Speed= Distance divided by time Distance = Speed x Time Time = Distance divided by speed
Find the speed (km/h) if…..
A. Distance= 184km Time = 4hrs B. Distance= 455km Time = 7hrs
C. Distance= 444km Time = 6hrs D. Distance= 265km Time = 5hrs
Find the time if …….
A. Distance= 375km Speed = 75km/h B. Distance= 306km Speed = 68km/h
C. Distance= 294km Speed = 56km/h D. Distance= 315km Speed = 84km/h
Find the distance if ………..
A.Time= 4 hrs Speed = 50km/h B. Time= 5 hours Speed = 60km/h
C. Time= 6 hrs Speed = 75km/h D. Time= 3hrs 45 mins Speed = 84km/h
Follow this link. Click on Super Sleuth 6th class General ebooks, Students online text book. Try the activities in Unit 4 Multiplication and Division Page 20-23
Follow this link. Go to primary level 6th class Word Wizard English online text book.
Do as many activities as you can from Unit 11 Page 61- 66
Eng: Me you him her we you (plural) they
AR – Orm ort air uirthí orainn oraibh orthú
AG – Agam agat aige aici againn agaibh acu
DO – Dom duit dó di duinn daoibh dóibh
LE – Liom leat leis leí linn libh leo
Try making some sentences e.g. Mar shampla
Follow the link and go to 6th class Gaeilge “ Leigh sa bhaile F”
Grow in love
Ms. O’Shaughnessy’s Group:
Hi girls, I hope you are all well and enjoying the work that’s being set for you. Here is some more work to keep you going. Remember; only do as much as you can. If you like, you can post your answers on Seesaw or ask me a question if you’re having any problems with it:
Last week we focused on calculating percentage profit and loss. Here is a quick recap:
You worked on calculating the percentage profit or loss on a transaction by applying the formula P or L/C.P. x 100/1. ( /= divided by)
This week we are going to learn how to calculate a selling price (S.P). Look at the example below:
A rare book was originally bought for €340 and later sold at a profit of 25%. What was its selling price?
Now try these
C. Work it out:
Maths language revision:
Can you explain the following terms? If not, look them up. You might like to add them to a “dictionary” (back of your copy, A4 page etc). Be as specific as you can when giving your definition.
What am I?
How are you getting on with the puzzle books? Continue choosing a challenge each day if you can.
Challenge of the week (only if you have time on your hands, it’s just to stretch your brains!): Visit the website www.dcbeagle.com/index.html. You can also access it via the Maths Ireland website at www.mathsweek.ie
Choose one activity daily from one of the puzzle books. Book 6 is for age 11+ but you may prefer to start with Book 5 or 4 as they are quite tricky. Record your rough-work. You might like to take a picture of your work and upload it to your Seesaw account.
Ms O’Shaughnessy’s English group:
If you are in my English group, have a look at these activities. Do the activities that apply to you. Not all of the suggestions will apply to each girl that comes to the group so if it doesn’t make sense to you, don’t worry! I put an activity up on Seesaw last week which you might like to look at if you get a chance. Also, if you would like to upload any of the work you have done for my group, I’d love to see it.
MRAH Book 6:
Monday: p.81 The Fugitive
Tuesday: p. 82 Partners in Nature
Wednesday: p. 83 Recipe for a Class Outing
Thursday: p. 84 Persephone
Friday: p.81 Duck-Billed Platypus
Activity A: You read another Greek legend, Pandora’s Box a couple of weeks ago. This week you are reading the legend of Persephone. Can you make a “Family Tree” of the Greek Gods? Visit the link https://www.ducksters.com to help you.
Activity B: Re-read the text Partners in Nature on p.82. Choose one plant or animal and write a report on them (approximately 1 page). Remember a report is used to describe or classify things the way they are. They organise and record information. Your report will use the following structures:
Classification (e.g., the Venus Flytrap is an insectivore. This means that it…
Description: Where you find it, what it eats etc.
Summarising comments. Remember to include subject specific vocabulary in your report.
MRAH Book 4:
Monday: P. 79 The Leaning Tower of Pisa
Tuesday: P.80 Timber Wolf
Wednesday: P. 81 Replacement Teacher
Thursday: P.82 Elephants
Friday: P. 83 Cheesecake with Strawberry Topping
Activity A: Why not try and make the Cheesecake with Strawberry Topping if you get a chance? Take a picture of it and upload it to your Seesaw account. Write out the procedure in your own words, including: Ingredients, Method or Steps. Save a slice for me!
Activity B: Continue with English workbook if you have it- do one page a day (this applies to some girls only)
For all girls attending the group: Word of the Day- look up the word and add to your dictionary
(This can just be a page at the back of your copy). Use the word in a sentence: