Week beginning: Monday 29th March 2021
Welcome to Year 4!
Hello Year 4!
It is so lovely to finally have you all back in the classroom and I hope you enjoyed last week. We have got some fun things planned for this week!
A reminder that homework is uploaded weekly on the class page, it will be a mixture of spellings practise, times table practise or a Maths/SPaG activity.
- It is really important that you bring back the home learning packs that were given out in January, especially your whiteboard packs and PowerMaths books. You will be using these in class every day so they must be brought back in.
- Make sure you bring in a water bottle to keep hydrated throughout the day and a piece of fresh fruit or veg for snack time.
- Bring in a coat or jacket whilst it is still cool outside. We will be going outside at some points of the day for different activities.
- The homework for this week is below.
Miss Ross :)
- Practise this week's spelling words (listed below). This week, practise your spellings by writing out each word in sentences. Please note, our spellings test will be on Thursday this week.
- 6 Times Table Practise sheet.
This Week in Class:
This week in class we will be recapping division using the bus stop method.
We will be finishing off our chameleon fact files and writing them up in neat.
This week we will finish making our Chameleon Pop-Up books in D.T.
Stars of the week!
Ellie M: for her brilliant effort and positive attitude in maths this week.
Jessica: for her hard work and great effort with writing a section for her chameleon fact file in English.
Well done Guys! :)
Your child should know which spellings group they are in.
You should spend around 5-10 minutes each day practising your spellings, just like we would be doing in class.
- Pick a writing style to practise writing out your words (pyramid writing, rainbow writing, bubble writing etc) or make up your own style.
- Draw some pictures to help you learn and remember your words
- Create a collage of each words using lettering from magazines/newspapers
- Make up sentences or silly stories with your words. Remember to use a dictionary to check the meaning of words you are unsure of.
Times Tables Practise
Each week, there will be a times table of the week. You should spend around 5-10 minutes a day practising your times tables, just like we would be doing in class. We have now covered all of the times tables in Year 4 so will now begin recapping each set.
Our Christian value this term is Forgiveness.