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CORE SUBJECTS HOME LEARNING PAGE
English, Maths, Science and R.E.
Activities for these subjects are linked from these pages.
You should try and do one English and one Maths activity each day as well as your daily reading.
There is a different subject each day to look at too.
I will also add resources but do what you can, when you can.
The Oak National Academy has been set up to provide a weekly programme of learning. It is three hours per day of English, Maths and a Foundation subject.
CHECK IN EACH DAY FOR IDEAS OF WHAT TO DO AT HOME
EMAIL ME WORK YOU WANT ME TO SEE OR MARK!
MUMS and DADS! I have made you a page of your own with all the answers on! CLICK HERE to access it.
Three things are really important in English - Reading comprehension, SPAG and Writing. Try to focus on ONE each day.
Read a great book for at least 20 minutes each day. You can log in to Accelerated Reader at home using the link below and your normal school username and password for accelerated reader to record your reading and take a short quiz about the book. There will be prize for anyone who passes a million words!
Have a go at the following reading comprehension. Remember - answer in sentences, neat handwriting, punctuation and PEE! (Point, Evidence, Explain) I shall put the answers on the parents page. These can be completed online and saved so there is no need to print.
Wk1: Healthy Eating
Wk2: Submerged city
WK1:BBC/ Oak Academy daily English activities
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SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar)
Here's some revision of colons and semi-colons and how they can be used within a sentence. Look out for them in your daily reading and see if you can identify their purpose. Watch the vid to revise their use. Its is probably best to watch a little part at a time and then practice.
Words of the week is in the file list. Keep up with spellings and vocabulary. A test each week or learning a new word each day would be a great way of doing this.
Try and complete the SPAG activities allocated on
Well done Anya and Joe, you have already completed many of these!
Week 1: Try the BBC or Oak Academy daily English Activities this week.
Have a look at 'Dragonworld'.
DO NOT try to do it all at once or in one day. Do a bit at a time and then continue the story last. Take a photo of your finished story and email it to me if you want a little feedback (will be looking at your handwriting!!!!). This should take a week, do a bit each day.
From 20/4/20 have a go at the Talk for Writing Home Learning Pack (linked below) there are some great activities to inspire writers reluctant or not!
Try to keep up with a SODA and word problems.
Up to 1hr a day-don't frazzle your mind, you need it!
Daily SODA just like the ones we do in class can be found on the following website: https://myminimaths.co.uk/year-6-mini-maths/
You have to click on the day for the SODA activities you are used too.
You have your practice books at home but if you are struggling with what to do the Text books (that we go through first in class) are now online on the website above. You have to make sure you click on the year 6 book and go through the pages first. You could do this online with a friend if it helps. Or email me and I can help.
There are also some maths experts (nearly as good as me:-) doing lessons on this site so you could watch these and then do the pages that match!
you should receive usernames and passwords to this via parent mail by Monday. I have set lots of work for you to do in your area.
USEFUL WEBSITES FOR CORE SUBJECT ACTIVITIES
Supporting websites to help with grammar:
Free home-learning packs:
In Twinkl’s case, they are offering a month of free “ultimate” membership to parents educating from home, which would allow you to download thousands of resources, ranging from handwriting, spelling, reading, maths, topic and much more - enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
These websites require you to register (for free) and provide free ebooks via their website or app.