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Year 4

Welcome to Year 4!


Your teacher will very soon be filling this page with exciting class news, pictures of things we’ve done and more.

 

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                        4 Coral                       

4 Opal

 

Mr R. Kain and Miss Hosein
Mrs Axtell, Mrs Field and Mrs Mitchell 

 

If you need to speak to your class teacher or TA during the closure we are attaching the new email accounts. You can contact Miss Hosein or Mrs Field at Opal@galleyhill.herts.sch.uk if you need to speak to Mr Kain or Miss Axtell you can email Coral@galleyhill.herts.sch.uk We can't wait to hear from you!

Hello everyone! 
 

This will be our last message until after the break but we wanted to share with you some links and activities that you might want to explore should you find yourself feeling a little bored.

 

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.goodtoknow.co.uk/family/things-to-do-with-kids-66855/amp

 

https://www.weareteachers.com/best-virtual-field-trips/

 

https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/travel/a31784720/best-virtual-tours/

 

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/coronavirus-children-school-closed-healthy-happy-learning-a9412976.html%3famp

 

https://disneyonstage.co.uk/education/

 

You can go on virtual trips, make something creative, learn a new skill, spend time with family, get in touch with friends - be imaginative! (some of these will suggest going outside please do bare in mind some were written before quarantine begun and you will need to help come up with creative alternatives yourself)
 

Our email accounts will not be regularly checked during the break but feel free to send us pictures of anything you get up to! 
 

We hope you and everyone with you at home has a lovely and relaxing break - it’s well needed at the moment! We miss you all and talk more soon!

 

Miss Hosein and Mr Kain 


Activities for Friday 3rd April

English

To write a riddle in context

Either watch the Hobbit clips again or read chapter 5 of the Hobbit.

What is happening as the riddles are being said?

Gollum is threatening Bilbo and Bilbo is trying to escape the cave.

How does Bilbo speak? How does Gollum? What is the atmosphere in the scene?

Write your riddles into a short scene between Gollum and Bilbo.

You will need to start with the setting, Bilbo running into Gollum, their bargain then the riddles (the ones you wrote yesterday) ending with Bilbo’s escape.

 

Maths
You will be finishing this week’s work on fractions with improper fractions. We have included a PowerPoint to help you learn how to do this and some additional videos if you prefer to listen when you learn rather than read.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-imFslMIN1g  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shpf9krdXQQ

 

If you finish there are some additional challenges for you to have a go at, these are labelled as EXTENSION on the files below.

If you would like to practise your times tables you can go on TTRS.

 

Reading
Complete the Wimbledon reading comprehension activity. There are three levels for you to choose from you decide which one gives you the correct level of challenge. 1 star is accessible for everyone, 2 stars is a little tricky and 3 stars is challenging.

 

If you would prefer to do something a little different today I have included a reading scavenger hunt for you to have a go at.

 

D&T

Similar to last week in D&T we would like you to focus on cooking. You can do this in a few different ways. You can help prepare dinner for everyone at home. Focus on learning how to use the different appliances, how different food needs to be prepared or cooking times. Alternatively, you make wish to bake something if you did something sweet last week focus on something savoury and vice versa.

 

Music
In music today I would like you to focus on some musical numbers that are inspired by Greek Mythology.

https://youtu.be/zXp9T6kX2ks - The Campfire Song from The Lightning Thief Musical

https://youtu.be/MWtjGIV1sMQ - Wait for Me from Hadestown (inspired by Orpheus and Eurydice)

https://youtu.be/NXsDe21ZyPI - Go the Distance from Hercules.

Listen to the three songs a few times. Make notes about what you like about each song and what you don’t, are there any particular lyrics you like? Which is your favourite performance.

If you’re feeling inspired why not listen to some of the other songs on the soundtracks and if you really want a challenge why not try and write your own song about a Greek myth!

 

 

We just wanted to quickly say once more how impressed we are with each and every one of you! We know this has been a bit of a shock to the system but you are all doing so well and we are so proud! You and everyone at home deserves a massive round of applause!

 

This will be the last day until after Easter that we will be posting a full day’s work but we are hoping to post some suggestions of activities in case you need something to do over the break later Friday.

 

We miss you all and please keep in touch :D
Have a fantastic Friday
Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

The Epilogue!

Activities for Thursday 2nd April AKA Mr Kain’s Birthday

English

To write a riddle

What is a riddle?

What do you need to write a riddle?

 

Today you will be writing your own riddles use what we have gone over this week to help you.

 

Write three of your own riddles.

 

If you want a challenge try to make them rhyme like Gollum and Bilbo’s do.

 

Maths

You will be reviewing Equivalent Fractions.

You can go through the PowerPoint review for Equivalent Fractions should you need a recap.

There are 3 different challenges. Either do a challenge that is suitable for you or them all J

Below are a couple of links which also explain Equivalent Fractions (2nd one has a lovely tune frown)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcHHhd6HizI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVSUcvq-40U

 

Reading

It's Thursday so that means it's time to DEAR - drop everything and read! You should, at some point during the day, drop whatever it is you're doing, get comfy and read for 20 minutes.

Send your pictures of where you end up! We loved seeing them last week J

 

Geography

We have been learning all about Greece in Geography this half term.

This week we would like you to ‘Plan a Trip to Greece’ or ‘Create a Tourist Leaflet/Brochure about Greece’

It would be great if you could include a Map of Greece where you plot each of the destinations you select.

For this you will need to do some research about Greece.

Below are some links you might like to use for research

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attractions-g189398-Activities-Greece.html

https://www.thecrazytourist.com/25-best-things-greece/

 

Computing

You will need to log onto Purple Mash and complete the ‘2dos2 on Coding.

Just so you are aware, there are 2 levels, Complete the ‘Chimp’ levels and then ‘Gibbon’

Chimp                                                 Gibbon

Objects and Commands                    Free code Quiz

Magician                                             Genie

 

 

KEEP IT UP EVERYONE =]

Have a thrilling Thursday! 
Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

 

 

 

 

Activities for Wednesday 1st April

English

To describe an object

With someone at home play a game where you describe something in the room. You are not allowed to use the word itself. For example: it had four legs, a long tail that can be fluffy, pointed ears, long white whiskers, the sound it makes is a meow. A CAT

What is an expanded noun phrase? an example would be: a bright blue bus with clean windows. 

Choose 4-5 objects can you write between 5 and 10 phrases like I have done about the cat to describe the objects.

 

Maths
Today we will be continuing our fraction work moving onto adding and subtracting fractions. As we have done for previous days, we have attached a PowerPoint to support your understanding which should allow you to have a go. Remember you’re focusing on adding the numerators.

If you finish there are some additional challenges for you to have a go at, these are labelled as EXTENSION on the files below.

If you would like to practise your times tables you can go on TTRS.

 

Reading
Complete the Garden Bird reading comprehension activity. There are three levels for you to choose from you decide which one gives you the correct level of challenge. 1 star is accessible for everyone, 2 stars is a little tricky and 3 stars is challenging.

 

PE
Complete a fitness based activity. This can be inside or outside if you can do it safely. You could follow Joe Wicks and his daily workout https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ  

You could complete some fitness dance through either Just Dance or the Fitness Marshall https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAPUEAObdbMbg4KAvYea2zhuHtI61CmLm

Or alternatively you could complete a workout through fitter future. You should all have your log ons (if not, drop us an email) https://www.fitterfuture.com

If you have any other ideas that would get you moving have a go at that. Create an assault course, create your own exercise routine or create your own game using a ball that you can play with someone at home.

 

PSHE
Opal – At times things can seem a little difficult at the moment but remember there are always things for us to be grateful for. Spend a little time with Kid President https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yA5Qpt1JRE4 and think of your own 25 things to be thankful for. In the middle of the page using funky writing write ’25 Things to be Thankful For’ and surround that with the 25 reasons you might want to add little drawings too!

 

Coral – Zones of Regulation – RED ZONE! When we're in the red zone it means we have lost control of our emotions. We may feel mad, angry, terrified and we may be yelling or even trying to hurt others with our words or actions.
Think about a time when you were really really angry. What did that feel like in your mind? In your stomach? In your hands? What colour did you see in your mind?

Activity – the same as what we have done for Blue, Green and yellow however complete it for the Red Zone.

 

Once more, we just wanted to say how proud we are of all of you and how much we have loved seeing what you’ve gotten up to. Remember to keep in touch!

Have a Wow-inducing Wednesday
Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

Activities for Tuesday 31st March

English 

To identify rhyming words

Read through the riddles once more from the Hobbit.

What do you notice about the language? Focus on the words at the end of the line.

Highlight any words you can see that rhyme.

Create 5-10 spider diagrams with at least 8 rhyming words.

 

For example cat, mat, bat, flat, hat, splat, fat, hazmat

 

Maths

You will be reviewing Ordering Fractions.

You can go through the PowerPoint review for Counting in Fractions should you need a recap.

There also are 2 fantastic games on PurpleMash which are brilliant for quick fire fractions.

  1. Fraction Wall         2. Fractonio’s Pizzeria

 

There is also an extension activity of ‘Counting in Hundredths’. This is split into 3 varying levels of challenge.

 

Times Tables

You can do on the website below and play a variety of times tables games

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables

My 2 personal favourites are:

‘Hit the Button’ and ‘Tommy’s Trek’

 

Spelling 

Choose 10 words from the 3/4 word list and create a word search.

If you would like to challenge yourself, you could use the Dictionary/or your own definition for each of the words as a clue to then find the word. (See documents for an example or you could just solve that one).

https://thewordsearch.com/maker/

 

 

Reading 

Complete the London Marathon reading comprehension activity. There are three levels for you to choose from you decide which one gives you the correct level of challenge. 1 star is accessible for everyone, 2 stars is a little tricky and 3 stars is challenging. 

Also, if you would like, there is a

‘Guided Reading Skills Task Card activity.’

This one is on the ‘Cause and Effect’

You may choose to complete this task verbally if you wish.

 

PE

Complete a fitness based activity. This can be inside or outside if you can do it safely. 

You could follow Joe Wicks and his daily workout 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

You could complete some fitness dance through either Just Dance or the Fitness Marshall

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAPUEAObdbMbg4KAvYea2zhuHtI61CmLm 

 

Or alternatively you could complete a workout through fitter future. You should all have your log ons (if not, drop us an email)

https://www.fitterfuture.com

 

KEEP ON GOING YEAR 4! YOU’RE ALL DOING FANTASTICALLY!

JUST KEEP SMILING J

JUST KEEP SMILING J

JUST KEEP SMILING J

 

Have a tantalising Tuesday! 
Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

 

 

Activities for Monday 30th March

English

To solve a riddle

What is a riddle? Look up what a riddle is and how you would recognise one. What do you notice about the language in a riddle? What punctuation does it use? How many lines is a riddle?

With your parent’s permission you can watch these clips from the Hobbit. The film is a 12A but there is nothing of concern in the clip it merely shows Gollum and Bilbo giving each other riddles.

 

If you would rather read the scene we have included Chapter 5 of the Hobbit in the documents below.

 

https://youtu.be/jMH6aM8iFsA https://youtu.be/-Vv_IhJCfKE

https://youtu.be/HKyzHo7ZFfk

 

 

You will be trying to solve some riddles. Start with the What Am I? riddles and then move onto the Hobbit riddles for a challenge.

 

You can check the answers yourself or send your guesses to your teacher.

 

Maths

Today in Maths, you will be reviewing what a fraction is and how to colour in a fraction of an amount. There is a PowerPoint for you to go through first then questions for you to work through.

 

If you get through all that and would like a challenge have a go at completing the quarters and halves activity where you’ll need to think about fractions and its link to decimals.

 

If you would like to practise your times table use TTRS. 

 

Reading

Complete the ‘Care of a Cat’ reading comprehension activity. There are three levels for you to choose from you decide which one gives you the correct level of challenge. 1 star is accessible for everyone, 2 stars is a little tricky and 3 stars is challenging. 

 

Art

Today for art, we would like to give you a creative challenge. We would like you to have a go at drawing some of the Greek gods but we would like you to draw them as modern celebrities. For instance Ares was big and imposing so how about The Rock? Aphrodite was all about love and romance so you might choose Taylor Swift. Or another god associated with bringing love Cupid you might choose John Legend instead.

To help with this here is a link to simple line drawings of celebrities. You have a go at drawing their face on top of the body of a Greek god.

https://www.bing.com/images/search?q=simple%20line%20drawings%20of%20celebrities&qs=n&form=QBIR&sp=-1&pq=simple%20line%20drawings%20of%20celebrities&sc=0-35&sk=&cvid=9A835EBC5082488F9AD45C8D10502432

I have included some pictures of the Greek Gods to help!

 

Science

For Science you have two options. I have included a document of seven experiments based around sound which you should be able to complete using things around the home. You can choose as many as you want to try and see if you learn something new about sound.

Alternatively, I am challenging you to make a pair of ear muffs. You will need to make something that will stay on your head, without you holding it, and blocks as much sound as possible. Make a plan, test your design and improve your project following some testing.

 

We hope you have had a relaxing weekend at home and we can’t wait to see all you get up to this week. If you haven’t already, please get in touch – it’s been a week and we miss you!
Have a mind-blowing Monday :)
Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

 

Activities for Friday 26th March

English

 

To apply new vocabulary

What do we know about Greece?

What themes might we include in our poems about Greece?

Once completed, illustrate your poem

Finish your poem

Edit your poem for accuracy

Spellings/conjunctions/higher level

Maths

You will get to use all of the skills you have reviewed this week in a variety of questions.

The Challenge Cards have 3 levels of spicy challenge

Flick back through your work for guidance if you need. Or alternatively, find the PowerPoints we loaded up previously in the week.

 

Reading

Complete the ARMED FORCES DAY reading comprehension activity. Only the one challenge =]

 

French

Please log onto Language Angels – https://www.languageangels.com/schools/

Click on – ‘Pupil Games Area’

Username: 4coral or 4opal           Password: 4coral or 4opal

Go to ‘Less Challenge’ and select 'J'Apprends Le Francais (I'm Learning French)'

Then, complete 5 of the activities.

 

D.T.

As you know, we were studying Greek Food about to start following recipes.

So, if at all possible, we would love you guys to give a go at following a recipe.

This could be to bake, cook or prepare anything you would like/able to do.

You can find loads of recipes online or even just help out with making dinner in the evening.

 

We know some of you may be wanting to come to school to exchange your reading material but unfortunately at this time it is not safe to do so.

Should you need further options for reading, we are sharing a chapter of Artemis Fowl each day. You can

visit Elevenses with David Walliams using the link - https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Or another option is https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/services/Libraries-and-archives/Books-and-reading/Ebooks-and-Audiobooks/ebooks-and-audiobooks.aspx

Along with, Audible are providing many free options until quarantine is over

 

If you know of any other links to provide access to great books, please let your teacher know.

 

 

WE JUST WANTED TO SAY A BIG THANK YOU FOR ALL OF YOUR EMAILS! AS WELL AS YOUR WORK ON ANY OTHER ONLINE PLATFORM!

WE HAVEN’T STOPPED COMMUNICATING WITH ONE ANOTHER AND WE ARE SO IMPRESSED  WITH ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK!

ALSO A MASSIVE SHOUT OUT FOR ALL OF THE ADULTS WHO ARE SUPPORTING YOU AT HOME!

WEEK 1 – COMPLETED =]

 

Have a fantabulous Friday and we’ll be back on Monday TTFN Ta Ta For Now!

 

Miss Hosein and Mr Kain 

D rop E verything A nd R ead

D rop E verything A nd R ead 1
D rop E verything A nd R ead 2

Go on have read another chapter - you know you want to!

Activities for Thursday 25th March

English

To apply new vocabulary

What do we know about Greece? You may want to complete the Topic lesson first today to give you some help with this.

What themes might we include in our poems about Greece?

 

Plan and start writing your own poem

 

You may want to write some words and phrases inspired by the Greek images before you have a go at your poem.

 

Maths

You will be reviewing the written method for division. You can go through the PowerPoint review for division should you need a recap. https://www.purplemash.com/#tab/pm-home/maths/numbers/number_multiplication_division

There is a worksheet for you to work through. There is a worksheet for you to work through. There are also additional challenge cards should you need more to do in this time.

 

Reading

It's Thursday so that means it's time to DEAR - drop everything and read! You should, at some point during the day, drop whatever it is you're doing, get comfy and read for 20 minutes. Why not send us some pictures of where you ended up and with what book :)

 

Geography

We have been learning all about Greece in Geography this half term so we would like you to complete a fact file on Greece. We have set this as a 2do so you could complete this on PurpleMash and submit your work so we can have a look. Alternatively be creative and find another way to show all that you can about this wonderful country.

Below are some links you might like to use for research

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/countries/greece.html

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/greece/today.html

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/greece/10-facts-about-the-ancient-greeks/

https://www.oddizzi.com/teachers/explore-the-world/places/europe/greece/

 

Computing

We will be looking at music in computing today and seeing how it can be manipulated and edited.

You have been set two 2dos on PurpleMash the first 'TwinkleTwinkle' allows you to explore the program and manipulate the sequence. The second '2Sequence' allows you to attempt to make your own music. Think about instruments, sequence, repetition and speed when creating your new sound.

Alternatively if you have an iPad you may wish to use Garage Band or if you really want a challenge why don't you try and play Twinkle Twinkle on this online keyboard. https://www.onlinepianist.com/virtual-piano

 

We have absolutely loved hearing from all of you. If you haven't got in touch yet please think about dropping your teacher an email letting us know what you've been up to or even just to say hi! We miss you all and can't wait to hear from you soon!

Have a tremendous Thursday!

Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

 

 

 

 

Are you ready for Chapter 4?

Elevenses with David Walliams the link is below :)

Elevenses with David Walliams the link is below :)  1

Activities for Wednesday 25th March

English 

To perform/learn a poem

Read the poem in a monotone voice, this means without feeling, boring, without expression.

What was good and bad about reading like this?

Read the poem expressively, this means with changes in volume, with emphasis, with pauses in appropriate places. 

What was good and bad about reading like this?

Learn the poem

Focus on your voices

Expression, intonation, volume, actions.

 

If you need a little help watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RvV23xoZRkI for some tips from legendary author Michael Rosen. 

 

Maths

You will be reviewing the written method for Multiplication.

There are three challenges levels go for the one you feel most comfortable with to begin and work your way up.

You can go through the PowerPoint review for Formal Multiplication should you need a recap.

 

If you would like to practice your times tables use TTRS. (If you would to change your target Times Tables, please email us with what you want)

 

Reading 

Complete the ARMED FORCES DAY reading comprehension activity. There are three levels for you to choose from you decide which one gives you the correct level of challenge. 1 star is accessible for everyone, 2 stars is a little tricky and 3 stars is challenging. 

 

PE

Complete a fitness based activity. This can be inside or outside if you can do it safely. 

You could follow Joe Wicks and his daily workout https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

You could complete some fitness dance through either Just Dance or the Fitness Marshall https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAPUEAObdbMbg4KAvYea2zhuHtI61CmLm 

Or alternatively you could complete a workout through fitter future https://www.fitterfuture.com/ you should all have your log ons from last week.

 

If you're looking to extend this why don't you try and create your own workout and then lead the people at home through it - have a work out together! 

 

PSHE

Opal - Create a Poster

We all know how important it is to stay inside at the moment to help out you can create a poster to encourage people to stay home unless absolutely necessary which you could then put in your windows for the public to see.

 

Coral – Zones of RegulationYellow Zone!

When we're in the yellow zone it means that we have lost some concentration and focus. We could be feeling a bit frustrated, worried, silly or even excited.

Activity – the same as what we have done for Blue and Green however complete it for the Yellow Zone

 

KEEP THE WORK COMING! WE ARE LOVING SEEING IT ALL! HAVE A WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY J

Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

Activities for Tuesday 24th March

English 

To identify how words are used effectively

Read through the Poem the poem again

What word choices do you like? Why do you like them? What kind of words are they adjectives, adverbs, verbs or nouns?

What impact do these words have on the reader?

Identify 5-10 words that you like/find effective

Explain why they are effective

 

If you are looking for an extension have a go at drawing what you see in your head when you read the poem. 

 

Maths

You will be reviewing the written method for subtraction.

You can go through the PowerPoint review for addition and subtraction should you need a recap. There are also activities you can explore on PurpleMash for additional support https://www.purplemash.com/#tab/pm-home/maths/numbers/number_addition_subtraction

 

There are two challenge levels go for the one you feel most comfortable with to begin and work your way up.

If you would like to practice your times tables use TTRS. 

 

Spelling 

Choose 10 words from the 3/4 word list.

Look up each word in the dictionary and write the meaning.

Then try and use these new words in a sentence. Can you push yourself by using fronted adverbials and conjunctions? 

Practice your new words using one of the spelling activities we use in class. This could be rainbow writing, pyramid writing, bubble writing, using them in a story. BE CREATIVE :)

 

Reading 

Complete the FA Cup reading comprehension activity. There are three levels for you to choose from you decide which one gives you the correct level of challenge. 1 star is accessible for everyone, 2 stars is a little tricky and 3 stars is challenging. 

 

PE

Complete a fitness based activity. This can be inside or outside if you can do it safely. 

You could follow Joe Wicks and his daily workout https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

You could complete some fitness dance through either Just Dance or the Fitness Marshall https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAPUEAObdbMbg4KAvYea2zhuHtI61CmLm 

Or alternatively you could complete a workout through fitter future https://www.fitterfuture.com/ you should all have your log ons from last week. 

 

We loved seeing your emails Monday and if you want to send us any completed pieces of work today we would love to see it. Have a terrific Tuesday :) 

Miss Hosein and Mr Kain

 

Artemis Fowl - Chapter Two

Activites for Monday 23rd March

English

To use a dictionary

You will need to read the Poem ‘Greece by Oscar Wilde’

What do you think the poem is about?

How does it make you feel?

What parts do you like most?

Your task is to highlight words which you do not know.

Use a dictionary/online to create a glossary of these words.

If you would like an extension have a go at using them in a sentence of your own. 

 

Maths 

You will be reviewing the written method for addition.

You can go through the PowerPoint review for addition and subtraction should you need a recap. There are also activities you can explore on PurpleMash for additional support https://www.purplemash.com/#tab/pm-home/maths/numbers/number_addition_subtraction

 

There are three challenge levels go for the one you feel most comfortable with to begin and work your way up.

If you would like to practise your times table use TTRS. 

 

Art 

In Art we would like you to have a go at drawing the Parthenon. You can do this in any way pencil, paint, coloured pencils, on 2simple, on Paint. Here is a video to help you if you would like to use the computer. 

https://www.drawingnow.com/tutorials/114419/how-to-draw-acropolis-in-parthenon/

 

Science 

We have been learning about sound in class. Have a go at completing this quiz:

 https://www.purplemash.com/#app/games/2diy/how_sounds_are_made anything you're not too sure about have a research. 

 

Any work that you complete please either take a picture or attach a copy and email it to us, we'd love to see what you've been doing!

Have a Marvelous Monday - Miss Hosein and Mr Kain :)

 

To help with this time we will be sharing a chapter a day of Artemis Fowl if you’re looking for something good to read we highly recommend this book about a teenage criminal mastermind

Team Four Spring Timetables

Team Four Spring Timetables 1
Team Four Spring Timetables 2

Spelling Homework

Please write each spelling into your 'Spelling Homework book'  2 times as well as writing 1 sentence for each word!

 

For example

Beautiful  -  Beautiful 

In the morning, the blue, beautiful flowers swayed majestically in the wind while the sun shone down on them.

 

When writing your sentences, please remember your punctuation along with using descriptive language, fronted adverbials, prepositions and conjunctions - where possible.

 

Homework needs to be handed in on Wednesdays in preparation for a spelling test on Friday

* Year 3/4 words (taken straight from the National Curriculum.) will additionally be covered within Morning Tasks.

Children are expected to know how to spell these by the end of year 4.

 

Spelling Homework 13/03/20

Words ending in 'er'

earlier
believer
breather 
consider 
experimenter 
naughtier
remember 
stranger
teacher
swimmer

Rock away Teddy, Frankie, Tyler and Ben!

Rock away Teddy, Frankie, Tyler and Ben! 1

For one week only! A five man band - Tyler B, Isabella, Frankie, Ibrahim and Maycee

For one week only! A five man band - Tyler B, Isabella, Frankie, Ibrahim and Maycee 1

Year 4 Speed Stacking

Year 4 Speed Stacking 1
Year 4 Speed Stacking 2
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World Book Day!

Some Opal Greeks are waiting to 'surprise' some Opal Trojans

Some Opal Greeks are waiting to 'surprise' some Opal Trojans  1

On the stage tonight! Maryo, Joe, Theo and Ibrahim!

On the stage tonight! Maryo, Joe, Theo and Ibrahim! 1

An Opal production of Theseus and the Minotaur

For one week only! Jessica, Joe, Ibrahim and Beeeeeeeeeeen!

For one week only! Jessica, Joe, Ibrahim and Beeeeeeeeeeen! 1

Coral sticking their teeth into something! 😁

Coral sticking their teeth into something! 😁 1
Coral sticking their teeth into something! 😁 2
Coral sticking their teeth into something! 😁 3
Coral sticking their teeth into something! 😁 4
Coral sticking their teeth into something! 😁 5
Coral sticking their teeth into something! 😁 6

Coral's Greek Army in process

Coral's Greek Army in process 1
Coral's Greek Army in process 2
Coral's Greek Army in process 3

Opal show me your teeth 😬

Opal show me your teeth 😬 1
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Opal show me your teeth 😬 3
Opal show me your teeth 😬 4
Opal show me your teeth 😬 5

Entering the rock hall of fame this week Tyler, Teddy, Ibrahim and Maryo!

Entering the rock hall of fame this week Tyler, Teddy, Ibrahim and Maryo! 1

Say cheeeeeeeeeese

Say cheeeeeeeeeese 1
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Say cheeeeeeeeeese 3
Say cheeeeeeeeeese 4
Say cheeeeeeeeeese 5

It's fashion - Ancient Greek fashion

The first rockers of the new year! Logan, Ibrahim, Teddy and Theo!

The first rockers of the new year! Logan, Ibrahim, Teddy and Theo! 1

Ancient Greek Outfits

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Art in Coral

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Teamwork in PE

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Teamwork in PE 5

Coral Exploring the Digestive System

Opal creating history

Food for thought in Science in Opal

Food for thought in Science in Opal 1
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Food for thought in Science in Opal 3
Food for thought in Science in Opal 4
Food for thought in Science in Opal 5

Coral are digesting their learning

Coral are digesting their learning  1

An Opal Sculpture Museum

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A Christmas Caper - they can't stop us all hehe

A Christmas Caper - they can't stop us all hehe 1

Matching jumpers!

Matching jumpers!  1

Happy Christmas dinner/jumper day

Happy Christmas dinner/jumper day  1

Christmas rockers! Theo, Lewis, Amy and Simas

Christmas rockers! Theo, Lewis, Amy and Simas 1

I'm ready for my diiiiinnnnnnner - jumper and all

I'm ready for my diiiiinnnnnnner - jumper and all  1

We had a lovely time at the Christmas service

I’m such a talented little elf

I’m such a talented little elf  1

Creating the Water Cycle

Naughty or nice list Opal

Naughty or nice list Opal 1

I'm watching you Coral

I'm watching you Coral 1

Opal exploring weight and capacity

Coral - Estimating, Comparing and Measuring Mass and Capacity

Recognise these Mr Kain??? Mwhahahahahaa

Recognise these Mr Kain??? Mwhahahahahaa 1

Holidays are coming...

Holidays are coming...  1

This is my Tree!

This is my Tree!  1

I wonder if Coral will notice me???

I wonder if Coral will notice me??? 1

I’m loving the new look - blue is clearly my colour

I’m loving the new look - blue is clearly my colour  1

Freddo needed some quiet time so I’ve stuck him in jail hehe

Freddo needed some quiet time so I’ve stuck him in jail hehe  1

Well done Simas, Lewis, Ibrahim and Teddy - you're rockin' out!

Well done Simas, Lewis, Ibrahim and Teddy - you're rockin' out! 1

Some freeze frames from David Walliam's 'The Boy in the Dress'

Some freeze frames from David Walliam's 'The Boy in the Dress' 1
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An Edgar vs Edgar showdown!

An Edgar vs Edgar showdown! 1

The advent calendars will be mine! At least until tomorrow :D

The advent calendars will be mine! At least until tomorrow :D 1

I love a trip! Cadbury’s here I cooooooome

I love a trip! Cadbury’s here I cooooooome  1

Why yes I do believe I deserve this special award.

Why yes I do believe I deserve this special award.  1

They’ll never find me... heheheee

They’ll never find me... heheheee 1

What’s in here?

What’s in here?  1

Hello Year 4!

Hello Year 4! 1

A rock collaboration this week! Our rockers from the 22nd and 29th - Ibrahim, Amy, Antonio, Lewis, Simas and Jacob!

A rock collaboration this week! Our rockers from the 22nd and 29th - Ibrahim, Amy, Antonio, Lewis, Simas and Jacob! 1

Exploring Condensation

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Rock on Logan, Teddy, Ibrahim and Frank!

Rock on Logan, Teddy, Ibrahim and Frank! 1

Logan, Bendy and Pudsey with the Opal collection

Logan, Bendy and Pudsey with the Opal collection 1

Happy Children in Need from Year 4!

Happy Children in Need from Year 4! 1
Happy Children in Need from Year 4! 2

Opal have been interpreting the poem Overheard in a Saltmarsh by Harold Munro

Enjoy being the Top Rockers for 2 weeks Li-Shan, Joe, Frankie and Rishi!

Enjoy being the Top Rockers for 2 weeks Li-Shan, Joe, Frankie and Rishi! 1

Ice Challenge! Do you wanna build an ice tower?

Ice Challenge! Do you wanna build an ice tower? 1
Ice Challenge! Do you wanna build an ice tower? 2
Ice Challenge! Do you wanna build an ice tower? 3
Ice Challenge! Do you wanna build an ice tower? 4
Ice Challenge! Do you wanna build an ice tower? 5

A few from the rugby tournament

A Year 4 Boyband this week with Frank, Lewis, Theo and Maryo

A Year 4 Boyband this week with Frank, Lewis, Theo and Maryo 1

Rockstars of the week! Ben, Teddy, Amy and Li-Shan! The crowd goes wild!

Rockstars of the week! Ben, Teddy, Amy and Li-Shan! The crowd goes wild! 1

A little investigating in Year 4

This week Ben, Isabella, Kamila and Maryo have been seriously rocking out!

This week Ben, Isabella, Kamila and Maryo have been seriously rocking out! 1

Delving into the world of violins

Mason, Grace, Isabella and Poppy you guys really know how to rock!

Mason, Grace, Isabella and Poppy you guys really know how to rock! 1

Year Four have been experimenting with gas!

Year Four have been experimenting with gas! 1

Holly, Frankie M, Frank and Ben... YOU'RE IN THE BAND!

Holly, Frankie M, Frank and Ben... YOU'RE IN THE BAND!  1

Opal have been exploring States of Matter!

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Solid! Liquid! Gas!

Solid! Liquid! Gas!  1
Solid! Liquid! Gas!  2
Solid! Liquid! Gas!  3

Maths - place value

Mission: SAVE THE ICE LOLLY

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