Class Teacher: Mrs Cunningham
Teaching Assistant: Miss Appassamy (Shared with Class 4)
Autumn Term Parent Planner
As of 18th January Home Learning for Class 4 can now be found on Microsoft Teams – click the link below and then click “sign in”.
Friday 15th January
Join Joe Wicks and thousands of others in his live PE with Joe workout this morning at 9am (you can do it anytime afterwards if you’re busy then). It’s going to be Fancy Dress Friday if you feel like dressing up, he will be!
Today we are continuing our learning on Fractions.
We will be adding and subtracting them. Work through the PowerPoint presentation using the Slide View function so that it shows correctly.
Then have a go at the worksheet, answers are on a separate sheet.
Today in English we will be exploring complex sentences.
Click on the link to watch the video, pausing it to complete the activities. As always, you will need a pen/ pencil and some paper.
I have included a worksheet for you to practice some more.
We are going to plot the journeys of some famous explorers using maps. First, let’s refresh our knowledge of how to read maps, atlases and compasses:
When you completed the activities and watched the videos then go onto Google Maps and look up Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA.
This is where Neil Armstrong took off from in 1969. If you have an Atlas in your house you could look it up in there as well.
Thursday 14th January
Today it’s Marcus Rashford’s turn to be your celebrity supply teacher! Watch this short video where he’ll share some inspiring thoughts and take you through some stretches (also on iPplayer):
We are continuing our learning on Fractions, focusing today on Equivalent Fractions. Read carefully through the PowerPoint presentation (view in Slide Show to show correctly).
Then have a go at the worksheets attached. There is also a Problem and Reasoning challenge on the PowerPoint with the answers for those that would like extra practice.
Today we are going to be learning about simple and compound sentences. Click on the link below to play the lesson and remember to pause the video to complete the activities. You will need a pencil/ pen and some paper.
I have also included a Compound sentences worksheet which will help you to practice more.
We haven’t done Music for a while so I hope you will find this lesson enjoyable. The lesson objective is to Understand Pulse and Rhythm.
Click on the link below, you don’t need anything for this lesson although the teacher suggests headphones if you are somewhere a little noisy.
Wednesday 13th January 2021
It’s Day 2 of PE with Joe.
Join 121,000 other children from around the world and start your day with a quick workout at 9am (you can watch it anytime after that too!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSi2ix1i180
Today we are continuing with our learning on fractions.
Read carefully through the PowerPoint presentation (in Slide Show) and then have a go at the worksheets below.
The answer sheets are attached too.
On Monday we starting learning about a famous explorer, Neil Armstrong.
Today you are going to add more facts to your knowledge by completing the comprehension.
Choose either ** or *** if you want some challenge. The answers are in the questions document for when you’ve finished.
Last week we learnt more about homophones. Complete this Uncover the imposter sheet to see if you remember your learning!
Topic – History
On Monday we started learning about Neil Armstrong.
We sorted a timeline of his life and today you completed a comprehension where you gathered even more information about him and his achievements.
Now take a look at this information and play the short video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhpchbk/articles/z4w3mfr
Use all the information you have so far and put together a fact file of Neil Armstrong.
You can include pictures and fun facts/ Did you know? Don’t forget to include his famous first words on landing on the moon – what were they? You can either write this on paper or type in Word.
Tuesday 12th January
Yesterday the BBC launched some resources that will be available on CBBC every weekday morning from 9am.
This might be useful if you fancy a break or are having a snack but still would like to watch something educational.
Today we are looking at fractions of an object, such as a chocolate bar.
Read through the PowerPoint presentation, using the Slide show function to view it correctly, and then complete the worksheets.
One is more challenging so try that one last. I have attached the answers. If you are finding this tricky, with your parents permission, finding something in your home that you could divide into fractions, it doesn’t have to be a chocolate bar, it could be your little brother or sister’s building blocks, an orange (segments inside) or a piece of toast cut up, an apple or a pizza.
Have a play of this interactive Maths game, you can save your score and access different areas.
Today we are going to be looking again at writing speech punctuation.
Looking at the correct way of writing speech marks and where to place them when writing a sentence.
Click on the link below to play the lesson and pause the video to complete the activities. Make sure you have a pencil or pen and some paper with you before pressing play:
I have also included a worksheet to give you more practice.
We are continuing our learning on Community in RE.
Read through the PowerPoint carefully and then complete the task on the last slide.
You are to write a Code of Conduct on how you can be more like one of Jesus’ disciples, I have given a couple of examples.
Monday 11th January
PE with Joe is back! Joe Wicks will be filming live workouts for children on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays throughout lockdown starting today.
They start at 9am and run for 20 minutes on his Youtube channel. I usually watch them on my phone at home and this works fine for me, or you can link to your TV if you have a smart TV.
Today we are going to start to look again at fractions. I would like you to go through the PowerPoint presentation carefully, in Slide Show mode, so that it views correctly.
Then there are two worksheets for you to practice your fractions. The second is a little more challenging so do that one second.
There is also a reasoning sheet at the end of the presentation if you feel you need even more challenge.
Today we are going to look at the function of apostrophes, in particular possessive apostrophes and contractions.
Click on the link below to access the lesson.
You will need a pencil/ pen and some paper or exercise book and should pause the video to do the activities as you go along. For further practice I have also included some worksheets.
Topic – History
Our topic this half term is explorers and we will be looking at a few key figures, some from a long time ago, some more recent. One very famous explorer is Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon.
Watch this short video:
Now read through the PowerPoint carefully, taking notes if you need to. Then complete the timeline activity.
Friday 8th January
We are continuing our learning on decimals today. Work your way through the PowerPoint Presentation, using the slide show option to view it correctly.
Then there are 2 worksheets, one is easier, so you could start with that one and then move onto the second.
Today is our second lesson on spellings this week, where we will practice our use of homophones. Watch the interactive offer, which includes a test of your knowledge so far.
Make a list of all the homophones you can think of.
If you’re struggling to think of some, you could always look through some of your favourite books at home and see how many you can spot can you think of more than 20?
Here are some to start your list off:
- here – hear
- son – sun
- bass – base
Science Yesterday we looked at living things and how they are classified. Today I would like you to look again at the way we remember how to tell something is living or not-MRS NERG.
Then choose one of the letters, for example, M stands for movement, and design a poster to explain what this means. Imagine that it will be shown to a younger child – it must be clear and easy to understand.
You can use as many pictures as you like. So for movement you could draw a plant turning towards the sun or an animal running, a child skipping, a fish swimming etc.
Thursday 7th January
Today we are going to be revisiting one place decimals. Read through the PowerPoint presentation and then have a go at the worksheet.
View the PowerPoint in Slide Show to see it correctly. There’s also a challenge at the end of the presentation which you can do today or tomorrow if you want to extend your learning.
We are going to look at some spellings today in English. I would like you to play the video where you will see an explanation of homophones and some spellings for you to learn (Lesson 1 To investigate homophones).
I would like you to write a sentence for each of the spelling words at the end. You can pause the video to give you time to write them down. I have also attached a worksheet to work through.
We are going to learn some more about living things. Carefully work through the presentation and your activity is on the last slide. Pay attention as we will be using this for tomorrow’s science lesson.
Wednesday 6th January 2021
We are going to be starting our topic about Explorers. A famous explorer was Christopher Columbus, today you are going to learn a little about him by completing this comprehension.
Read the PowerPoint presentation and then have a go at the worksheets. There’s 3 options. The answer sheet is attached separately.
I know we studied RE yesterday, but today the 6th, is a special day in the Church calendar. It’s the Epiphany. Learn more about it by reading the PowerPoint presentation and then complete the Jar of Hope activity. I’d love to see some pictures of your jars!
Home Learning for 5th January 2021
For test on Thursday.
Christmas Around the World reading comprehension
Elf Multiplication Maze Christmas Code Breaker
Spellings (or test on Friday 11th December)
We continued our learning on fronted adverbials this week.
Have a go at this worksheet.
We have started learning about parallel and perpendicular lines.
Try your best with this worksheet.
For test on Friday.
Watch this short clip and then complete the worksheet to sort the adverbial phrases under the correct headings.
Use the example given to help you. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zp937p3
We have been adding money using the column method and remembering our decimal places.
Complete the ** sheet and then go onto the *** if you have time.
Spellings for test on Friday 27th November.
We have been revising our times tables this week.
There are two sheets, one easier and one more challenging for you to try.
We still need to remember when to use capital letters and full stops.
Use this sheet to remind yourself – Correct the sentence 20.11.20
Homework for Week of 13th November
Spellings for test on Friday 20th November 2020
Think of some great similies to describe an Oompa Loompa.
This week we have been looking at Coordinates.
There are two sheets, one easier and one more challenging.
Have a go at both if you have time.
Homework for Week of 6th November
Spellings for test on Friday 13th November
Think of new similes to use instead of these well known ones.
I’ve also attached a chart you can use to help you.
Half Term Homework
Spellings – for test on 7th November
STEM Black History Month
Try this challenge then work out which times tables you need to learn.
Home Learning for week starting 19th October
Watch the videos to learn all about pronouns:
Then complete the activity sheets (answers at the back).
If you can’t print the activity sheet, write one list of all the nouns and another list of all the pronouns instead.
A noun will always be said first and then replaced with a pronoun afterwards. This is so the reader knows what the writer is talking about.
For example: Lucy walked into the room and she sat on the bed.
Reading Comprehension and Research
During October there is a special focus on Black History.
Have a go at the Nelson Mandela reading comprehension (answers at the back).
Afterwards, see if you can add any of your own research and make a fact file or mini booklet about this great man’s life.
Spellings – for test on Friday 23rd October
Revise partitioning with by playing the quizzes and then complete the worksheet.
Revise our learning on the 12 times tables and then test yourself by writing them out by memory:
As the school is celebrating harvest festival over the next week, I would like you to think about what you are thankful for and then write a prayer of thanks. Please bring this in next week as we will be using this in our learning.
Class 4 Home Learning 12.10.20
We looked at direct speech last week.
Let’s revise how to use them.
Watch this short video to refresh your memory: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/ztcp97h
Now check out this song to help you remember what to do:
Now complete the worksheets.
Complete the reading comprehension about the origin of Harvest Festivals (answers at the back).
Column subtraction. Revise column subtraction by watching this video:
Then complete the worksheet (answers at the back).
We looked at the 7 times tables this week. Watch the Supermovers video and then complete the worksheet (answers at the back):
We were going to start our new topic of Called.
First read the story, Wedding Dilemna and then look at the PowerPoint presentation and complete the activity about being chosen.
We learnt about chariot racing in Roman times.
I would now like you to research about Roman gladiators.
You can write a fact file, including lots of surprising facts and Did you knows?
You can also include drawings.
These websites should help you get started:
Class Four Topic Work
Homework (2nd October 2020)
|Spellings for test on Friday|
Homework (25th September 2020)
Spellings (for test on Friday)
Spellings for test on Friday:
Spellings, for test on Friday: