Year 6 2020 - 2021
Easter Holiday Homework.
We have some (50+ pieces) homework for the children to keep them busy throughout their 2 week+ break.
1. See the Literacy below (1)
2. Number gym EVERY night (15)
3. Read and fill in your reading diary (15)
4. Exercise at least 8 times - this could be a walk, playing with friends, bike ride etc (8)
5. Practise ready for the 2021 Spelling Championships which start after Easter Holidays - see list below (6)
6. Do a drawing of something in your garden (1)
7. Following on from our Literacy lately, keep a diary for your Easter Holidays (this does not need to be in your homework book, this is purely for you - proper diaries are for your eyes only. It will be something to look back on in the future) (1)
8. Final bonus piece of homework is to play a board game with family members. We will discuss the differnet games you play when we are back in school. (1)
9. Write a book review on the latest book you have finished. (1)
10. Clocks problem - see below (1)
11. Bonus Maths on our recent topic of ratio - below (1)
Have a lovely break and thank you for all your hard work - Remember, if we had been doing SATs you would have had more homework that was less interesting than this!
It is late June.... all restrictions have ended. You have an amazing day. Then, just before bedtime, you write in your diary. WHAT DO YOU WRITE? Write your diary entry for that day in your homework book.
This represents the multiplication of a 4-figure number by 3.
The whole calculation uses each of the digits 0−9 once and once only.
The 4-figure number contains three consecutive numbers, which are not in order. The third digit is the sum of two of the consecutive numbers.
The first, third and fifth figures of the five-digit product are three consecutive numbers, again not in order. The second and fourth digits are also consecutive numbers.
Can you replace the stars in the calculation with figures?
Homework - 19.3.21
You have your extra spelling in your homework book. On top of that we would like you to produce your own Charles Darwin timeline. It must be handwritten with drawings on. If you have A4 paper, produce it on there, if not, use your homework book (double spread). Here are some websites you might like to use.
NUMBERGYM - Beat your best score... Record your progress in your homework book
Copper - Easy Halves
Bronze - Harder Doubles
Silver - Mixed Tables
Gold - Negative Numbers
Platinum - Doubling decimals
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