Year 4

  g.kimberley@acocksgreen.bham.sch.uk                                   

 j.gales@acocksgreen.bham.sch.uk

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First News (Children's newspaper) 

The activities below are to help you stay busy. If you have other educational activities you're doing at home that is fine too and we'd love to hear from you about them!

 

Suggested activities for Friday 27th March 2020. Click here

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY: Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That’s why we call it “The Present”

Give your teachers the best present ever. Be happy and enjoy the work : )

Mr T's superhero workout - Friday 27th March

Action for Happiness from Mrs LiversidgeStop work earlier and use the time to be still and relaxCelebrate 'Friday' by building in some extra play time outside, lie on the sofa to read a book or do some craft or cooking. Enjoy the stillness at some point today.

 

 Suggested activities for Thursday 26 March 2020. Click here

Mrs Khan’s THOUGHT OF THE DAY : Being different isn’t a bad thing. It means you’re brave enough to be yourself. (Luna Lovegood)
Ask your family to name 3 things that make you special.

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Tune into your feelings without judging or trying to change. Remember, it's always helpful to talk about how you feel with someone you trust. 

 

Suggested activities for Wednesday 25 March 2020. Click here

Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY : You will never have this day again. So make it count! Write about what you enjoyed today and why?

Mr T's superhero workout with videolink!

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Make a list of amazing things that you take for granted. Notice the sounds, tastes, sights around you, the colours of nature outside and how you feel when you achieve something.

Suggested activities for Tuesday 24 March 2020

Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: “No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” – Aesop

Do something kind for a member of your family and make them smile : )

Action for Happiness - Mr T's Superhero Workout!               Superhero Workout Tutorial Video

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge: Notice when you are tired and take a break as soon as possible. Take time to stretch and drink water during the day to refresh yourself. Don't worry if you can't do something - take a break and come back to it a bit later. Remember the magic of the word 'yet'!

Maths - Play Times Tables Rock Stars (your log-in is in your Reading Record). Then write out division facts for the 3, 4 and 6 times tables.

English: Which words use the "ough" sound? Click here to find out. Then write a list of as many words as possible that have the "ough" sound in them. Now write exciting sentences featuring those words.

Create: Look at the packaging for juice and smoothies in your cupboards and fridge. They come in cartons, bottles and pouches. Design a package for the smoothies we made on the bicycle blender on Sport Relief Day. Make your package colourful and eye-catching and remember to give your smoothie a healthy-sounding name.

Get Active: Complete Challenge Card 1

Story time at 2.45pm: Listen and watch "The Wild Robot" on the school blog. Draw a picture of Roz and Brightbill.

 

Email Mrs Kimberley and Mr Gales your pics of you doing the activities and we'll put you on the blog.

 

Suggested activities for Monday 23 March 2020

 Mrs Khan's THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Today is a great day to learn something new. 23.03.20

Have a think about the first time you learnt a new fact. Write a paragraph about what it was and how you used this new knowledge?

Action for Happiness from Mrs Liversidge - Take an unusual route and notice what looks different. From your window, can you see anything starting to grow on the trees or the flower beds? Watch every day and notice when something does. If you're out for a walk, remember to keep 2 metres away from anyone walking past, but look at the differences in the houses you go past.

Maths - Fractions of Amounts

MyMaths log in details:  username: acocks       password: percent

English: Watch Newsround and discuss with your family what is happening in the wider world.

Create: draw, paint, colour a rainbow and place it in a window in your home. Let's see how many rainbows you can see in your street.

Get Active: Yoga Disco