Good morning Year 4! I hope you are ready for another week of home learning. I’ve seen some fantastic work from some of the children who are still coming into school and I’ve been very impressed. Today for English we are going to recap on what homophones are and I’m sure you will be familiar with some of them. Work your way through the PPT quiz first and see how many homophones you already know. Remember homophones are words that sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meanings.
After working through the PPT please complete the homophone quiz worksheet. Copy your answers into your workbook so you don’t have to print the sheet. I can’t wait to read your clues and see if I can guess the correct homophone.
I hope you are ready for another week of fractions! Well done for keeping up with the tasks. Remember if you need any help or more practise then drop an email to the office and we will be happy to help.
Well done Felix S, who emailed in pictures showing his super work. We are always pleased to see what you have been doing.
LO: I can add two or more fractions
As last week, 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.
Topic - Tourist Information leaflet - Venice
Your task is to create a tourist information guide about Venice. Remember to include things to do and places to visit.
Please include pictures or photos. Remember to include persuasive language. This task can be completed over 2 days - today and tomorrow.