This year’s Summer Reading Challenge will run from June to September, offering children and families the chance to take part online and receive rewards for their reading.
Silly Squad, the Summer Reading Challenge 2020, will celebrate funny books, happiness and laughter. Children taking part in the Challenge will join the Silly Squad, an adventurous team of animals who love to have a laugh and get stuck into all different kinds of funny books!
To take part your child will need to sign up and create a profile at sillysquad.org.uk. They can then set their own challenge to read any amounts of books during this time. They can read anything that makes them happy – comics, joke books, poetry, fiction or non-fiction; in digital or print format: from e-book lending through the public library service or from what they already have at home.
Each time they finish a book, they add it to their profile and write a review. Along the way they will be rewarded with activities and incentives such as badges, games and videos. They will also receive a downloadable certificate once they’ve completed the challenge!
Happy Birthday to Ruby-Sharne and Cristiano who celebrated their 9th birthday in May. We hope you had a lovely day :)
Welcome to 4C's page!!
Keep checking here for more Home Learning ideas!
Explore the world of Roald Dahl; there are lots of activities that you can have a go at at home!
I hope that you have had a rest over the Easter holidays and you and your families are staying stay safe.
Home learning continues and we will be updating the class page and purple mash with activities for you to have a go at. I look forward to finding out what you've been getting up to when we are back in school.
Remember to keep talking to friends and family and keep in contact on the Year 4 blog on Purple Mash!
Purple Mash blog!
We have set up a Year 4 blog for you to keep in touch. Log on to Purple Mash --> Sharing --> Shared blog and you'll find it there :)
Click the blog post to go straight there!
(If it doesn't work log into Purple Mash then come back and click it again!)
Print off the pictures below and colour them in or draw your own and put them in a window to say thank you to all the people working hard to keep us safe!
Click on the link below to discover a variety of audiobooks on Audible - I've found Harry Potter and the Philosopher's stone and Kid Normal!
Have a watch of MC Grammar's lesson all about nouns
I was very impressed to see so many of you logging in and playing TTRS - can we get every one playing this week?
Well done to all the children who have been working hard to improve their rock score! Could you be in the top 15 next week?
Download a Glockenspiel app (such as easyXylo- it's free!) and have a go at practicing what we have been learning in class. You could improvise and make up your own tune, play along to a song or find a tutorial on YouTube. Ask an adult to record you playing so we can share when we are back in school :)
Ways to stay fit and burn some energy at home!
Joe Wicks - The Body Coach Youtube channel
30 minute workout Monday - Friday at 9.00am for as long as schools are closed.
Youth Sport Trust - Stay Home Stay Active
Fun Challenges and PE activities for school and home. Activity cards in PDF format.
Click Here to access
Disney Shake Up Games | 10 Minute Shake Up | Change4Life
10-minute bursts of fun will really get your kids moving and count towards the 60 active minutes they need every day!
Click Here to access
BBC Super Movers
Fun curriculum linked resources to get everyone up and moving
This Girl Can – Disney Dance Along (for boys too!)
This Girl Can is all about celebrating kids getting active, no matter how they like to do it.
Series of short dance routines - learn the moves or put your own spin on the routines.
Have you forgotten your Purple Mash or TTRS log in details? Oooops!! Not to worry! Click the link below and someone will be in touch with your details!
Find these to-do's on your Purple Mash!
Have a go at using these words in sentences or try finding them in your reading books!
• Continue to log on to Times Table Rockstars (click ‘I forgot my password!’ if you can’t remember it!) and check regularly for competitions.
• Continue to read your class reading or school library book every day and record this in your reading diary;
• If you finish your books a list of books you might like can be found here: www.booksfortopics.com/year-4
• Find a picture in a book, magazine or from www.onceuponapicture.co.uk and write a:
o Diary entry;
o Newspaper article;
(You could even use a scene from your favourite TV show or film)
Your topic this term is Ancient Greece. Here are some things you could do:
• Research a Greek god or goddess and make a fact file all about them.
• BBC Supermovers have lots of videos that link to all areas of the curriculum! Take a look and get moving!
• Joe Wicks ‘The Body Coach’ is holding a live PE lesson at 9AM on a Monday-Friday for children of all ages on his YouTube Channel. Just search ‘The Body Coach TV’ on YouTube!
The twins don't believe the news, and they answer an ad to join a new attempt to reach South Polaris. It's their only hope of learning the truth ... and salvaging their family's reputation.
As the winged ship Aurora sets sail, the twins must keep their wits about them and prove themselves worthy of the rest of the crew. But will Arthur and Maudie find the answers they seek?
Green Time Winners!!!
This week's Rockstar of the week is.....
Wow what a week for 4C - 4 Bronze cards!These four have worked really hard on their listening skills and were showing thoughtfulness by helping others in PE. Coach Rich was so impressed with all your efforts. Well done Danielius, Lacey, Alfie and Nedas :)
This week's Rockstar of the Week is......
As a class, we put together the buildings we sketched and created in James Rizzi’s style to make a class collage. Have a look how it turned out. I was so impressed with how you all worked together and shared ideas about where each building should go.
In art we have been exploring the work of American artist James Rizzi. We have learnt that he was a pop artist and used bold, bright colours with animated faces in his paintings. We went out into the playground to have a go at sketching the buildings we could see.
Well done to all the children in 4C who showed resilience and determination to stand in front of everyone in their colour team in Upper School to say why they wanted to be a Vice Captain. I am so proud of you all! Here our colour team vice captains for this term.
We started off the year by looking at Our Borough - our first topic. We had a relaxing afternoon using the water colours to paint key landmarks from around the borough. Which ones do you recognise?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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