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Week Beginning: 30-3-2020

 

Welcome to the Home Learning Area for Year 6. Below is a list of activities for your children to complete throughout the week, at their own leisure. 

The Home Learning Area will be updated for the start of every Monday and feedback will be provided on the tasks completed by the children.

Feel free to send any pictures or videos of the work and I will display them below.

Thank you very much for your co-operation during this time.

Mr Williams.  

 

Home Learning Tasks

 

MyMaths: https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

 

In the top left-hand corner select 'Curriculum for Wales'. Then, from the 'Library', choose 'Using Geometry Skills'. The select 'Movement'. I would like you to try, 'Y5 - Lines of symmetry' to recap previous work. Make sure you select the 'Lesson' first, this will help you understand the topic, before completing the 'Online Homework' task.

 

Once you have completed the first lesson, then try, 'Y6 - Rotation symmetry'. Make sure you select the 'Lesson' first, this will help you understand the topic, before completing the 'Online Homework' task.

 

Remember - You can retry the questions as many times as you want to try and improve your score. This is important as it will tell me if you have understood the task.

 

Don't forget there is also a selection of Maths websites on the Year 6 class page - click here to view.

 

Literacy: Plant Poems

 

Think about your learning on plants so far and write a plant based poem - you could focus on the appearance, description, colours, size, the life cycle, functions, etc. Don't forget to share your work with me, or even better, record yourself reading the poem and I can post it on the class page for others to see.

 

Giglets: https://giglets.com/ 

 

There are three books for you to choose from, you only have to choose two. Once you have read them carefully, complete the Higher Order Thinking Skills task and also the Reading Test Questions.

 

Book 1: The Magic Porridge Pot

Book 2: Dick Whittington and his Cat

Book 3: The Princess of Riddles

 

If you would like me to hear you reading, you could record a short video of yourself reading and share it with me on Hwb. I can then post it on the class page for others to see.

 

Topic Work: Planning an Allotment Science Experiment

 

Answer the following questions, step-by-step in order to create the plan for the science experiment. It is up to you if you wish to carry out the experiment. Send me evidence of your plans by email - you can present the work in any way you want e.g. Word Document, PowerPoint, Video. Please email me any queries you have.

 

Enquiry title: Does the type of liquid given to a seed effect plant growth?

Questions:

1) Research: What is needed for plants to grow?

2) Method: How will you carry out the experiment? 

- Explain the process step-by-step:

- What equipment will you use?

- What type of seeds will you use? Will they be the same? Why?

- What liquids will you use? How much will you use? (e.g. 50ml water, 50ml of coke, etc)

- How long will you leave the seeds to grow? How often will you check?

- How will you record your results?

3) Predict: Based on your research, what do you think the best liquid is for plant growth? Why?

4) Success Criteria: What will you need to think about for this enquiry to work? Give reasons why

 

 

Spellings: https://www.llangyfelachprimaryschool.co.uk/test-date-3-4-20/ 

 

Your spelling words are available for you to learn - a family member could test you on Friday.

You could also complete the activities from Friday's Spelling lesson - sentences, definitions and 'words within words'. Don't forget to share your work with me.

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