Here is today's home learning for anyone that still needs to self-isolate at home.
You don't need to do this if you are back in school.
Lesson 1 - Maths
Starter: Practise the 9 times table
Today, we are practising the skills that we learnt on Wednesday and Thursday. First, click on the blue button for a recap of finding 1, 10, 100 and 1000 more or less than numbers.
Now, re-watch the video to remind yourself of how to add and subtract using your place value knowledge.
Activity 2: Spend 15 minutes practising your times tables on Times Tables Rockstars.
Activity 3: Spend 15 minutes on Mathletics practising your maths skills.
Lesson 2 - Literacy
Starter: Spelling practice
If you missed home learning on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday, click on the links below to catch up before starting today's lesson:
Activity 2: Spend 30 minutes on Active Learn. Choose a book that your teacher has set you and read it carefully. Each time you see a little green bug, click on it and answer the questions. You will earn points that you can redeem in your account.
Lesson 3 - Computing
If someone walked into a room and say "Hello!" in a friendly tone, with a big smile, which emoji would fit?
Which emoji would fit if someone walked in and said "Hello" in an angry tone?
What about if you read the word?
When something is just written in text, it can be even more difficult to interpret what someone means.
Because words can be interpreted differently by different people, it's important to think about the words we use and how they affect people.
We might say something just to be funny, but someone might take it seriously and it might hurt their feelings.
This can happen in person and it can also happen online.
It may even happen more online, because the words are just text -- we're not actually face-to-face with other people.
What did you learn from the video?
Why do you think those other players said those things to Guts?
We can use the phrase STOP to help us know what to do if someone is unkind to us online.
Next, click on the blue button and have a go at the task:
We hope that you all have a wonderful, restful holidays and we look forward to seeing you back at school on Monday 12th April. You can find lots of ideas for things to do in the Home Learning and Pupils sections of our website. Follow the instructions below.
Year 4 teachers