Home Learning for week beginning 01/06/2020

Good Morning.  Welcome to June and Term 6!
I hope you all had a lovely break and managed to stay alert, by socially distancing yourself if you went out to the park or for daily exercise.

From now on, we will be publishing your home learning weekly.

Our topics this term are...
Olympics - Going for Gold
Fascinating Forces

Click here to see the topic overview.

We shall start this term with the Olympics topic.  This week:

1. Find out about the history of the Olympics. What are they? When did they start? How did they begin? Where did they start?
Create an information text about the Olympics. You can present it how you like: Poster, Fact File, Leaflet, Power Point etc.

2. Watch one of the following videos or all of them as they are only short.
Sport climbing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qyZidUllxE
Skateboarding - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0Bnn9IqSsE
Karate - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYYNqVL7sTY
Baseball & softball - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WC0bcMddzAU
What makes a good Olympic event?
Choose one of the events that you have just watched. Write a persuasive text to say why it should be in the Olympics, remember to write it in the first person and give reasons to justify your choice.

3. If it is possible, set up a mini Olympics in your garden or at the park, remembering to stay alert. How does it make you feel?
Have fun!



Here is your Literacy home learning for Term 6 Week 1.
We’ll be continuing to use Fiction Express and this week’s book is: Wolf War (reading level 3).

Write a prediction
Read chapter 1
Complete the online activities
Write a description of the wolf
Extension – think about and write a description of the most unusual/rare wild animal you’ve seen.

Read chapter 2
Complete the online activities
Peter had already phoned the RSPCA about a wolf sighting but they didn’t believe him. Write a letter from Peter to the RSPCA describing what he’s see of the wolf over the last two days and what they need to do. Research the RSPCA if you are unsure of their roles and responsibilities.

Read chapter 3
Complete the online activities
Why is the bearded man on their side? What can he do to help the children? Write a dialogue between the bearded man and the children about how and why he’s come to help.

Read chapter 4
Complete the online activities
Write to describe the fear Cooper and Nela would have been feeling as they watched Peter approach the giant wolf’s cage and type in the code to the key-pad.

Read chapter 5
Complete the online activities
Write a summary of the story in less than 50 words.
Extension – write a summary of the story in exactly; 30/20/10 words.
Write a book review

SPAG - please click on each day to access the home learning:

Monday  Year 5   Year 6

Tuesday   Year 5    Year 6

Wednesday   Year 5    Year 6

Thursday   Year 5    Year 6

Friday   Year 5    Year 6

MATHS - please click on each day to access the home learning:

Year 6 - Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

Monday Powerpoint

Monday Questions

Monday Answers

Tuesday Powerpoint

Tuesday Questions

Tuesday Answers

Wednesday Powerpoint

Wednesday Questions

Wednesday Answers

Thursday Powerpoint

Thursday Questions

Thursday Answers

Friday Maths Challenge.  Click here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/


Year 5 - Co-ordinates