Good morning Year 6. It has been wonderful to see all the amazing work that you have been sending in. Thankyou so much for staying so committed to your learning. We look forward to seeing you all and finding out what you have done over the weekend.
We are finishing off our percentage topic by looking at pie charts. Use the video to help you understand then complete the questions.
We are continuing your work on Windrush. Click on the video then complete the work in the word document below.
We are going to focus on Science on Monday and Tuesday afternoon this week, Year 6.
Finish any illustrations and labeling from your five animal classes resource sheet. (You started this last week.)
All About Invertebrates
We have already looked at five different animals, which are classed as vertebrates. In this session, we are going to find out more about classes of invertebrates. Click on the word document below to find out what your task is then use the resources below.
All About Invertebrates – Main Instructions
A key is a set of questions about the characteristics of living things. You can use a key to identify a living thing or decide which group it belongs to by answering the questions. Click on the link below, to see if you can follow a simple key.
Devising your own key linked to Invertebrates and Vertebrates
Click on the link below and watch the video on how to devise a key.
Now you’ve watched the video, click on the link below, which will help you devise your own key, linked to invertebrates and vertebrates.
By the end of Tuesday, I would like you to send me your own key and your work from task two, which was about classifying different types of invertebrates into the 7 groups.
Extension ( Not compulsory )
Devise a second classification key linked to your own selection of sweets ( a mixture of polo mints, fruit pastels, jelly babies etc or your own selection from liquorice allsorts )
A great game to practice times tables . . .
Logon and see how many you can get right in . . . a minute, 3 minutes, after 5 games, 10 games ? Can you improve your average time ?
Or if you have a times tables clock, you could practice that aswell.