Hello to all my amazing Year 4's!
Above you will see a link to our Year 4 Home Learning Padlet. This is where you need to share all your home learning and I can have a look and give you some feedback because I can't get to your books to mark them!
Please start using this immediately!. Complete your work in the book given to you at the start of lockdown. Parents can take a photo of it and upload it to the padlet straight from their phone just by clicking on the + in the corner of the padlet page.
I can't wait to see how hard you're all working at home!
Below is your learning for this week. Please don't worry if you can't get everything done, it is much more important that you look after yourselves and your mental health. You certainly don't need to become stressed about home learning!
Remember, you can keep practising on Times Tables Rockstars and Spelling Shed using the logins you have been given.
Don't forget the Welbeing calendar daily activities. Also, remember that this page also has lots of websites you can use and all the spelling lists too. Please keep reading every day - there are links further down the page to free e-books online.
Remember to upload your learning to the Year 4 Padlet!
I'm still missing you all so much, stay safe until we're back together again!
lots of love
The National Curriculum states that the skills listed below should be embedded by the end of the year group.
Spelling rules and patterns are regularly taught as part of our English curriculum. Alongside the learning in class, children will receive a weekly spelling list as part of their homework.
The word lists below are those which children use frequently in their writing but can often be spelled incorrectly. Some children in Year 4 may still be learning words from Year 1 and 2.
Homework is given out every Wednesday and is to be returned by the following Monday. This consists of:-
- times table practise using 'Times Tables Rockstars' (children use own logins)
- spelling words using 'Spelling Shed' (children use own logins)
- a Maths or English task relating to learning for that week
In addition to this, we ask that you support your children to read at least 3 times a week and record this in their reading record book. Regular reading really does help your child to access all areas of the curriculum.