Welcome to Year 6 at Eastburn School.
Please find in the grid below some recommended activities to complete with your child at home this week.
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|Week Beginning 6th April 2020|
Read this information about running:
Then answer the questions:
When you have done as much as you can, you can check the answers here and count up your marks:
Using the text 'Running' as an example...
Write an information sheet telling people about a hobby of your choice (e.g swimming, football, gaming.)
Something eggstaordinary has happened. All the Easter eggs in the supermarket have eggsploded! Who could the culprit be?
It's your job to find out who eggspolded the eggs. To crack the case, solve the clues and eliminate the suspects until only one remains:
We'll have some new learning soon. In the meantime, we'd like you to revise some learning from Autumn term. Here's a 'Place Value' task:
Here's the answers to check when you're finished:
Please revise the four operations with this task:
And here's the answers:
Finally, you can revise 'Position and Direction' objectives with this task:
And you can check your answers here:
Research the key features of a river by using books or the internet then look at the PowerPoint. L3 Features of a River.ppt
You can use the sheet provided or draw your own diagram and label the key features. River features sheet.pdf
Try this 'eggciting' experiment. Egg Drop Science Experiment.pdf
Remind yourself of Holy week and the Easter story. You could discuss this with your family, look in books, the internet or use the PowerPoint provided. Create a timeline of the main events of Holy week and the Easter story. You can draw pictures, print off illustrations, make your timeline as large or small as you like (no smaller than a page in your homework books.) Be creative. Think- if you were able to have a conversation with either God or Jesus, what questions would you want to ask about the Easter story? Write the questions down in your homework books. The Easter Story.ppt
Complete the Easter comprehension. Easter comprehension.pdf
Get cooking- find a delicious Easter recipe that you would like to make. Here is an Easter biscuit recipe you might like to try Easter Egg Biscuit Recipe.pdf
Be creative- make Easter cards, baskets, Easter crowns/hats, decorate eggs, or make bunting.
Fresh air and exercise are great for maintaining our mental health: go outside for a walk and sketch the nature that you can see; set up a mini obstacle course and time yourself; ride a bike or a scooter; jump on a trampoline; do a keepy-uppies challenge and keep a record of your progress.
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