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Thursday

Greetings to you, Year 6! We hope that you are all well and enjoying your home learning. It is great to see some of the work you have done on Twitter. Use #hallathome.

 

Here are Wednesday’s answers:

The Daily Joke: laugh

What did the numerator say to the denominator when they fell out?

(answer is at the bottom)

 

Click here for today’s Newsround Story.

 

Maths

For today’s maths you are going to continue the unit of work about ‘angles’. There is a video to watch, then a task to complete. You can answer the questions in your exercise book.

Remember, you can pause the video at any point.

Start by watching the video and then open the pdf sheet underneath for the questions.

 

Angles Lesson 2

 

English and Topic

Today’s English work is to carefully read the information about Alfred the Great and why he was considered ‘Great’. There is quite a lot to read which is why we've combined English and Topic, today. Please wait until instructed in the document to watch each clip.

 

Video Clip 1:  watch the clip with the boy reading NOT the animation

Video Clip 2: The Battle of Edington

Video Clip 3: watch the animation.

 

If your parents have an iplayer account, there is a Horrible Histories special about Alfred the Great that you could watch. Please ask their permission, first:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b05x91bt/horrible-histories-series-6-2-awesome-alfred-the-great-special

It is not essential to watch it, but it will add to your knowledge.

 

Then, add to your project so that it includes some information about Alfred the Great, his dealings with the Vikings and his achievements.

 

 

The Daily Joke Answer: laughlaugh

"I’m so over you!"

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