# Dear God, Now That I Start The Day I Offer You My Heart .

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Dear God, now that I start the day I offer you my heart and pray; guide me inall I do and keep me always close to you. AmenMonday 8th February, 2021Could you choose one piece of work you are proud of this week and email it tous at: year6becket@gmail.com(In addition to the one piece we have requested too).MATHS ZOOM LESSONOnce completed, please send a COPY OF THIS PIECE OF WORK tous as soon as you can, and NO LATER than FRIDAY 12/02/21at:year6becket@gmail.comMATHS: PERCENTAGE OF QUANTITIES.In your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I find the percentage of a quantity?Maths activity 1 –Find the percentage of thequantities below.10% of 5013% of 50010% of 8012% of 80020% of 6023% of 60020% of 7028% of 90020% of 14024% of 140030% of 8032% of 80030% of 13038% of 130040% of 2035% of 60040% of 6046% of 2040% of 12041% of 1060% of 3045% of 6060% of 20040% of 12060% of50065% of 3090% of 13068% of 20070% of 23075% of 23080% of 80082% of 800

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MUSIC: PULSE AND METREIn your Home Learning Book write the date andLO: To understand pulse and rhythmIn this lesson, you are going to find the pulse and explore rhythm.You will need headphones (if you have some), or aquiet space for this activity.Click on the link.Watch the session below. You can pause it at any time to make sure y/lessons/understanding-pulse-and-rhythmchj3cr

Tuesday 9th February, 2021MATHS: PERCENTAGE OF QUANTITIES.In your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I find the percentage of a quantity?1. Click on the link below to the Oak National Academy.2. Complete the introductory quiz.3. Watch the video - you can watch it as many times as you like and pause ittoo.4. Work through the slides to complete the questions on the worksheet. Makesure you copy the questions into your home Learning book.5. Complete the final finding-percent-of-a-quantity6xh36d

ENGLISH: WRITINGIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I write a short descriptive paragraph in response to a picture?1) Look carefully at the picture – MONDAY RESOURCE 12) Look at the sentences you wrote yesterday. Use them to help you write a short descriptionof picture from the point of view of the boy.You need to include interesting sentence starters (-ing words, adverbials) short sentences for effect simple sentences complex sentences (these include a subordinate clause) some dialogue imagery (similes, metaphors, personification)e.g.Dad was striding ahead as I skipped behind; we were on our wayhome from town when the rain started. Thin, sharp drizzle, likedaggers, struck my face at first, then heavier cold, icy shardswhipped against us. As the clouds darkened, we struggled to moveagainst the gusts of pummelling wind. The sky turned grey. But Iloved it. Dad put up a small umbrella – I think he thought itwould protect us! Leaves began to swirl around my feet

MUSIC: PULSE AND METREIn your Home Learning Book write the date andLO: To explore 4 beats in a bar.In this lesson, you are going to explore how music is organised and look at musicwith 4 beats in a bar.You will need headphones (if you have some), or aquiet space for this activity.Click on the link.Watch the session below. You can pause it at any time to make sure y/lessons/exploring-4-beats-in-a-barcgwk2t

SPELLING PRACTISEIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. To investigate suffixes – le, el, al and il1) Watch the clip below. You can pause it at any time to make sure r2) Use ‘look, say, cover, write’ to practise the spellings.3) Write a sentence for each of the words in this spelling practice.Make sure you understand what the word means before you writeyour sentence.

Wednesday 10th February, 2021ENGLISH ZOOM LESSONENGLISH: WRITINGIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I edit and improve my writing?Your task today is to IMPROVE the descriptive writing you did yesterday.This means that you will EDIT your work.You will need a DIFFERENT coloured pen/pencil (if you have one)1) Read your descriptive writing from yesterday.2) Edit it for the following. Use a different colour pen/pencil (if you have one)a) Cohesive devicesb) ISPACED for sentence starters ‘ing’ wordssubordinate clauseprepositionadverbconjunctioned wordsdialoguec) figurative language to improve imageryd) dialogue between boy and dadUSE MONDAY – RESOURCE 2

MATHS:PERCENTAGE OF QUANTITIESIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I solve problems involving the calculation of percentages of amount?1. Click on the link below to the Oak National Academy.2. Complete the introductory quiz.3. Watch the video - you can watch it as many times as you like and pause ittoo.4. Work through the slides to complete the questions on the worksheet. Makesure you copy the questions into your home Learning book.5. Complete the final ages-of-amounts-c5gkge

MUSIC: PULSE AND METREIn your Home Learning Book write the date andLO: To explore 2 beats in a bar.In this lesson, you are going to explore how music is organised and look at musicwith 2 beats in a bar.You will need headphones (if you have some), or aquiet space and a plastic beaker or plastic cup for thisactivity.Click on the link.Watch the session below. You can pause it at any time to make sure y/lessons/exploring-2-beats-in-a-bar-6xk34d

Thursday 11th February, 2021MATHS:PERCENTAGE OF QUANTITIESIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I find the percentage of a quantity?Maths Activity 2:

ENGLISH: WRITINGIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. To write a TANKA poemA Tanka poem has 5 lines, and each line is written using a certain number ofsyllables. The poem has NO punctuation.A syllable is a part of a word, usually a vowel and the surrounding consonants thatmakes a single sound when spoken. All words have at least one syllable.For example, cat, I, and would are all one syllable long because they are spokenwith a single movement of the mouth.A Tanka poem has 31 syllables arranged as ur task today is to write a Tanka poem in response to this week’spicture.e.g. (the words with more than one syllable are red and black)wind rushing at us5we hold firm against the rain 7I hang on tightly5I fly higher and higher 7This is the best day ever7harsh winds howl loudlyCold icy rain whips my faceLike a monkey I hang onFlying higher and higherI am a kite in the sky57557

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Friday 12th February, 2021WELLBEING ZOOM MEETINGWellbeing ActivityIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. To think about kindnessKindnessCounting kindness: paying attention to the positive things around us.This activity is about focusing on and counting kind events and experiences inour lives. Try and spot examples of kindness that happen every day that wemay not notice or forget about very quickly. Over the next 24hrs, try and write down or remember as manyexamples, big or small, of kind acts that you see, receive or give toothers e.g. a sibling may do something kind for you, or you may dosomething for your family.

MATHS: PERCENTAGESIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I find the percentage of an amount – reasoning.Activity - 31)Copy, and Complete the missing numbers.a) 50% of 40 % of 80b) % of 40 1% of 400c) 10% of 500 % of 1002)a) Is dividing by 10 and multiplying by 5 the mostefficient way to find 50%? Explain why.b) Is dividing by 10 and multiplying by 9 the mostefficient way to find 90%? Explain why.c) How many ways can you think of to calculate60% of a number?3)350,000 people visited the Natural History Museumlast week.15% of the people visited on Monday.40% of the people visited on Saturday.a) How many people visited the Natural HistoryMuseum during the rest of the week?

4)5)If 7 is 10% of a number, what is the number? Use the bar model to help you

SPELLING PRACTISEIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. To investigate suffixes – le, el, al and il1) Watch the clip below (LESSON 2) you can pause it at any time to make surethat you fully g-test-cct32c2) Use ‘look, say, cover, write’ to practise the spellings.Take the spelling test.

GRAMMAR:BULLET POINTSIn your Home Learning Book write the date andL.O. Can I use bullet points consistently?Context: King penguin1) Copy the definition and rules into your Home Learning bookBullet points are used to help the reader locate information quickly and precisely.They are mostly used to break down information into lists or key points.Rules to remember:Finish your introductory statement with a colon.A bullet that is a complete sentence should start with a capital letter and end witha full stop. Bullets in a list should be consistent in style – single words, or phrases, orsentences, but not a mixture 2) FIRST, read the information in the box, and then watch the BBC clipbelow, you can watch it more than once.Make a list of some powerful adverbial phrases to describe the way thegiant petrel moves around the baby chicks.e.g. with great menacing stridesKing penguins are fantastic role models as parents. Both parents care for their chicks, feedingthem with fish from their stomach for up to 14 months – longer than any other penguin! Theconditions in Antarctica are often extreme; however, with four layers of feathers, these hardyavians are well-adapted to surviving in this harsh environment.In this fascinating clip, we see the king penguin’s behaviour up close through the eyes of ‘SpyChick’ – a robot in disguise as a baby penguin. Danger lurks around every corner in the Antarcticand, while Spy Chick is attacked by an inquisitive sheathbill, the real chicks face something muchmore sinister in a giant chick-eating petrel.https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p083nmv2

3) Complete the challenges below, USE RESOURCE 1Challenge 1Turn the first list sentence into bullet points with a single introductory statement that ends with acolon.Challenge 2Turn the second list sentence into bullet points. Don’t forget to introduce your bullet points with asingle introductory statement that ends with a colon.Challenge 3Using some of the words from the WORD WALL, use bullet points to present some information aboutking penguins (or penguins in general). Remember to end your introductory statement with a colonand be consistent with the way you present bullet points.RESOURCE 11) King penguins face a numbers of predators including leopardseals, giant petrels, snowy sheathbills and killer whales.2) King penguins stay with their young for the first 14 months oftheir lives, they feed them with fish from their own stomachsand they take it in turns to incubate them from the cold.Use the word wall to help

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Chinese New Year 2021 – Year of the Ox

Ongoing: Daily exerciseReadingTimes tablesPhonicsActivities from the .uk/https://www.stthomasabecketsch.org.uk

A Tanka poem has 31 syllables arranged as follows: Line 1 – 5 syllables Line 2 – 7 syllables Line 3 – 5 syllables Line 4 – 7 syllables Line 5 – 7 syllables Your task today is to write a Tanka poem in response to this week’s picture. e.g. (the words with more than one syllable

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