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Friday 03.04.20

English

Good morning Year 4, it’s fabulous Friday and you have made it to the end of another week, well done! I have an escape the room challenge for you to complete today. Imagine it is Halloween and you are trick-or-treating on your street. As you knock on the door of the old, mysterious house on the corner, you hear a croaky voice whisper.

“Come in...”

The moment you step inside the house, the door slams behind you. You pull at the handle but it’s locked! You’re trapped!

 

Solve the clues and puzzles hidden around the room and reveal the keypad code needed to open the door. Good luck!

 

PS I have included and answer sheet and a hints and tips sections in case you have forgotten what the key English terminology means – have a look at it if you are finding this challenging. As always record your work in your workbook. You can draw out a keypad for your answers if you wish. When you come back to school you can find out if your code let you escape the room.

Spellings

Maths

LO: I can solve problems involving calculating quantities

More fantastic Fractions!! Please work through the PowerPoint, answering any questions in your workbook.  

Then complete the questions on the handout - this can be done into your workbook, copying tables and diagrams as needed, or if you are able, you can print the required page to complete and glue/staple/tape to you book.  The first sheet gives the easiest challenge, the second is Expected level and the third Greater Depth. Choose your challenge! Remember you can do more than one of the levels if you wish.  If, after you have marked against the answers, you are finding it tricky, email us and we will send you some extra practise or check out the 'Maths Support' star where I will add some extra support.

Science

Have a go at the challenge cards attached below. Each one is linked with out last topic ‘States of Matter.’ You can record the answers straight into your workbook. Good luck!

Topic - Venice

Your final task of the week is to design and make a poster all about Venice

The poster is called "Visit Venice"

You can use paints, crayons or felt tips

Have fun and be creative!

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