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Wednesday

Happy Wednesday Year 4!

 

I hope you got on well with the work yesterday and back into the routine of lessons. It is set to be a lovely sunny today day and it always makes me smile when the sun comes streaming into the house when I'm on my computer :) 

 

Remember that you don't need to print off any of the work on the website. You can just write a heading in your book and set the work out underneath it. 

 

Have a great day,

 

Miss Bolchover

Sun salute EYFS KS1

In this video we begin with some breathing to explore the movement of the breath. This is followed by a Sun Salutation which is a series of exercises linked ...

The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry

In the Amazon Rainforest, a man is chopping down a great Kapok tree. Exhausted from his labor, he puts down his axe and rests. As he sleeps, the animals who ...

Maths

Today, we are going to recap how to make a whole and consolidate our learning by applying these skills into different types of questions.

So, how many tenths make a whole?

How many hundredths make a whole?

How many hundredths make a tenth?

 

Read through the Powerpoint and then answer the questions. There are three different options of worksheet.

Green is questions 1a to 5b

Blue is questions 6a to 10b

Purple is questions 11a to 15b

PE Activity

Science 1

 

Today, you will learn all about grouping living things. To help you, just remember Mrs Gren. Each letter in her name stands for what a living thing does to stay alive e.g. M = movement.

  • Read the power point
  • Look at the ‘grouping animals sheet’ and draw this Venn diagram in your book
  • Look at the ‘animal picture sheet’ and draw these into the correct place on the Venn diagram.
  • Finally, you could have a go at the quiz or the extension task. Enjoy!

Class Read

Listen to the next 15 minutes of Wonder, stopping at 1 minute and 30 seconds.

Enjoy!

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