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Good Afternoon Year 4

We hope your learning went well and that you enjoyed your activities. How did your explanation text writing go today? Did you find interesting website links that you could include in the conclusion?

Tomorrow is the celebration of Victory in Europe Day (VE day). There is a host of activities that you can do such as information on how to make a fact file about VE day or how to make bunting that can go up around the house! You can find this on the website under History Curriculum (Home learning) VE day activities.

Also, the latest News First (Issue 724) is now out. You can find this on the Year 4 Year Group Pages. There is a fascinating article on ‘Who is coming out of lockdown and how!’ You will find on page 4 covering ‘Quick News’, there is a wee article on how microplastics for the first time have been found in the Antarctic.

Over the weekend don’t forget to regularly visit TT Rockstars and Bug Club. Your teachers are monitoring this closely.  Ensure you are reading daily for at least 30 minutes and filling in your Reading Records.

Good morning Year 4,

 Welcome to another day of fantastic learning! 

We hope you have found learning about Tornadoes exciting and fascinating! Today you are finishing your explanation writing on the topic. Remember you can always re-watch Chris Packham Wildlife Expert, outlining the key features of explanation writing.  He suggests that in your conclusion, you can put a website link in that will help clarify the points your making. This is a great idea! Also, those of you who particularly like drawing diagrams, well today is the day you have an opportunity to excel!

In Maths you will be dividing 3 digits by 1 digit. Those of you who want to do an extension could make up more word problems based on the examples given in 8 and 9 of the White Rose Maths for today.

Remember to take breaks and play! We look forward to reading your explanation texts and reading those that end up on the school website.

Have a great day!

Ms Dworniak and Year 4 team

Reading Comprehension

First News newspaper