This week we are going to write a newspaper article about the Blitz of London!
Have a look at this plan and complete the parts in preparation for writing. If you are not sure about any information then you can use www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk to help you.
In Literacy we have finished reading Goodnight Mr Tom . Write a book review. What would you give the book out if 5 stars?
Hello year 6!
What a busy week you have had! Lots of writing and SATs papers too! We have worked hard this week and hopefully we can complete all our lovely work on WW2 next week!
To celebrate the learning, this week I would like you to create and prepare items for our exciting WW2 day!
Think about what you are going to wear! What items can you make at home to show that you are an evacuee!
You could make gas mask boxes, labels, ration books, identity cards...
You can pack a suitcase and be ready for our day of fun!
This week I would like you to write a diary entry in the eyes of William. Write about being at home in London on your first night. What do you think William first felt when he saw his mum? What do you think he missed when he was London?
You can write your entries on purple mash or on your own paper. Use the checkpoints below to help you!
We are still reading the great story Goodnight Mr Tom! This week read chapters 14, 15 and 16
Write a letter to Mr Tom in the eyes of William about what has been happening to you in London.
Remember to include:
Address, date, Dear, and sign off
Use emotive language and think of the voice of William- what might he want to say to Mr Tom?
We are still learning about WW2 and this week we will be focusing on the great Blitz of London!
Read about the Blitz here and take some notes:
Create a fact page about the Blitz in London.
Where did it happen?
What did people do to stay safe?
Why was London targeted?
Another busy week has flown by! We have completed so much! I really enjoyed the WW2 drama we started with at the beginning of the week! You are all very talented!
This weeks homework continues to be on Purple Mash.
I have three tasks for you! You can send me a message on the blog too!
Maths this week is a recap of column addition and I would like you to create a mathematical dice game! We can try and play them later next week!
In Literacy, I really enjoyed reading your postcards from Zach! I have printed them off so we can stick them in our books! Lets wrire a letter this week as an evacuee! You can use the purple mash 2do to complete this or you can write one yourself and decorate it and hand it in using an envelope! Be creative and I look forward to reading your letters!
Have a great weekend !
Salma and Emily :)
Hello there Year 6 who are at home!
We don't want you to miss out, so here is a few things you can do to keep up to date with us in class! You can spend the week completing the activities.
First thing is spellings! Here are our spellings for the week. Test yourself and also find the meanings of the words:
We are still reading Goodnight Mr Tom! It is getting really interesting. Read chapters 6,8, and 9 from the file below. Summarise each chapter after you have read it.
Watch the video below and recap on fronted adverbials
Create some sentences about Goodnight Mr Tom using the following fronted adverbials:
We have been focusing on addition: Use your mental strategies to solve these:
462 +299 =
365 + 699 =
298 + 797 =
What strategies did you use?
Watch this video on column addition:
Take a look at some of these calculations: Which ones are correct and which ones are incorrect. Can you fix the ones which are wrong?
Have a go at this arithmetic paper too! Any you are unsure about, don't worry. We can go through them when you are back!
Watch the video below about WW2.
Create a propaganda poster to encourage mothers to evacuate their children because of the war.
In times without Internet or television, WW1 and WW2 propaganda posters were a powerful communication tool and an essential source of information.
WW1 was the first war where whole nations were fighting against each other and the public's perception of the war really mattered.
This meant that propaganda (used to try and make people think a certain way) was required in every country for a number of reasons: