Good Morning 6B
Hello, I hope that you have all had a lovely weekend. I learnt a fantastic card game this weekend called 'Irish Snap'. It is very similar to the version of 'Snap' that you will all know but with a slight twist. I have attached a copy of the rules below so that if you would like to, you can have a go at playing it with your families.
Suggested Timetable for Today
P.E: Joe Wicks/Go Noodle
Mini Maths: Read and Write Algebra
Reading & English: Holes Chapter 8 & 9 - VIPERS & English Task
Maths: Metric Measures
Spelling Shed: Challenge Words List 24
R.E - Muslim Birth Ceremonies & Naming Days
PSHE - What Positives Have Come From Lockdown?
P.E: Get yourselves warmed up for the day by completing Joe Wicks 30 minute morning workout by clicking here.
Not in the mood for Joe Wicks? You could always create your own indoor/outdoor circuit training or have a go at some of the GoNoodle dance routines by clicking here.
This week our Mini Maths focus is on 'algrebra'. Today's task is easier than you think - don't panic just because you have seen the word algebra. All it wants you to do is show each sentence as a sum.
For example: If the sentence said, "Nine more than X." We could write this as
x + 9
Reading & English: Please read Chapter 8 & 9 of Holes and answer the VIPER questions. I have also included a short writing task on the second page, which can be completed on paper or using the template on Purple Mash.
Maths: Unfortunately, given the current circumstances, we didn't get the opportunity to explore metric measures in a great amount of detail. We do however use them in everyday life so it is important that we have an understanding of the different measurements and how they can be used effectively.
We know that there are three different types of measure: mass, capacity and length.
Mass = how heavy something is (weight).
Capacity = how much liquid something can hold.
Length = how long something is.
Do your best to complete the activity sheet below. It may help to have a measuring jug, weighing scales and a ruler to hand to help you when estimating. If you don't have any of these things here are some estimated measures of household items to help you.
mug = 300 grams
A4 sheet of paper height = 30 cm Door height = 2 meters
Bottle of water = 500ml Washing up bowl = 8 - 10 litres
Spelling Shed: Please complete this weeks spelling list by downloading the sheet from below. Do not worry if you don't have a printer you can just practise this weeks spellings on a piece of paper.
R.E: Today we are going to be exploring 'Muslim Birth Ceremonies and Naming Days'. Everything you will need is attached in the files below.
Please do not feel that you have to print the templates out, you can very easily create your own with a piece of paper and a ruler - ink isn't cheap 6B.
PSHE: Today's activity involves reflecting over the past 11 weeks and thinking about how lockdown has positively impacted on YOU.
Take some time to think about each of the statements and ask some family members for help if you are finding it a challenge. Don't worry if you can't think of 6 for each statement.