Thursday 14th May
Good morning, Team Azure and Team Peacock! Once again, thank you for all the wonderful learning you have shared with us this week. We are truly amazed at how hard you are all working and home and how creative you are all being! Although we are missing you so much, we do love seeing what you are up to (including non-learning activities!) On to today's learning!
Day three of the writing challenge and we have a video bonanza for you today! Not one, but TWO videos! And staring the famous Mr McAuley himself! However, these are not for the faint-hearted. Mr McAuley has to delve into one of his phobias and defend his property from attack!
I hope you enjoy the videos along with the poems and as ever, I hope that Martyn Harvey's poems inspire you to search for living things around you and consider what their lives could possible be like.
The writing competition will be released tomorrow along with more fantastic poems from Martyn Harvey, so put you creative hats on, explore what lives around you and enjoy the videos!
Today, read Chapter Three up to page 39 and answer the questions attached to this blog. I hope you're all enjoying the story!
To get to our class book visit. www.oxfordowl.co.uk
Click on the 'my class login' button
TeamAzure1 = Homelearning
TeamPeacock = Homelearning
Go to mybook shelf and choose Air Raid
Today, we are going to look at solving lots of different problems using data from a range of tables and charts. Remember to read the tables and the questions carefully!
PEACOCK - Wonderful job from Kady yesterday! ALFIE KK, please can you write the next chapter.
AZURE - Fantastic chapter from Lily - Josh L, we'd love to see your chapter! Good luck!
The government have announced that we are know allowed to spend time outside in parks providing that we stay two metres apart from people that are not members of our household. This has got us thinking about what we could do in the park, whilst staying two metres apart. What we would like you to do is come up with your own set of rules for a game that involves the players staying two metres apart at all times. We would also love to see videos of you trying out your games! Think about what equipment you need, how many players, how big of an area and what kind (grass, sand, concrete eg.), how do you win your game/score points
Have a wonderful day and don't forget to #clapforourcarers this evening.
The Year 4 team x