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Howdy, Year 6! Great work on Socrative yesterday: we had another really positive response. Thank you.
Here are yesterday’s answers:
Now for today’s learning:
The Daily Joke:
What do you call a cow on a trampoline?
(answer is at the bottom)
Click here for today’s Newsround Story.
For the last couple of days, you have immersed yourself in the world of Sherlock Holmes. What we’d like you to do today is, based on what you have read, write a description of him.
Remember – this is not merely a list of what he looks like. Think about what he’s like as a person, the sort of things does he does, how he might move or speak.
Try to write a paragraph in your exercise book.
For today’s maths, you are going to focus on adding and subtracting fractions. 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.
We hope that you are enjoying the People in Action work. We’ve been pleased to see your positive comments on Socrative and #hallathome.
Today, we’d like you to consider what you’ve learnt this week about overlapping to create movement and how the body changes during the course of a short piece of movement. Look at the images you collected or created. Focus on one move. Consider the starting and end position. How would the body move in between?
Try to show the movement in a series of quick sketches. Perhaps you could draw your chosen movement as a matchstick figure and flesh it out like you learnt to do in lesson 1.
You’re just working small-scale, today, to get a feel for how the finished piece might look. Try to fit 3 or 4 ideas onto one a page of your exercise book.
Next week, we’ll begin work on the final piece to finish the topic.
DON'T FORGET TO LOOK IN THE FRENCH, MUSIC AND R.E. FOLDER FOR TODAY'S TASKS.
There are some lovely V.E. Day tasks today to whet your appetite for Thursday's work and the national celebrations that will be taking place over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The Daily Joke Answer:
A milk shake!