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Y6 half term homework

6S and 6J only:

As a school we are pleased to again enter this year’s carnival procession. The theme for Newport’s 2019 Carnival is ‘Past, Present & Future’. As it is 50 years since man landed on the moon, we thought it would be a super starting point to combine both the celebration of the past, with ideas for the future of space.

We would like the children to make something that will attach to, stick/tape to, or hang from our float. This may be a spacecraft, rocket, planet, solar system, alien, an astronaut or an idea for the future of space.

It can be as big as you can manage, as they will all hopefully be attached to our float and people of course people watching the procession need to be able to see all the creations.

Please bring in to school after half term so we can start to collate them for the carnival.

Many thanks!

6K – you are working on assembly play scripts over the half term as directed by Mrs Kerr.

We hope everyone has a very enjoyable half term!

Yr6 homework due Wednesday 8th May

Children to read at least 3 times with an adult and the adult to sign homework book. children to record their comments for all reading entries.

Children to revise spellings in their homework book for all spellings learned this school year.

Children to complete SPAG questions, reading the questions carefully.

Children to complete either the 1* or 2* maths arithmetic questions. Children will have made their own choice on the appropriate challenge.

Yr6 homework due Monday 29th April

Read at least 3 times per week and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Revise spellings in homework book. We have gone through all spellings for KS2. I would encourage children to focus on words that are still tricky to spell.

Encourage children to use times table rockstars

Children to complete Maths booklet – Ten for Ten – ten questions to be completed per day over a 10 day period. If any support is required refer your child to www.mathsisfun.com and worked models and activity questions are available.
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We hope everyone has a very enjoyable Easter break and a well deserved break! Happy Easter from the Year 6 team!

Yr6 homework due 10th April

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Revise spellings in homework book. We have gone through all spellings for KS2. I would encourage children to focus on words that are still tricky to spell.

Encourage children to use times table rockstars

Children to complete maths homework on area and perimeter. Children will choose an appropriate challenge: 1*, 2* or 3*.

Yr6 homework due 3.4.19

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Children to complete the Reading 10 minute task – please support us and ensure they are only given 10 minutes to complete.

Encourage children to use times table rockstars

Yr6 homework due 27th March

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Children to complete the SPAG 10 minute task – please support us and ensure they are only given 10 minutes to complete.

Complete the maths activity on measures and conversions.
***/** Complete the questions showing accurate conversions – range of measures
* Complete the questions showing accurate conversions (one litre = 1,000ml)

Yr6 homework due 20th March

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Children to complete the 2 reading questions, ensuring use of text to respond to questions. Underline evidence in text to show this: use a ruler.

Complete the missing comma task. Commas might be needed for lists, fronted adverbials, embedded clauses or subordinate clauses. Clearly mark punctuation in the spaces.

Yr6 homework due 13th March

Apologies for late add to website!

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Children to complete 10 minute SPAG SAT Buster activity.

Children to complete 10 minute Maths SAT Buster activity.
There are 2 options: Standard level and Advanced Level – children will choose an appropriate challenge. These questions are mixed maths questions.

Y6 homework due Wednesday 6th March

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Children to complete the 10 minute reading task. Please ensure only 10 minutes is given to this task; children need to build stamina.

Children to complete the maths activity. It comes as a 1*/2*/3* challenge so children will choose an appropriate level of challenge.
1* Dividing and multiplying by 10. Digits move to the right for divide and digits move to the left for multiply.
2* Find 1/10 and 7/10 of given amounts. Find 1/10 divide by 10. Find 7/10 divide by 10 then x 7
3* True or False? Are fractions equivalent to decimals and vice versa Children need to apply fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions calculations.

Homework due 25th February

Read at least 3 times and ask an adult to sign your reading diary to confirm.

Learn your spellings. Complete detailed sentences and definitions in your homework book.

Look at www.mathsisfun.com and revise multiplying and dividing decimals by decimals – there are online activities to complete.

If a TTRS task has been set, make sure your child logs in to the website and practises times table facts.

Children to complete a recount of the favourite day over half term. Children need to include the following: detailed description, emotions, speech, varied sentence structures and use a wide range of cohesive devices.

Have a good half term!

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