Term 6 Week 3 15th June 2020
Welcome to week 3 of this term. I hope you all had a great weekend and enjoyed the sunshine. Here is the work for this week, if you are able to complete it. The Year 4 children in school will be completing the same work with Mr Wilson.
When school closed we were coming to the end of our unit on fractions which we didn’t get finished. We are going to go back and have another look at these for the next two weeks before starting something different. This week I would like you to complete the work on the White Rose home learning for Summer Term Week 5 (w/c 18thMay). This begins with a recap into recognising tenths and hundredths and then moving onto things like equivalent fractions. If you complete this and are keen to do more there is a link on each day for additional content which is generally revision of what was done in Autumn. This will bring you to the videos for a new set of lessons. Email me on the Y4 Gmail and I can send you whichever sheets you need.
More “ous” words for spellings this week. These words follow a rule depending on whether their root word ends in a “y” or “our”. Once you have understood the rule it makes the words much easier to spell. There are a few interesting words again this week so make sure you understand what they mean and can use them in a written or spoken sentence.
Hopefully most of you are making your way through the Mission Possible booklet. It is attached again below if you haven’t started yet.
Lots of you have been making super starts on your Minibeast work and I have loved seeing what you have been doing. If you haven’t already seen it, the Wildlife Trust has rolled out a 30 Days Wild challenge for the month of June. This fits in well with our project and if you would like to look in more detail then click on the link below.
Having spoken to Miss Sadler I know the house points are coming in thick and fast for people taking part in the Northamptonshire Virtual School Games. If you haven’t already signed up (come on Kelmarsh!) then check it out for this week.
Have a great week!
Mrs de Pass