Welcome to Sycamore's Learning Page. Please check the activities set on a daily basis and enjoy your home learning!
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Thank you Layla for your fantastic narrative Well Done Danny! Amazing story writing with a great plot and brilliant use of language. Great work Janak for keeping up with the home learning tasks. Thank you Ryan for your amazing poem!
Challenge yourself to hit the question mixed number activity. Miss Jefferies' score - 30/30
English: Following on from the biography work in class, research a famous author and find out 3 facts about them.
Reading: Write a prediction for Holes. What do you think will happen to Stanley and Zero next? Will they find someone to keep them safe? Will the warden locate them?
Maths: log on to your Mathletics account and complete all activities set. If you need support with adding and subtracting decimals khanacademy.org have plenty of online tutorials that will help you!
Practise ordering numbers Ordering Numbers (Home Learning)
English: Look at the front cover of 'How to Live Forever'. How to live forever (Home Learning) Explore all the different ways this story might start and end. Write your own narrative and work on it over a few days to edit and improve parts. Think about your success criteria and vocabulary choices. If you can, send them to the above email address as it would be great to read them :-)
Science: Read the information on peppered moths Peppered Moths Design your own moth that can camouflage into its surroundings Activity Create a fact file on Charles Darwin Charles Darwin Information Sheet What new fact did you learn?
English: Start your own diary. This could include pictures and interviews with other family members about their thoughts and feelings as well as your own.
Maths: Practise your multiplication Multiplication-Practice-Questions-Year-6 Answers included at the end of the document.
Maths: Work through the following activities and then check your answers.
If you need support, access learning videos at whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/Year-6
PE: Check out Joe Wick's daily fitness activities - even I've been doing them! :-) youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8
Design your own circuits activity and ask the family to join in. If you have a skipping rope, practise your skipping skills and speed.
English: Visit the www.literacyshed.com
Choose one of the videos and turn it into a storyboard with pictures and short sentences.
Maths: Read through the power point to refresh your learning on BODMAS. Order of Operations
Complete the activities Order of Operations - questions
Computing: Complete all activities on Interland including Reality River
Geography: Create a map of your local area. Include key geographical features, six-figure grid referencing and a key.
English: Work through the activity sheet Metaphors to familiarise yourself with metaphors.
Tuesday is a book written by David Wiesner. Watch it in motion using the link literacyshed.com/the-picture-book-shed.html
Use this story as inspiration for your writing. You could retell the story in your own words as a narrative, write a newspaper article reporting the sighting of the flying frogs, create a non-chronological report all about frogs or another animal that you find interesting, or even write your own poem that describes the flight of the frogs on their nightly adventure. It would be lovely to read some during the week.
Maths: Think back to the strategies we have been learning in our problem solving sessions and in particular the working backwards strategy. Here are some problems to try. Working Backwards Level 1 Working Backwards Level 2 Working Backwards Level 3
Science: Read through the presentation of Charles Darwin's discovery of finches whilst on his voyage to the Galapogos Islands. Presentation If possible, complete the practical activity using different objects around the home. Activity You could look for small stones or gravel in the garden instead of millions, or pieces of rice. Adapt the activity where possible if you can. Here is further activity for you to complete Next Step
Project Part 1: Try and create your own theme park. Read through the power point and activity sheets to start your project. Theme Park Presentation This can be an ongoing task for you to complete over the next few weeks :-) Building a Budget Activity Sheet First Draft Map Activity Sheet