Daily Learning 04.06.20
Good Morning Year 6
Great job Jack, it's great to see you getting outside and exercising. The plants also look like they're doing well!
A well presented poster by Emma. Informative and engaging. Well done Emma!
Rhea's story map from yesterday's English task. Well done Rhea, I like how you've captured the different parts of the action.
Here's some more work from yesterday's activities from Beatrice and Harrison. Orin also sent some photos of the plants he has been growing over the last couple of months. Great effort, keep sending the photos of your work.
Nothing gets cheddar than this, its National Cheese Day!
Some of your illustrations yesterday were brie-illiant, if you didn’t send them in, make sure you do! The writing competition entries are now building up, but again, if you haven’t done one yet, you only have until next Friday.
Today you need to read the story starter and then respond to the following questions. You may not have the answers to all the questions, therefore you will need to use your creativity and imagination to complete the challenge. Remember, think Caerphilly!
We are progressing through our refresher on fractions this week and we now come to on to adding and subtracting fractions.
Here is a link to help you add fractions feta.
Now you know how to add fractions, here is your challenge for today.
There is a maths challenge attached below.
Please find your SPaG task attached below. The challenge is based on identifying main and subordinate clauses. There is a reminder of what these are on the challenge.
For Topic today we would like you to research how seeds are dispersed.
You can use these links below to assist you in your research. There is a table to fill out to summarise how different seeds are dispersed. You can choose which seeds to focus on.