Good morning year 4! Today we have a little riddle for you to try and work out.
What has hands and a face, but can't hold anything or smile?
Look out for the answer tomorrow.
To start the day off, spend 10 minutes completing arithmetic Pg 41. After your time has finished, use the answers to mark and correct any you may have got wrong.
Today's first job is to go back to the work you completed on Wednesday and use the answers below to mark. Please complete any corrections for the ones you may have got wrong.
Today, we will be identifying tenths.
First, write the short date 04.02.21 and the title Tenths. Use your ruler to underline both.
Next, have a look at the criteria below and complete your recap and anchor task. Use the answers to mark what you have done.
If you are in Miss Groves' or Miss Cameron's group, complete the red/orange task and if you are feeling confident then have ago at the green task.
If you would like a further challenge then have ago at completing the purple task.
If you are in Mrs Bennett's group, complete the green task first and then have ago at the purple task. If you are unsure then you may need to go back and complete the red/orange task first.
For literacy today, we are going to start writing our poem using our plan.
First, write the long date Thursday 4th February 2021 and the title 'The School Sound Collector'.
Next, have a look at the criteria below and complete your recap.
Then, look at the Powerpoint below, which will explain to you how to use your plan to create your own poem for your own school sound collector.
Have the original 'The Sound Collector' poem in front of you to help structure your poem.
Today, we are going to be looking at Judaism and thinking about the key question 'How important is it for Jewish people to do what God asks them to do?
In this lesson, you will be carrying out your evaluation of the learning that you have taken part in this half term. Make sure you are using everything you have learnt over this half term to support your answers.
First, have a look at the Success Criteria for the lesson.