Year 6 Home Learning Friday 25.06.21
Date: 25th Jun 2021 @ 4:24pm
Year 6 Homework
Date set: 25/06/21
To be completed by: Wednesday 30/06/21
Children in Year 6 are expected to complete 60 minutes of homework each week.
Please help and support your child wherever possible. However, your child should be able to complete the work independently as it is linked to objectives taught during the week at school.
Some homework is now set through online platforms, your child’s teacher is able to see if your child has completed tasks set and how well they have understood the task. Rewards will be given to children for completing homework on time.
Comprehension – 20 minutes
Attached to this blog post is a comprehension task. You can take a photo of your completed task to share with your teacher on Class Dojo.
The answers are also attached for you to check.
SPAG Recap of Knowledge - 10 minutes+
To help you recap previous learning, please work through the SPAG activity that is attached to this blog post. It has a mix of questions to practise different skills. While it suggests 10 minutes, please spend more time if you need it to allow yourself to complete them all.
The answers are attached for you to check.
Spellings – 20 minutes
Focus: Adjectives to describe character
These need to be practised and your child will be tested on their spelling list every Thursday (Y6PH) or Friday (Y6CT & Y6TH)
In addition to these ten words, the children can practise the Year 5/6 spelling list, which is words the children are expected to know how to spelling at the end of year 6, please log into Spelling Shed and click on Stage 5/6 to play games based around these words.
Times Tables – 10 minutes
Children are expected to know their tables up to 12 x 12 by the end of Year 4. This knowledge needs to be retained and applied in a variety of mathematical contexts as they continue learning. Please ensure that tables knowledge is retained using Times Table Rockstars each week.
In addition to these: Reading
Please encourage your child to read with an adult at least 3 times per week for around 15 minutes. At this age, the time may be spent chatting about the text and the content of what they are reading rather than spending time decoding the text – you will know your child best in this respect.