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Hi class 6!

I will be posting activities on here each day for you to complete at home. These activities will recap some of the learning we have completed this year and there will also be some tasks that will be new to you. Remember, just like in class it doesn't matter if you make a mistake, find things challenging or don't understand. Just try your best. There is no expectation that you complete all the tasks but hopefully there will be something that you can enjoy and have a good go at.

Remember most of our independent task time in class is no longer that 20 minutes so please don't sit all day and try to complete everything all at once. Remember you need to have break times too!


Look after each other, I hope to see you really soon and I miss you all already!


Love from,


Miss Wilding


If you need to get in contact with me, we will have the blog and parents can also message the school office directly and they will pass the message onto me.

Spanish - Week 5

Today, we're going to apply our learning from the last three weeks on food!

So far, you've learnt the names of some breakfast (desayuno), lunch (almuerzo) and dinner (cena) foods as well as some drinks (bebidas)

I'd like you to imagine that you own a restaurant in Spain and I'd like you to create a menu of meals or items available for all three meals!

I've attached a template that you can use for your menu if you'd like to but you can design your own if you'd prefer! Make it bright and colourful to tempt customers to your restaurant and of course, the foods need to be written in Spanish! 

Post your work onto the blog to advertise your restaurant to your friends!


LO: As a linguist, can I name a variety of foods?

Spanish - Week 4

We have learnt so far that breakfast in Spanish is desayuno, lunch is almuerzo and today we are thinking about dinner!

Dinner in Spanish is cena (th -e - na)


Have a look at the PowerPoint and then have a go at the 2 activities below.


LO: As a linguist, can I name a variety of foods?

Spanish - Summer Week 3

After thinking about breakfast last week (desayuno), we are thinking about lunch this week!

Lunch in Spanish is almuerzo (pronounced al-mw-air- tho)


There are two tasks - one where you find out the names of different foods you might eat for lunch and the other is where you use this information to design your perfect lunch! (and no you can't just have chocolate and doughnuts - make sure you get something savoury in there too! ) 


The third task is optional but is based on you designing your perfect sandwich! What's not to like?


Perhaps, you and your family might even be able to recreate your perfect lunch or sandwich at home for real! Make sure you send me photos of your work because I'd love to see what you design!


LO: As a linguist, can I name a variety of foods?

Spanish - Summer Week 2

Hola Year 6 - I hope that you're all well and keeping safe.

This half term, we're going to think about FOOD!

Beginning with the most important meal of the day - breakfast!


In Spanish, breakfast is desayuno (des-eye-oo-no)

There is a choice of tasks below and some optional extras if you want to keep brushing up on your Spanish but essentially I'd like you to find out the names of some foods that are eaten for breakfast in Spain (and in England!) 

Have fun with this, rope your family in and learn together - Spanish is meant to be fun so enjoy!


Useful websites:

Spanish - Week 2, part 2

Now that we've learnt about the parts of the body in Spanish and the names of different animals in Spanish, we're going to combine the two!


I'd like you to design your own animal - it might have the head of a crocodile, the neck of a giraffe, the body of a penguin and the arms of a tiger. Use you imagination - go wild! You could either draw your animal into your book or print off pictures of animals and then cut them up to create your new creature.


After you've done this, you'll need to describe your animal. 

You will need to say:


Mi animal tiene (EL/LA _______) de (UN/UNA _________).

My animal has (the body part) of (the animal). 


E.g. Mi animal tiene la cabeza de un cocodrilo. My animal has the head of a crocodile.

       Mi animal tiene el cuello de una jirafa. My animal has the neck of a giraffe.

       Mi animal tiene el estomago de un pinguino. My animal has the stomach of a penguin. 

Spanish - Week 2

We're going to do a bit of a Spanish project over the next 2 days.

Today, we're going to revise and remember our work on animals in Spanish.

Then tomorrow, you're going to use this learning combined with your learning last week on parts of the body to design your own animal! (More on that tomorrow!)


Today, I've uploaded a set of photographs of different animals and a set of names of these animals in Spanish.


It is up to you what you do with these... You could:

- print off the photos and the names and match them up in your book

- print off the photos and stick them in your book then find out and write the names of each animal in Spanish underneath.

- print out the names of the animals, translate the ones you know and then research the ones you don't know. 


OR, if you don't have a printer or you don't want to print anything out, you might:

- open the photos document on the computer and then draw each animal into your book before writing the names of the animal in Spanish next to it

- open the animal names document and write each name into your book. Then research the meaning of each name and translate the Spanish into English.


I really don't mind how you decide to work as long as you know what each animal is called in Spanish!

Remember, I'd love to see what you get up to so please snap some pictures and upload them onto the blog if you or your parents get a chance.


If you're struggling, these translation websites are good:

Spanish - Week 1

To consolidate our Spanish learning from last week and make sure that you have the vocabulary at home, we are going to continue thinking about the body.

Your task is to either print a picture of a person/skeleton and stick it into your book OR if you don't have a printer, you could draw a picture of a body/skeleton into your book (or stick in a photograph of you!)


You then need to label these body parts in Spanish on your picture:

head, hair, face, eyes, ears, nose, mouth, teeth, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, fingers, back, stomach, waist, legs, knees, feet, toes, body


I'm hoping that you can remember some of the vocabulary from our lessons last week but if you're struggling, these translation websites are good:

Head Shoulders Knees & Toes, Spanish version.mp4

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Just in case you feel like teaching the song to anyone at home... :) Enjoy!