Year 6 – Wednesday 10th June learning

Subject Activity
Prayer Visit and click on ‘Start your retreat’ for a short daily reflection.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in June, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Spelling Visit—aw–to-cont-, go to ‘Spelling Tiles’, then choose the ‘Segment Silhouette’ activity to practise this week’s words.
Reading 15 minutes of
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables
Maths Please complete today’s tasks on Mathletics to check your understanding from the last two days:

  1. Describing Patterns
  2. Table of Values
  3. Find the Pattern Rule

Wellbeing Week

Wednesday – Connect (all about communication, teamwork, co-operation and togetherness)

Give someone a call Voice or video call a friend or family member that you don’t live with. Ask how they are and really listen to them.
Meet a friend for a socially-distanced visit to the park Now that restrictions have been slightly lifted, go with an adult to a local park and see a friend face-to-face. Just make sure there are no more than 6 of you altogether and remember to keep 2 metres apart.
Send a picture to your teacher of something you’ve done or made Share an activity you’ve enjoyed doing or something you’ve made that you’re proud of, then look out for it on Friday’s celebration blog.
Play a game with family ·         Sticky-note Fun – write the name of an animal, person or object onto a sticky note. Put it on a family member’s head and ask each other questions to guess what’s written on your head.

·         Throwaway Game – each family member explains if they could only keep one possession, what would it be and why?

·         5 Things – Write down five of your favourite things eg. Food, book/film, subject, animal, colour. Can you guess each other’s?

Compliment Jar Throughout the week, fill a jar with compliments about your family. On Sunday, sit down and share as a family.
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