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Primary 6 Homework 24.02.2020

Good Evening,

Hope you all had a good Monday! This weeks homework is posted below.

-i & graph

Alibi, Graffiti, Spaghetti, Paparazzi, Telegraph, Biography, Geography, Photograph, Sometimes, Mountains, Young and Being,

Please remember to complete Look Say Cover Write and Check, 6 Sentences and your shoot words.

Maths –

Your maths homework this week is a revision of what we have been covering in class. We are moving on from multiples, factors and primes and budgeting. Below is a list of useful websites for you to use to revise. Please also remember to practice your multiplication tables.

Multiples and Factors https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=factors%20and%20multiples

Money and Budgeting https://natwest.mymoneysense.com/home/

shopping list game http://flash.topmarks.co.uk/4020

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/44/solve-2-step-money-problems-

 

Primary 6- MATHS

Hi everyone 🙂

This weeks maths homework is listed below.

In class we have been looking at factors, multiples and prime numbers. All we ask is that you try your best 🙂

Please remember an array is a collection of objects in equal groups of equal rows. 

Mild

  1. Write down the first 5 multiples of 5.
  2. Write down the next 5 multiples of 4, starting with 16.
  3.  Create an array to show the factors of 21.
  4.  Create an array to show the factors of 14.
  5. How many factors does 16 have?
  6. Write down two factors of 11.

Hot

  1. Write down the first 7 multiples of 9.
  2. Write down the next 6 multiples of 6, starting with  24.
  3. Create an array to show the factors of 24.
  4. How many arrays can you create to show all the factors of 12?
  5. How many factors does 36 have?
  6. How many factors does 18 have?

-Outdoor challenge-  ( for both mild & hot)

*Using any available outdoors materials *   examples-  sticks, stones, branches etc

Can you create an array to represent the factors of the following numbers?

  • 20
  • 7
  • 9

    Which of the following numbers is a prime number? Explain your answer.     

Using your materials create an array to show the equation   6 x 4  =  

We will be sharing our different examples in class on Friday. Have fun 🙂

Miss Gemmell, Miss Altman & Mr Morrison

 

Primary 6

Hi everyone 🙂

This weeks spelling is listed below. Please remember to do your look, say, cover, write & check. You can also create six sentences using your spelling words or challenge yourself and write a paragraph.

Rule – cial & tial

Crucial
Facial
Official
Artificial
Essential
Potential
Initial
Partial
Enough
Watch
Almost
Above

Please ensure that you have a reading book. Everyone must have some form of reading book that they can read at school. I will be hearing individual reading in class so please have your book ready.

Tuesday 18th Feb – 10 pieces dance. Please bring your P.E Kit.

MATHS homework will be posted shortly. This will be discussed in class tomorrow for you to complete for Friday.

Have a wonderful week,

Miss Gemmell

P6 Homework 27.1.20

Good Afternoon,

I hope you had a lovely weekend and an easy Monday! This weeks homework is posted below. Spelling is as normal , roots and shoots and sentences. Remember to check your spelling!

ious & tious words – previous, obvious, curious, furious, ambitious, cautious, infectious and nutritious.

Common words – children, night, without and second.

Maths Homework – As we have been learning about budgeting and being careful of our money your homework this week is to complete The Budget Game on the Moneysense website. If you have time try and play some of the other games to support your understanding of money. This link is posted below.

Budget Game – https://rbs.mymoneysense.com/students/students-8-12/the-budget-game/

Moneysense Website – https://rbs.mymoneysense.com/students/students-8-12/

Have a good week!

Miss Altman

 

P6 Homework Spelling & Maths 20/01/20

Good Morning!

We hope you have had a lovely relaxing weekend. This weeks homework is posted below.

Spelling – look, say, cover, write and check, sentences and root and shoot words. Please complete by Friday 25th

Maths – This weeks maths homework is data handling. Last week we where working on line graphs, finding and retrieving data and using this to create a line graph. Your homework task this week is to produce a line graph using data of your choice. Some examples are: the weather; temperature, rain fall, days of sun of a country of your choice, sweets in a jar or goals scored over a period of time. You can choose your own subject but please remember to create a table of the data which you collect and then create a graph, labelling it correctly. If you need any help or have any questions please ask in class before Friday. Remember to complete your graph on the squared paper provided.

ify & -ous

Horrify

Solidify

Identify

Specify

Enormous

Generous

Ridiculous

Poisonous

Those

Together

Often

Important

 

Author visit March 3rd 2020

We are very excited to announce the visit to the school of local author Lindsay Littleston.  She will be speaking to children in P5-7 about creative writing and life as an author.  Her books will be available to purchase on the day at the price of £6 each but there is absolutely no obligation to buy!  Children can bring cash on the day if they wish to buy.

She will be reading from her latest novels, The Titanic Detective Agency and Guardians of the Wild Unicorns.

It will be a fun, interactive presentation with a quiz, book reading and question and answer session.

Mrs Campbell (Literacy Champion)

P6 Spelling Homework 13.01.2020

Spelling

Please look, cover, write and check each word. Remember to use your words in a sentence or they can be part of a paragraph or short story.

Our rules this week are -ise & -ize

Remember to find out what the root is for the words and if there are any shoot words.

-ise & -ize

capsize

advise

advertise

disguise

exercise

surprise

revise

improvise

thought

might

while

example

 

P6 Burns Poetry Recitation

We are at that time of year again when Bishopton Primary celebrates the diversity of language that is spoken across Scotland. Oor Scots celebrations, as always will, build towards a special assembly when we can share popular poetry written in the Scots tongue.

In primary 6 it is tradition to focus on the poems of the bard Robert Burns. We would ask the children to choose a poem by Robert Burns to learn and recite to the class.

We expect the poem to be chosen by 16/01/2020 to give enough time for it to be memorized. Pupils will be given support within the class to learn and perform there poem.

 

BBC Robert Burns

Poems can be sourced from the link above. This site also has readers to help pupils with pronunciation.

Aw the best in selecting your poem.

Mr Morrison

 

Primary 6 Homework 06/01/2020

Happy New Year! Welcome back to term 3. I hope that you had a pleasant break and are refreshed, ready to  start a new term.

Spelling

In primary 6 we are increasing the spelling list to 12 words. Four common words and four for each of the spelling patterns.

Please look, cover, write and check each word. We expect at least 5 sentences now. They can be part of a paragraph or individual sentences.

Our rules this week are -ate and -ible.

Remember to find out what the root is for the words and if there are any shoot words.

-ible

Visible

Incredible

Sensible

Audible

-ate

Activate

Hibernate

Originate

Complicate

Common Words

Include

Built

High

Country

 

Maths Revision

Mild

Hot
1.    18×2 80×20
2.   3678 – 483 3678 divided by 5
3.   ½ of 610 ¾ of 640
4.   g – 7 = 40 g = ? g – 5 = -5   g = ?
5.   1.5 x 100 328 divided by 1000
6.   896 + 176 896.25 + 17.6
7.   5k = 25 k = ? 5k + 2 = 52 k = ?
8.   ¼ of 120 3/8 of 648
9.   56 x 10 56 x 13
10.                2/5 of 25 44.15 x 1000, subtract 87 =