It’s already half way through the week. We are all so proud of how hard the year 4s have been working from home.
Please continue to use our Year 4 email address firstname.lastname@example.org to keep in touch. Send us any questions that you have or photos of your work or even a message to say hello. We are here for you and we will be replying once the holidays are over.
Are you ready for today's learning? Put your thinking caps on and get your artistic fingers ready...
9:00-9:30: PE with Joe
How are you all finding it? Remember all Joe’s videos will be saved on his channel for you to use any time you like. Now take a sip of water and get ready to train!
Jasminara, Nasima and Louise's group
1. Read ‘The Princess and the Pea’ by Lauren Child
• This is the first part of Lauren Child’s version of the story. How is it different to Hans Christian Anderson’s version? Which do you prefer?
2. Practise dialogue punctuation
• Choose either Dialogue Practice 1 or Dialogue Practice 2. (Version 2 is a little more tricky – challenge yourself!) Use the Revision Card and Dialogue Checklist to help you.
Finished? Wow! Great stuff. Check your answers with a grown up. Discuss any mistakes you made.
3. Now for some writing • Write a version of part of the story. Include some dialogue as you do and practise punctuating it perfectly.
Bonnie and Vicky's group
Also we’d like you to login to espresso and have a watch the video linked below. Try the Quizzes. Do you think the text about Eagles is written in a formal style or informal style?
Remember the login details are:
Nasima, Louise and Jasminara's group
When you click on the link, remember to go to WEEK 1 Lesson 3
Vicky and Bonnie's group
Write an equation to match these arrays:
You could also try writing inverse operations for these arrays using times and divide symbols.
For example: 3 x 5= 15 15 ÷ 5= 3
Well now you can!
Today we are going to turn into cartoonist for the afternoon and enjoy our new job! Today you can make a cartoon pop up Easter bunny - you could turn it into a card and give it to someone in your family.