It's Thursday already, keep up the amazing work! Keep having fun and stay active! Today's Maths task is on the white rose website, Enjoy! Remember to blog or email me when you have completed a task! Not everyone is blogging , logging onto TT RockStars or logging onto Education City: If you are struggling to log onto any of these please let me know via adult email: Year4_Home@st-john.lancs.sch.uk
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Here are today's tasks:
Task 1: English
LO: To write a recount as another character
Watch the video again and using your plan from yesterday think about some sentence you could use to write a recount (pretending to be the explorer: explain what is happening).
Now I want you to write a recount into you exercise books: pretending to be the explorer, and explain everything that is happening. When writing use your plan and the success criteria below to mark your own writing, make sure you can say you have done all these things:
(I have uploaded my recount, pretending to be the camel, below to help you understand how I want yours to look)
Success Criteria - When writing your recount make sure to:
Task 2: Maths
LO: To round decimals
To access today’s maths click on the link below:
Complete lesson 1: Summer Term – Week 2 (w/c 27th April),(remember to scroll down and click on the right pink week tab), watch the video lesson, then click on the activity. You can either print of the work sheet and complete the work, or copy the answers into your exercise book. After you can check your answers with an adult clicking on the answers sheet! BUT NO CHEATING! Enjoy!
It looks like this:
Task 3: Science
LO: To understand the water cycle
Log onto Education City, click on class work and then on Science Task: Thursday 21st May. Complete all the activities and use the answers to check you work. It looks like this:
After you have completed all these activities can you please draw me an artistic water cycle diagram into your books or on paper. Label the diagram to show you have understood this lesson. Enjoy!