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Wednesday 13th May 2020

Good Morning 6B


I hope you are all keeping well.

A quick reminder, that if you want to enter the Art Competition, please make sure your entries are with me by Friday 15th May. Make sure your initials, age and school can be seen.


Suggested timetable for today:

Joe Wicks - 09:00 - 09:30

My Mini Maths - Arithmetic (5-10 mins)

Reading - DEAR (30 minutes)

SPAG - Identifying Verbs (30 mins)

Spelling Shed - 'ough' letter string (15 - 20 mins)

Maths - Problem Solving Powerpoint (30 mins)

Topic/Art - Greek Alphabet


Joe Wicks: Complete the Joe Wicks workout. You can catch it live everyday from 09:00 - 09:30 on YouTube by following the link here.


My Mini Maths:

You know the drill - complete the 8 questions set out across the two images.



















If you find any of the questions a little bit of a challenge or you can't remember the method required, please feel free to drop me a message either via SATs Companion or email and I will do my best to support you.


Reading: Take some time to enjoy a book of your choice. Get yourselves comfortable and make sure you have everything that you need. You can also use this time to complete any outstanding ZPD quizzes by clicking on the image below.

Well done to those of you who have completed quizzes in the last week:

Izzy F, Will & Jack!




SPAG: Yesterday, we looked at identifying nouns. Today we are going to be identifying verbs.

Log on to SATs Companion and watch the video on verbs before you complete the activity 'Identifying Verbs'. 

If you are unsure of anything at all, please feel free to message me.



Spelling Shed: Log on to Spelling Shed and complete the new list of 'ough' words, familiarise yourself with the different sounds 'ough' can make. Aim to reach Royal Bee status.


Why not message some friends and get them to go on at the same time and set up a hive game? 


Maths: Today would have been the reasoning paper so I thought I would set some problem solving activities.

Open the PowerPoint document below and see if you can solve both of the puzzles. You could use your orange books to show your working out.

Topic: The Greek alphabet only has 24 letters, which you can see in the image below.

The word alphabet comes from the two Greek letters alpha and beta.


You can find out about the history of the Greek alphabet and how to pronounce each of the letters by clicking here.


Open up the PowerPoint below and then have a go at completing the enclosed activities.