Good morning Mulberry and Heather Class,
We hope you had a lovely weekend and are ready to start work. If you have any questions or you want to send Miss Clulow or myself your work, please use the email addresses below.
Today in English we will be learning how to change direct speech into reported speech. Scroll through the blue PDF until you get to Monday’s lesson. You will need a pencil/pen and paper to complete the tasks on the slides. Underneath the English blue PDF, you will find a green link to Monday’s English task. You can download the Word document and work on it electronically or you can write your answers on a separate piece of paper.English slides Monday -Tuesday
In maths, we will be continuing to learn about how to subtract using a formal method. Scroll down the PDF (blue document) and find Monday’s date and work through the different tasks. Your maths activities are on the PDFs underneath. They are PDFs so you will have to download and print them or work from them on a separate piece of paper. Please ensure you have checked mymaths and completed all your assigned tasks for the last week.Maths Slides. Monday-Wednesday (1)
Reflex, Obtuse, Right anglesworksheet 2 Right angles, Obtuse and Reflex - with answers (1)
Acuteworksheet 2 Acute - with answers
Underneath, you will find last Friday’s and today’s reading activity. Click on the green links. They are Word documents so you should be able to write on them. Alternatively, you can write your answers on a separate piece of paper. Below you will also find a green link to this week’s spellings.
Further home learning activities can be found on Purple Mash and Active Learn. There are plenty of activities to complete. If you can’t remember your login details, send us an email using our class email addresses.
For those who want to practise their tables, login to https://ttrockstars.com/. Alternatively, you can download copies of your tables clubs from the school website. Go to the home page and open the curriculum tab. There you will find all the time table clubs.
Stay safe, be good and work hard
Year 6 team