Good morning. We’re fast approaching the end of Week 2, and so at the halfway stage this week, let’s look at the leaderboard.
Readtheory: 1st Giovanna, 2nd Mikey, 3rd Maks
Prodigy: 1st Elysia, 2nd Jude, 3rd Matthew A
Duolingo: 1st Alex, 2nd William, 3rd Louise
I’ll post at the end of Friday who the winners are for the week, so you have 2 days to climb the leaderboard!
Maks sent a photo of his completed maths maze from yesterday’s maths learning. Excellent, Maks – those are some very tiny fractions you’ve worked out there!
Louise has been busy baking banana bread; it looks very enticing and has given me cake cravings! Well done, Louise.
|PE||Stay fit and healthy by checking in with The Body Coach each morning at 9.00 at https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1|
|Prayer||Visit https://cafod.org.uk/Pray/Lent-Calendar and reflect on today’s Bible verse and message.|
|Spelling||Play with family members: Word Wager
1. Put this week’s words into an envelope/wallet.
2. Share the tokens (could be anything – beads, buttons, stones) equally between the group.
3. One person in the group will be the caller, and will read a word for you to spell.
4. If you think you are able to spell it, bet as many tokens as you like.
5. If you’re not sure, you can sit out of that round but you still have to pay the pot one token.
6. Betting players write the word down.
7. Those who spell it correctly divide the pot equally.
Reminder of this week’s spellings:
|Reading||15 minutes of https://readtheory.org/
Here’s the leaderboard so far this week: Giovanna, Maks and Nick. What will it look like at the end of the week?
|English||Click here to open today’s English activities.|
|Maths||WALT apply multiplication of fractions in a range of contexts.
1. 132.9 + 45.21 =
2. _______ = 91,256 – 6,716
3. 194 x 49 =
4. 45,781 ÷ 5 =
5. ______ = 19.65 ÷ 100
Click here to open today’s maths lesson.
|RE||WALT demonstrate our understanding of the events of Good Friday.
Click here for today’s learning with an art focus.
EXT: could you paint your own depiction of this scene? If you do, it would be great if you could accompany it with a caption explaining your artistic choices.
|Computing||Childnet Film Competition 2020
The competition is now open! Since last week, Childnet have released packs to give more information about the competition and to help you to plan and make your film.
You can decide whether you enter into the Solo or Group category. All details can be found at https://www.childnet.com/resources/film-competition/2020 but here are the vital documents you need to read or complete:
Take your time with this: the deadline isn’t until Monday 22nd June, so you have plenty of time to work on it. I’d love to see your ideas as you work on it over the coming weeks. Let’s have a winner from Year 6 Pope Paul!