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Wednesday 27th May

Good Morning Class 4, 

Today I would like you to have a go at an Arithmetic. It has been a little while since we've done an Arithmetic like we used to do in Class so I'm going to post a Year 3 one and a Year 4 one in the files section on the left hand side of this page. If you want to start with the Year 3 one to warm your brains up and get going again that is absolutely fine. If you're confident enough to go with the Year 4 one then go for it! 

If you want to super challenge yourselves, you can time yourself and see how long it takes you to complete the Arithmetic. We used to have around 10 to 15 minutes in class to complete them. But if you don't want to time yourself and you just want to work through the questions at your own pace that is absolutely fine too. Remember to read the question carefully, think about what it is asking you to do and then use your space to help you work out the answer.

The answers are on the last page but don't peek until you have finished!

Enjoy another day of learning at home, I am going to have a good look through your blogs today and at the tasks you have been completing as I have been super busy at school I have got myself a little behind! Can't wait to see what you've all been up to and award some new rewards :) Miss Lockwood.

Remember, to see all of the previous tasks I have been posting, check out the Archived Tab at the top of this box. Check out the Oxford Owl E-Books Tab for details on how to access free online books to listen to and read!


Tuesday 26th May

Good Morning Class 4,

Today I'd like you to check out the Oxford Owl E-Books website. It has a great selection of free online books that you can read or listen to! I have created us a Class 4 Log in so that we can all access the books. Follow these steps:

1. Go to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

2.  Look for this icon and click on it: 

 

3.  A box will pop up that looks like this: 

 

 

 

 

 

4. Enter our log on details which are:

My class name: nieldsclass4

My class password: read

5. Click Log in and you should be in! It will look like this:

You can then click on My Bookshelf to start searching for books which are appropriate for your age and level and your adults at home can check out the 'Parents' tab for lots of fun activities to try at home. This website link will also take you to some online games and activities suitable for Year 4: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/?s=activity&fwp_post_types=activities&fwp_school_year_categories=year-4

READING COMPREHENSIONS

There are also four reading comprehensions in the files section on the left hand side.

'Big Ben Gets a Bath' and 'Ahoy Me Hearties' are both retrieval comprehensions where the answer is in the text and you have to find it.

'A Busy Morning' and 'Opening Night' are both inference comprehensions where you have to read between the lines and think a little bit deeper about the answers. 

Remember to post on your blogs what you have been up to - I can't wait to see :) Enjoy, Miss Lockwood

Remember, to see all of the previous tasks I have been posting, check out the Archived Tab at the top of this box. I will also post this Oxford Owl E-Book information to the E-Books Tab so that you can find the username and password easily if you forget it. 


Monday 25th May

Good Morning Class 4,

Today's challenge is for you to look at the Rappaman Tab above and choose one of the activities from there. Rappaman has been chatting to me and Mrs Lawton and he is super excited to come into school (as soon as he can!) and see what you have all been up to! He also wants to work with you to record your poems and stories and help you in creating a performance! It would be amazing if we could share your work with him and I know he would be really excited to see it!

So why not have a go at reading one of Rappaman's poems out loud, creating a performance with actions and adapting your voice to make the lyrics?

What about writing your own poem based around Kindness - which is super important at the moment too. Or writing a poem about the importance of reading? Rappaman thinks reading is really important - can you think of reasons why reading is so important?

Once you've written your own poem, you could perform it with actions and a clear, loud voice thinking carefully about your expression, intonation and confidence. 

Have you all seen Freyja's Rappaman poem that she posted on the blog last week - she wrote about how it's fun but not funny to be at home at the moment and she even managed to turn it into an acrostic! Have a look at it here:

Freyja's next challenge could be to perform her poem and post a video for us - I know this might be out of some of your comfort zones but it is good to push ourselves out of our comfort zones sometimes!

Have lots of fun with this activity and remember to check out the Nields website for further information, click on the link below:

https://nieldsprimary-kgfl.secure-dbprimary.com/kgfl/primary/nieldsprimary/site/pages/homelearning/rappamanakadonavanchristopher

I can't wait to see them,

Miss Lockwood smiley

Remember, to see all of the previous tasks I have been posting, check out the Archived Tab at the top of this box. 


 


 

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