Welcome to Week 2!
Well done on the great efforts on your Home Learning so far. So many of you have managed to bounce back and find the motivation again after half term and you continue to amaze us. We will be Zooming (when did that become a verb?!) daily to so we can teach you your English and make it easier for you (and your parents!)
Top Tip: Try to complete your Maths and English daily tasks in the morning. This way the rest of the day can be used to complete Sumdog challenges, chip away at your topic project or to get stuck into your reading.
Thank you so much for sharing your work with us - we're loving the work you're doing! Remember, if you need any help or have any questions, please email us at Year4@sholing-jun.co.uk or you can simply place a comment on the activity in Google Classroom.
We hope to hear from you soon!
Daily Maths Tasks - Summer 2 Week 2
We now have a subscription for White Rose maths, so will be posting the worksheets from now on. Be aware that the worksheets are no longer next to the videos. You can access the videos via the link below and complete the attached worksheets. Make sure that you do watch the videos because they are designed to help you and remember that you can pause and rewind them as many times as you like!
Daily English Tasks - Summer 2 Week 2
Each week, we will be setting you daily English tasks which will structured as follows:
Monday - Reading comprehension
Tuesday - Writing skills activity
Wednesday - Writing skills activity
Thursday and Friday - Big Write (2 day task)
These tasks will be available on both the Home Learning page on the website and on the Google Classroom and should be handed in (in the ways described above) on the dates shown on the tasks.
We will be doing daily Zoom English lessons to teach you what you need for the task each day. Check Parent Mail for the links and we'll see lots of you there!
Enjoy! We're looking forward to seeing what you do!
This week, we have lots of brilliant science based topic for you to complete. There are year group specific experiments, studies on Darwin and instructions on how to build a ‘bug hotel’. Before you start, why not click the link next to the theme title to hear Sir David Attenborough, introduce this topic for us. What a ‘Wonderful World!’