Happy Thursday Year 4! Happy world book day, I can't wait to find out what all your favourite books are!
Don't forget to meet me on Microsoft Teams at 9:35 every morning, to go through your tasks. It should be easy to join through the calendar by clicking on the meeting on that day, and you will be waiting in a lobby until I open the meeting. Please make sure you log on and join the meeting because I will be doing a register!
Remember to keep blogging or emailing me every day!
Keep reading using the GETEPIC website or app and logging into TTRS daily also! Well done for all this reading!
Have fun and keep active! Here are you task for today:
Task 1: English
LO: To retrieve and find information in a book
Read carefully the PowerPoint slides below to teach yourself all about World Book Day and why it is important. I have upload the PowerPoint below also if you want to view it a bit bigger.
After you have done this, you will need to gather all the books you have and enjoy reading. (there is also GETEPIC to use while completing the task).
When you have done this you need to open the PDF document below and complete the 2 World Book Day scavenger hunt activities (they are all explained the the worksheets:
You can either print of the worksheets and complete the activities or copy the tables and sentences into your exercise books. Enjoy!
Task 2: Maths
LO: To count in tenths
To access today’s Maths click on the links below:
One is the video lesson
One is the work sheets to complete
One is the answers
Watch the video lesson, then click on the activity PDF. 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!
Task 3: Art
LO: To design a new book cover for our favourite book
I would like to create a display of your art work around our reading corner. So I would like you to recreate the cover of your favourite book. Follow the PowerPoint slide below and your task will be explained in more detail. (I have also attached the PowerPoint so you can see the picture a bit bigger if you want). Enjoy and send them in to me!