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Friday 24th April 2020

Welcome back everybody!

 

ENGLISH

 

Pages 12-13 today involves interpreting quotes - this is an important skill.  You can follow the instructions on the page or if you want to hear these instructions out loud, see the bottom of the page.

https://www.talk4writing.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Y678-Units.pdf

 

Also, be sure to practise this week's spellings (below).

 

 

MATHS

 

Super effort on yesterday's challenging maths puzzles.  There are a few people weren't sure on -- check the video resource centre (https://parkfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/) for a quick guide to some of the tricky ones.  Remember to look at the answers as well to compare:

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/homelearning/year-6/Lesson-4-Y6-Summer-Block-1-ANS7-Angles-in-a-triangle-missing-angles-2020.pdf

 

Please drop us an email if there are specific questions you would like us to go through and we can go into these a bit more deeply.

 

In the meantime, try the Friday challenge.  How far through these challenges can you get?

 

https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Family-Challenge-Friday-24th.pdf

 

 

SCIENCE

 

The second of this week's science revision quizzes is on rocks and soil!

 

  1. What are the three types of rock called?  (Clue: the names start with i, s and m).
  2. How are each of the three types made?
  3. What does the word "weathered" mean?
  4. Which rock is harder and which is softer: slate or chalk?
  5. Which rock is harder and which is softer: marble or limestone?
  6. What is the difference between permeable and impermeable rocks?
  7. Complete the sentence by filling in the missing letters: Soil is made up of min_ _ a _ s (worn-down rocks), w _ _ er, org _ _ ic matter (e.g. animal excrement and dead animals) and air.
  8. What is a fossil?
  9. Explain how fossils are made using the word "sediment".
  10. Is it true that sometimes soil contains clay or sand?

 

 

CELEBRATIONS

 

So much super poetry is coming in -- enjoy this from JC:

 

The Door

 

Go and open the door.

Maybe there is a path leading to your dreams.

Maybe there is a key that can unlock your mind.

Maybe there is a box of nightmares waiting to be discovered.

 

Go and open the door.

Maybe there is a world that is upside down.

Maybe there is a scroll prepared to be told.

Maybe there is a doughnut…… Mmm doughnut.

 

Beyond the green door –

Trees grow taller every minute.

 

Beyond the blue door –

Waterfalls heavily plummet to their death.

 

Beyond the red door –

Anger and frustration swells.

 

 

Also, check out these two Pixlr masterpieces from Alien_girl_xox:

 

 

 

...And a beautiful, painted door from Dreamerofspirits:

 

 

 

PHOTO CORNER

 

Thanks for the people who have sent in some super photos of their adventures this week - here are some of them:

 

 

 

And check out a superb poetry video on the video resource centre under "Videos from Our Wonderful Children":

https://parkfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/

 

AND FINALLY...

 

Looking at pictures of cute animals is not only good for you but makes you more productive.  Happy "awwww!"ing:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1gtf240M2TfDxTZN0YLV89M/looking-at-cute-animals-is-good-for-our-health

Audio of the English instructions for today

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