It's Friday! Well done for completing week 1 of our home learning blog. Again a big thank you to all those who emailed us and kept in touch. Continue to use our Year 4 email address firstname.lastname@example.org to keep in touch. We have suggested a fun task to do with the family during the weekend - scroll to the bottom of today's blog to find out!
9-9.30: Day 5 of PE with Joe Wicks and it's 'fancy day Friday'. Are you dressing up? If so, take a photo and email it through to us. Now take a sip of water and get ready to train!
Lesson 1: Literacy
Nasima, Jasminara, Louise's groups:
Today we will be developing our comprehension skills by reading the text: 101 Ways to Beat Boredom by Anna Claybourne.
Log onto your Active Learn Primary account by clicking on the link:
Read the text and answer the questions as you go along.
Emperor penguin non-chronological report. Read the text and answer the questions about penguins.
Lesson 2: Numeracy
Nasima, Jasminara, Louise’s groups:
Today we will use our understanding of the timetables to solve problems using a function machine.
Start here and warm up your brain:
Feeling confident? Have a go at these:
Bonnie and Vicky’s numeracy groups:
Today you will use what you have learn about data handling to answer some questions.
To all of Year 4: Don’t forget to practice your times tables using Times Table Rockstars - you can find your friends and have a competition on there!
Lesson 3: Computing
Today we will be using our Purple Mash account to create our very own computer game.
Use the click below to log into your account - remember your login details are the same as your Mathletics details!
• Create your own computer game using 2DIY.
Click on the image of the red character (image on the right). Then click ‘My Game’. This will allow you to create many different levels for your game. Try to make each level different.
• Explore the new tools we haven’t used before.
Remember to make your game fun but challenging!
Story time with David Walliams:
The Royal Horticultural Society
Grow saucer vegetables
Estimated Time: 15 minutes
Did you know that there are vegetables that you can re-grow again from kitchen scraps? Try this fun, easy and engaging science experiment to grow either celery, carrots, parsnips, beetroot, chives, leeks or turnips. The activity is excellent for helping us to discover what plants require for growth, observing growth and change over time, whilst also showing care for a living thing.
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