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Thank you for your comments on Socrative. It seems that you enjoyed your V.E. Day learning. Food-based celebrations were popular and some of your cooking included: French onion soup, bread soup, corned beef hash, sandwiches, scones (with jam and clotted cream) and lots of cake! Many of you celebrated in your streets and it was nice to see you using words like ‘community’ in your reflections. It sounds like bunting was very popular in Glenfield, as was dressing up in red, white and blue. Some of you were lucky enough to talk to people who actually experienced V.E. Day – that must have been special! Your reflections were very mature, recognising both the sacrifice that was made by so many and the need for a celebration when the war in Europe was over. We’re very proud of you – well done, Year 6!
Here are yesterday’s answers:
Now for today’s learning:
The Daily Joke:
What do you call an alligator in a vest?
(answer is at the bottom)
Click here for today’s Newsround Story.
We’re going to carry on looking at propaganda posters. You thought about the purpose of the posters, who they were aimed at and what they were designed to do. Today, we’re really going to focus on the persuasive devices being used within the posters, especially the message of the slogan and the images used.
Right click on the pdf to open the document in a new tab or window. Please complete the activity in your exercise book.
For today’s maths, you are going to focus on multiplying fractions by integers. 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.
Yesterday, you should have made a start on your final piece for the topic. Please continue with this, today, and attempt to complete it. If you need extra time to complete it over the next few days. That’s absolutely fine.
Here is the pdf that you were given yesterday in case you need any reminders.
Once you have completed this piece of work, you have reached the end of the unit and should have a better understanding of how to draw figures in proportion to create a sense of movement - well done! We'd love to see some examples on #hallathome.
The Daily Joke Answer: