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Wednesday 25th March

WEDNESDAY

 

Thank you to everyone for sending in your super work.  We particularly enjoyed Horselover04's lovely and neat work and her smart idea of keeping a weekly planner.  Superb!  Keep safe and enjoy today's activities...

 

ENGLISH

You’ve planned your antagonists and protagonists, you’ve practised your descriptive skills.  Tomorrow you will be writing your 500 word story.  It would be super to enter as many as possible for the Wellington competition so get your thinking caps on and start planning.

 

Before you start though, you might need to do a bit of revision on how to punctuate dialogue.  Have a look at this short activity.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zr6bxyc/articles/zhqh92p

 

It is also important to think about metaphors, similes and personification that will make your writing more descriptive and creative.  If you’re stuck remembering how to use personification, check this out:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zfkk7ty/articles/zw9p8mn

 

 

MATHS

SHOCK ROCK BATTLE: Log in to TTRockstars... the battle of the Falcons and the Kestrels begins TODAY at 8:50!  It's on!

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/


Have a look at the video Introducing the Ratio Symbol and try the questions.

 

If you whiz through this, your next challenge is a big one… you need to Beat the Nation!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQXuuWaL4qw

 

PS. Well done to strawberrysundaysuper-girl who has also sent in a solution to Monday’s optional problem solving challenge of the week.

 

 


MUSIC

 

Mrs Brickley has provided some super music activities for the week - see below:

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