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Wednesday 3rd February

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Good Morning Year 4, we are half way through the week. Well done for working so hard. It is great to see you taking part in the activities set on Marvellous Me for mental health and well being week as well as all your work.

Today before you start, have a listen to this song. Lets start this day off well!


Spelling (15 minutes)

Today you will be practising your Magic 20 words.
Today’s task is to write your magic 20 words in dot writing.

For example:

these those always going were people every little because above scared

their they’re remember white decide replied quiet nervous someone threw ancient creature whole taught minute castle situation believe notice

PaG (15 minutes)

Today in PaG, we are going to be creating silly sentences. To create a silly sentence we need to make a collection of words.

You need to write

5 nouns- ( person , place or thing)

5 verbs- (doing words)

5 adjectives ( describing words)

5 adverbs (describes the verb, ends in ly)

Here is an example:

How many silly sentences can you create? Do they make you laugh?

English (1 hour)

Today we will be continuing with our Mary Poppins English sessions. This week, our main focus is to have some fun and develop our writing skills. You must be paying attention to the success criteria and ensure you use all the features.

Your task today is to create your own magical chalk land. Mary Poppins jumps into her chalk drawing into a land which is covered in flowers and even has penguins in it. I would like you to draw your own chalk setting. Watch the video to give you some inspiration.

After creating your chalk drawings based on your own imaginary land, I would like you to jump into your picture and described the setting before writing about it. 

I would like to see 6 sentences. Watch the video to support your learning:

  • Upper level adjectives
  • Sentences of 3
  • Complex sentences
  • Multi-clause sentences

Complex sentence: ___________ subordinating conjunction ________.

although because while even though until when

My eyes lit up because I saw the magnificent penguins waddling along the gentle stream.

Sentence of three for description: __________, ____________ and ______________.

As I jumped into the picture, the trees swayed in the gentle wind, the clouds floated across the angelic sky and the flowers blossomed with beautiful colours.

Multi-clause sentence: 3 clauses 2 conjunctions.

When my feet landed on the soft green grass, I smelt the fresh roses even though there was a variety of beautiful blooms.

subordinating conjunction although because while even though until when

coordinating conjunction and but so

Here is what I would like it to look like in your book:

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, you will be continuing with perimeter. Perimeter is the distance around the outside of a 2D shape. Watch the video and work along with the questions. Then I would like you to answer the 7 questions on the worksheet. You can all do it Year 4, your work was great from yesterday.

Maths Drop in

Topic: Maths Drop in Year 4

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime


Meeting ID: 771 632 6699

Passcode: y4handale


This week is National Storytelling Week and today for your reading session, I would like you to listen to some story telling and think about the questions I have asked.

Watch the video of Michael Rosen storytelling below. While you are watching it, think about these questions and answer them once you have finished watching.

  1. How is it similar or different to someone reading a story?

2. How does he make the story interesting and exciting?

3. What did you like about the story?

4. Can you summarise the story in your own words?

5. What makes a good story teller?


The home fitness challenge comprises of 5 fun activities for the whole family to get involved in, which uses items you can find in your home.  

And you can use it anyway you like!

  • Go Head-to-head- Compete against one another, who will be Crowned House Champion!!!
  • As teams – Boys v Girls, Adults v Child. Experience v Youth or any combination you like.
  • Personal challenge – Record your best results and see if you can beat them the next time you do it!

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. Make sure to have a go at the mental health and well-being task that was set on Marvellous Me. 

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