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Year 6 homework - Summer (1) 2020

 

WORK FOR FRIDAY 22ND MAY

English - (writing) - Literacy Home Learning YouTube lessons by Mr Stringer.  Watch the lesson 2 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths  Click here for the Friday Maths Challenge (Summer term Week 5 - Friday). Click the + icon on the Summer term week 5 bar, then click 'Get the Activity' to access the task.

English (reading) - 'The Man in the Mask' (Literacy Planet)

History - The Shang Dynasty 1600 - 1046 BC (BBC Bitesize) 

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

WORK FOR THURSDAY 21ST MAY

English - (writing) - Today children will start a brand new unit. Watch the lesson 1 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Decimals as Fractions' (Summer Term, week 5, lesson 4), then do the worksheet below. You can mark your work afterwards.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/worksheets/lesson_4_-_decimals_as_fractions_2019.pdf

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/answers/lesson_4_answers_-_decimals_as_fractions_2019.pdf

Maths Stretch - Round the dice decimals

Science - Which organisms lived during which era of time? (Oak Academy)

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

TT Rockstars - 15 minutes per day please! If you want a change, do Hit the Button.

WORK FOR WEDNESDAY 20TH MAY

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 17 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Divide decimals by Integers' (Summer Term, week 5, lesson 2), then do the worksheet below. You can mark your work afterwards.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/worksheets/lesson_3_-_divide_decimals_by_integers_2019.pdf

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/answers/lesson_3_answers_-_divide_decimals_by_integers_2019.pdf

English (reading) - 'The Germ Killer - Part Two' (Literacy Planet)

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

TT Rockstars - 15 minutes per day please! If you want a change, do Hit the Button.

WORK FOR TUESDAY 19TH MAY

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 16 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Multiply decimals by integers' (Summer term, week 5, lesson 2), then do the worksheet below. Don't forget to mark your work afterwards.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/worksheets/lesson_2_-_multiply_decimals_by_integers_2019.pdf

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/answers/lesson_2_answers_-_multiply_decimals_by_integers_2019.pdf

 RE - Read and answer the questions below.

Through our Baptism and Confirmation, we receive the gift of the Holy Spirit and are called to be people who spread the message about Jesus' resurrection and to be witnesses in our present world. There are many ways of being a witness – by prayer, our words, our life and kind deeds.   

Fr. Balashowry: Providing refuge.

Fr. Balashowry is the director of the Don Bosco Centre for street children in Hyderabad, India.  The centre rescues children from the streets and provides counselling, food, clothing, medicine, education, recreation, and aims at eventually rehabilitating the children to their families.  There are currently over 50 boys at the centre.  Most of them will have been found by the staff, begging at the train and bus station.  Over a third of them are orphans and the rest have run away from home.  Fr. Balashowry offers a loving home for them in which they can feel safe and regain hope for their future.

As well as funding the children’s education, the centre has workshops where it provides training in trades like carpentry, tailoring, and engineering.  They also have a bakery where a former resident of the shelter now teaches baking to the children.  These classes all help to give the boys the skills and motivation to find employment in the future.  While the centre aims to rehabilitate children to their families, they are not forced back to their homes.  The boys are encouraged to return to their families and spend some time with them, but they are welcome to return to the shelter and continue their studies.  The boys need to trust that they will be supported and helped to finish their education.  Fr. Balashowry is there for them until they are ready and able to move on.

The staff at the shelter have to be available at all hours of the day.  Sometimes, there might be a knock at the door in the middle of the night, and someone needs to be ready to let the child in and look after them.  The centre is open seven days a week and staff are always available.  Fr. Balashowry and the staff need to provide care and guidance and show the children that they are loved.  When told he was inspirational, Fr. Balashowry humbly responded, “It is God’s work”.

You will find that, in your local area, there are many Christians inspired by the Holy Spirit who witness to the love of God by their care for those in need.  They may visit the sick in hospital or at home, provide food and shelter for the homeless like The Mother of Mercy Society in Liverpool.  Sometimes, it is the small things that you do in your life, a kind word, a smile, lending a helping hand and perhaps doing something no one notices that is a real witness to the love of God and the power of the Holy Spirit.

In Paul’s letter to the people living in Ephesus he writes: God has made us what we are, and in our union with Christ Jesus he has created us for a life of good deeds, which he has already prepared for us to do. Ephesians 2:10

 1. What does Fr. Balashowry do?

2. What does rehabilitation mean?

3. How do children come to the centre?

4. What do you think of Fr. Balashowry and his staff ?

5. What would you find challenging about his mission?

6. Why is their work so necessary?

Stretch - Research and write a paragraph about a London charity that is helping others at the moment. What do they do to help, and why is it so important at this time?

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

TT Rockstars - 15 minutes per day please! If you want a change, do Hit the Button.

WORK FOR MONDAY 18TH MAY

Hello Year 6! We hope you've had a good weekend.

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 15 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000' (Summer term, week 5, lesson 1), then do the worksheet below. Don't forget to mark your work afterwards. The answers are below the worksheet.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/worksheets/lesson_1_-_multiply_and_divide_by_10__100_and_1_000.pdf

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_5/answers/lesson_1_answers_-_multiply_and_divide_by_10__100_and_1_000.pdf

Maths stretch - click here.

SPaG - Intransitive verbs (Literacy Planet)

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

Art - Get a pencil, paper and rubber ready and click here for a relaxing drawing lesson.

TT Rockstars - 15 minutes

WORK FOR FRIDAY 15TH MAY

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 14 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths  Click here for the Friday Maths Challenge (Summer term Week 4 - Friday). Click the + icon on the Summer term week 4 bar, then click 'Get the Activity' to access the task. 

English (reading) - 'The Germ Killer - Part One' (Literacy Planet)

Geography - 'The World' (BBC Bitesize)

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

TT Rockstars - 10 minutes

 

WORK FOR THURSDAY 14TH MAY

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 13 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

English (reading) - 'Kenyan Mountain Gorillas' (Literacy Planet)

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Fractions of amounts' (Summer term Week 4 - lesson 4). Click the + icon on the Summer term week 4 bar, then click the video to play. The maths worksheet is below.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_4_lessons_and_answers/worksheets/lesson_4_fractions_of_an_amount_2019.pdf

Maths Stretch - Fraction Bars

Science - 'What are the different animal kingdoms?' (Oak Academy)

WORK FOR WEDNESDAY 13TH MAY

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 12 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Divide fractions by integers' (Summer term Week 4 - lesson 3). Click the + icon on the Summer term week 4 bar, then click the video to play. The maths worksheet is below.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_4_lessons_and_answers/worksheets/lesson_3_divide_fractions_by_integers__2__2019.pdf

 

Maths stretch - click here

Science - How do fossils provide evidence for the theory of evolution? (Oak Academy) 

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

Times Table Rockstars - 15 minutes.

WORK FOR TUESDAY 12TH MAY

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 10 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Multiply fractions by fractions' (Summer term Week 4 - lesson 1). Click the + icon on the Summer term Week 4 bar, then click the video to play. The maths lesson worksheet is below.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_4_lessons_and_answers/worksheets/lesson_2_multiply_fractions_by_fractions_2019.pdf

Art - Paint your own masterpiece with the Tate Gallery. Click here. 

Geography - Look at the PDF below '30 Freaky Facts about Weather'. Discuss with someone at home or write down answers: How many different types of weather can you find? How can weather affect humans? How can it affect animals? What are your top five most interesting facts from the sheet?

View document 30_freaky_facts_about_weather.pdf

Music - click here.

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

Times Table Rockstars - 15 minutes.

WORK FOR MONDAY 11TH MAY

We hope that you had a good bank holiday weekend.

English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 10 video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Multiplying fractions by integers' (Summer term Week 4 - lesson 1). Click the + icon on the Summer term Week 4 bar, then click the video to play.  The maths lesson worksheet is below.

View document covid_19_home_learning/year_6/white_rose_maths/week_4_lessons_and_answers/worksheets/lesson_1_multiply_fractions_by_integers_2019.pdf

Maths stretch - click here.

RE - Look at the story about Stephen. (below)

1. What 5 personal qualities did Stephen need, to preach the word of God to people who did not want to listen?

2 Research and write a paragraph about another hero who has dared to speak out for their beliefs. (e.g Greta Thunberg, Rosa Parks or Ghandi

View document acts_6_6-7_6.pdf

Grammar - 'Simple to complex' - Literacy Planet

Geography - do this quick quiz (map skills 1 - www.educationquizzes.com)

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

Times Table Rockstars - 15 minutes.

 

 

FRIDAY 8TH MAY

Happy Bank Holiday! There is no home learning today so enjoy your day off.

WORK FOR THURSDAY 7TH MAY

English (writing) - English (writing) - Watch the lesson 9 video of Literacy Home Learning and complete the task for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Mixed Addition and Subtraction' (Summer term Week 3 - lesson 4). Click the + icon on the Summer term Week 3 bar, then click the video to play. Finally, click 'get the activity' to access the task. Don't forget to mark your work afterwards.

Maths Stretch - Fractions in a Box

Times Tables Rock Stars - 15 mins

Science - What is the theory of evolution? (Oak Academy)

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

WORK FOR WEDNESDAY 6TH MAY

A big thank you to Y6 students who have sent us pictures of their homework. It was so nice to hear from you. Stay in touch! (You can use the school email address.)

English (writing) - English (writing) - Watch the lesson 8 video of Literacy Home Learning and complete the task for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Add and subtract fractions' (Summer term Week 3 - lesson 3). Click the + icon on the Summer term Week 3 bar, then click the video to play. Finally, click 'get the activity' to access the task. Don't forget to mark your work afterwards.

Maths stretch - click here

English (reading) - 'Dear Menzies' (Literacy Planet)

PE - complete a daily mile, dance routine or Joe Wicks PE class every morning.

RE - The Jewish Calendar (Busy Things)

 

 

WORK FOR TUESDAY 5TH MAY

English (writing) - Watch the lesson 7 video of Literacy Home Learning and complete the task for Y6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Compare and order fractions' (Summer term Week 3 - Lesson 2). Click the = icon on the Summer term Week 3 bar, then click the video to play. Finally, click 'get the activity' to access the task. Don't forget to mark your work afterwards.

Times Tables Rock Stars - 15 mins

Humanities - Busy Things (Write a weather report for the coming weekend.)

Music with Tick Tock - click here for the lesson.

Art - Make an origami penguin with the instructions below.

View document penguinorigami.pdf

WORK FOR MONDAY 4TH MAY

English (Writing) - Watch the lesson 6 video of Literacy Home Learning and complete the tasks for year 6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Simplify fractions' (Summer term Week 3 - Lesson 1) Click the + icon on the Summer term Week 3 bar, then click the video to play. Finally, click 'get the activity' to access the task.

Times tables Rock Stars - 15 minutes

RE - Read Acts 1 6-14 (below) and answer the following questions:

1. Why do you think the disciples asked Jesus about restoring the kingdom? (Hint; it seems as if the disciples still had not understood that Jesus’ kingdom was not an earthly one, but the kingdom of the heart.)

2. What is the meaning of the word ‘Ascension’?

3. What do you think the power of the Holy Spirit would enable them to do?

4. Research what, how and why the Jewish people celebrate the festival of Pentecost or Shavuot today. Explain how it influences their lives.

View document acts_1_6-14.pdf

WORK FOR FRIDAY 1ST MAY

English (writing) - Watch Lesson 5 of Literacy Home Learning and compete the task for Year 6. Please click here for the video.

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Ratio and Proportion Problems' (Week 2 - Lesson 2). Click the + icon on the Week 2 bar, then click the videos to play. Finally click 'Get the Activity' to access the task.  

Maths Stretch - In the Money

Times Tables Rock Stars - 15 minutes

Geography - Busy Things (World Climate Zones)

PE - Daily PE with Joe Wicks on YouTube

WORK FOR THURSDAY 30TH APRIL

English (writing) -English (writing) - Watch the Lesson 4 video and then complete the tasks for Y6.  Please click here for the video. 

English (reading) - Literacy Planet Comprehension 'Mrs Pratchett'

Maths - Click here to watch the lesson 'Calculating scale factors' (Week 2 - Lesson 1). Click the + icon on the Week 2 bar, then click the videos to play. Finally click 'Get the Activity' to access the task.  

Maths Stretch - Pumpkin Pie Problem - click here

Times Tables Rock Stars - 15 minutes

Design Technology - Busy Things (Fashion Designer)

WORK FOR WEDNESDAY 29TH APRIL

English (writing) -  English - Welcome to a new series of lessons. These are suitable for Y 1- 6. Watch the video and then complete the tasks appropriate for your ability. Please click here to play the video. 

English (reading) - Literacy Planet Comprehension 'That Fateful Day'

Maths - Click to here watch the lesson 'Using scale factors' (week 1 lesson 5). Click the + icon on the Week 1 bar, then click the videos to play. Finally click 'Get the Activity' to access the task. click  

TT Rockstars - Practise for at least 15 minutes

Music with Tick Tock - Click here for the lesson

Humanities - Busy Things - Producers and exporters of  bananas

WORK FOR TUESDAY 28TH APRIL

 English - Welcome to a new series of lessons. These are suitable for Y 1- 6. Watch the video and then complete the tasks appropriate for you ability. Please click here to play the video. 

Maths - Watch lesson 4 'calculating ratio', then do the activity and finally mark your work. White Rose maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

Stretch - Play Ratio Rumble. https://www.brainpop.com/games/ratiorumble/

Answer from the stretch 'Jumping' questions yesterday: The first jump was 250cm; the second jump was 80cm.

ICT - Go to  Busy Things. Click 'computing', then 'Busy Code' and 'Code disco'. Work through the tutorial, 1st challenge and 1st project.

RE - Read Luke 24 (you can find the text online). Luke describes how Jesus told the disciples that they were witnesses to his death and resurrection and had read the Scriptures (Old Testament). As witnesses, they were expected to tell all nations of what they had seen and spread the word of God.

Choose one of these activities: 

  • Write an eye witness account Of Jesus' death and resurrection as if you were one of the disciples. Show understanding of the account by making links to the Scripture and your experience and feelings of the events.
  • Create a cartoon strip that tells the story of Like 24.
  • Answer these questions: 

1. How do you think the disciples felt when they heard these words?

2. What did Jesus mean when he said ‘...the prophets and the psalms must be fulfilled?’

3. What do you understand by the disciples being the witnesses of Jesus?

4. Why does Jesus want everyone to be baptised?

5. Why do you think some of Jesus’ disciples were in doubt?

6. What mission did Jesus give his disciples?

 

WORK FOR MONDAY 27TH APRIL

Hello Year 6. We have spoken to some of you on the phone and hope to catch up with more of you this week. It's nice to find out how you are and what you've been doing during this strange time.  So good to hear that you're doing your home learning - well done.  

English - Welcome to our new series of lessons. These are suitable for Y1-Y6. Watch the video and then complete the tasks for Y6. Please click here for the video.

RE - Witnesses. Write the answers in your book. 1.Who inspires you? 2. Why? 3. What do you think inspires them? Next, read the text below and answer the questions.

What should Connor say?
Connor was cycling home from school when he saw his elder sister, Kylie, with a
group of boys. He knew some of the boys; they were tough and didn’t care what anyone said to them. They were from the local secondary school, where Connor would be
going in September.

Connor got off his bike and hid behind a parked car where no one could see him.
He was fond of Kylie, even though she was always telling him he was stupid. He
knew it was only teasing. As he watched, he wondered why he had stopped. Was it curiosity? Was he spying or was he really concerned about Kylie? He wasn’t sure.

Kylie was laughing. One of the boys offered her a cigarette which she took.

Connor knew his parents  could be cross if they found out. Kylie was only fourteen.
He could see Kylie shaking her head and beginning to walk away, one of the boys held her arm and started arguing with her. Another pushed her, while another got hold of her bag. Kylie grabbed it back and started to run.

The boys let her go, but shouted after her; ‘You’d better have the money tomorrow!’
Connor didn’t know what to do. There were too many boys for him to tackle. Kylie
was walking home now.

Connor got home first. His mother asked him if he had seen Kylie on the way. Before he could answer Kylie arrived home.

1. How do you think Connor felt?

2. What do you think Connor should do? He was a witness to an incident. What are his choices?

3. What do you think happened next?

4. Who do you think needs courage in this situation?

5. What would you do?

6. Have you ever been in a situation where you have needed courage to witness? What happened?

Stretch - can you think of a Bible story where someone needed courage to be a witness? Did they manage to do it?

Humanities - Cities of England (Busy Things)

SPaG - Comparison connectives (Literacy Planet)

TT Rockstars - 15 minutes per day, please! Or if you would like a change, go for Hit The Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Maths - watch the third ratio lesson on White Rose Maths. Then do the activity and mark it  when you have finished. Follow this link or copy and paste it into your browser. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

Maths stretch - Jumping (below). The answer will be revealed tomorrow.

Jumping


Ben is hoping to enter the long jump at his school sports day.  
One day I saw him manage quite a good jump.
However, after practising several days a week he finds that he can jump half as far again as he did before.
This last jump was 3.75 metres long.
So how long was the first jump that I saw?
 

 high


Now Mia has been practising for the high jump.
I saw that she managed a fairly good jump, but after training hard, she managed to jump half as high again as she did before.
This last jump was 1.20 metres.
So how high was the first jump that I saw?
 
How did you work these out?
Can you find any other ways of finding a solution?
Which way do you prefer?  Why?  

 

HOMEWORK FOR FRIDAY 24TH APRIL

CGP Arithmetic book p47 - Fractions, decimals and percentages OR

 GGP Arithmetic Stretch p.39 - Fractions decimals and percentages

English - 

Write a story summary - Busy Things

SPaG -

Transitive verbs - Literacy Planet

Humanities - 

UK Countries and capitals

WORK FOR THURSDAY 23RD APRIL

Maths -

CGP Arithmetic book - complete pages 44 - 46 (Dividing fractions, percentages) or CGP Arithmetic Stretch book - pages 36 - 38 (Dividing fractions, percentages)

Don't forget to do TT Rockstars

Science - 

Label the human skeleton - Busy Things

History -

Rationing in WW2 - Busy things

PE -

Practise some of the stretches we have done to warm up in PE. Try to stretch every part of your body, thr lie still and relax for five minutes.

 

WORK FOR WEDNESDAY 22ND APRIL

Today is Earth Day and people all over the world are asked to plant seeds, shower instead of bath, start recycling their rubbish or just switch off their electricity for an hour at 8pm on Earth Day.

PE - You should be taking exercise everyday for your mental and physical health. Go for a run or do Joe Wicks workout every morning. If you prefer, design and practice a high-energy dance routine.

Getting ready for Year 7 - Visit BBC Bitesize lessons and find 'Starting Secondary School' (April 24th). Watch the short videos. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zj2grj6

English - Click or copy and paste this link into your browser. https://www.kidssavingtherainforest.org/the-rainforest-287054.html

Read the information. Use your retrieval skills to answer these questions:

1. What percentage of Earth's living things are in the rainforests?

2. How are rainforests useful to scientists and doctors?

3. As rainforests diminish (shrink), what or who is at risk of extinction?

4. Why do farmers burn down the rainforest?

5. What gas causes global warming?

6. What two other risks are there to the rainforest?

7. How is this charity helping our environment?

Maths - Complete the second lesson and questions about ratio on White Rose maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

Don't forget to practice your timestables on TT Rockstars.

WORK FOR TUESDAY 21ST APRIL

Maths - learn about ratio with White Rose maths. There is a lesson and activity for you at https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

English -  You can do this on paper or go to the task set on Busy Things. Think of a book you have read. Summarise it in six parts. To do this, think of the six main events and write a short paragraph about each. This should be in third person and present tense (e.g. First, the hero finds a mysterious key. He decides to keep it secret and goes on a mission to find out what the key opens.) 

Art - Make some Street Art with the Tate Gallery. Click or copy and paste this link into your browser. https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/games-quizzes/street-art

Music - Go to Busy Things and play Bobble Beat in the Golden Time section.

TT Rockstars - Do 15 minutes every day please!

WORK FOR MONDAY 20TH APRIL

Welcome back to the summer term! We really hope that we will be seeing all of you back in school soon. We are missing you.

Maths - Length conversions on Busy Things.

English - Locating apostrophes - Literacy Planet.

Humanities - A: Find out what a compass rose is and draw one. Label it with North, East, South and West. Add in North-east, South-east, South-west and North-west. D: Work out which direction your front door faces (try using Google maps). C: Can you draw a map of the local area? Include a key and a compass rose.

RE - Read 'Death and New Life' and answer the questions below.

Death and New Life

Lent is the season when Christians practise both giving and giving up, to remember how Jesus gave himself. This is remembered in the liturgy of Holy Week and the Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Vigil).

In his Gospel, Matthew makes it clear that in loving and caring for other people we are loving and caring for Jesus. He was trying to show that we are all made in God’s image, so that when we do something good for someone, we are doing something good for God.

Word of God

“For I was hungry, and you gave me food, I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me. I was naked and you gave me clothing, I was sick, and you took care of me, I was in prison and you visited me. Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when was it that we saw you hungry and gave you food, or thirsty and gave you something to drink?  And when was it that we saw you a stranger and welcomed you, or naked and gave you clothing?  And when was it that we saw you sick or in prison and visited you?’  And the king will answer them, ‘Truly, I tell you, as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.’”

Matthew 25:35-40

  • What does this scripture passage say to you?
  • Have you responded to the needs of another lately?
  • Have you ignored the need of another?
  • Do you believe that everyone is made in the image of God? Why or why not?

Task – create a calendar for the next 40 days. Every day, record one good deed, which could be anything from doing some tasks for your family to saying something nice to a brother or sister.