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Complete this week’s 180 Times Tables sheet below. (If you can't print it off, then jot down the answers as quickly as possible in your home-learning workbooks.)
Your power point presentation and spelling activities are attached below.
Watch the presentation today, complete the activities during the week, then ask an adult to test you on Friday.
This week, your work will be continue to be focused around the Oak Academy unit for Year 4 on writing non-chronological reports. This should fit in well with our wider topic on animals and ecosystems.
There is one lesson per day linked to this English theme.
The power point will take you through each step. You can then complete the worksheet.
If you need more of a challenge, check out the problem solving activities that I have included in the list of resources for Friday 5th March.
I have also included a daily true or false reasoning activity.
Remember to keep up with your reading for at least 30 minutes a day. Well done to all of those pupils who are completing quizzes regularly and working towards their Spring target.
We now have eleven children who have exceeded their Spring target –well done!
Design and Technology
(Food technology.) Your challenge this week is to research food from specific place in the UK. For example, Eccles cakes are small pastries filled with currents that come from Eccles in Greater Manchester.
I have listed a few websites below that might help, but you will probably find far more information.
You could present your work as an informative poster or you may wish to try making one of the food items (or including the item in a meal if, for example you have found something like Lancashire cheese). If you have access to Word, you could also use Smart Art to present your work. (Lots of you used this last year with Mrs Brooks.)
If you do choose to cook, please remember that you MUST have adult help.