Wednesday 6th May 2020

Good morning Year 4, I hope you are ready for some more learning today.

On the Pupil Zone there are answers to the maths activities and the wordsearch.

English

Today, we are going to look at a WAGOLL to help you with the layout and create a word bank for the new creature that Nothing will meet, and for Nothing’s feelings. Attached are exemplars for both.

Remember you can magpie from any of the documents, but not copy everything.

I hope you enjoyed learning about the nocturnal creatures yesterday.

Once you have built up the word banks, you will be ready to put it together tomorrow.

Maths

Either today or tomorrow I would like you to have a go at the end of term test for geometry from Twinkl. You should be able to complete all the questions – just do your best.

Page 1, 2, 3

If you can’t access all of the questions then go to Top Marks and practise the symmetry reflection game for the last question.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?a=activity19

Next week we will be starting a new maths topic – Statistics.

Science

Over the last two weeks I gave you 2 different science experiments you could do at home and both were linked to water and EVAPORATION.

With the puddle experiment, some people think that the water disappears into the concrete or between the gaps. Well, some may certainly find its way between the gaps if there were any, but the most part will EVAPORATE into the air. This means the water has changed from being a liquid into a gas, as the air that we breathe contains water vapour.

Visit these sites for an explanation of the water cycle.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5gFI3pMvoI

https://www.kidzone.ws/water/

IMPORTANT – THIS SITE HAS SOME SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES, BUT DO NOT TRY THESE UNLESS YOUR PARENTS ARE THERE TO OVERSEE YOUR EXPERIMENT.

Also, there is an experiment you can do which replicates the whole water cycle in a bag! Attached is the sheet from Twinkl. Have a go – see if it works.

Finally, there is a worksheet to complete with the stages of the cycle and a writing activity if you want to take it a stage further.

Have a great day!