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Tuesday 12th January 2021

Year 4  Daily Activities            Week 2     Tuesday 12th January


Today’s Activities

 Today begins with English activities, followed by Maths and finally Topic, which today is History.



Today, we are going to continue practising the rules for adding the prefixes 'in', 'im', 'il' and 'ir' to different root words. Please read through Tuesday Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling PDF and then complete the activity, Tuesday GPS Task PDFThere is also an extra challenge for those of you keen on collecting Dojo points! Remember to refer to Golden Rules in, im, il and ir PDF to support the activity. 


Reading Activity

Purple Mash 2Do Activity. Read Chapter 4 of ‘Look into my eyes’ and then answer the quiz questions. This has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash



In today’s lesson you will be listening to a story about Sif, who was the Viking goddess of the harvest and who was married to the Viking god, Thor. Make bullet point notes about the main parts of the story as you listen to it, as your activity today is to create a story map which re-tells the story of Sif and her Golden Hair.  See English Activity Sheet for an example of what a good story map should look like and for key spellings that you may want to use.  Click in this link for the story.   Sif and her Golden Hair - Storynory



Today’s lesson is all about finding factor pairs.  Watch this video link https://vimeo.com/491282075  which explains how to do this easily and then have a go at the maths activity sheet below.  Complete as many questions as you can, but please don’t worry if there are ones you are not sure of. Your adults can check your answers on the maths answer sheet below.


Don’t forget your daily 5-10 minutes of times tables practice, using either Purple Mash (Monster Multiplication 2Do), Times Tables Rockstar or Top Marks Hit the Button    Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practice for 5-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk)



Today in history you will learning about shore forts built by the Romans to keep out the Anglo-Saxons. They are known as Saxon shore forts.  Read through the Saxon Shore Fort Activity below and use the Blank Map of the U.K. if you want or draw your own map.           


Have a great home learning Tuesday.


Miss Goodchild,  Mrs Goldup,  Mrs Sands and Miss Pettitt