Although the nice weather has left us for now, Year 4 had another busy week and used the outdoors when possible.
In Maths, children consolidated their understanding of numbers by regrouping them flexibly and later looked at number magnitude, thinking about the relative size of 3 and 4 digit numbers.
In English, we have consolidated the use of conjunctions, both coordinating and subordinating, and moved on to description. We looked at video clips of rivers in different areas and used adjectives and adverbs to describe their surroundings.
In RE children took part in Acts of Worship and revisited their earlier learning on the Sacraments.
Children also created pieces of art using things they can find in nature as part of their well being activities.
We looked at soils and carried out some investigations about particle sizes and acidity/alkalinity in Science, whilst working on our overarm throw in PE.
Children also made cards to celebrate their First Holy Communions. I hope the weather holds up and families -even if in small numbers- can celebrate this special, blessed time.
Thank you for the boxes of tissues sent in, we appreciate the contribution.
Have a lovely weekend,
Please see your Home Learning bellow:
|Home Learning||Friday, 25th September 2020|
Use the link bellow to practice and test yourself on this week’s spelling words
country, young, touch, double, trouble, couple, courage
cousin, rough, tough
|Maths/English||Please login to StuddyLadder and look for the assigned tasks.
Maths: adding 10/100 and multiples of ten.
English: use of adjectives to describe
|Reading||Please complete 3 activities on Read Theory|