Year 6 Home Learning Blog wb 22.06.20

Date: 19th Jun 2020 @ 9:26pm

Hello Year 6,

We hope you have all had a lovely weekend.

Your home learning overview for this week can be found on your class page. Go to 'Class Pages'; choose 6D /6M and scroll down until you see 'Files to Download' - 'Year 6 Home Learning wb 22.06.20'. Have a look through all of the activities. If you have any questions, just ask on this blog or email using Purple Mash.

Please make sure you look at the Zoom blog this week, as you will need to watch a clip online before your Zoom meeting.

Remember to blog below and tell us how well you are doing with your reading and home learning activities. We look forward to hearing from you.

Have a lovely week and enjoy the tasks.

Mrs Davies and Miss Merson

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Filip Bydlinski wrote:

Hello everyone. the reason I am writing to you today is because I am reading my Harry Potter book and also I have started reading a new novel. On saturday My family and I went for a trip to a country park. Finally I have been doing my home learning tasks and my new high school tasks. Enjoy the rest of the day bye.

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Hannah wrote:

I looked on the zoom blog and I watched the multiplication videos but when I pressed on the other one it says sorry this video isn’t available. I have tried it a couple of times and it keeps saying that and tells my to try a video about chickens 🐓

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Nathan Lee wrote:

I have been reading a graphic novel called New Kid at the moment. It is about a kid who wanted to go to an art school but was instead sent to a posh school where he can't fit in. I like it a lot and I read it over the weekend. For Father's Day I made a cake in the shape of The Book of Dust.

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Jessica Grant wrote:

This weekend I met up with my uncle and cousin at my Granny and Granddads house in the garden. It was a bit weird because we had to social distance but it was still nice. On Sunday I did lots of rollerblading in my garden. I hope everyone's having a good week so far.

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Hannah wrote:

This week I have seen Lauren and Alfie at the cricket nets and been on some bike rides with Georgia wrapping all of Georgia’s birthday 🎁 presents I have been reading lots of books espadrille ones by David baddiel

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Ben W wrote:

Hi everyone,
I hope you are all ok. I have been re-reading 'Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince', which is probably my favourite one and we are going to redecorate my bedroom.

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Nathan - This sounds like a very interesting book. I must read it myself. I hope you enjoyed celebrating father's day.

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Hi Jessica,

This sounds fun! I am pleased you managed to see some of your family members.

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Miss Merson wrote:

Filip - What is your new novel called? A trip to a country park sounds great! Hopefully you can do lots more things like that this week as the sun comes out again.

Hannah - How strange! Mrs Davies and I have just tried it and we can both play the video as normal....nothing to do with chickens! The video is a reminder of how to do division so you could either look for another one online or just have a practice to make sure you are confident with it. Sounds like you have been kept very busy with your friends - how lovely!

Ben - Interestingly that is not one of my favourites! Maybe I should re-read it too. Although it is probably not quite the same once you know the plot twist...

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Alfie Croll wrote:

Hi everyone, this week I went to visit my Nannie and I went to Cricket with Hannah and Lauren it was really fun seeing my friends.

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Daisy wrote:

Hi everyone,
I hope you are ok and have had a good weekend. On Saturday, we met up with my Nanna and Grandad (Socially Distanced) where we had a takeaway from a cafe. On Sunday, I went on a walk with my Mum and Dad. We got a bit wet because we didn’t bring our coats or umbrellas as when we left it was sunny. I also watched a film on Netflix. I have nearly finished my book A Boy Called Hope and when I have finished it I am going to start the Harry Potter Series. I also re arranged my room a bit so that I can have a reading den by the window. I hope everyone has a nice week

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Isabelle M wrote:

This weekend I went to Macclesfield forest for a walk with a few friends;it was very cold and wet. To make it worse my dog ran off and it took ages to find her! I also went for a walk with a friend to get Starbucks. I have finished the boy in the dress and I am now reading Starring Tracy Beaker by Jaqueline Wilson it is a very good book so far
I hope everyone is staying safe and doing well

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Lucy wrote:

Hi Everyone
Hope you are all ok
Last week I saw my nana and did some work. I loved doing the zoom calls with the teachers.

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Max wrote:

I did'nt do anything this weekend except I needed a new skateboard so i ordered one it came yesterday.

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Hi Alfie,

I am sure it was lovely seeing your family and friends.

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Hi Isabelle,

Oh no! How long were you looking for your dog? I hope your dog was not missing for too long. I bet you were worried. I am impressed with your reading. Are you reading daily?

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Filip Bydlinski wrote:

It is not complex as my Harry Potter books. It is called Minecraft The Island and it is the first ever official Minecraft novel.

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Ellie wood wrote:

This week we have made a decking for the garden out of wood! We have made little flower beds and put some plants in and we have decorated it with fairy lights! It’s almost finished and it looks really nice!

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Isobel W wrote:

I have enjoyed making pom poms over the last week and I made a fathers day breakfast! :)

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Hi Isobel,

This sounds interesting.

Did your dad enjoy the breakfast you made for father's day?

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Miss Merson wrote:

Daisy - I am so pleased for you that you were able to see your nanna and grandad. The weather has been a bit unpredictable like that lately, hasn't it? This week is set to be hot hot hot though! What film did you watch? Would you recommend it?

Lucy - You got to see your nana too! Brilliant! I have really enjoyed seeing everybody on the Zoom lessons too. School has been so strange without you all!

Max - You didn't do ANYTHING?! Did you go in the garden at all? Play online? Skateboard? What is your new skateboard like?

Filip - That sounds good! It's nice to read a range of different types of book; they don't all need to be complex!

Ellie - Oooh beautiful Ellie! I wonder if you can work out how to send me a picture on Purple Mash? I would love to see it!

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Alex 6D wrote:

Hi everyone,
For fathers day I designed and made a cushion cover that says Best Dad Ever. I cut out the letters and appliqued them onto the front and then I made the cover, I put in a zip. Mum told me how to do the steps but I did it all myself.

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Eveline wrote:

I've been reading lots. I've read the Hunger Games Trilogy, the first in the series of Noughts and Crosses which is a new BBC childrens program, all of Holes now and am finishing The Diary of Anne Frank. I play in my pool as often as mum let's me and I now have work from my new high school.

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Ethan F wrote:

Hope everyone is ok I played football with my coach and his son and josh w also I have been doing some year 7 challenges

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Alex - Wow! What a lovely thing to do! You have been very creative. Well done.

Eveline - I am pleased to hear that you have been reading so much! Well done. I hope you are finding the work from the high school interesting too!

Ethan - I am pleased to hear you have been playing football. What challenges have you been doing?

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Isabella Hampshire wrote:

Last week for Father's Day we went to see our friends in their back garden and then went for a walk with them. Afterwards we went back to their house in their garden and has food from the Fish and Chip shop.
Also, last week I made Terry's chocolate brownies for Father's Day and they were yummy!

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Matthew wrote:

Hi,
I have been practising on my guitar and the new song am learning is killer queen. I made some tarpaulin dens in the garden with my brother and my mum so we wouldn't get wet when we saw our Nana and Grandad in the garden. They gave me a ukelele. We filled the den with cushions and stuff and my dog came in and started tripping over stuff again.
Bye

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Ethan Price :D wrote:

Hey everyone. I had great fun making my recreation of The Last Supper with my teddies. I also enjoyed making my earthquake booklet. Our sunflowers from the start of lockdown are starting to get taller and taller! See you all soon!

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Miss Merson wrote:

Matthew - That sounds like a cosy den... and you can use it for shade this week. Learning the ukelele will keep you busy for a while now!

Ethan - Loved your art recreation! I have some sunflower seeds that I need to plant; I'm glad yours are successful. What would you say they are as tall as?

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Jessica wrote:

Hi everyone hope you are all ok

This weekend I have been re decorating my bedroom and getting a new carpet fitted. I have learnt to wallpaper! I am looking forward to seeing what it looks like at the end.
Hope everyone had a good weekend and has a good week!

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Sam M wrote:

I have recently finished Holes so instead I read a short book every morning, normally a book with about 60 pages.

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Hi Sam,

I am pleased to hear you have finished Holes. Did you enjoy reading this? It is one of my favourites.

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Miss Merson wrote:

Jessica - You are coming out of this lockdown with so many new skills! I'm very impressed!

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Mrs Davies wrote:

Hi Isabella,

I bet you were pleased to see your friends. The cake for father's day sounds delicious!

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