. Find out more information about your new school by exploring the links below. If you’re feeling worried about anything, please talk to a trusted adult, and remember that if you are feeling this way, others will be feeling the same way too.

Starting Secondary School is a new campaign from BBC Bitesize, which is aimed at 10-12 year olds. Explore the link below where you will find useful and honest advice from children who have been in your shoes.

Transitioning to secondary school - BBC Teach

Oasis Transition Information:

Oasis Academy Lord's Hill - Oasis Community Learning

Mountbatten Transition Information:

Mr Stonehill will be the Head of Year 7 and alongside Miss Seward, the Deputy Head of Year, he has created a welcome video for you to watch.  To view the video please click on the logo below:

The Mountbatten School

Mr Stonehill has set a small challenge for the Year group and if you would like to submit your work it can be emailed to this address:

year6challenge@themountbattenschool.org

Romsey Transition Information:

The Romsey School - Home | Facebook

St George Transition Information:

Saint George Catholic College - Home | Facebook

https://www.stgcc.co.uk/page/?title=Transition&pid=24

St Anne’s Transition Information:

Case Study

https://www.st-annes.uk.com/web/year_7_getting_to_know_you/291202

Redbridge Transition Information:

Redbridge Community (@RedbridgeCS) | Twitter

Worksheets

Please find a new Home Learning Pack (Week 5) for this week. Remember to be the teacher and mark your work from last week to see how successful you have been – the answers are attached below.