Thank you Waseem for the short stories you wrote and emailed to us. You added dialogue and remembered to punctuate correctly using inverted commas - well done! Thank you also to Khyra who sent us a fantastic chronological report and proved to us she would survive as a hunter gatherer. We have received loads of lovely emails with photos of work that many of you have completed. Please make sure you write down your name and class so we know who you are. 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!
Preparémonos para aprender!
(Let's get ready for some learning!)
9-9.30: Day 4 of PE with Joe Wicks . How are you all finding it? Has your fitness level increased? A reminder that tomorrow’s session is a ‘fancy dress Friday’. If you are able to, dress up and work out! 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!
Lesson 1: Literacy
Today we are going to revise our understanding of using ‘a’ and ‘an’ and fronted adverbials.
We would like you to log onto espresso by clicking the link below and using the following details:
Then click onto: Key Stage 2 - English - Grammar & Punctuation
The first task to complete is word level. Click the link that is labelled 'Word' then click onto the activities called 'Using a or an'.
Watch the video clip to remind yourself of the rule of using ‘a’ and ‘an’. Then complete the quizzes and activity.
Revise your understanding of fronted adverbials.
Watch the video clip and then complete the quizzes and activity.
Lesson 2: Numeracy
Today numeracy lesson will be based on basic maths skills. We will be practising how to add small numbers quickly by playing arithmetic races. You will need to play with a partner – this could be your sibling or parent/carer.
Play the game a couple of times first and then time yourself to see how quickly you can complete each one.
Start with this one:
Warmed up your brain yet? More onto this one:
Want something more challenging? Try this one:
Don’t forget to also practice your times tables using Times Table Rockstars - you can find your friends and have a competition on there!
Log onto Purple Mash and practice the Multiplication activity:
Lesson 3: Spanish
Hola! In this tutorial your students will learn how to introduce themselves responding to questions like ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Cuántos años tienes? ¿De dónde eres? and ¿Dónde vives?
Click the link below:
Story time with David Walliams: