Dear Year 4,
We hope that you had a lovely weekend. It has been lovely chatting to many of you about how you are and what you have been doing at home. We just want to say that you continue to impress us with all your WONDERFUL work. We love to hear from you and see all the great things you continue to do at home. We are especially enjoying the creative writing.
We would like to see more of your MARVELLOUS work, so please continue to send them in via the class email.
Have a great day!
From Ms Varga and Mrs McNamara
|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 activities. He reduced the number of his videos to 3x a week, so check the website for further information.
Find a quiet place to sit and reflect…
Out and About
Father of all mankind, make the roof of my house wide enough for all opinions, oil the door of my house so it opens easily to friend and stranger, and set such a table in my house that my whole family may speak kindly and freely around it.
Prayer from Hawaii
|Did you enjoy the book link from last week? Have a look at this adaptation of the familiar fairy tale from a different character’s point of view!
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.
Word list: eight, eighth, enough, exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, famous, favourite, February
In your neatest handwriting, write out each word four times.
Log on and play the Multiplication 4 in a row game and if you have time try Small Archer Multiplication.
This week, the focus is on decimals for those of you logging onto Video 1.
For those of you who wish to revise work on shape, you will find this work using Video 2.
|English||Click here for today’s learning. Today, you are going to read an extract from a story called, Mufaro’s beautiful daughter. You are also going to have a look at characters’ motives and opinions.
||This week, your afternoon learning will involve immersing yourself in a resource that engages your emotions, imagination and movements.
Click here for the instructions.