Celebration blog, Friday 19th June 2020
Dear Year 4,
Another busy week has flown by and you have been great at keeping in touch and posting lots of things that you have been doing. Reading Awards go to: Lily and Mishka who have been updating their logs. Many of you are reading lots and it is sooo lovely to hear about your favourite authors too. The read theory winners for this week are Child L, Child P and Child Q. Well done!
Myself and Ms Varga are very proud of your hard work this week. Have a lovely day and a wonderful weekend with your family.
Lots of you have been busy developing your knowledge of Scratch. Check out below Joseph’s program!
William has been learning sign language.
You can find today’s learning below. Have a great day!
Mrs McNamara and Ms Varga
|PE||Click here for your Active June worksheet.
How many gold levels are you up to?If you enjoy the Joe Wicks workout, please continue to have fun with his daily activities.
Find a quiet place to sit and reflect…
O most holy heart of Jesus, fountain of every blessing, I adore you, I love you, and with lively sorrow for my sins I offer you this poor heart of mine. Make me humble, patient, pure and wholly obedient to your will.
Grant, Good Jesus, that I may live in you and for you. Protect me in the midst of danger. Comfort me in my afflictions. Give me health of body, assistance in my temporal needs, your blessing on all that I do, and the grace of a holy death.
If you are able, join the live stream mass with Fr Shaun on this very special feast day, please log onto OLSV Live Stream Mass.
Log onto the Sacred Heart Blog and complete one of the activities.
Did you enjoy the book link from yesterday?
Log onto Read theory and complete at least 5 exercises
What are you reading? Have you been updating your reading log?
Post us a picture of your reading logs!! We would love to hear about the current book you are reading.
|Dictation||This week’s words are:
early, earth, circle, complete, consider, continue, decide, describe,different, difficult, disappear
Dictation activity: Ask an adult or older sibling to read the following sentences to you. You must make sure that you write the sentences out in full and underline the spelling. The sentences are those in red.
The word is early.
I arrived early to my dentist appointment.
The word is earth.
The earth is full of God’s creatures.
The word is circle.
A circle has no corners but one edge and is a round, two-dimensional shape.
The word is complete.
The boy completed the assault course.
The word is consider.
I like to consider the options I have first before making my choice.
The word is continue.
The roads continue to be busy at rush hour.
The word is decide.
“I can’t decide whether to choose pizza or lasagne as they are both my favourite dinners”, said Paul to his friend.
The word is describe.
The witness wasn’t able to describe the robber.
The word is different.
There’s nothing wrong with having a different opinion.
The word is difficult.
He solved the difficult problem
The word is disappear.
He watched the wolf disappear into the tall grass.
Fluency: Maths Chase – practise your 6 and 8 timetables
Main Activity: Family Maths Challenge!
Have a go at these six challenges and if they are available, ask as many of your family members to help you. Remember, discuss how you found the solutions to each challenge. Click here for the challenges!
The answers to the Challenges are at the end of the sheet – DON’T PEEK!!
I have checked your Mathletics Accounts. Check to see what activities have been assigned/reassigned to you.
Year 4 – 12 bits of fun for reading and writing!
Every Friday, we would like you to choose an activity from the choices on this attachment. Click here!!
These activities could be completed with a book you have read in school/know, a book you are reading now or a book online. Some of them you might have to do a bit more research. You can do them in any order. On the way you can collect points for prizes!
We can’t wait to see what you choose! Have fun!
|For this week, your afternoon learning will focus on the news. The tasks in the table below are linked to last week’s edition of children’s newspaper, First News.
Click here for the activities
Click here for the First News Newspaper.
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