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Woodside Primary School

Believe, Achieve, Succeed

Thursday 7th May

OPTIONAL VE DAY TASK: SEE TOMORROW FOR DETAILS (MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW)

 

Joe Wicks PE:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

Minimaths:
To access the minimaths tasks:

Go to minimaths.co.uk

Click on year 6 arithmetic practice papers

Scroll down to week 20 and open

Write down the questions (or print) and solve them

Answers are available as 'days' under the answers link

 

Maths:

https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

 

If anybody would like to have a game of Times Tables Rock Stars, I propose that at 10:45am-11:15am and/or 2:15pm-2:45pm you log on and we can try and get some games going against each other. I have put two times in case there are some of you who can't get on at one of those times and we will play daily!

No one has been able to beat me yet! My personal best is 79. Bring it on!

 

English:

For your English task, go to https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdnkd6f and watch the videos to complete the activities. 

 

There is a spelling list below for you to practise and I would like you to select another 7 or 8 to practise. I would suggest that you try them and see which ones you know you need to work on!

 

REMEMBER TO GIVE YOURSELF A SPELLING TEST TODAY!

 

Science:

For your science task, I would like you to conduct an experiment on your pulse rate.

For this task, you are going to decide on a number of different exercises to complete and how long you are going to do them for.

The point of this task is to see what different exercises do to your pulse rate.

I would recommend doing at least 4 different exercises for a period of time (probably longer than 15 seconds to get a clear change in pulse rate) that you decide on.

You are going to record your resting heart rate for 15 seconds (see instructions for how to do this) and then record your heart rate for 15 seconds immediately after stopping the exercise.

Remember to get your heart rate back to resting levels before starting another exercise so you’re your results are fair and clear.

Every person has a different heart rate so you could compare with someone else at home (if they are willing!) but also to see if different exercises raise pulse rates more/less in different people.

NOTE: Anyone with any medical condition/s, please be supervised by an adult when completing this.

Create a table (or use the example one below) to predict and record your results to compare.

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