Today’s learning 2/12/20

English: We finished the last part of our myth today, where the problem gets solved and everything returns back to normal.

Maths: We learnt about making equal groups/dividing by sharing.

Click at the link below and watch the video and have a go at some of the questions.

Reading: Read the text answer the questions at the end.

Science: In science we were investigating which materials were magnetic or non- magnetic. If you have a magnet at home, why not investigate which objects are magnetic and which are non-magnetic! Why don’t you test out the fun fact given below.

Homework 1/12/20 – 4/12/20

English: This week we are looking at writing plurals using ‘s’ or ‘es’.The last three words are from year 3 & 4 spelling list.

Some children have been given different spellings than these, they need to check them in their seesaw account. We have posted their spellings there for them and have told them!

Please remember to read every night and fill in your reading record. Don’t forget to put it on seesaw! 🙂

Maths: Please continue to work on your target times table.

Don’t forget you can use these websites:

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

When you have done some homework take a photo and post on seesaw. You should have the seesaw code in your reading record.

Homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey and Mrs Phelps

Today’s learning 24/11/20

English: We have started writing our myths based on the plans we did last week. We wrote our first paragraph where we introduced our main character.

Reading: Have a go at reading the following text and answer the questions at the end.

Maths: In maths, we revised using inverse to check our answers.

Activity:

Science: In science we observed and learnt how objects move on different surfaces. We opted for 3 different surfaces – rubber, sandpaper and carpet. We pushed a car down the 3 different surfaces and measured how far it travelled. We concluded that carpet had the most friction as the car travelled the least. There is an attached video link for you to see and learn a bit more about the experiment we did in the class today.

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/clips/zdbygk7

Today’s learning 23/11/20

Handwriting: In handwriting today, we practised our joint handwriting. We practised writing the spelling words (homophones) for this week. Why don’t you have a go at writing a page of these words at home?

Reading: Read the following text and have a go at answering the questions at the end.

PSHE: In PSHE we were learning more about bullying and we learnt who bystanders are. They are the ones who witness (sees) bullying. We then discussed if we were to witness bullying, what can we do to help.

Homework 23/11/20 – 26/11/20

English: This week we are again looking at homophones and near homophones. The last three words are from year 3 & 4 spelling list.

Some children have been given different spellings than these, they need to check them in their seesaw account. We have posted their spellings there for them and have told them!

Please remember to read every night and fill in your reading record. Don’t forget to put it on seesaw! 🙂

Maths: Please continue to work on your target times table.

Don’t forget you can use these websites:

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

When you have done some homework take a photo and post on seesaw. You should have the seesaw code in your reading record.

Homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey and Mrs Phelps

Today’s learning 19.11.20

English

Today in English we learned the story ‘King Midas and the golden touch’. We watched a clip, put the story main parts in order, then practiced retelling it. Below is the clip for you to watch and the story parts to put in order.

Maths

In maths, we carried on looking at column subtraction. You can watch the link below to learn a bit more then try some questions for yourself!

History

Research the Ancient Greeks homes, food, clothes and jobs. Find out what was similar to our life today and what was different.

Today’s learning 18.11.20

Reading

Read the passage below from our book ‘Helping Hercules’, then answer the four questions.

Science

Today we explored using magnets, found out about their poles and when magnets attract (pull together) and repel (pull apart). Research magnets and their poles. Try to create a diagram to show when magnets attract and repel.

Maths

Try these questions using column subtraction.

Today’s learning 17.11.20

Phonics & Spelling

We started by revisiting different ways to spell the ‘igh’ sound. Can you tell which words are spelled incorrectly? Write the correct spellings.

Then we looked at these homophones. Check you know what they mean and practise them.

Handwriting

Today we went over how to form our capital and lower case letters. In phonics, we were looking at the ‘igh’ sound so we also practised how we join letters which make that sound. Practise your handwriting at home.

Maths

In our maths meeting, we tried these questions all about ‘a half’. Try these questions.

Today’s learning 16/11/20

German

  1. Watch this video of Felix and Franzi when their friends from Berlin Zoo come to visit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLbvLBR3Fi4
  2. Write down the names of all the animals that come up in the video, eg, das Krokodil. Make sure you use a capital letter at the start of the word.
  3. Draw a picture next to each word to show what it means.

Reading

Read the text and answer the four questions.

PSHE

Today we discussed bullying as it is anti-bullying week. Can you write down some ideas of how you could help someone if you think they are being bullied?

Homework 16/11/20 – 20/11/20

English: This week we are looking at homophones. The last four words are from year 3 & 4 spelling list.

Some children have been given different spellings than these, they need to check them in their seesaw account. We have posted their spellings there for them and have told them!

Please remember to read every night and fill in your reading record. Don’t forget to put it on seesaw! 🙂

Maths: Please continue to work on your target times table.

Don’t forget you can use these websites:

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.timestables.co.uk/

For those of you who like to download the homework, please find the documents attached below.

When you have done some homework take a photo and post on seesaw. You should have the seesaw code in your reading record.

Homework must be completed before Friday morning!

Mrs Dubey and Mrs Phelps