# Year 6 Homework WB 4.12.15

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 9th of December.

Overview 4.12.15

Literacy

Write a newspaper report about something that has happened in the school. You can write about anything at all – Yes Yasmina, you can even write about unicorns!

(Remember to include all the features we have used in class)

Numeracy

Mr Cameron – Compare calculations using greater than, less than and equals to. Solve division word problems.

Miss Lynch – Find the area of cubes, cuboids and triangles.

(Look at the power point on the school website if you need help)

Miss Lynch’s Maths Set 4 12 15

Introduction to Area of Triangles

Art

Research toys used in the Victorian era and write a paragraph on your findings.

Competition

## 11 comments on “Year 6 Homework WB 4.12.15”

• Khai says:

Miss Lynch, i don’t understand the maths homework?

• Miss Lynch says:

I’ve given examples at the top of both pages to guide you (for surface area of a cuboid and the area of a triangle) . Follow these formulas to get you answer.

To get the surface area of a cube, multiply the width by length (to get the area of one square) and then times it by 6 to get the surface area (the area of the 6 squares that make up a cube).

• Khai says:

thanks

• Sofia says:

I don’t know what to write about for English

• Miss Lynch says:

I can be on anything at all! It can be a real story or you can make it up!

Make sure you include the features that we learned in class eg Headline, by-line etc..

• Sofia says:

Thank you

• Nicole says:

• Elsa says:

For science do we need to plan it or do we just do the application form

• Miss Lynch says:

The application form that I handed out.

• Nicole says:

Miss are the features headline ,byline, lead paragraph ,five w’s ,facts just facts, intrujuce speach, skip a line,speach marks,what happens next

• Miss Lynch says:

Well done Nicole! That’s exactly how it needs to be done!