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Home learning Friday 3rd April 2020

Easter Story

I thought you may wish to look at these with you children over Holy Week, and talk about the Easter story.

Hello Year Six.

 

Well done for your hard work this week, you have reached Friday - the last day of home learning until after the Easter break.

 

Home learning will officially begin again on Monday 20th April 2020.

Mathematics

Today is something you will all be delighted about: Roman numerals! We have only just covered this in class, so it should hopefully be fresh in your minds.

 

Use the following resources to help you before tackling the work.

How to Read Roman Numerals

Can you read Roman Numerals? This video shows you how! There are 7 Roman Numerals, and you combine them in groups to make the other numbers. Finally, you'll ...

Roman Numerals

Year Six: one of your favourite songs!

Choose from one of the following - or do both!
Here is your daily maths test:

Spelling

The spelling pattern for today is the 'shun' sound, which can be spelt in a number of ways. Read and look at the reminders below:

Grammar

 

Your task today is to consolidate some of the knowledge that you have revised this week and complete this grammar challenge. You are all grammar experts, so this will be no problem!

Do not forget that it is the last day to take on the Kahoot challenge. I am pleased to see that many of you have already attempted it, including such luminaries as Peppa Pig and the 'Shreksinator', you can join in too - find the link below:

Reading

Please do not forget your thirty minutes a day reading! You do not have long left in which to get your reading target - only two weeks. At the end of the day on Friday, we will be announcing the order of the classes - make sure that Year Six is high up in the rankings by getting your books read and quizzed on! Good luck Year Six!

RE – Lent / Easter

 

Please make sure that you complete you topic work for R.E. :

 

Why is Lent an important time in the liturgical year?

 

Answer this question by making links to what you know about this time of year and its importance. Read up about Lent at the link below:

The Lenten Season

What is the season of Lent? Why is it important? What is Ash Wednesday? What are we asked to do in Lent? Watch this to learn more!

Use these subheadings to help you in your work:

 

  • What is Lent?
  • Why is Lent important?
  • Think carefully and make links to your own experiences and understanding of the liturgical year

Scripture looked at in this unit so far:

 

Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.  All those the Father gives me will come to me, and whoever comes to me I will never drive away. I am the living bread that came down from heaven. Whoever eats this bread will live forever. This bread is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.” (John 6:35 37 51)

Special Easter Challenge!

 

As many people are stuck inside, they are finding peculiar things to do. An art museum in America, the Getty Museum in Los Angeles has challenged people to recreate famous paintings. Here are some examples:

Your challenge is, if you would like to, why do you not take up this challenge with your family over Easter? We would love to see your efforts!

Happy Easter!

 

Have a lovely Easter break - we look forward to beginning home learning again soon.

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