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You could make a card like this and post it to someone you miss such as a grand parent.

Maths: This week our unit on angles continues. We build upon our learning and move on to angles in shapes.

This week every day you need to use The Maths Hub home learning page. You need to select Summer 1 Week 2 because this is the learning we need to cover (don't worry we are not behind) . Today your screen should look like this so make sure you are working from the right page. 

Watch the video as many times as you need to. Start the task and then mark your own answers. 



Literacy: To know how to use semi colons.

In Year 6 you have learnt to use semi colons. However in some pieces of work that have been sent to me, we have been forgetting to continue using them. Today go the BBC Bitesize page. There are some helpful videos to remind you how to use semi colons. Yesterday we wrote about NHS heroes. Today there is a video about Florence Nightingale to watch. Then write some sentences about Florence Nightingale using semi-colons to join two main clauses. 


Topic: Science.

I have been blown away with the superb quality of your science projects that you have emailed to me. Harry and William have both sent me videos of them doing some practical science to investigate how light travels. Today I thought we would try this one together. Over the next two days try out this investigation and email me your investigation by Thursday. 


You need some glass/plastic containers,some coins and water to pour into the container. Place the coins on a surface. Put the container over the coin. You can still see the coin if you sit next to the container, look at it from different angles. Think about how we can see the coin from the science we have learnt. In a moment you will pour some water into the container but first predict what you think could happen and why.  Now fill the container with water. Can you still see the coin? Look at it from sitting beside it. Sketch, photograph or video your practical work. Write your conclusion, what happened and why. See which scientific language you can use: light source, natural, artificial, light travels, straight lines, refraction or reflection.