WELCOME TO YEAR 4
Mrs Smith, Mrs Kelsey and Mrs Thomas
Year 4 - wow! This was amazing to watch. Thank you for taking the time to put this together it is really appreciated. What I enjoyed most was seeing all of your smiling faces again. Have a lovely half term and keep smiling
Resources For Today's Learning
Allow yourself 30 minutes to complete the paper. Double check for any silly mistakes.
Talk for Writing Tasks. Follow the suggested timetable in the document at the top of the class page.
Half Term Holiday Activities
Instructions for TTRS World Record Attempt
Answers for Today's Learning
Choose one of the activities to practice your 5 spellings each day
Try this new spelling website!
LET'S CELEBRATE YOU...
Thank you for sending your work to me. Have a look at some of the lovely things you have been doing.
Work from Previous Days
Shadow Dance Performance
Wow! What a performance. The children have worked so hard this half term to produce this high quality dance. This took so much focus, determination, timing, precision and dedication. I am very proud of what the children achieved.
To kick start our science topic we investigated, 'How far a whisper can travel?' The children had a great time learning about vibrations and how a cup phone works.
Hadleigh Country Park Trip
This was a brilliant trip for the children. It brought our learning from the classroom to life! Take a look at our many pictures of the day and look out for the teachers getting involved!
Bringing Learning to Life
This week the children used their adding and subtracting skills to become, shopkeepers, bankers and customers. We turned our classroom into a shop and the children were busy calculating their bills, counting their money and working out change.
Breaking News! A prehistoric village has been found!
The children have been researching facts about Stonehenge and today they made their own Stonehenge using icing sugar and Weetabix
The children have been learning about the gas carbon dioxide and weighing it.
As part of our topic Stone Age the children looked at cave paintings then recreated some by painting under our tables. Their painting are now the background to their brilliant |Stone Age poems.
States of Matter
The children have been studying the differences between solids, liquids and gasses. Have a look at them conducting their solid, liquid and gases hunt around the school.