Welcome to Tuesday! Thank you for your messages yesterday. As part of our Google classroom which we will be introducing soon, you will be given a new gmail account that is registered to school and can only be used within our Google classroom. Mrs FitzGerald has your new account details and will distribute them soon.
Day 2 – Tuesday
BBC Online Group
BBC website – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-lessons/1
Find 9th June English for today’s lesson.
LI – To use direct and indirect speech
Today we are going to discover what life is like in the Polar Regions of the world by exploring The School Run – Polar Regions website here (a useful video ‘BBC Teach: Life in the Polar Regions’ is also embedded towards the bottom of the page): https://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/polar-habitats
Based on what you have read and watched, create a fact-file, suitable for a child your age, about the Polar Regions. You may wish to create a glossary for words children may be unfamiliar with. The Words to Know section of the website you have explored may help you with this. Don’t forget to check your punctuation and spelling – reading it aloud or asking a family member to read it with you may help.
LI – To create a fact file on polar habitats
The BBC Online Learning Group click on the link below:
9th June Maths
LI – forming expressions and understanding algebraic conventions
Click on the link below watch the lesson introduction which gives you the teaching so that you are able to answer the questions on the activity sheet. Start at Summer Week 3 (May 4th ) Lesson 2
LI – To compare and order fractions
Please see Mrs O’Donnell’s post for today’s stilling time activity.
Keep going with Mr Garvey’s activities or Joe Wicks PE, or some similar exercise such as Fitness Marshall, other online exercises. The most important thing is that you get your blood pumping and get yourself out of breath!
I will not be posting any answers today as all your work has the answers with it or as in the English extension all your work will be different.
Have a good morning’s learning!
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