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Monday 27th April 2020

Good Morning Year 6! I hope you have all had a lovely weekend.



I was wondering if you each wanted to create and send a birthday card to 'Captain Tom:' a British war veteran, who fought in the army and served in India and Burma during the Second World War. It is his 100th birthday on Thursday! 100 years old - WOW! That is an achievement. He was born 30th April 1920. 


You may have noticed him on the tv or online as the elderly gentleman who wanted to walk 100 laps around his garden to raise money for the NHS. His initial wish was to raise £1,000. He was shocked but delighted when he heard he had raised £5,000, but amazingly he has currently raised just under £28,000,000 - 28 million!!! surprise

And, not only that, he has recorded a song from yesteryear, with many other artists, and it has become a number one hit! What an amazing gentleman raising funds for the NHS!

If you decide to send him a birthday card here is his address:

 Morning work for today is to complete an exercise for 20 minutes in your Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling CGP book. You can choose.


Then at 9:00 a.m. get ready to wake up, shake up with Joe Wicks: ( or you can save this for Monday p.m. PE)

(There isn't a session showing for Monday as I plan today's work, if it doesn't appear then go back and choose a session from another day and enjoy that again. Strangely there is a session showing for Tues, Weds, Thurs and Fri ??? )



Let's start the week with a positive message: 'be the best that you can be.'


Morning Flashback Work - mixture of skills:


Choose the next 10 spellings from the Year 5/6 word list (still on the first Monday's page of Home Learning). Rehearse, revise and learn ways to remember how to spell.



Be 'rigorous' with your spelling wink

Complete the activities here:

Flashback to Fractions - you'll need a pack of cards to begin with.

Problem Solve this Emoji Maths - look carefully at the images, particularly on the third and fourth line - sneaky!

PE - you can use Joe Wicks PE for today or choose a past session.

Or, if Joe Wicks is not for you, try this teacher:


Children's Home PE Lesson KS2 - Throwing & Catching - if you don't have a ball use a pair of rolled up socks. Instead of cones you could use 4 tins of food, or 4 books to mark out an area.

Children's Home PE Lesson KS2 (Year 3 -6) - Throwing and Catching. Lesson covers National Curriculum and has been adapted to do at home. Children only need a...

I managed to get 42 marks. blush  What's your score? 

It's a great game for looking at the many, many ways we can make 1 whole, using a variety of fractions all mixed together. You need your left and right arrow buttons. You might want to turn the sound off too. 

ANSWERS for Friday's morning maths - Can We Have a Dog?

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