# Year 6 Homework

## Week 12: 30 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 29 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Tuesday, Y6!

There’s an extra task I’d like you to do this week so I’ll keep reminding you each day. It’s completely optional but it’d be amazing if we could get everyone in Moortown’s class of 2020 to take part… hint hint!!!

I’d like you to film a short clip of yourself describing a favourite memory from primary school. It could be a sports day, an in joke from class or a funny Y4 residential memory.  Get thinking!

If you want to, I’d also like you to add why you’re proud of yourself/why it’s awesome to be you and what you want to be when you grow up.

Send your videos (they can be separate but no longer than 30 – 60 seconds) to my email address:

[email protected]

Thanks, guys! Now on with today’s tasks…

Maths – LO: line graphs

Today, we’re going to start a unit of learning all about statistics.

Join me by clicking here!

Today’s task is to use this version of FirstNews in order to have a go at this quiz! The quiz involves seven parts of retrieval style questions:
A) Words
B) Pictures
C) Person
D) Object
E) Place
F) Statistics

You need to use your scanning skills to quickly find either the key information or the pictures!

The answers can be found in red below – don’t check them until you’ve given the quiz your best shot!
As always, send me an email if you need any help/have any questions!

Writing – LO: Romeo & Juliet

Today, we learn about William Shakespeare and one of his most famous plays.

Everyone must read the website, watch the videos and complete activity one.

Then, you must choose whether to complete activity two (a script) or activity three (a newspaper article).

Today’s task shouldn’t take you less than 45 minutes – it’s one to sink your teeth into 😀

## Week 12: 29 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 28 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Monday, everyone!

If you haven’t already, check out our Moortown music video where we send you a very important message!

Maths – LO: angles in quadrilaterals

We continue our learning about angles in shapes. On this website, go to Summer Term – Week 2 (w/c 27th April) and click on the video for lesson one.

Your task today is to complete eight word studies for words within this extract of ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’. Click here for the extract and here for your task!
Music – LO: pulse and rhythm
Today, we’re going to sing and clap to the pulse and rhythm of a variety of different musical examples.
Challenge
Film yourself clapping or singing to the rhythm of your own music and email it to us! It could even be your own music from an app like garage band.

## 26 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 25 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Happy Friday, everyone.

Hope you’ve managed to enjoy the sun safely and have some lovely plans for the weekend!

Maths – LO: find missing angles

Today, we put this week’s learning into action and find missing angles in triangles. Click here to begin.
Challenge
1 and 2
Reading  – LO: summarise a text
Today, we would like you to attempt the infamous ERM challenge! Your task is to read this text, and then summarise it without saying ERM!
to either summarise it to someone in your household whilst trying your best not saying ERM. Members of your household could also give it a go, too!
OR
If it is feasible, you could send a video to your teacher with your attempt(s)!
In books: summarise the text in 20, 10, 5 and 1 word!
Have fun!

After the success of Defenders of Mathematica, I thought I’d do an investigation into what other games we could play.
Introducing Earth Squad! This game is similar to DoM but instead of maths, you must test your scientific knowledge of animals, plants and the human body as you explore some of the world’s most interesting habitats.
Your task is to reach at least level Ace on two habitats. Go for Pro if you like! Go for all three if you’re up for it!!
Send me a picture of your character and any special items you have accrued.

## 25 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 24 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Once you’ve finished, have a go at a times tables challenge on this section of the website. Send me your score /60 or how long it took you to complete!
Reading – LO: understand and draw a setting description
Spanish – LO: introducing yourself

Today, we return to learning Spanish and how to greet people, plus how to say your name and age.

Challenge
Draw a comic strip or write a play script for two people speaking in Spanish about their name, age, the alphabet and numbers to ten!

## 24 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 23 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Wednesday, Y6!

Maths – LO: classifying triangles

Today, we continue our recap of/learning about angles and use that knowledge to put triangles into groups.
Art – LO: The Circle Challenge

How many circular objects can you think of? You will use your imagination and creativity to beat this challenge!
We would love to see your creative efforts – keep your eyes peeled for the best ones on class news!

Reading page 1 and 2 of this week’s FirstNews, we’d like you to answer the following Kahoot by clicking here.
As always, send in a quick email to let me know how you did.

## 23 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 22 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Maths – LO: angles

We will use algebra and bar models to calculate missing angles.
As always, send in a quick email to let me know how you did.

Send a quick email to show a fact or piece of information you’ve learnt.

Science – LO: animal kingdoms

Send a quick email to show a fact or piece of information you’ve learnt.

## 22 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 21 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Happy Monday, Y6!
I hope your weekend was relaxing and enjoyable. I can’t believe how quickly time is flying by. You’re nearly at high school – whaaaaat!!

Maths – LO: scale factors

Challenge
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Reading – LO: give a personal point of view

We would love to know what book you are reading at the minute! With that being said, your task today is to give a personal point of view about the book you are currently reading.

We would like you to tell us:

• what the book is about
• what has happened so far
• your opinion of the book and why you have this opinion

When describing your opinion about the book, it’s really important that you give reasons for your point of view, too!

When giving your reasons, remember to use words such as: additionally, furthermore, moreover etc when making your points!

Good luck!

Spanish – LO: numbers

Grab your home learning books and a pluma o lápiz!

## 19 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 18 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Friday, everyone.

Maths – LO: ratio

Today, I’d like you to put your learning from the week into practice and continue your quest to defend Mathematica!

My challenge to you is to reach Shield Level 4 on the Ruins of Ratio and Proportion. It should take you about 30-40 minutes. If you’ve completed that, try your luck in the Battle of Mathematica.

As always, send me evidence of your shield levels and any cool accessories your character has! I’ve heard you can win a dragon for a pet!

Today, we would like you to read ‘Gaby to the Rescue’ from this paper (or this paper, if that one doesn’t work) and then complete the following kahoot!
The details for the kahoot are as follows:
https://kahoot.it/challenge/03360084?challenge-id=cdb4eff2-bbe6-4961-97bd-30d79ea1952b_1592468550018
Game Pin: 03360084
Good luck!

Living and Learning

Join me for today’s video.

Here’s a reminder of some R2s:

Send in a picture of your poem – or, even better, send in a video of you performing it so we can show our support!

## 18 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 17 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Morning, everyone!

Hope you’re all staying happy and healthy.

Here are yesterday’s answers for the main maths activity and challenges.

Maths – LO: calculating ratio

First, watch this video from the White Rose Maths Hub. You need to find ‘Week 1’, ‘Lesson 4 – Calculating Ratio’. Ignore where it says pause the video and attempt a set of questions. Just watch the video through and try to answer along with the video. You can email me if you need more help.

Today’s reading lesson is a Love of Reading session – back by popular demand. We would like you to simply read! Find a book, newspaper, magazine, poetry or anything you love to read. Then, relax and immerse yourself in some quality reading time for at least 30 minutes.
We would love to hear about what you are enjoying reading at the moment and where you like to chill out and read, so send an email to me!

Writing – LO: writing poetry

Today, we’re continuing our learning about poetry by writing nonsense poems!

You need to use this BBC Bitesize lesson and complete activities one, two and three.

Email your poem to me for some feedback or it’d be amazing to hear and see you perform yours!

## 17 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 16 June 2020 by Miss Wilson

Happy Wednesday, Y6!

Keep your emails coming in – it’s been great to catch up online and over the phone. I’m always here to answer any questions, comments or concerns!

Maths – LO: using the ratio symbol

Join me for today’s video by clicking here and then, when you’re done, click here for today’s task.

Challenges

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Reading – LO: create a puzzle

Using this week’s version of FirstNews, your task today is to create your own puzzle like the ones we have completed in previous home learning tasks.
This could be a crossword puzzle or a wordsearch (where the words you have to find are given as clues).
I’d like you to pick an article, within the newspaper and use this to create some clues for your puzzle. It’s a good idea to use an article that’s about the size of a page so that it is challenging enough.
Remember, the words you choose for your puzzle must be in the article!