English – Reading Task
This poem appeared in The Guardian newspaper in 2015.
Answer the 3 questions on the ‘Summarise’ card (remember to use the sentence openers to help you).
Answer the questions on the ‘Infer’ card (remember to use the sentence openers to help you).
English Writing Task:
The door creaked open and out of the dark came…
Write a story with this as your opening sentence! Use the story mountain to help you with your planning – good luck!
You have become fantastic writers this year – remember all of the techniques we’ve used to improve our writing:
- Alan Peat sentences
- Year 6 level punctuation (: ; “…” ! ? -)
- Metaphors, similes, personifications
You could use a text we’ve read this year to help you as a starting point.
Maths: Task 1
Use all digits 1, 2, 3 & 4 to make the numbers 1 – 50.
Mr Hodges’ examples: 1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 10
(4 x 3) + 1 + 2 = 15
You must use every number (1, 2, 3 & 4) in each number sentence.
You must use the rules of BODMAS.
You could set your work out like this:
- (your number sentence equalling to 1)
2. (your number sentence equalling to 2)
3. (your number sentence equalling to 3)
You could start by filling in the numbers which you find easiest to do first!
When you finish the task with the circles, can you create your own problem like this one to challenge us?
Task 4 (Challenge):
Science: How would you contribute to this discussion? Answers below, please!
Healthy Lives reminder:
There are lots of great links and ideas for staying healthy in the NEW Healthy Lives blog, which you can find at the top of the screen!