Your task this week is to read book reviews posted by other Year 6 children.
There are two links below; perhaps you can find some more.
After you have read several, post a blog below explaining which of the books you would now like to read and why. Perhaps you could even invest some of your Christmas money or visit the library to find one of the books!
Mrs R and Mrs de B
A couple of people have said the links aren’t working- if you copy and paste them into the web address bar, you should be taken to the websites.
Mrs de B
Last week a rucksack appeared in our corridor; we have no idea still whose it is! Who do you think owned the rucksack? What does he/she look like?
Was it Nigel Thornberry’s rucksack? I assume not…
Our new topic in year 6 is the Rainforest. It’s going to be brilliant!
We have an exciting term ahead; we will be learning lots of new things and have Dave, the Rainforest expert, coming in for a fantastic active day.
As we began our new topic, a random rucksack appeared in our corridor… Mrs Rosevear and Mr Prosser had no idea where it came from. However, it turns out Mrs de Board found it on her Christmas travels to the Amazon Rainforest as preparation for our new topic! Who do you think it belongs to? What does it contain? What are all of the items used for? What does it tell you about the Amazon Rainforest?
It would be great if you could solve the mystery!
Please write a letter to the person you wrote about in your biography. This needs to be a formal piece of writing that is at least 3 paragraphs long.
You could explain that you have been writing a biography about them and why you chose them. Perhaps you could ask them some questions about areas of their life that you don’t know about, or for some quotes to include.
Due back on Wednesday 3rd December.
On Thursday 20th November during our science lesson, we looked at creating “pin-hole cameras”. There are a lot of photos below of us either creating them or using them.
What exactly are they? How did we make them? How do they work?
During our year group assembly on Thursday, we watched Sainsbury’s Christmas advert for this year. Some of us had already seen it and were very enthusiastic about it. Most of the year commented on the advert – it is brilliant, very moving.
What message does the advert convey to us?
What event is the advert based around?
Have a go at the game above and post your highest score below. Which known facts did you use to help you?
Which of the characters is right? Why?
Another suffixes lesson, this time the ‘-ul’ sound. Have a go at the activity below and see how many points you can achieve. Share your best score beneath this post.
Some are pretty tricky- use the hint button for a clue!
Mrs de B