# Tuesday

Good morning Year 6. I hope you all enjoyed the sunshine yesterday. Mrs Gillard told me that apparently it was 'Blue Monday' - but we had lots of fun in the classroom listening to Carole King. I hope you all did too.

Today's timetable looks like this:

These are suggested times (apart from the Zoom lessons), so fit your learning in when works best for you and your family.

Morning zoom session

https://zoom.us/j/97654902076?pwd=RWt5dU52aHV4UTNnTFpZS2JzblFFdz09

Meeting ID: 976 5490 2076

Passcode: year6

Afternoon zoom session

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/96211577444?pwd=dWIyRVVxNk8xYnVVWTlnMkpkall1Zz09

Meeting ID: 962 1157 7444

Passcode: year6

English

In today's lesson you will be  focusing on how we can use verbs and adverbs to bring our descriptive writing to life! We'll even look at how we can use verbs and adverbs to describe objects.

Watch the video - and follow the instructions the teacher gives you. Pause the video to do the activities and then complete the independent work at the end of the lesson.

Maths

Write today's short date (19/01) in your home learning book and have a go at these arithmetic questions:

Today, Year 6 we are not going to be using the White Rose video.....duh duh duh!

Instead - I have a little rap for you to listen to (I know how much you all love my songs and raps). It's to follow up on what we learned about yesterday - dividing fractions. You will be learning how to use a quick method to calculate easily, called the KFC method. Watch the video, and then look at the diagrams underneath.

## Dividing Fractions with KEEP, CHANGE, FLIP | Fractions Rap Song

If you click on the video and it asks you to watch it in YouTube - it should work without any problems.

Once you think you've got the hang of using this method, have a go at these fluency questions in your learning books:

Once you have completed the fluency questions, log on to LBQ and have a go at Task 3 - Divide Proper Fractions by Whole Numbers.

Remember, you need to make the whole numbers (integers) fractions first by putting them over 1 - like in the example on the left.

Log on to LBQ and have a go at the comprehension exercise. The code today is: