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Welcome To Larch Class Home Learning

 

Hi lovely Larch Class,

You are making us so proud of you for another amazing week of incredible home learning!

Well done!

Below you will find this week's suggested activities for English, Maths, Topic and Science as well as a list of general activities that will help you to keep up with your learning. Remember you don't need to complete all the activities, but do try to choose some of them.

Just a reminder that you or your mum or dad can get in touch with me using Seesaw, telephoning school or emailing the school office if they or you have any questions at all. I am also going to continue contacting you by phone next week, which I am really excited about!

 

Keep safe and keep smiling

 

Miss Claypool

 

Week commencing 6th July 2020

 

*Just a reminder that there is a 'Year 4 transition meeting into Year 5' on Thursday 9th July at 6pm on Zoom. 
    Meeting ID: 756 7030 0953

     Password: 0NHBSJ

 

If you have any worries about moving into Maple Class please get in touch with me. You could write a little note and post it back on Seesaw. We could chat about them on Thursday at the meeting.

No names have to be mentioned!

 

English- Spelling-Practise and put into sentences of your own. (See spelling list Summer 2 Week 6 below) 

Our English booklet (The Impossibly Possible Book Shop) is about a boy who finds a new world filled with Tree Goblins! Have a go at completing the different activities on pages 13-18.

You will have the opportunity to making a list of goblins, drawing your own Tree Goblin, sketching a picture of a goblin party and creating your own goblin world! I'm really looking forward to reading your fabulous writing and creative ideas.  See below

 

Posting a positivity letter- see below.

Family Interview- Who is your favourite author?

 

Maths - We will continue looking at Mass, Volume and length for the next few weeks. We will be focussing on Volume this week-see below 

Have a go at the ‘Reading Scales to Measure in Litres and Millilitres’ activity sheets for revision and then the worded problems.

When completing the questions remember the following:

1 litre = 1000 millilitres

Capacity Hunt

Can you make a list of objects from around your house that are measured in Litres or millilitres?

Such as:

Washing up liquid- 1290ml

Liquid soap- 500ml

 

Try the link below to the Oak National Academy website for Year 4 Maths lessons.

(Scroll down to Solving Measures on the Year 4 Classroom page) 

 

           https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-4/subjects/maths

 

Topic - Your topic is all about Extreme Environments. Have a go at the tasks from the Home Learning Challenge and continue your super learning! (See below)

 

Science - Our Science for this term is called Animals in Danger.Following on from last week, I have included some suggested Turtle activities, such as 3D Turtle paper craft, Turtle bubble wrap craft and you could also investigate the differences between Turtles and Tortoises.

This week we will be focussing on researching Palm Oil and its effect on the environment.

You could produce a booklet, with a content page and glossary page.

Where do Palm trees grow? What is Palm Oil used for? Why is it useful? What is the problem with Palm Oil?  See below

 

Extra and ongoing tasks

Reading is so important, read a book of your choice or one from Bug Club

Times Tables Rockstars/ Numbots/ Hit the Button

Watch Natasha Lamb's YouTube channel on sign language, have a go!

Joe Wicks home workout

 

We hope you are enjoying having a go at some of the suggested Home Learning activities.

If you are working online, don’t forget to be safe and savvy! 

Never give personal information to anyone! Think about the safety of what you are sharing or posting if you are online or on your phone.

Do not share your school log-ins or change your log-in details. We won’t ask you to do that.

Make sure you are accessing online material that is relevant for your age and tell an adult at home if you come across something that is not suitable for you, or if someone is trying to contact/talk to you that is not someone you know.

You can contact your teacher through Seesaw if you feel vulnerable or worried, or contact Childline 0800 1111.

Useful reminders about Online Safety are at Thinkuknow.co.uk   

Steve and Steph Assembly

Malham Tarn Residential Visit

Planting a tree day

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