The new topic ‘Understanding the 24 hour clock’ is available on Maths with Parents. Using your knowledge of the 24 hour clock, have a go at the 2 brilliant activities with your parents! There is a video for you to watch and then have a go at the activities that go with it!
Hello 4P, I hope that you had a wonderful Half Term Holiday!
There are new Home Learning Task Sheets and a new weekly Task Board on the ‘Learn at Home’ section of the school’s website! There is a separate Task Sheet for Years 3 and 4!
As next week is Half Term week, there is no expectation that Home Learning needs to continue on a daily basis. Please take this opportunity, to have a break and enjoy time with your families. You all deserve it!
For those of you who wish to have a routine and continue your learning there is plenty that you could do.
There is a new Task Sheet and a new Taskboard for the Half Term week in the ‘Learn at Home’ section of the school’s website.
In addition, you could continue or complete the Home Projects that were set at the start of the term on ‘Vicious Vikings’! Remember each activity is worth a certain number of merits when you return to school.
Have a very Happy Half Term, enjoy spending time with your families and stay safe.
See you all soon
Mr Purewal 😁😁
Here are some Home Learning ideas that you could be doing at home.Choose ideas that appeal to you! There is a variety of different tasks that you could attempt!
Have a go at this Maths Challenge below. Answer the questions giving reasons for your answers!
Have a go at the SPAG Mat below:
Use the link below to access some excellent Reading Resources! These are great reading resources to support your Home Learning. Click the link below!
Hello Year 4!
Here is this weeks Spanish Lesson with Mrs Horncastle. I hope that you all enjoy it!
Don’t forget there are lots of different websites on the ‘Learn at Home’ section of the school’s website to help with your Home Learning. There are different spelling games to help improve spellings and activities in Reading, Writing and Maths. Have a look and keep up your super Home Learning!
Create your very own Viking Shield. You can use whatever materials you want and decorate it however you would like. There are some examples above to help you. I would love to see your completed shields posted onto the Class Message Board!
Mr Purewal 😁