Year 6 Home Learning
Once you are feeling better, have a go at completing the work on this page. It will be similar to the learning you have been doing in school.
These activities below are about recapping your understanding of numbers to a million and being able to order these. Choose where you would like to begin and watch the teaching videos by clicking on the White Rose logo.
When you have watched the video, have a go at the activity sheet found by clicking the link underneath. You don't need to print anything out, write just your answers onto a piece of paper.
Video - Numbers to 10,000
Video - Numbers to 100,000
Video - Numbers to a million
Video - order any numbers
|Activity - Numbers to 10,000
||Activity - Numbers to 100,000||Activity - Numbers to a million||Activity - Compare and order any numbers
Times Tables - these are very important to keep practising. Have ago at the times tables questions below - these are all for Year 6.
Write just the answers on a piece of paper. (You can print them off if you have a printer but it's not necessary.)
Problem of the week - try some of these links (click the number below) out to practise your problem solving skills.
Below are some reading activities with some questions to answer. Choose where you would like to begin and read the text carefully.
Answer the questions on a piece of paper and write your answers in full sentences.
English writing activities:
Choose where you would like to start with the 3 writing activities that are listed below. You can do your writing on a piece of paper at home or on a computer if you have one. Remember to include:
- Exciting vocabulary
- Complex sentences and fronted adverbials
- A full range of punctuation - full stops, capital letters, commas, colons, semi-colons, brackets and dashes. (You could even use ellipsis if it was the correct piece of punctuation to use!)
- Speech punctuation (if your characters are going to talk to each other.)
Check your spellings are correct!
Writing Activity 1 - The Legend of the Crabe-Phare
The Crabe Phare is a colossal crustacean who lives a the bottom of the ocean. When this mammoth creature rises from the deep, he doesn't have destruction in mind. Instead, he wants to collect and preserve ships to add to his underwater collection.
Watch the video (click the picture on the left), then complete the two activities below:
1) Create a persuasive piece of writing asking humans to leave the crab alone.
2) Create a Guinness World Record entry for the Crabe. (You can find examples of records by clicking here.)
Writing Activity 2 - A Story Starter.
Pick ONE of these story starters and continue it to write your own story.
|Slowly a foot moved, then the trunk, then a loud growl shook the cavern ...||
The date was 13th July.
|They were getting closer. Yesterday Berlin, today Paris. When would they attack London?|
Writing Activity 3 - Sports Writing
Watch the video (click the picture) below. As you watch, think about:
- The reactions of the crowds
- What you could hear, see, smell, touch, taste.
Complete a piece of writing that is EITHER:
1) About the action that took place on the pitch (make sure that it fits with the reactions of the crowds)
2) Write newspaper report about the match, including interviews from both teams of players, the referee and some spectators.
When you have completed all of this work, email it to your class teacher - you can photograph it with your phone and send your teacher photos of everything you've done. Your class email address will be: email@example.com
When your teacher has looked through your work, they will then see what more learning they can set for you on Google Classroom.
Whilst you are waiting to hear back from your teacher, you can use any of the following platforms to do some more work.