Here’re the maths videos for Wednesday’s arithmetic and reasoning.
Here’s today’s story time for you all.
I am hopeful we’ll be able to finish Kensuke’s Kingdom this week! It’s such a fantastic tale: sharing it with Year 6 is, quite honestly, a top highlight of each year. Just got goosebumps thinking about it!
Here’s the review of Tuesday 22nd September arithmetic questions:
I hope you’ve had a lovely weekend.
For most of you, Monday will be the last day of home learning before we return to school after our isolation. Firstly, another but still massive well done for your hard work, resilience and positivity in what has been a strange time. Like I said earlier, it felt like we’d settled into a great routine in the first few weeks of Year 6 only to have to pack up and head home again. Fingers crossed that we stay in school now without interruption, and that we are all safe, healthy and well in the weeks and months ahead.
There are some extra video links in today’s pack, so make sure you access them for your teaching input. Scroll down on the blog below this post for the maths videos (there’s also an arithmetic lesson fo ryou to join in with that I’d like you to follow along with).
FInally, we want to say how much we are looking forward to seeing you back bright and early on Tuesday. Don’t forget to wear your PE kit!
Love and best wishes,
Mr A, Mrs C and Miss D xx
|Maths||Reading||Writing and SPaG||Wider Curriculum|
|We’ll continue to hone and perfect our addition and subtraction skills. Recap your learning so far to remind you how, then practise by applying your skills to problem solving.||Read your own book for 15 mins each day (like ERIC time).
Complete the Professor Pattern Sniffer and Golden Retriever questions about Earthquakes.
|Writing -TOOLKIT 4 – WALT use expanded noun phrases.
Recap on expanded noun phrases using the video link, and then complete the activities.
SPaG – Relative clauses.
|As Geographers, WALT explore the causes and effects of climate change.|
Here is the link to Monday’s home learning.
Here are the maths videos you need for today’s home learning.
First, an arithmetic lesson by me for you to join in with. We’ll learn how to add and subtract fractions, which builds nicely on the multiplication and division of fractions we’ve been practising.
Arithmetic Review: follow along to check through your calculations. Feel free to skip to the ones you’re not sure about after checking your answers using the answer sheet in the pack.
And here’s the maths lesson video from White Rose Maths. It’s a recap of the addition and subtraction strategies you’ve learnt so far, so that back in the classroom, we can crack on with our current learning journey.
Well done on another brilliant week! You are all working so hard!
For your homework this week, you need to read with an adult three times and complete the maths sheets attached here.
Have a lovely weekend!
Miss Cooper, Mr Beard and Miss Ellis x
Welcome to your class blog. Each Friday, your homework will be uploaded to the blog, and you will complete this in your homework book (where applicable). Your homework book does not need to come in to school, your adults at home will let us know when you have completed it.
This week, we would like you to do the following:
Please play 10 x minutes daily. Aim to work through the automated levels by playing the Garage games.
TTRS Parent help :Parent letter
Log in to Spelling Shed.
(Y4R have got their passwords in their homework books. Y4D have been given their passwords today).
We will set an assignment to play based on spellings we have learnt in school.
Spelling Shed parent help: SS Parent Guide
Everyone has been given the opportunity to borrow a book from school, but please do let your class teacher know if you do not have one on Monday. Please make sure you are reading daily; this could be to an adult or to yourself.
This is your topic homework for this half term; choose the tasks that interest you most. You are not expected to complete a task every week (unless you want to), some will take a little longer. Aim to complete a piece of topic homework every 2 weeks.
Have a fantastic weekend, we look forward to seeing you again on Monday!
Miss Castle and Miss Carline
email@example.com (Y4 Dahl)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Y4 Rowling)
Here’s story time for today, Friday 18th September.
Please click on the link below to access the PDF document for this week’s homework.
It includes some add and subtract worded problems as we recapped these skills last week along with a list of spelling words following the ‘shus’ sound (more info on the doc)
Mr Cooper 🙂
We’ve made it to Friday! A big well done to everyone for your hard work and positivity this week.
We’re all set to be back in the classroom together on Tuesday, so we’ll upload your home learning for Monday as a single pack.
Have a LOVELY weekend (and remember, we’re here to help if you need anything before our return to school).
Mr A x
On the reasoning, try the Flashback 4 if you fancy, but feel free to skip to the main lesson. You’ll need to pause the video early on to try question 1 (make sure you do- it’s all part of the plan!).