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Tuesday 02.03.21

Good morning, Y6 😊 Here are your tasks for today. Please complete everything on the list.

  • Y6 Live Chat @ 10am. Click here to join the meeting!
  • Post your morning mission on here.
  • Spelling for at least 15 mins.
  • Read your book for at least 15 minutes.
  • Play Times Tables Rock Stars for at least 15 minutes.
  • Watch Newsround.
  • Maths, English, PE and ICT lesson details on Notebook.
  • No Class Novel today.

Please send a photo of your work today to year6@worksoppriory.snmat.org.uk so I can give you some feedback.

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Morning Mission for Tuesday:
1.The earth has only one moon. It is named “Luna” in Italian, Latin and Spanish, “Lune” in French, “Mond” in German, and “Selene” in Greek.
2. Mercury and Venus have no moons. That’s right, Venus (and the planet Mercury) are the only two planets that don’t have a single natural moon orbiting them. Because of the sun’s gravity.

Hi Mrs Larkin, here is my morning mission about how many moons some of the planets have.
Jupiter = 79 moons
Saturn = 62 moons (one of Saturn’s moons is called Titan)
Earth = 1 moon (it is called Luna)
Mercury and Venus = 0 moons

Hope you like these facts. Have a lovely day.

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