As it is the last week, I am not setting tasks daily. Choose from this smorgasbord ( look that up):
Y6 going to Broadland must make sure they do the All about me task which is at the end of these tasks.
1.Watch the video and scroll down to answer in your head some of the questions and then choose one of the activities suggested- spend 30 mins on this.
2.The stolen space suit mystery is like the maths mysteries from last week , but is spelling and punctuation practice (badly needed) and you don’t need to print it out- don’t look at the answers either until the end!
3. This time capsule will help you to think about the end of year ( as well as practise your sentence writing for perhaps a while!) Keep it with you over the summer.
4. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkbkf4j/articles/zbm8scw is to revise your spellings – play the Crystal Explorers with BBC keystage 2
Some more mystery maths for you The pilfered penguins
The festival camping chaos ( has a hard clue 5 on angles) or the Melting Icecream mystery (easier)
The moji road trip mystery instructions and the moji road trip mystery game (easier)
Play one of your old favourites : Guardians of Mathematica BBC key stage 2 game ( type that into the search engine if this link doesn’t work). https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zd2f7nb/articles/zn2y7nb
Virtual Book task for y5 and y6
At the end of Year 6, pupils would ordinarily have the opportunity to gather ‘goodbye and good luck’ messages from their Teachers and friends, often written in a book which they can keep and treasure. Today’s task will create a ‘Virtual Leavers Book’ in which you will write a colourful message, memory or picture of farewell and goodluck to the Year 6 .Send this in to to me via email or googleclassroom. I will then put these together to create the ‘Virtual Leavers Book’ and put on the website and google classroom. We may be able to print them out to give to them when they go in for their last day. Don’t put surnames on it but you can put your first name.
If you have brothers/ sisters or willing parents , you could do some sports day type activities. Here are lots of ideas: Home Sports Day parent guide and Home sports day activity guide. If not do something active – cycle ride, the jumps from a few weeks ago. Tell me what you do!
You need a paper square, sides about 12cm or bigger to try these out. What is the smallest origami animal you can make? butterfly, frog, fish, rabbit(easy) crane (harder)
Music ideas Chrome has lots of ideas to extend your use of the Chrome music lab I suggested last week. These ideas are thanks to Mr Leaver who has already been very creative on it. What can you do? Send me the link to share.
Secondary school Y6 only
All about Me
If you are going to Broadland, then as you will see from their website, they would like you to do this:
This is from BHS website:
As part of the transition programme we would like all students to design an ‘All About Me’ poster. Students often use a sheet of A3 paper and place a picture of themselves in the middle. They then fill up the sheet with pictures, writing, drawings of anything that describes their interests, hobbies, family etc.
It can be completed in any format, some have presented it as a diary, a written piece, or a slide show. All of these methods are fine.
Please be aware that this information will form part of a Form Tutor activity in September, and students should therefore not share any information they would be uncomfortable with.
Here is a template if you are not sure what to do:
This activity needs to be handed in, on the first Year 6 Induction Day, so take it with you in September!
If you are worrying about High School, these short videos might reassure you:
Then when you have done ALLLL that, enjoy this Friday quiz of guess the object from looking at a close up photo. I couldn’t get them al! YOU need to download the powerpoint quiz and then run it to make it work properly. Could you send a photo of something up close for people to guess next week?