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Week 6

Hello my fabulous Finches, I hope you have all had a good week. I know you have been keeping busy at home, thank you for all your emails and pictures. I hope you liked our video message from all the staff at school! I can't wait to play some of the games you have written clear instructions for:

Hello my fabulous Finches, I hope you have all had a good week. I know you have been keeping busy at home, thank you for all your emails and pictures. I hope you liked our video message from all the staff at school! I can't wait to play some of the games you have written clear instructions for: 1

I also enjoy finding out about all the other skills you've been learning at home, such as baking:

I also enjoy finding out about all the other skills you've been learning at home, such as baking: 1

Lacey wasn't very keen to be in goals this week! She lay down in protest because there was nobody to play football with:

Lacey wasn't very keen to be in goals this week! She lay down in protest because there was nobody to play football with: 1

She was much happier on her daily walks, especially in the woodland areas, with lots of sticks to play with.

She was much happier on her daily walks, especially in the woodland areas, with lots of sticks to play with.  1
She was much happier on her daily walks, especially in the woodland areas, with lots of sticks to play with.  2
She was much happier on her daily walks, especially in the woodland areas, with lots of sticks to play with.  3
Just before I put the Finches Class work on this page, I would like to wish Jacob a very HAPPY 9th BIRTHDAY for next Friday, have a great day!
Here's the work for next week, please just do your best:

Maths for week beginning 18/5/20:

 

Please go to 'www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning' and select Year 4.

We are now on 'Summer Term - week 4 (w/c 11th May)' 

(not w/c 18th May  because our Easter break was early).

 

Monday 18th May: Lesson 1 - Multiplying and dividing problem solving

Tuesday 19th May: Lesson 2 - Perimeter of rectangles

Wednesday 20th May: Lesson 3 - Perimeter of rectilinear shapes

Thursday 21st May: Lesson 4 - Area counting squares

Friday 22nd May: Friday Challenge

 

*PLEASE NOTE: White Rose are no longer providing the worksheets for free so I have attached them below, with answers.

 

 

 

I would still like you to practise your 'Times Tables Rock Stars' for about 15 minutes, twice a week.

Please also do your best with test 4 from the following tables tests:

English for week beginning 18/5/20:

Here's a reminder about Bug Club for reading but it is absolutely fine to read your own books from home:

Please choose challenge 1, 2 or 3 to complete this comprehension about author Michael Morpurgo:

Choose challenge 1, 2 or 3 on this SPaG mat (mat 6):

Please correct the spelling mistakes on sheet 6 of the Year 3/4 words:

For your writing task this week, I would like you to do some research on European countries. This is in preparation for our geography study next half term.

Please remember to practise your playscript lines for "Julius Caesar".

Science for week beginning 18/5/20:

This is the final week on our current theme: "Forces and magnets". 

I would like you to continue to use the videos and activities on 'Espresso Learning at Home' for this study:

Login at: www.discoveryeducation.co.uk

Username: student7247

Password: Altrincham

Please click on Espresso and select KS2 Science:

Please ensure you have now covered all the content from the last two weeks:

Scroll down to the blocks called "Forces" and "Magnets" and then check out the videos & activities to learn about gravity, fiction, air resistance, water resistance, simple machines, magnetism, magnets around us and the Earth as a magnet.

 

If you get chance, please also visit BBC Bitesize KS2 Science, where there are many class clips to choose from about forces and motion:

- What is a force?

- What is friction?

- What are water and air resistance?

- What is gravity?

- What is a magnet?

- Which metals are magnetic?

- What is buoyancy?

Geography for week beginning 18/5/20:

Mrs. Firth and I are hoping you are all joining us on a summer adventure, from your own home. Exploring the limits of outer space, plunging to the depths of the ocean and travelling to the far-flung corners of our incredible world. Collecting fun facts along the way and impressing your family! The "Make Your World Bigger video quiz" will take you on an incredible, 30 day journey across the globe - NO PASSPORT REQUIRED!

 

To take part, please search: Make Your World Bigger quiz - Discovery Education

Click on: PUPILS

Click on: Day 1 (or the day you are up to)

Log in, Username: student7247

             Password: Altrincham

 

Remember to answer the quiz questions on your travels. Please try to watch one of these videos each day. Have a great trip around the world! We know many of you are already well on your journey.

Here are some suggested RE activities for this week:

Please keep practising your French for Nathalie:

The next two weeks will be your half term, Whit holidays. This will mean a well earned break for you all, including parents, from this school work.Take care, keep safe and I hope to see you all soon!

Love from Miss Gregory & Lacey  xx

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