Tuesday 19th January 2021
Year 4 Daily Activities Week 3 Tuesday 19th January
Today begins with English activities, followed by Maths and finally Topic, which today is History.
Today we will be learning about when we should use an apostrophe to show possession (that a thing belongs to something). Please read through Tuesday Grammar pdf and complete the two tasks (which can be found on the PowerPoint).
Purple Mash 2Do Activity. Read Chapter 2 of Time Freeze and complete the Chapter 2 quiz.
Today you will be doing a little bit of acting (freeze framing) to show what is happening in the text, followed by writing down what some of the characters are saying in speech bubbles. We have been making some power point videos so that you can work through the lesson with us and hopefully make learning a little bit easier. Please watch and listen to the Tuesday Video Power Point Activity and complete the speech bubbles activity.
Today’s lesson is all again about dividing 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. Watch this https://vimeo.com/497573248 which explains how to do this a bit more 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.
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)
As we continue our learning about the Anglo-Saxons, we are going to be researching a famous Anglo-Saxon scholar called St Bede. St Bede was a monk from Jarrow Abbey, Northumberland (673-735AD), who has become a very important source for historians. It is from his writings that historians know exactly where the Anglo-Saxons came from.
Today you will be creating a comic strip which includes what you feel were the key events or achievements in St Bede's life (T3 W3 Comic Strip Template pdf). Before you create your comic strip, make sure you read T3 W3 History St Bede Input pdf. You may also like to do a bit of research yourself to find out more about St Bede. Here are some useful links:
BBC - History - The Venerable Bede
The Venerable Bede | Christian History | Christianity Today
Have a great home learning Tuesday.
Miss Goodchild, Mrs Goldup, Mrs Sands and Miss Pettitt