Year 4 – Home Learning 20/1/21

Good morning everyone,

It was so lovely to see all the fantastic work you have been doing at home! Please continue sending it in as I love to see it.

Please continue to keep in touch with me via my email below. Send through any work that your child has completed as well as any questions or support you may need. I will have access to my emails throughout the typical school day.

Bethany.daglish@parkside.herts.sch.uk

 

Also, remember to keep yourself active throughout the day and take some well-deserved brain breaks!

 

See below for the tasks I would like your child to complete today:

 

Home Learning for Wednesday 20th January 2021:

PE:

Joe Wicks is back this lockdown with his morning workouts!

These will be happening on his YouTube channel on a Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning at 9am! It is a great way to start your day so have a go and get energised!

Follow this link to Joe Wicks’ channel to find his morning workouts – The Body Coach TV – YouTube

 

Maths:

Complete LESSON THREE – DIVIDE 2-DIGIT BY 1-DIGIT on White Rose (Week 3) – https://vimeo.com/497936690

You will see that there is a short video that you can watch with your child and an activity to download and complete (I will also attach a downloaded version below with answers):

Divide 2-digits by 1-digit-1 Worksheet

Divide 2-digits by 1-digit-1 Answers

 

Extra: practice your times-tables speed with the 2do set on Purple Mash.

 

English:

This will be our third lesson on The Jabberwocky by Lewis Carrol.

For this lesson, you will need to follow the link below to get to the video.

You will need to watch the lesson very carefully. Throughout the lesson, you will be asked to pause the lesson and complete some tasks. These tasks can be completed on Purple Mash. A copy of the tasks has also been attached below (these can be completed in the word document).

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-the-function-of-apostrophes-70up2d – open in Google Chrome.

Wednesday

 

Reading:

Reread the chapter that has been set on Purple Mash (The Knockers – Chapter 3 OR Magic in the Moonlight – Chapter 2).

The Knockers – complete the open-ended questions that is attached below.

Open-ended Questions (The Knockers)

Magic in the Moonlight – complete the missing word task that is attached below.

Missing Words (MITM)

 

Remember to read your own book everyday (reading helps us develop fantastic language for our own writing!)

 

Spelling:

Here are the two spelling lists for this week (make sure you continue to learn the spellings of ONE list):

List One:

Here

My

By

So

Go

No

We

She

List Two:

Early

Busy

Women

Sentence

Popular

Library

Grammar

Disappear

 

NB: on Friday, your child will be tested on their spelling through a test set up on Purple Mash.

 

Task One – practice spelling your list by doing rainbow words (this could be done on paper at home).

Task Two – write 8 sentences using the words from your chosen list. You can use as many of the words as you like but you must have 8 sentences. This has been set as a 2do on Purple Mash.

 

Computing:

This is our second lesson in our computing unit Writing for different Audiences.

You are going to use a stimulated scenario to write your own Newspaper Report.

Open the After the Storm 2do that is set on Purple Mash and read the Introductory first two pages.

Make sure that you have your Reporter’s Journal ready to take notes while the various communications come in from email, twitter, phone, and newswire (you can click on these throughout the scenario).

Task One – read the different communications that are coming in about this story and take notes using the Reporter’s Journal (you could also take your own notes on a piece of paper at home). It is important that you take detailed notes as you will need these for next week’s writing task.

Reporter’s Notebook

 

Music:

This is our second lesson through the Oak Academy for Music.

Follow this link to get to this week’s lesson – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/improvising-rhythmic-patterns-6hh3jt

In this lesson, you are going to begin to clap rhythmic patterns in a call and response pattern. You are going to learn what improvising means and how to create a rhythmic improvisation pattern. You will also revisit our song and make up some body percussion patterns to fit the pulse.

 

 

I hope you have a wonderful day and are keeping safe.

Miss Daglish

Bethany.daglish@parkside.herts.sch.uk