Hello Year 4,
I hope you all managed to complete some of the work I set yesterday. As always,I would rather give you lots to choose from rather than not enough and you get bored. Remember to make sure you spread your work out and have time away from screens.
Here are your activities for today -
1.Complete the times table to dos on Purple Mash.
2. 'White Rose Hub Home Learning' using this link - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/
Using the link above, watch the video and complete the activity for: WEEK 2 LESSON 2 'HUNDREDTHS' NOT the week beginning 4th May as we need to continue with where we were up to last week. The activity and answers are on the white rose website but I have also put the PDF activity and answers below.
Make sure you follow the lessons in order as they follow on from each other so if you not up to week 2 lesson 2, then complete the lesson that you are up to instead.
Our focus for this weeks Literacy home learning is: 'Performance Poetry'.
Get your cameras ready as you delve into the world of performance poetry. You could be the next star of Britain’s Got Talent!
When following links online, parents should monitor that children are remaining on that page only and are keeping safe online.
Today's Poem = No Breathing in Class/Strict by Michael Rosen.
1. Watch Michael Rosen perform this poem. https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=z1cfVQyrQ 3Q Learn and join in with the repetitive sections.
2.Vocabulary check. Do you know the meanings of these words from the poem?
Write down a definition for each word and find some synonyms(words with the same meaning eg. minuscule and tiny. Use a dictionary/thesaurus or Word Hippo to help.https://www.wordhipp o.com/
3.Choose three of the new synonyms that you have learned and write a sentence including each. Remember to use a type of sentence that you have learned in Year 4, e.g. using a fronted adverbial to show where, e.g. In the middle of the garden, or using an adverbial for how, e.g. Cautiously walking through the mud, ..., or using a subordinate conjunction in your sentences (since, as, when, whilst, because, as, before, although, after, although) eg. Although it was sunny, the children were very whiny.
Using the PDF document below, please practice the 'il-' and 'ill-' words using 'look, say, cover, write, check'. You can either print it off or write it on a piece of paper.
These are the words from your Purple Mash Quiz on Monday.
1. Listen to me reading chapter 14 of Varjak Paw here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC31DVk_bURfrZg3gipraSeA?view_as=subscriber
This week marks 75 years since VE day. This was the end of the War in Europe where many people had street parties and celebrated that the conflict was drawing to a close. There were great plans for this to be celebrated nationally on Friday but these were cancelled due to our current situation.
3. Reading comprehension activity = Below is a PDF comprehension for you to complete based on VE Day. Please complete the 2 star text questions or if you feel confident, have a go at the 3 star text and questions. The answers are on the document for you to mark your answers. Please let me know how you got on!
Continuing our topic of 'Are all churches the same?'
In the beginning, there were no churches, only a gathering of people. The community can gather together without a building.
Activity = Please choose a Christian festival such as: Harvest, Greenbelt, New Wine and Keswick.
Pictures of these events can be found using Google Images and film clips on YouTube. Search for images and/or video clips of your chosen Christian event in a variety of places such as Holiday camps, Marquees, Race courses and large fields.
As a lot of us enjoy doing these, complete a 'Draw with Rob' of your choice.