Maths HW due 13th Dec
Adding and subtracting fractions and finding equivalent FDP
A is the easier and B the harder questions
6B Class Treat
The class have earned their first class treat of the year and have voted to have a film/PJ party. They have also voted to watch the Princess Bride as their film. This is a PG but is rated as suitable movie for children aged 9-11; therefore, we will go ahead with watching this unless I receive a written request that you are not happy for your child to watch this movie.
Children are also allowed to bring in a Onesie/PJ’s to change into and an individual size treat eg: popcorn/small bag of sweets/crisps.
Maths Homework set 1/12 due 6/12
Fractions - Simplifying and comparing
you MUST do the times table practice, questions 1-9 in comparing and all of section A in simplifying.
The extension is to complete the THINK Challenge and section B questions of the simplifying page.
Below find a copy of a fractions wall to help you.
Maths Homework Due 29th Nov
Children have a sheet that covers all aspects of the past 3 weeks of work in shape. This should be completed in their books.
They also have a sheet to finish a mind map of all the facts around shape that they have been learning over the past 3 weeks. We started these in class but if they could be completed and checked at home for understanding that would be much appreciated.
Maths Homework Due 22nd Nov
Shape - Area and Perimeter
There are 2 levels of Homework this week which the children have been given dependent on their understanding demonstrated in class. Homework A is the easier and Homework B the harder.
Maths Homework Due 15th Nov
Finding missing angles and missing values of perimeter.
Maths Homework - Mr Browns Maths Group
Part 1 - Multiplication and Division facts
There are 3 levels of challenge on the sheet A-easiest to C- Hardest. The children should choose the appropriate challenge and complete one whole section. If they find that they are finding it easy they should stop after 3 or 4 questions and choose the next level of difficulty. Equally the opposite is ok if their first choice is too much of a challenge.
If they are very confident and want to really show off how excellent they are completing 2 sections would be great as the majority of the sums can be completed mentally using their number knowledge.
Part 2 - all children should attempt the small multiples section of work - if they have time and really want to stretch themselves they can try the super challenge questions.
For English Homework please check Year 6 General Letters
Set 6/10 Due 11/10