Year 4 W/C 11.1.21
Home learning 11th January
Maths work for this week.
Friday Maths is our Testbase sheet- try not to look at the answers!
Extension maths (optional) for those who finish this week.
Literacy this week focuses on poetry. Firstly to read the attached poem:
Then it is to try and list nouns from the poem. Look at the noun phrases powerpoint – learn how to progress from basic nouns to expanded noun phrases. Look at and discuss examples from the powerpoint. See my video links to help.
Below is my video link explaining noun phrase task for Monday.
Read and listen to MACAVITY: THE MYSTERY CAT. Analyse the features of the poem (lines/stanzas/rhyming) Next, discuss what the performers do to enhance the effectiveness of the poem.
Can you read your poem aloud to an adult- if you are really brave, you could rehearse it and video it then upload to Seesaw!
For those feeling less brave (and those who want extra today) a task has been set on SPAG.Com- please log in and complete in the usual way.
Sheet and PowerPoint from video attached.
Poem and task- read the poem Junk and watch my loom video with task detail. Choose a poem set out like this from Junk or Macavity using rhyming couplets and 2 verses of 4 or 6 lines- you can of course do more if you so wish.
Comprehension this week
TOPIC AND WIDER CURRICULUM
Monday 11th January-
Science- please see Seesaw for our in class video of our science experiment involving changes of state. A small diagram and write up of your own investigation would be great. Alternatively a video upload via Seesaw would be amazing. A link to a recording sheet is below.
Tuesday 12th January
Geography- watch attached loom video link and can you list details and facts about the local river to us- the Ribble. How long is it? Where is its source? Where does it enter the sea? What are its tributaries? You can feed your research back via Seesaw by means of writing, a PowerPoint or by drawing. A You Tube clip of the Ribble from sea to source is also linked.
Also includes a bit of French!
Art work from Mrs Coulston! See link below.
Thursday 14th January
Computing- can you compose a spooky or space themed short piece of music? See video link below for help. You have 2 options- use either Purple Mash 2 sequence or with an Ipad an app called Isle of Tune (may cost to download so obviously this is optional as Purple Mash is free)
For links to our music curriculum and the recorder exercises link to Charanga. https://charanga.com/site/
Mrs Maddocks has uploaded a video for this week’s lesson- children should have passwords- contact me via Seesaw if there are any issues.