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Tuesday 2nd February

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Good morning Year 4, it is another day of online learning! Well done for getting up and doing your work, you are all doing amazing.

Did you access the Mental Health and Well being activity yesterday via Marvellous Me? Remember, it is very important to make sure you are looking after yourself while you at home. You are so important!

Try your best today and make sure to send all your amazing pieces of work in at the end of the day! They are a pleasure to read.

Spelling (15 minutes)

Today in spellings, you will be practising your spellings through word-searches. Look carefully for the words, can you find every spelling?

You can complete these online via the links:

Blue spellings:


Green Spellings


PaG (15 minutes)

Indefinite articles

There are two indefinite articles in English: ‘a’ and ‘an’. They are used before a singular noun that has a plural form.
 is used before consonants – b c d f g h j k l m n p q r s t v w x y z. ‘an’ is used before vowel – a e i o u

E.g. an umbrella or an ant.

Sometimes we use ‘an’ before the letter H, if we do not pronounce the H.  

E.g. – What an honour to meet you! 

Write the following sentences in full in your book. Choose between the two indefinite articles ‘a’ or ‘a.’ Underline them. 

  1. I need ____ pencil to write on ____  birthday card I bought my mum. 
  2. I ate some fruit today, I had ____ orange, ____ apple and _____ banana. 
  3. I have ordered ____ taxi. It will be here in ____ hour. 
  4. We are learning about shapes in school. Today I drew ____ triangle, ____ oval and _____ square. 
  5. He always tells the truth. He’s ____ honest man. 
  6. I put on _____ hat because it was windy. I didn’t want to get _____ cold. 

English (1 hour)

Well Year 4…. Who guessed it was Mary Poppins? I thoroughly enjoyed reading your character descriptions on the mysterious character. You were all so creative with the clues! Somebody guessed that she had mouldy teeth because of the spoonful of sugar! Fantastic.

As it is story telling week, I would like you to listen to the story of Mary Poppins to recap. You may have watched the films. Can you remember what happens? Here is the link to the classic tale:

For your English Task today, I would like you to create a diary entry. Imagine you are one of the Banks children. A very posh nanny has just arrived at your house and is here to look after you. She has made a lot of rules. What happened when she arrived? How do you feel? What does she make you do?

Diary checklist

A diary entry is a form of recount in which the writer explains what has happened to them. Here’s a checklist of the key features to use when you write a diary entry:

  • Start with ‘Dear Diary’.
  • Describe the places where the events happened.
  • Write in the past tense.
  • Use pronouns like I, my and me to show that the events happened to you.
  • Talk about how you were feeling or what you were thinking when each event happened.
  • Use a range of sentence types such as complex, multi-clause and sentences of three.
  • Upper level adjectives
Read this example of a diary entry about a person going to a theme park.
It is a good example, so you can use it to help your with your writing. 
Then think about the following questions:
1. How does the diary entry start?
2. Is it written in the past tense?
3. What feelings or emotions does the writer experience?
4. How is the writing organised?

English Drop in

Topic: English drop in Year 4

Time: 10:00-10:30am


Meeting ID: 771 632 6699

Passcode: y4handale

Maths Meeting (15 minutes)

Maths (45 Minutes)

Today in maths, we will be moving onto Perimeter. Perimeter is around the outside, around the outside, around the outside. Watch the video to learn more about perimeter and recap the questions:



Maths Drop in

Topic: Maths Drop in Year 4

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime


Meeting ID: 771 632 6699

Passcode: y4handale


Today we are going to be linking our reading task to our mental health and well-being week. I would like you to listen to the story called “The Koala who could.” Really think about the story and the character. How does he feel?

For your task today, I would like you to select a few tasks from this sheet. Use your inference and explanation skills. Make sure to talk about how you are feeling as this is very important. Sit with an adult to do this task. Remember: You are IMPORTANT.


Good afternoon Year 4. today we will be continuing with our Judaism topic. You will be looking at the symbols relating to the religion. Watch the video to find out more:

Your task today is to create your own Hamsa. Draw around your own hand and create some patterns. Take your time and relax when you are doing this. Use the video for an example.

Afternoon Drop in

Topic: Afternoon Drop in Year 4

Time: 2:15pm-2:45pm


Meeting ID: 771 632 6699

Passcode: y4handale

End of Day

Well done Year 4, you have completed another day of online learning. This Afternoon, I would like you to read with a parent. Please record this in your reading journal. 

Please try and upload your child’s work by completing the submission below. Please note, your child’s work will not be published on the website, it will be sent privately to the class teacher. Alternatively, if you have trouble uploading it below, please email the work over using the email address below.



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