Good morning Year 6!
Hope you enjoyed the Elsa take over! Thank you for the work you have sent in! It has been lovely chatting to you and your families on the phone! Clare and I look forward to speaking to you again next week!
One of today's tasks will require you to get your shoes on and head outside! Going for a walk is so important for your mental health and wellbeing. We are so lucky that we have the opportunity to still exercise safely. Remember the rules: keep 2 metres away from anyone not in your family, make sure you wash your hands when you return and do not socialise with anyone not in your household. Write a letter to Clare and myself about what you noticed during your walk? How have things changed? What do you miss? What things do you like outside now? We look forward to reading your letters!
In maths, have a go at this line graph question about Josh's bike ride. Who do you agree with and why? What do you think happened on Josh's bike ride. Use the graph to help you explain.
So, who is enjoying Thespina and the Scorpidon? I like the detailed answers from some of you! Keep sending them in! Or complete your work on purple mash- you could blog about it! Let's read the next part. Remember to send in your answers to the questions.
Thank you for all your great science work. Watch this video and think about the importance of exercise for the organs in your body. Take notes while you are watching it and then create a fact page about the importance of exercise on your body - thinking about your key organs: heart, brain and lungs. This will help prepare you for your science work next week! Good luck! I am looking forward to seeing your fact pages! Try and make colourful and engaging to read!
Before I let you go and get on with your work, Clare and I just wanted to say Ramadan Mubarak to everyone celebrating this month. Stay safe and enjoy this special and unique time with your families. Have a great weekend!
Salma and Clare xx