Year 4 remote learning
Welcome to Year 4's remote learning page! Well done to all of you that have completed work on Purple Mash and our blog over the past few months. During this summer half term, we will deliver remote learning differently.
We will be uploading activities each day onto this web page. Your child can attempt some or all of the activities. Any work that you and your child decide to complete can be uploaded to our Purple Mash blog. Each week, we will set up a new blog for you to upload this learning to.
The teachers will try to upload the learning by 9:00 on each school day. Click on a link below:
Stay on the Rainbow
Whilst the school is open to some children and some of us are still learning at home, we are following Stay on the Rainbow.
In school, each child starts their day on the rainbow. The aim is to stay on the rainbow all day and work towards the pot of gold. At home, we would like you to do the same. Why not create your own rainbow to display? It may not necessarily be the home learning you have done; you may have shown the Godwin Values by doing something at home. Remember to post what you have been getting up to on the Purple Mash blog or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep an eye on our year group blog to see which children have reached the 'pot of gold' and why!
How to train your Dragon
Cressida Cowell, the author of How to Train your Dragon, has been reading chapters of other books in the series. Follow the link below to explore her YouTube channel. Always ask an adult first and show them what you are doing.
In addition to the activities uploaded in the daily links, the children could attempt the Joe Wicks PE lesson each morning. You and your child can try it each day by clicking https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBvm2BWtQ6AmTsrwjRtx7iIz
Remember to log into Timestables Rockstars often (https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student). Knowing the timestables is an important skill needed for maths so it is important they are practised regularly. Rockslams can be sent to challenge friends and battles will be set between the year groups!
Your child could also watch Newsround each day so that they are aware of what is going on in the world. The link is here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround
As reading is such a focus at Godwin, the children could listen to stories read by other teachers around the school and famous TV personalities via CBBC Bedtime Stories. The links are below:
In addition to the above, we would like your child to log into Purple Mash to read each day. We will upload a reading and comprehension task for your child to complete on each school day.
Please support your child to read using these Purple Mash texts as well as physical books that you have at home. If you do not have any physical books at home, search for some on the internet. It is important that your child continues to read at least 5 times per week.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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