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Thursday 2nd July 2020

Welcome to your home learning for Thursday 2nd July 2020!

Here you will find your tasks for the day. If you have any worries or concerns, you know where to find me.

Joke of the day:

Q: Why did the ballerina quit?
A: Because it was tu-tu hard!

Fact of the day:

Jupiter spins so fast that there is a new sunrise nearly every 10 hours.

PE:

Please follow one of the links on the Year 4 home page to either Cosmic Kids, GoNoodle, PE with Joe Wickes or Smiling Minds. The choice is up to you this week! Make sure you stay fit and healthy.

Reading:

Please make sure you are dedicating about 25 minutes per day to reading. Remember you can quiz at home too!

 

Spellings

Today is your last chance to practise this spelling pattern before a mini test tomorrow. Have a go at writing these spellings in a graffiti style to help get the spellings in your head.

  • Tension
  • Confusion
  • Revision
  • Expansion
  • Suspension
  • Comprehension
  • Precision
  • extension

Guided reading

Today we will continue with The Wonder Garden and find out about the Black Forest.

Have a THINK about the following questions:

  • What do you think the words ‘flooded’ and ‘blanketed’ mean?
  • What words tell us this forest has influenced fairy tales?
  • Why has the author decided to use the sounds each animal makes to introduce each paragraph?

English

The book The Wonder Garden has brilliant vocabulary – lots that we don’t use in everyday life. I have created a bit of a word bank. Your job is to look up the definition of each word. Do not write down a definition until you understand what it means!

Maths

Continuing with division, we are working our similar problems to yesterday but with remainders. Use the same process, but any leftover numbers are known as remainders.

Division Using Place Value Counters

Science

During a time when we are washing our hands continuously, I thought that you might like to do a science experiment about it! I am hoping you will have most of this equipment around the house anyway, but I am sure there are easy substitutions if you don't. The important, scientific bit, is recording your predictions and conclusions on the sheet. Enjoy!

 

(Please be aware that this information may not be medically correct, it is just for educational purposes!)

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