Here is today's timetable:
PE with Joe Wickes
Greater than = >
Less than = <
Watch the video on White Rose Home learning - year 4 - Week 3: Number: place value LESSON 3 (compare 4-digit numbers) to remind you of the different methods to help you do this - remember to pause the video when it asks you a question to give you some thinking time. Watch it more than once if you would like.
Joke: Why did the kid throw his clock out of the window?
Answer: .....because he wanted to see time fly! Hahahaha!!!!
Remember, if you have any questions or would like to send your work for us to see or tell us funny jokes, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (don't forget to include your name on the email so we know who it's from!)
1. Read an Ananse Story
• Read Why Pig Has a Short Snout.
• How does it compare to the other Ananse story you read? What is similar? What is different? Which do you prefer? Why?
2. Make a summary of the story
• Use words and pictures to make a summary of the story on Story Summary.
• Try using your summary to help you to tell the story to somebody else.
3. Learn about conjunctions for time, place and cause.
• Use the PowerPoint 2 or Revision Card to learn about using conjunctions for time, place and cause.
• Complete Conjunctions for Time, Place and Cause 1 and 2.
Share your answers with a grown-up. They can check the answers to part 1 at the end of this pack and you can read them your sentences for part 2 to check that they make sense.
Try these Fun-Time Extras
• Can you make an illustration for either of the stories about Ananse that you have read?
• Can you design an Ananse character? How would you show his characteristics in your design?
• Can you write sentences about yourself, using conjunctions to join clauses?
Riddle: I go all around the world, but never leave the corner.
What am I?
(The answer will be revealed at the end of the day...)
Can you research Viking Britain and answer the following questions? Remember the video is there to help collect a lot of the information.
1. Why did the Vikings come to Britain?
2. How did the Anglo-Saxons react?
3. Would you say the Vikings were 'pushed' from Scandinavia or 'pulled' to Britain?
4. How safe was Britain to live in during the 9th century, in your opinion?
5. Did the Vikings make Britain a better place to live in by 1000AD?
Remember you should be aiming to read for at least 20-30 minutes every day, either on Active Learn (Bug Club) or with a book.
Have a lovely evening and see you tomorrow for another day of learning.
(The answer to lunch time’s riddle is…A STAMP!)