Go to minimaths.co.uk
Click on year 6 arithmetic practice papers
Scroll down to week 21 and open
Write down the questions (or print) and solve them
Answers are available as 'days' under the answers link
For your maths task, go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/ and watch the videos to answers the questions on the activity under 'Summer Term - Week 1 - vertically opposite angles'. Click on get 'Get the activity' to open up the activity to do. These can be printed or the answers can be written on paper (whatever is easier for you!).
The answers are also available for you to check your own work (after you have answered the questions!) - click 'get the answers'.
Lesson 2 and 3 is for today.
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 76. Bring it on!
For your English task, I have included a PowerPoint of a Mayan story below. I have not included all of the story as we will look at it in parts this week.
There are 8 slides on the PowerPoint to go through to get to know the beginning of the story and the character 'Pik'. I shall upload the whole story tomorrow for you to find out how the story finishes!
Having now read the first 8 slides, I would like you to write a short prediction using PEE (point, evidence, explanation) as to how the rest of the story will turn out, using the 3 new characters that have been introduced and persuaded to help.
Then after your prediction, write the rest of the story (in third person) to show what happens to Pik and the other characters. Don't forget to include relative clauses, parentheses and a wide range of adventurous vocabulary to make this really stand out!
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!
For you history task, I would like you to find out about Pok-A-Tok as a game. I have included a couple of links and some resources below for you to understand how, where and why this game was played. After finding out about Pok-A-Tok, I would like you to design a poster for 'match day' where Pik (and his new companions possibly) battle against the god Chac from the story that we have looked at. I have included some examples of 'battle posters' and match day examples of two teams facing off against each other. The poster should include the date of the match (31 January 600AD), who will be competing, the location (Chichen Itza Great Ball Court), the purpose of the match and the entry price (in Mayan times!).