Good morning year 4! Last full week before half term.
Here is a fun fact to start our week off.
To start the day off, spend 10 minutes completing arithmetic pg 43. After 10 minutes, use the answers to mark and correct any you have got wrong.
Today's first job is to go back to the work you completed on Friday and use the answers below to mark. Please complete any corrections for the ones you have got wrong.
Today, we are going to start to look at equivalent fractions.
First, write the short date 08.01.21 and the title Equivalent Fractions. Use the ruler to make sure you underline both.
Next, have a look at the criteria below and complete your recap and anchor task. Use the answers below to check how you have got on.
If you are in Miss Groves or Miss Cameron's group, please complete the orange task and if you feel confident with that then complete the green task.
If you would like to challenge yourself further then have ago at the purple task.
If you are in Mrs Bennett's group, complete the green task and then move onto the purple task. If you are unsure then you may need to go back and complete the orange task first.
For literacy today, we are going to look at out handwriting.
First, write the long date Monday 8th February 2021 and the title Handwriting. Use your ruler to underline both.
Next, have a look at the criteria below and complete your recap.
Today, we are going to concentrate on making all our downward strokes parallel and all our letters a consistent size and shape.
Use the sheet below. Write at least a line of each word, taking your time to concentrate on the joins you are creating.
Make sure you are sat at the table with a sharp pencil.
This is our last lesson of looking at the question 'What did the Romans bring to Britain?'
For today's learning, we would like you to bring all the knowledge, that you have learnt over the past few week together to create an informative poster. Your poster must answer the question WHAT DID THE ROMANS BRING TO BRITIAN?
Please use the links that we have put on the other weeks learning to help you with the information that you would like to include. Think about the following:
Food and drink
Education- Language, numbers and writing
You can either produce your poster on the computer, in your books or on a separate piece of paper. Remember it needs to be informative to the reading and produced to a high quality.
We have put an example below to show you what it may look like if you are struggling to get started.