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Friday 22nd January 2021 Year 4

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Spelling (15 minutes)

Good morning Year 4, it is Friday morning which means it is your spelling test. Get an adult to test you on your words, best of luck!

evil   pupil  until  Brazil  fossil  pencil  lentil  gerbil  nostril mountainous 

 poisonous  thunderous   contagious  curious   dubious   glorious  gracious hilarious  luxurious  mysterious  precious  religious  spacious  studious  

Handwriting (15 minutes)

This morning you will be working on your handwriting. We are focusing on the letter s. Please take your time and watch the video to make sure you know the correct formation. The writing that you complete in your handwriting book, should be used in your writing books!

English (1 hour)

LC: To complete a shared write.

Today you are going to be finishing with your shared write. Today you will be concluding your traditional tale with your ‘ending’ paragraph.

Have a think:

What happens in the ending paragraph of Hansel and Gretel?

·      The children venture into the village with their father to collect some food from the bakery.

·      An old, frail woman is lurking on the street, begging for money.

·      Gretel realises it is their old stepmother. The stepmother begs for the family to help her hunger.

·      Kindly, Gretel ponder into the bakery to retrieve some bread. Gently, she places it in the stepmothers hand.

·  Feeling accomplished, the family peacefully walk away.

Over the week I want you to use your story mountain, which you created on Monday, to help you write our final section. Use your points from your mountain and make sure you expand on these the best you can.

Watch the video below for further explanation:

Today you are going to be choosing your own success criteria. Look at what we have covered over the week. You need to challenge yourself to see what you can include.

Maths Meeting (15 minutes)

In maths this morning, we are going to be identifying patterns within numbers. You need to read the numbers and identify what column is changing.

Here is an example:

I have identified that the tens column is changing and decreasing by 10 each time.

  1. 234 334 434 534 634 734 834
  2. 765 775 785 795 805 815 825
  3. 102 202 302 402 502 602 702
  4. 876 866 856 846 836 826 816
  5. 1089 1189 1289 1389 1489 1589
  6. 9873 8873 7873 6873 5873 4873

Maths (45 Minutes)

Today in maths, you will be continuing with bar charts and interpreting data. Please read the questions carefully. Both axis’ on each table need to be labeled when drawing.

Maths Drop in

Topic: Maths Drop in Year 4

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime


Meeting ID: 771 632 6699

Passcode: y4handale

Reading (45 minutes)

For reading this afternoon I would like you to  visit the Oxford Owl website and select a book of your choice from your reading level.  Before reading the book, please predict what you think might happen. While they are reading the book, ask if you need any words clarifying. Remember it is very important that you understand what you are reading. 

After you have read the book, please complete the task below. 
Write down three challenging words and write down the definitions. Write down 5 questions that you would ask someone about the book.
Write down a summary of the book. Remember a summary is a few sentences to tell someone what the book or part of the book is about.

Child directed time

Well done Year 4, you have completed another week of online learning. We are so proud of how well you are all doing. For your child directed time this afternoon, we would like you to do something you enjoy, but it must be away from the computer screen. You might want to draw a picture, create a model, bake or create a masterpiece of lego.

Make sure to send in your photos!

Afternoon Drop in

Topic: Afternoon Drop in Year 4

Time: 2:15pm-2:45pm


Meeting ID: 771 632 6699

Passcode: y4handale

End of Day

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Have a lovely weekend Year 4!



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