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Welcome to Year 4

If you have any questions about the tasks, need support, want to share your progress or simply say 'Hi', then you can email me (Monday - Friday 9am-3pm) at this address:  yr4teacher@kington.hereford.sch.uk 

 

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Week of 28th September 2020

This week we are going to be looking at another Pie Corbett poem, exploring negative numbers, learning about owls and practising counting to 10 in French.

Below you will find activities and links to help you carry on working on some of our Y4 activities.

 

English = read and share the new poem with someone at home, talk about the vocabulary and ideas which you enjoy giving reasons why. Explore the reading comprehension and see what information you can learn about owls. Use this information and the poem to help you to write your own information report about owls. You should think about adding text boxes/paragraphs, pictures which are labelled and questions for your reader to think about. Don't forget to read at least 3 times in the week, if you have finished your book band reader then look on 'Oxford Owl' for other books in that book band.

Read our new poem, what do you like about this one? Can you explain to someone at home?

We are going to use this reading comprehension to help us to understand more about owls. Please complete the version with 1 star on the bottom.

Maths = this week we are exploring negative numbers. Please look at the clips and questions carefully. If you are not sure about the idea of negative numbers talk to someone at home about how we often use negative numbers when measuring the temperature in very cold weather.
French = this week we are going to re-visit numbers in French in particular 0-10. Look at the website and song before practising the numbers with someone at home. In school we will be playing lotto/bingo with these numbers.

Week of 21st September 2020

This week in maths we are working on adding and taking away 1,000 from a given number, in English we are learning a new poem all about a snail, exploring about an artist called Monet and in our topic work we are going to be learning more about the names of rivers in the UK.

Rivers of the UK

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