Tuesday 2nd February 2021
Year 4 Daily Activities Week 5 Tuesday 2nd February
Today begins with English activities, followed by Maths and finally Topic, which today is History.
Today you are going to be playing a fronted adverbials game! Look at 020221.year4.GPS2 and watch the BBC Bitesize video to remind yourself about the rules for using fronted adverbials. If you want an extra challenge, you can complete the tasks underneath the video. To play the game, you will need 020221.year4.GPS2game. If you'd like to complete the activity practically, you can print and cut out the fronted adverbials and main clauses, then match them up to create a sentence. Make sure you take a photo! If you would rather not print out the game, you can match the fronted adverbials and main clauses by looking at them on the screen and then writing them straight onto paper.
For handwriting today, you will need 020221.year4.handwriting1. Read the tongue twisters, slowly at first then quicker. Neatly write the tongue twisters onto the worksheet, or into a handwriting book. Make sure you use your Eastchurch handwriting! Don't forget, you can also log on to Letter-join. Cursive handwriting resource for school and home. and practise particular letters or words if you wish to.
Purple Mash 2Do Read Chapter 5f ‘The Last Selkie’ and then answer Chp.5 Quiz questions. This is the last chapter of our story.
Today you will begin by finding all about non-chronological reports and their features (what makes a good one). Later in the week you will be writing a non-chronological report about Iceland so today you will be researching facts about Icelandic attractions. Most of you will complete Iceland Research Sheet 1 but if you usually work with a TA in class please complete Iceland Research Sheet 2. Enjoy finding out about the many fascinating places to see and visit in modern day Iceland.
Today’s lesson is about finding out what a fraction is. Watch this https://vimeo.com/502315136 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.
Beware the Vikings! In around AD 789, the longships of the Viking raiders appeared on the horizon off the coast of Wessex. The Vikings had arrived to begin many more years of violent invasion of Britain. Today you will be learning about why the Vikings first came to Britain and why they decided to stay (look at 020221.year4.history1. You will then be creating a timeline about the Vikings (please use page 2 of 020221.year4.history1timeline) but there are some important missing dates. Find the missing dates, (if you need help use 020221.year4.history1posters write them on the cards and then cut out the cards, putting them in the correct chronological order.
Have a great home learning Tuesday.
Miss Goodchild, Mrs Goldup, Mrs Sands and Miss Pettitt