Hello Year 6!
We hope you have all had a lovely weekend and that you are ready for another super week of learning.
Remember, you should still be in a routine, just like you would be in school. Keep to your normal bed time and get up at the same time you would if you were in school.
This week, if you haven't already, please download Microsoft Teams on to your device as next week you will be having online live lessons, how exciting!
To start your Monday, it is SPaG and today we are looking at your new spellings for this week.
Watch the learning video below and complete the definitions for your spelling words with an 'o' sound spelt 'ou' or 'ow'.
Next, it is Reading and today you will reading the text, 'The Statue'.
Watch the learning video below and answer the SATs style questions.
To build on our reading skills, you are now going to read Chapter 3 of War Horse and answer the reading into writing questions below.
For today's English lesson, we are looking at a new genre of writing, a discursive argument.
Watch the learning video below and complete the task.
Time for a break! Enjoy a healthy snack and a drink.
Take some time to do what you find relaxing, read a book, listen to some music or have a run around in the garden!
After your 15 minutes break, it is now time for Maths.
This week, we are learning about percentages. Watch the learning video below and complete the tasks.
Today, we would like you to complete your times tables test.
It has been a couple of weeks since you last completed it so we want to see how you are getting on with your times tables!
You should practise your times tables for 10 minutes every night, this will really help your knowledge!
You should know what sheet you are on but if you have forgotten, just ask your teacher!
Enjoy a tasty lunch and remember to keep hydrated too!
Take time away from your device and give your eyes a rest.
Today, for mindfulness, we would like you to think of five things that you are grateful for.
Spend this time to really think about what you are grateful for.
Each and every day, things happen that we don't always pay attention to. Sometimes, these are the most important things we should be grateful for.
This afternoon is your Science lesson, all about light!
To end your day, here's a story read by the marvellous David Attenborough, enjoy!