# Thursday 9th July 2020

Thursday 9th July 2020

AM

Good morning year 6. Let us start with the sign of the cross.

PE-Yellow Group : 9:15 to 9:35

Blue Group: 9:40 -10:00

Maths: To learn how to calculate missing angles in different shapes.

Open the Maths powerpoint attached to the blog, read the information ( from slide 40 to the end) and answer the questions in your book.

Try the angles in polygons worksheet attached to the blog.

Reinforce concept through Kahoot game - angles.

English: To understand and use phrases and clauses

https://www.softschools.com/quizzes/grammar/phrase_or_clause/quiz2825.html

Now, open the English powerpoint attached to the blog and complete the task in your book.

PM

Science:  To understand the work of different scientists.

Click on the link below to watch the video and then discussing with your teacher what you have learn.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/science-ks2-the-work-of-the-father-of-optics-alhazen/zry7vk7

Now, try this experiment with your teacher. Those at home should only do this with an adult present. If you are not able to do the experiment, write your prediction and then watch this video. Click on the link below.

What you need:

• 1 lemon
• 1 copper nail, screw, or wire, roughly 2 inches in length
• A zinc nail, screw, or galvanized nail, roughly 2 inches in length
• 1 holiday light with a 2-in. lead (basically, enough wire to connect the two nails)

Four simple steps to your fruit battery success:

1. Press down (gently) on your lemon and roll it around on a table to get the juices flowing inside it. You want it to be soft, but you don’t want to break the skin.
2. Insert both nails into the lemon, about 2 inches apart. Be sure they aren’t touching each other, and don’t let them puncture through the other side of your lemon.
3. Remove the insulation from around the holiday light’s

lead, exposing the bare wire beneath.

4.Wrap the exposed wire around both the copper nail and zinc nail.

What do you think will happen to the light bulb?

Write your prediction and remember to include why you think that.

After the experiment, explain the result in your book.

What can you conclude from that?

Kahoot Game