Hello Willow Class and Happy New Year!

Well this is not what we all wanted for the start of 2021.  I hope that you are all well and have enjoyed your holidays with your families.

Today I would like you to do the following activities:

Worship:  Please take a look and join in with our worship for today.  You will find a separate blog post for it.

 

English

L.I. To use commas in a list

Please look at the following powerpoint then complete the activities below.

Power point Using Commas To Separate Items In A List

MILD – commas in a list activity

HOT – Using Commas To Separate Items In A List

FLAMING HOT – Using Commas To Separate Items In A List

 

Maths

L.I. To use the 11 and 12 times table to multiply and divide

Please access the teaching video for input and regular checks for progress.

https://vimeo.com/490692507

Activities sheets:

Y4-Spring-Block-1-WO1-11-and-12-times-table-2019

Challenge: Challenge 5th Jan

 

Times tables test;  Please access purple mash for today’s test.  I have set a 2Do for it so your answers will come straight to me. You should be challenging yourself to practise all the tables up to and including 12.

 

Stilling time

I would like you to think of things that you are looking forward to about 2021 and email me through your school gmail account. Just to let you know my gmail address is [email protected]

If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to email me either on [email protected] or [email protected] as I will be checking both accounts.

 

Topic: Rivers & Mountains.

Name three rivers nearest to you. Find out where they start and lead and how long they are.

P.E.

Today I would like you to turn off the TV/computer/tablet or phones and go outside and do 20 minutes of exercise which raises your heart rate.  This can be anything from jogging, skipping, cycling or playing tig with your siblings/family. Remember that the weather is no excuse! Wrap up and with the exercise you will soon be boiling hot.   Enjoy 👌😊🌳

That’s all for today.  I will be in touch tomorrow.

Stay safe.

Mrs Graham.