Year 4 - Top Hats
Top Hats is Year Four - Mrs Church's class.
10.04.2020 Good Morning Year 4!
Here is the weekly home learning project to keep you busy over the next week. Choose activities that you would like to complete:
Easter is an important religious time for Christians and this one will always be remembered. Enjoy time with your family this weekend, the weather is going to be lovely so get outside in your gardens!
We will be back in touch with you all next week.
From all the Year 4 staff xx
9th April 2020
Good morning children!
I hope this message finds you all well and staying safe in the sunshine!
How about reading the first chapter of an exciting story today? Follow the link to Purple Mash and read chapter one of Around the World in 80 Minutes – complete the quiz.
To find the story go to Purple Mash, Teachers, Serial Mash Teacher’s Area, scroll down to Emeralds (7-9), find the story Around the World in 80 Minutes.
Have a lovely day!
08.04.2020 Good Morning Year Four!
Hope you are all well and managing to do some holiday things at home as well as a bit of school work - why not take a book outside to read today? Maybe you can make a den to read in or even put a tent up?!
When you are inside, maybe write an email to a family member or to one of your school friends telling them what you have been up to. Remember - keep practising your timestables!
Have a good Wednesday
Rudie has sent me these great pictures to show how hard he has been working! What a star!
Tuesday 7th April
Good morning children!
I hope that you all well. Remember that it is the Easter holiday and you should be spending quality time with your family. If you would like a project to do together, here is an idea - Who is in your immediate family? What other relatives do you have? How does their family link together? How many people do they have in their family? Why not spend time looking through old photos and talking about the people in their families. What family stories can they tell? How is life different to their parents? Grandparents? Now, let's get creative! Create a piece of artwork entitled ‘Family’. This could be a drawing, a self-portrait, a sculpture or collage. Can you challenge yourself to create a family tree?
Send me pictures of your work - I would love to see them.
Have a lovely day.
Mrs Church xx
Monday 6th April
Good morning children!
I hope that you all had a lovely weekend, enjoying some time in the garden with your family and of course, staying safe.
It would be a good idea to spend twenty minutes on TT Rockstars today on the Soundcheck game - see if you can beat your own personal best!! Also, practise those common exception words. Just choose five, find out what they mean and write a sentence using each one. Remember those fronted adverbials!!
Remember to send me any pictures of you getting creative.
Have a lovely Monday.
With best wishes,
Good morning everyone! Here is the home learning Project work for next week. Please choose a few activities for each day and share any work you can with me. We hope you have fun! Take care and enjoy the sunshine in your gardens this weekend
Year 4 word list (for your spelling work)
Dannii has been really busy! She has made slime, been on lots of dog walks as well as doing lots of her school work. Top job, Dannii!
Look at Lexi's lovely spring picture
Nikita loves maps! Look at this great one he sent me showing Africa and America. Good work!
Henley has been busy and sent me this email about his day:
On Thursday 26th march me and My little brother did forest schools at my aunties. We prepared a fire
by collecting sticks and leafs then we toasted marshmallos. I also helped my brother with his spellings and did some online work.
Henry has done a brilliant power point all about his favourite band. Hope you like it!
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Look how busy Leah has been! Great work!
I thought I would put on some pictures of the work people are doing at home. Have a look and see if you can spot yours! Keep sending me pictures, I am really enjoying seeing what you have been up to! Mrs Church x
In art we have been finding out about sculpture. We will be using clay to create our own Viking figureheads. Here are some pictures of use practising the skills we will need to produce our finished work.
In Geography we have been looking at OS maps to find places and learn about keys and grid references. The children really enjoyed finding different symbols on the maps and talking about where they would choose to live:
On Friday the children completed a circuit training session to challenge their fitness. They had great fun! We will do this again at the end of the half term to see how much they have improved! Go Top Hats!!
We have had a great first week back in school! We are studying a history topic this half term and the class have really enjoyed our lessons so far - ask them about the toilet roll!!
We have made some brilliant models of Anglo-Saxon villages: