Monday, 6th July 2020
Dear Year 4,
We hope you have had a wonderful weekend even though the weather wasn’t very gracious to us. Thank you for sharing your lovely learning with us; you are doing really well!
This week, we are focusing on transition and we are hoping to see many of you in school for your session with your new teacher. You will see from our blogs that we have planned some nice activities for you to do at home where you can think about the year ahead; your goals, your plans, your aspirations.
We hope you have a great week; please send us photos of what you are up to as we love seeing how you get on.
Mrs McNamara and Ms Varga
|PE||Click here for your Active July 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…
A Worldwide Family
I am only me and it seems as if the things I can do are rather small.
Even so, I try to do good things to make the world a better place.
Please may all the good things I do be added to all the good things other people do.
And, dear God, please bless what we have done so that together we make a difference.
For as long as schools are closed, audible books are open. Right now, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across eight different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
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In your neatest handwriting, copy out each word four times.
First Activity: Measure Mass
Click here for the VIDEO.
Main Activity: Identify Angles
Click here for the Video.
DON’T FORGET!! Log onto Maths Chase and practise your times tables.
Grammar Task: Click the picture to take you to the online activity.
Complete the Skills Builders Activity One.
Click here for today’s learning. This week, each day you are going to complete a ‘fun’ activity. From joke books, to dragon posters and word searches.
|Wider curriculum||For this week, your afternoon learning features activities to celebrate the year you’ve had and to ease your transition to your new year group in September. Each day, there is an activity for KS1 and KS2 that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process.
Click here for your activities.
If you have enjoyed this resource, feel free to do some of the geography/science activities. Let us know, how you get on!
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