Good Morning Oberon!
I would like to say a huge thank you and well done to those children who completed their TTRockstars Studio sessions last week. I can now see a table of how quickly you answered the questions and how accurate you were; I am very proud to say that all of you who took part and did the ten sessions are getting faster and getting more correct answers!
Task 1: Spend ten minutes on TTRockstars
Task 2: Complete a page from your arithmetic booklet
Task 3: We are continuing our work on fractions, follow this link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/ to the same page as yesterday and watch the video for lesson 2. It looks like the image below. Today we are comparing and ordering fractions, using the same methods we learnt in class (finding a common multiple so that you can give the fractions you are comparing the same denominator).
Once you have watched the video, complete the pages below in your journal.
Practise your -cial and -tial words here: https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/33/38-Endings-which-sound-like-el
If you can't access the website, there are some ideas in the grid of ways that you can practise your spellings in your journal. Here is your word list:
Yesterday you started your Talk for Writing work on doors, with the aim of creating a portal story. Today I want you to think about what could be through the doors.
Here is the poem that inspired the task, being read by the poet himself:
Write a synopsis of the book you are reading, this will form the second paragraph of your review. You might want to write your review on paper/on it's own page in your book so that you can keep it all together as we will be building on it throughout the week. The synopsis should summarise the plot of the story without giving too much away (just like when we wrote film reviews after our trip to see Bumblebee). There is an example synopsis and a checklist for self assessment below:
Complete the lesson on the link below to revise your understanding of passive and active verbs.
Complete the investigation below