Word Work 2– these are your spellings for this week.
Games – these games will help you practise your spellings.
Grammar Games – Use these to practise your sentence work.
Punctuation Games – Use this to improve your punctuation.
Find out more about the Victorian diary series by visiting this interactive website. Try not to go too far ahead though, you’ll ruin the surprises!
Remember to practice your spellings and multiplications for this week. Use the web links on the year 6 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practice your skills. Homework is due in on Wednesday the 2nd of December.
Reading comprehension- answer the questions in your homework book. Provide full sentences.
Mr Cameron – Use the compact method of division to solve the challenge you feel comfortable with.
Miss Lynch – Name the 3d shapes and fill in the boxes to show how many edges, faces and vertices the shape has and what 2d shapes are required to make the 3d shape.
Look at the pictures from William Morris and sketch one on the blank page provided.
Please continue working on your science competition.
Remember to practice your spellings and multiplications for this week. Use the web links on the year 6 page for Numeracy and Literacy games to practice your skills. Homework is due in on Wednesday the 25th of November.
Write a variety of sentence types to help show off your skills. (Look at the examples)
Also please practice punctuating sentences using the game link on the school website.
Mr Cameron – Addition and subtraction problems. Bar model questions.
Miss Lynch – Covert improper fractions and mixed numbers. Add and subtract fractions. Be sure to look at the success criteria for each step.
Research some of the jobs Victorian children carried out. Use these website links as a starting point.
Please continue your design for the science competition.
Year 6 are investigating circuits, their components and what makes a circuit work or not. Use this activity to practise your knowledge of circuits!
Watch this short clip to find out about life during Victorian times for children in a workhouse