Good morning Year 4! I hope you are all well and keeping safe. It has been great to see more of you registering your attendance and posting on the class blog! Well done if you have done these things - I am thoroughly enjoying hearing from you!
Enjoy today's lessons and have a wonderful day.
Please open the documents below to start today's SPaG and Maths 5-a-day. Answers will be uploaded tomorrow morning for you to mark your work.
Today in Maths, we are learning written methods for multiplication and division. Please watch today's lesson by clicking here. Once you have watched it, complete the worksheet below. Answers will be uploaded tomorrow so that you can mark your work.
Today, we are continuing to reflect upon Noah's Ark. Your task will be to write a prayer to God asking to help those who are going through troubled times. This not only links to today's reflection but also to what is going on in the world right now. Remember to upload your prayer to the class blog.
As you are aware, we did a Geography lesson last Wednesday so you may be wondering why we are doing History today... well, I decided that it would be nice to do History and Geography alternatively so that we get the best of both worlds! Our Year 4 History topic (on Oak National Academy) is 'Prehistoric Britain. Today, we are going to be learning how we know about Prehistoric Britain! When you're ready, click here to begin the lesson.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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