Good morning Year 4 happy Thursday, keep up with this amazing attitude at home and keep working hard! Try your best just like you would in school.
Remember you must blog me every day now! Click on the 2016 blog post to see all year 4 blogs and Mr Steele blog post to see mine. If you have trouble accessing and completing any work get an adult to email me so I can help. Parents/careers can email me on: Year4_Home@st-john.lancs.sch.uk
Keep reading (maybe use GETEPIC!) and logging into TT Rockstars (I have started a new battle!) daily also!
Have fun and keep active! Here are your tasks for today:
Task 1: English
Good morning from Mrs Miskell! Today we are going to do our SPaG test - I know you are all going to be so excited about this!!
Step 1: click on the video for the spelling test below. You will see the sentences like you would in class, and you will hear me reading out the word. You do not need to write the full sentence - just write down the 20 words. Remember to write neatly!
Step 2: open the PDF document for the punctuation and grammar part of the test. Again for this you only need to write the answer, you do not need to copy out the full question. Be careful though -as an example question 1 asks you to add the missing capital letters and full stops, so you will need to copy out the full sentence so you can add in the missing punctuation!
Step 3: Once you have finished both parts of the test, check the blog for my post, and you will find the answer video. I will post the video just before lunch (about 11.45am), so please mark your work and blog me or email Mr Steele with your scores out of 20.
Task 2: Maths
LO: To understand fractions
Watch this video below to remind and remember what fractions are. Then follow the PowerPoint slides below the video, this will explain how to answer some of the questions you might be asked in a test.
Task 3: RE
LO: To explore saints
Follow the PowerPoint slides below and read the PowerPoint carefully (this is from the Pope).
Pause the slides when you get to a task and complete into your exercise books. Enjoy