Year 6 have been working hard over the last 6 weeks to prepare a dance in the style of James Bond. They had different themes like obstacle courses, capoiera fighting dancing and intimidation with the option for free style at the end. Can you spot each section?!
Max, Jack, Keynan and Pierce
Taylor, Ethan, Leo and Joel
Courtney, Rosie, Zahara and Maddie
Madison, Olly, Billy, Emma, Amy and Will
Joe, Sam, Jensen and Zac
Celi, Ruby, Izzy and Millie
Today, you may like to use these videos when you are practising the four operations
Division using chunking:
Bus stop method:
Using grid method to multiply decimals
After reading the story from the ‘nice’ stepmother’s point of view, 6Q conducted a police interview to find out who really was in the wrong: Cindy or her ‘evil/nice/’ stepmother!
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Use this tutorial to help you draw a 3D hand
Make sure you are precise with your lines. Slap dash will not work!
Here is the website I was going to show you today (but it didn’t work!) for you to look at at home. It is much more interesting and useful than the one we looked at!
You may want to look at these websites at home or in your sessions at school to help you prepare for your presentation
www.worldvision.org (search disaster response)
www.nationalgeographic.com (search natural disasters)
Here is a link to your project instructions sheet
Use these links to answer your 2 key questions;
What are the main impacts on human lives after a natural disaster?
What can be done to help?
Link 1 (scroll down to the sub title ‘Human Impact of natural disasters’)
Link 2 This shows the impact of natural disasters on pets
Link 3 This shows the effects of a hurricane but there are links to the effects of lots of other natural disasters too
Link4 (scroll down to the ‘after’ sections)
Link 5 This shows 1 person’s story of survival