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Wednesday 25th March

Wednesday 25/3/20 Activities:

Hello Year 4! I am missing you already! Hope you are all well :)


Thank you to those sending me lots of pictures on dojo. If you haven't been doing so, please send me any completed work that I have set that isn't on Purple Mash via email or class dojo as I love seeing your completed work.  I can't wait to see what you all get up to!


Here are your activities to complete today:



  1. Choose an activity from your maths booklet to complete
  2. Complete 'Time - Clock Faces' in your 'to do' on Purple Mash. Quiz - convert the time shown on the clock from roman numerals to normal numbers. Think - What is each roman numeral in normal numbers? What would that time be in normal numbers?
  3. Practice the ‘multiplication’ game on purple mash in your ‘to do’ folder OR complete a page from your times table booklet.
  4. Use 'supermovers' on the BBC website to stay active.



  1. 15 minutes of reading a book.
  2. At least one ‘Read theory’ activity. 
  3. Complete one activity in your reading booklet.



  1. Complete a page of spellings from your spelling booklet.
  2. Or practice your spellings in your reading record.Remember to find the definition of each word, write each word into a ‘WOW’ sentence and practice each word in different ways.



  1. Go onto Pobble 365 website where there will be a new picture and activities each day. Please chose an activity to complete in your homework book or on paper.
  2. OR complete one improving sentence activity from your booklet.
  3. Complete 'Homophone Spelling Quiz' on your 'to do' on Purple Mash.  The quiz will show you the spelling of the homophone word first then the word will disappear and your task is to drag the letters to spell the word. HINT: Not all of the letters are needed. Remember to press 'save and exit' before exiting to save your work.
  4. If you have an IDL account, log in and complete a lesson.


History - WW2 live lesson!

Use this link to take part in a live lesson all about a World War 2 bunker in Liverpool. I am going to be doing this lesson with my group of key worker children today in school :) Please use your parents Facebook account to access it.




In RE, we have been looking at 'trust' and 'betrayal' in the Easter story.

In your homework book, on a piece of paper, a word document or create a PowerPoint - explain how Judas betrayed Jesus in the Easter story. How was he not good friend to Jesus? What did he do wrong? What would you have done in his situation? 

Add drawings to your explanation showing what Judas did wrong.

If you can't remember the Easter story (we explored it last week in school), google it and read it to recap first!

I look forward to seeing pictures on dojo or documents on email of your explanations and illustrations :)




Joe Wick's daily workout for children - This can be found on Youtube and the live session is from 9am daily.