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W/C Monday 1st June

Maths

Arithmetic - Set yourself a timer of 15 minutes for each set of 18 questions. Once the timer is up, mark your answers then identify and work on your gaps

Year 6 - Week 6 - Lesson 1 - Fractions to percentages

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Equivalent Fractions, decimals and percentages

Year 6 - Week 6 - Lesson 2 - Equivalent FDP

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Order fractions, decimals and percentages

Year 6 - Week 6 - Lesson 3 - Order FDP

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Year 6 - Week 6 - Lesson 4 - Percentages of amounts

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English

SPaG Activities

 

https://www.spag.com/

Complete the task below on SPaG.com:

1. KS2 SATs Grammar Test (F)

Writing task - Complete the story

Can you write at least one paragraph a day and then re-read and edit it on Friday?

 

The Night Thieves

 

Story starter!

Every night, when the city sleeps, they come out of hiding. Their home is far below the city, and during the day when the city is alive with activity like a hive of busy bees they spend their time planning and plotting their next job.

You see, during the night, when they think nobody will see them (they are exceptionally small) they sneak around above ground. They take things. Valuable things.

Have you ever had something go missing and wondered where it has gone? You may have just found the reason why!

Tonight is no different: they are on their way to make a small fortune…

 

 

Sentence challenges...

Can you include a complex sentence containing a main clause and a subordinate clause?

Can you separate the clauses using a comma?

Can you use one of the following conjunctions to link your clauses: but, or, yet, so?

Can you use a colon or a semi-colon to mark the boundary between independent clauses?

Ruby Bridges Reading Comprehension - Answer one set of questions only from the one star, two stars or three stars. Choose the set that you are most comfortable with.

Y6 Wider-Curriculum Activities:
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