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Friday 22nd May

Happy Friday! Last day of home learning before half term. Well done for all you’re doing!

Today we will be doing another one of Jane Constantine’s lessons for our big write!

Follow the link to take you to the lesson. Today’s story is called ‘The Wish Granter’. Good luck!

Super Sentence Stacking with Jane Considine - The Wish Granter - Writing Lesson

Super Sentence Stacking with Jane Considine - The Wish Granter - Writing Lesson Welcome to Jane Considine's Super Sentence Stacking. You can watch today's fi...

English

You can also have a go at today’s BBC English lesson.

BBC Bitesize – Daily book club

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zknnf4j

Shared Reading - Tunnel in the Hedge (Prediction focus)

Arithmetic

726 + 293 =

19 x 5 =

466 ÷ 2 =

Double 538 =

287 +365 =

5 x 76 =

906 - 564 =

Half of 6444 =

150 ÷ 5 =

715 x 2 =

 

 

White Rose Maths Lesson

Follow the link to the weekly maths challenge.

Click on week 5 w/c 18th May Friday maths challenge and watch the video.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/

Complete the activities below linked to the lesson by clicking on the attachments. Check with the answers.

Other Subjects/Activities

 

Music

 

BBC Bitesize – What are dynamics?

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6bpf4j

 

Visit our new music section on our e-learning page for some pulse and beat lessons plus loads more!

 

Science

Visit our science page for the last lesson on animals including humans. Learn about classifying animals according to what they eat.

 

Spanish

See our Spanish page for his week’s activity on saying your age.

https://www.westgladeprimary.co.uk/spanish-5/

 

Learning Challenge

Take a look at our Learning Challenge e-learning page for this week’s activities. Also check out the afternoon/other activities that are listed on the y4 page. Some really fun ideas to keep you all entertained!

PE With Joe | Friday 22nd May

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Mastery Tasks – Challenge & Stretch

 

English Mastery

Today we will be looking at fronted adverbials. Can you remember what these are?

A fronted adverbial is when the adverbial word or phrase is moved to the front of the sentence, before the verb. So here, 'earlier today' is a fronted adverbial.

Click on the link below to learn more about fronted adverbials:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zp937p3

Complete the activity below.

Mastery Maths with Greater Depth

Push yourselves with this mastery activity!

Answer:

Smallest – 1037

Largest – 7310

 

123

123 +124 = 247

324 + 249 = 573

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