Dear Year 4,
It seems like you are really knuckling down into the Computing activities this week ….well done! It would be lovely to see more pictures of your results!
Today, we have ‘Dr Seus on the Loose!’ for you to listen to. During our transition meeting, many of you mentioned the books that you have been busy reading. Keep this up.
Wishing you a lovely day ahead.
Ms Varga and Mrs McNamara
|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…
You have not made us for darkness
but for light.
You have not made us for sorrow
but for joy.
You have not made us for discord
but for understanding and love.
So lead us all into your presence.
Did you enjoy the book link from yesterday?
Here is today’s book: Dr Seuss on the Loose!
Reading aloud builds many important reading skills, introduces you to vocabulary and helps you recognise what reading for pleasure is all about!
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.
medicine mention minute natural naughty notice occasion occasionally
Create word cards: on one side of a piece of paper write out the words- use highlighter pens to highlight tricky parts- then draw or write clues on the other side to remind you of the spellings.
Use the cards to practice during the holidays (you can keep them in an envelope)
|English||Grammar Task: Click the picture to take you to the online activity.
Complete the Skills Builders Year 4 Activity Seven.
Click here for today’s fun task. You are going to look at jumbled stories and illustrations and play some games. Enjoy!
|Wider curriculum||Your afternoon learning will focus on computing. Most activities are unplugged, meaning they do not require electronic access. Each day, try and complete at least one of these activities.
Click here to see the activities.