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St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Primary School Love One Another


Wednesday 8th April

Happy Wednesday Year 4!

All your work is making me extremely proud well done!

All Work can be completed in your exercise books today, work hard and try you best, it is nearly Easter!

Comment on my today's blog post when you have completed as task. You can also get an adult to email me your work.

Please log on to TT Rockstars I have started a Boys vs Girls Tournament, lets see who wins!



Task 1: English

LO: To use personification

Watch Tadeo Jones again! These lessons are helping you gather some great sentences to use for writing a detailed description of an Ancient Egyptian Tomb. Today's lesson is about personification. Pause and follow the Slides below very carefully, they will explain what personification is and tell you what to do in your exercise books. Try your best and have a go, get help if you need to. Good luck, today's English is below:

Tadeo Jones


Task 2: Maths

LO: To divide 1 digit by 10

To access today’s maths click on the link below:
Complete lesson 5 from week 1, (remember to click on week 1 and go to the bottom), 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! 


Task 3: Geography

LO: To be able to identify the continents of the world.

Follow the PowerPoint Slides below very carefully, answer any questions into your exercise book. I will add the PDF document below as well if you wanted to print any sheets of the complete into your exercise books. Some sheets may want you to copy the world map into you book (if you cannot print off the sheet) just have a go at copying the map into your book it will be fun! Complete the word search by just finding the words in your head if you want. Colour and label each continent on the map. 

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