Feel free to access any of these websites, resources and games to keep the learning going while you can't temporarily be at school. Keep those brain cells going and have fun!
Share your work on Purple Mash or the Year 3 and 4 Facebook page. We love to see what you've been up to!
Home learning activity – Tuesday 24th March 2020
Good morning Year 3 and 4! We hope you’re keeping busy at home and enjoying the change of scenery!
Here are your activities to try and complete today:
Think about the end of the story ‘Escape from Pompeii.’ Tranio and Livia were rescued by a Greek fisherman. Can you write the story of what happened to them when they left Pompeii? Think about how they might have been feeling as they were only children and they left without their families.
If you can’t remember what happened in the story, here is a clip of it being read!
Spelling: Choose 10 words from the Year 3 and 4 statutory spelling list to practise. You can continue to use Spelling Shed J
Create a time table of your day at home. Can you write the times of each activity? How long does each activity last?
9.00 am – 10.00 am - PE with Joe Wicks on You tube – 60 minutes (1 hour)
10.00 – 10.30 – break time – 30 minutes
10.30 – 11.30 – maths activities – 60 minutes (1 hour)
Year 4 challenge: Can you work out how long your activities last in total? How long is this in hours and minutes?
Don’t forget to keep working on your project activity! Check out Monday 23rd March if you need a reminder.
Home learning activity – Monday 23rd March 2020
Good morning Year 3 and 4! We know you’re excited to get started with your home learning! We are sure your grown-ups will be as impressed with your attitude to learning as we are. Here are your activities to try and complete today:
English: Look at the two pictures from the story ‘Escape from Pompeii.’ What are the characters saying? How do they feel? How are the two pictures the same? How are they different? Make sure you explain your answers fully in complete sentences.
Telling the time on an analogue clock can be tricky. Sometimes it can be easier to learn the time by introducing one hand at a time. Make your own clock from card or paper and try telling the time to o’clock and half past, using only the hour hand.
Link to video on telling the time to o’clock and half past: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V32tRiEQ2AA&t
Once you are confident with o’clock and half past, have a go at quarter past and quarter to.
Link to video on telling the time to o’clock, half past, quarter past & quarter to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86RbCwhdJSs
Year 4 extra challenge:
Try converting different times from analogue to digital and from digital to analogue.
Project work: Choose one of these activities to complete this week
Complete one of the activities from the creative homework grid.
Research and create a project all about volcanoes. This could be a fact file, newspaper report, story, poem or art work. Present your work any way you like, the more creative the better!
Friday 20th March - Home Study
English - Describe what is inside a 'hatched' rock in the picture 'About to Hatch'.
Imagine you are there and write a story about what happens next.
Year 4 Maths - Fraction addition section on the maths grid (see doc. below)
Home Study 19th March
English - pages 3,4,5 on 'About to Hatch' pictures (sentence work and picture)
Year 4 maths - Equivalent fraction work from the maths grid worksheet (see below)
Year 3 Maths Activity 19.03.20
Have a go at the 'Time' activity from the Year 3 Maths Grid (see word document below)
Practise giving change with amounts up to £10!
Use yesterday's website link to practise this!
18th March Homeworking.
Year 4 maths - choose 'Fractions of amounts' activities from the Y4 maths grid.
Year 3 and 4 English - Read 'About to hatch' and answer questions on page 2.
Welcome to 4M!
We are a class of lovely Year 3 and 4 pupils and our teacher is Mrs Manton.
Mrs Furse teaches us on a Wednesday afternoon and our teaching assistants are Miss Kennedy and Mrs Clarke.
Keep checking our page for photographs, work and important letters!
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