9am 9:15 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 13:00 13:30 14:15 3pm Spelling PaG English English
Break Maths Maths drop-in zoom Dinner Reading P.E Afternoon drop-in zoom call End of day
Good morning Year 4, well done to all those who are still sending work in. it is great to see how hard you are trying. Have a fantastic day and stay positive. Only 2 more days till half term!
I hope you enjoyed the snow too! :)
Spelling (15 minutes)
Today in spelling, you will be practising your Magic 20 words. I would like you to use the spelling scribble method. Draw a scribble in your book, use lots of colours and fill in the gaps with your Magic 20 spellings.
these those always going were people every little because above scared
Scared their they’re remember white decide replied quiet nervous someone threw ancient creature whole taught minute castle situation believe notice
PaG (15 minutes)
In todays PaG session I would like you to explore possessive apostrophes.
An apostrophe can be used to show that one thing belongs to or is connected to something. This is called a possessive apostrophe.
Let's take a look at some examples.
Cat is a singular noun so you need to add an apostrophe and "s" to show that the tail belongs to the cat.
Charles is a singular noun that ends in an "s", so you need to add an apostrophe to show that the cat belongs to Charles.
Brothers is a plural noun that ends in an "s" so you don't add another "s" after your apostrophe. You can just add an apostrophe to show the feet belongs to the brothers.
Children is a plural noun but it doesn't end with an "s" so you need to add an apostrophe and "s" to show that the toys belong to the children.
Watch the video with the link below and complete the quiz. Make sure to send your scores over.
English (1 hour)
Writing (45 minutes): To create a newspaper article about your character
Today you are going to continue with your creative cartoon writing. Using your character you created yesterday, you are going to create a wanted poster for it. Your character has committed some bad crimes and has caught the Road Runner. The village people are furious as they love Road Runner and they want to find your evil character. Try and include these features below.
Look at the example below, they show the features above. Be creative as your possibly can with the language you use and make sure you use a range of sentence types to make it an exciting newspaper article. I have added a template you may want to print out and use but if you can, try and create your own.
English Drop in
Topic: English drop in Year 4
Meeting ID: 771 632 6699
Maths Meeting (15 minutes)
Maths (45 Minutes)
Today in Maths, you will be continuing with Area. In todays session, you will be counting squares. This is because area is the space inside a 2D shape. Listen to the video and complete the questions. Pause when needed. Can you have a go at the challenge? I will be on the zoom call from 11:30am -12:00pm if you need some help.
Maths Drop in
Topic: Maths Drop in Year 4
Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime
Meeting ID: 771 632 6699
1. What tense is the story written in? How do you know?
2. Find another word for “darting”.
3. What is a heroine?
4. Why does the author describe Goldilocks as “scandalous”?
I What does the author want us to feel about Goldilocks in the second paragraph?
P Write another paragraph that would fit before the first one in the story.
E Explain why Goldilocks might also be another famous girl from a fairy tale.
R What did Goldilocks have in her pocket as she fled?
This afternoon in P.E, I would like you to have a stretch. Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy, and we need that flexibility to maintain a range of motion in the joints.
Get up, get ready and get stretching!
Afternoon Drop in
Topic: Afternoon Drop in Year 4
Meeting ID: 771 632 6699
End of Day
Well done year 4, you have completed another day of online learning. Make sure to have a go at the mental health and well-being task that was set on Marvellous Me.
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