Welcome to Class 6
Our teachers are Mrs Henderson and Mr Gohery.
- Week beginning 1st June – Class 6 Work
- Week beginning 27th April – Class 6 Work
- Week beginning 20th April – Class 6 Work
Good morning everyone! Here is an update on tasks this week I would like you to complete.
- For children who might like more arty things, visit Culture Street They have some nice things. Can also make/design own comic strips.
- The Maths Factor is now free to sign up. Apparently for ages 4 – 11. Created by Carol Vorderman.
- Competition to design a book token based around the idea of why it is good/important to share stories. Entries need to be in by April 10th and there are some good prizes if you happen to win. All details can be found at their website.
Recipe ideas with space theme:
Space related ideas:
- Draw or paint a picture of something Space related (Art).
- Write or record (on a phone) a daily blog as an astronaut in space (English).
- Create a limerick to help remember the order of the planets (English).
- Design your own alien and write words to describe them (Art and English) – could make him out of old socks (longer the better).
- Create a fact file about a famous Space Shuttle (History).
- Investigate the moon landing to decide if it was real or fake – plenty of websites on this.
- Design a job advert for an astronaut (English).
- Research someone who landed on the moon. Create a fact file (History).
- Write a message in a bottle to be left on a planet of your choice (English)
- Make a 3D model of an item from space (planet, rocket, stars etc.) (DT).
- Make a PowerPoint presentation/movie about The Solar System (Computing).
- With permission, watch a space related movie and create a piece of persuasion to promote it (poster/film trailer) – ideally War of the Worlds (12A) as this is the book we would have read, but any appropriate space movie would do.
- Take a picture of the moon each night for 28 days. Draw the image on paper (only has to be a small piece of paper – halve A4 (or smaller). Put the pages together (one picture per page) and make a flip book of how the moon changes.
- Watch (footage on youtube) the moon landing and then recreate it as best you can with members of your family (record it).
- Create a 3D model of the solar system (DT).
- Visit a virtual planetarium online.
- Create and record a TV program, teaching people facts about the solar system (English and Computing).
- Create your own space themed top trumps cards – based around the planets.
Some maths things:
- Space activities
- Children also like to play countdown – primaryhomework website
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