Happy Thursday Year 4!
This week, things get a bit more exciting as I am now meeting with you all at home through Microsoft Teams at 9:35 every morning, to go through your tasks. It should be easy to join through the email I sent now, and you wiull be waiting in a lobby untill I open the meeting. Please make sure you log on and join the meeting because I will be doing a register!
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/carers can email me on: Year4_Home@st-john.lancs.sch.uk
Keep reading (GETEPIC) and logging into TT Rockstars daily also!
Have fun and keep active! Here are your tasks for today, take your time and have breaks in between each task:
Task 1: English
LO: To complete a reading comprehension
From the KS2 English Comprehension Year 4 Targeted Question Book in your folders, complete The Tails of Custard the Dragon Comprehension activity on pages 4-5. Don’t forget the put the Date at the top of the page. I will read and explain further in the VIDEOS FOR YEAR 4 2020-2021 section (link to school videos is below), the video is called English Task: Thursday 4th Feb.
Please read through the text carefully and keep going back to the text after you have read each question! The answers are in the text!
After completing this draw me a picture of what you think custard the dragon might look like and blog/email your master pieces! Good Luck and well done everyone!
Task 2: Maths
LO: To tell the time to am and pm
First click on the Time Game link and play for at least 15mins to get your brains working.
Then, click on the lesson link below and a follow the instructions on the Oak Academy lesson. Follow the video lesson and pause at anytime. Copy and complete any worksheets into your exercise books. Complete the quizzes and blog me how you got on. In this lesson you will learn to correctly use a.m. and p.m. to read and record time.
Task 3: Science
LO: To plan and carry out a scientific experiment
Science isn’t all about lab coats and goggles. Raid your kitchen cupboards, blow up balloons and make water do some very strange things, you have a choice from these 10 fun science experiments for kids you can do at home.
With handy messiness ratings and easy to follow guides, these projects don’t need fancy ingredients or equipment. Get ready to roll up your sleeves - which science experiment will you try?
Have a look through all the science experiments below first before you choose which one to have a go at, then write a short summary of what you did and what you found out (results). Please don't go out and buy things just choose the best one you can do at home. If you don't have any of the things you need for an experiment well you can't do that one. Enjoy!
P.S If your parents/carers say you can't do an experiment you MUST listen to them and not do it, sorry! And if there is a another experiment you have found why not do that instead?