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Class 4

Week beginning: 30.3.20

Hi Class 4, hope you are all well and have had a good week. Below are some more ideas for you to be having a go at whilst we’re learning from home.

Maths work

Continue playing on TT Rockstars as much as you can. If your parents are in touch with each other, then why not set a day and time to play against each other in Mrs. Brook’s band? I will be playing on Monday 30th  and Wednesday 1st April between 1pm-2pm so watch out for Mia-Belle Bond rocking the charts in Wembley arena!

https://play.ttrockstars.com

Literacy Work

Spelling rule for the week: The same spelling week as last week is being applied. There are many words in the English language that contain vowels that are not clearly pronounced.

Use the vowel chart below to work through the words and match them to the correct unstressed vowel. E.g Different would go with ‘e’ as when we pronounce it, the first ‘e’ sound is missed.

Reading: Read the extract taken from “The Butterfly Lion” and then try answering the comprehension questions.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/e2_comprehension_lks2/books/book_butterfly_lion.html

Enquiry Work

As the celebration of Easter is coming up, read this online book of the Easter Story

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/frontscreen/item1028383/grade2/index.html

Then create either your own storyboard of the Easter Story, a poem to suit the celebration, a poster all about Easter or if you can remember how to create a WordArt creation using https://wordart.com/ then do so focussing on the key words of why Easter is important.

 

 

Week beginning: 16.3.20

Maths work

Children to practise their times tables via TT Rockstars on the activities then complete 3 ‘Soundchecks’, trying to improve their score.

https://play.ttrockstars.com

Literacy Work

Spelling rule for the week: There are many words in the English language that contain vowels that are not clearly pronounced. For example, in library the middle vowel ‘a’ is usually not pronounced, meaning that the word sounds like ‘libry’. This results in some children misspelling words that contain unstressed vowels.

Spellings: business / company / different / easily / factory / family / miserably / interestingly / favourite / separate

Writing: Children to write descriptive sentences about the first battle sequence King Kong will face in their story.

Enquiry Work

Watch some of these videos and complete activities all about Mountains!

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/frontscreen/item1217765/grade2/index.html