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- Year 4
- Working from home
- 2. February working from home
- Week beginning 22 February 2021
- 24 February 2021
24 February 2021
Maths (Zoom at 9:30 am)
Today we are continuing to work on equivalent fractions!
If you are unable to join the zoom, click on this link to watch a video on this topic:
Then work through the powerpoint below, before you try to complete the worksheet.
In your handwriting book, please practise our spellings for the week. There should be a neat line of each word. Please try to join your letters and make sure your ‘r’ joins at the top!
Today we will be continuing our diary entries. Use the facts below to write a paragraph about each landmark.
6100 m - 6400 m
- •This is a vast, flat area of endless snow, deep crevasses and mountain walls
- At night there are deep murmuring cracking sounds under our tents.
- It is the crevasses opening and closing deep down in the glacier beneath.
- Pounding headaches torture you.
- You can see Everest for the first time
- •rocky patch, at the foot of the icy Lhotse wall.
- This place is absolutely stunning.
- Clouds roll in from the lower ranges of the Himalayas
- While acclimatizing, look for cool old climbing gear; left here by all of Everest's climbing history.
- This is also the last chance to get a decent, prepared meal.
Use these facts and the PowerPoint to help you write your next two paragraphs.
RE (Zoom at 1:30pm)
Jesus understands how people often find it difficult to love as they should.
In Matthew’s gospel, Jesus explains how God loves us and gives advice on how we can love more.
- How do you think giving and receiving (taking) could get out of balance?
- Why is a Mass an occasion to help you think about your daily life?
- What phrase did you like best in the Gospel and why?
- What do you find hard in the advice offered and why?
- What do you think is the most important piece of advice in this text?
You have two tasks to complete today:
- The reading tells you something of what God’s love is like. Choose 2 or 3 lines from this and describe how you would apply them in your daily life and say why.
- Design a ‘charter to live by’ based on the Scripture passage (Matthew 5: 45-58), making links between the Scripture and how Christians might lead their lives