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Monday 23rd March

Good morning from Ms Bradshaw! 

Here are today's Daily Five:

1. The Daily Five - Maths

 

Lesson 1 - Recognise tenths and hundredths

Follow this link to watch the video and complete the maths activity for lesson 1

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

You do not need to print out the questions if you don't want to, but make sure you show the workings in your books and put the title of the lesson first.

Challenge yourself... can you do some calculations AND a problem solving question?

2. The Daily Five - Literacy

 

Find a machine in your home. (Check with your parents first and make sure it’s not plugged in)

 

It could be a toaster, a car,  a washing machine.

 

Draw that machine and label it

 

Remember to use some prepositional language

(words that say where things are e.g. by the side, on top, underneath, below)

3. The Daily Five - Outside Time

Make groups from leaves.

Using only twigs can you make an equation about the groups you have made?

4. The Daily Five - Project - Senses

 

We are going to take a look at our senses. Every day you will focus on a different sense.

Then when you have investigated that sense Draw a picture and label it using adjectives. Use those adjectives to write a short poem, or a short description.

 

Look up that sense in a book or online and see if you can find out how it works e.g. how does our body know what things taste like? What is in the ear that makes it able to hear?

 

Todays sense is "Smell"

Go into each room and describe what you can smell, then go into the garden and see what you can smell there.  Make a list of those smells, describe those smells well enough that when someone reads your list they can imagine that smell too!

 

This website may help your research

http://theconversation.com/curious-kids-how-do-we-smell-104772

5. The Daily Five - Reading

 

Read a chapter of your home reader, OR try an ebook from Oxford Owl. Choose the right level for you as printed in your folders

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

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