INTERNET SAFETY MESSAGE.
Since we are encouraging pupils to use the internet more than ever for home learning we must, as adults, try to ensure they remain safe online. We encourage you to monitor their internet use regularly and carefully. If you would like any more information about this then visit the Parent Tab on our homepage.
Wishing you all a very HAPPY EASTER and stay safe. See below for some Easter Activities
Here are some websites you may find helpful...
NEW WEEKLY ACTIVITIES
New Web Links for Home Learning.
Home Learning Ideas for Year 4
Please encourage your child to continue to:
- Daily times tables and division practice
- Find fractions of quantities and amounts
- Solve mathematical problems involving measures (e.g. cooking)
- Practise spellings from the Year 3/4 spelling list
- Read a range of books, magazines and other interesting texts
- Write reviews of what they have read.
- Use their homework grids to creatively engage with topic work (please ensure these can be done indoors)
- Create illustrated poems
- Create collages and models from found objects
Use the key words below to find useful Websites (pupils will have their own login details)
- Times Tables Rockstars
- Oxford Reading Buddies
You may also find some interesting activities on:
Under the 'Home Learning' section (see below) on this page you will find PDF files that can be used to support learning at home. Just click and print!
Below is a blank PowerPoint presentation based on Native Americans. Headings have been placed on each slide. Encourage your child to research and write an explanation about each heading. They should also include animations and transitions to their presentation. If you do not have access to PowerPoint then create a written report.
Native American Presentation
NEW TOPIC NEWS
Our new topic for the rest of the Autumn Term is...
I am a Warrior!
We are going to be exploring the life of the Celts and the Roman invasion of England. We will get to understand how the Romans affected life in Britain and the amazing transformation that happened over 2000 years ago. All of us will be making, investigating and researching key areas of learning to bring this topic to life so make sure you visit this page to keep updated!