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Year 4 Remote Learning

During Lockdown, Mrs Pinn will meet with your child every day at 9:30am and 2:45pm for Class Zoom lessons.

Mrs Pinn has prepared a bank of resources below for you to access at home during Lockdown. If your child is unable to come to school due to self-isolating, Mrs Pinn will e-mail your child's work to you directly. Much of this should be completed by your child with some support.

For feedback from your child's teacher, please share your child's learning by emailing it to:  g.pinn@suttonlower.co.uk

To help structure their learning, below is a suggested timetable. 

 

Year 4  Spring Term

Hawthorn Timetable

(Click inside each box to access learning tasks and resources)

MUSIC: Click here for access to weekly Music lessons

PE: Circuit Training

Click here for 'learning from home' ideas with Picture News

Picture News Resource 1

Picture News Resource 2

Learning Logs

 

Maths Literacy French                  RE Topic Wellness

Week 7

w/c 22nd February

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 4

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 5

Powerpoint

Answers

Lesson 1

 

Lesson 2

 

Lesson 3

 

Lesson 4

 

Lesson 5

 

Adverbials

The Body

Read the words on the ‘Vocabulary flashcards’ then match them to the ‘Picture Flashcards’.

Do you remember singing Heads, shoulders, knees and toes in French?

Use the picture flashcards in order to replace the English with French eg Head, shoulders, knees and toes = la tête, les épaules, les genoux et les pieds.

Can you teach someone else the French version?

Practice reading, writing and memorizing the vocabulary on the Body parts activity sheet.

 

How did the religion of Islam begin?

Where are the rainforests PP

 

Countries with rainforests

 

Rainforests of the world

Practice yoga techniques and posesto build strength and flexibility and help relax.

Week 8

w/c 1st March

 

Zoom calls with be at 8.30am from Tuesday of this week

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 4

Video

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Lesson 5

Powerpoint

Answers

Lesson 1

 

Lesson 2

 

Lesson 3

 

Lesson 4

 

Lesson 5

 

Determiners

In this lesson, you will learn some words and phrases to describe your actions.

Look at the PowerPoint: Actions

Choose a level of activity sheet to complete to help you learn the vocabulary and the phrases.

 

What are the 5 pillars of Islam?

Lesson presentation

 

Weather forecast activity

 

Weather forecast word mat

 

Weather symbols sheet

 

Pot Luck Friday

Get “family fit” using activity points to encourage movement.

Week 9

w/c 8th March

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 4

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 5

Horizontal format

Vertical format

Powerpoint

Lesson 1

 

Lesson 2

 

Lesson 3

 

Lesson 4

 

Lesson 5

 

Possessive apostrophes

In this lesson, you will learn some words and phrases that you would hear in the classroom in France and have heard in French lessons.

Look at the PowerPoint ‘Classroom Instructions’ and the vocabulary. Can you remember Mrs Chapman using these phrases? Ask someone to call out the instructions for you to practice completing the actions.

Complete the matching activity.

What is the Holy Book of Islam?

Lesson presentation

 

Rainforest layers activity

 

Activity cards

 

 

Pot Luck Friday

Create a backyard (or basement) fitness circuit course

Week 10

w/c 15th March

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

 

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

 

 

 

Lesson 1

 

Lesson 2

 

Lesson 3

 

Lesson 4

 

Lesson 5

 

Dialogue

Look at the PowerPoint on clothes.

Complete the puzzle activity to practice reading, writing and recognising the vocabulary of clothes.

Where do Muslims worship?

Lesson presentation

 

Rainforest animals

 

 

Pot Luck Friday

Henri Rousseau

Use common household objects for some fitness fun and games.

Week 11

w/c 22nd March

 

Lesson 1

 

Lesson 2

 

Lesson 3

 

Lesson 4

 

Lesson 5

 

Conjunctions and Prepositions

 

 

What are the festivals of Islam?

Lesson presentation

 

Debate cards

 

Deforestation effects

 

Rainforest promise

 

 

Pot Luck Friday

Have break time at home by playing old school throwback gamesjumping rope, or doing any of these 50 ideas

 

 

 

 

Year 4  Spring Term

Hawthorn Timetable

(Click inside each box to access learning tasks and resources)

MUSIC: Click here for access to weekly Music lessons

PE: Circuit Training

Click here for 'learning from home' ideas with Picture News

Picture News Resource 1

Picture News Resource 2

Week 

Maths

Literacy

French

Topic

RE

Wellness

Week 1

w/c 5th January

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Video links

Lesson 4

Powerpoint Factor Pairs

 

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

 

 

All about France

Electricity

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-static-electricity-74tk2t

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02mwwm9

Watch the video link about Holy Communion. How many symbols can you see that you would normally associate with Easter? Why is this?

Draw at least 5 symbols of Easter and explain their significance.

Complete ‘Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes’ eight times!

Week 2

w/c 11th January

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

Lesson 4

Video

Answers

Lesson 5

Answers

Powerpoint Multiply 2 digits

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

Adverbials

Noun Phrases 1

Noun Phrases 2

 

Introduce yourself

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-are-the-different-components-in-an-electrical-circuit-cdk34d

Retell the story of Easter week. You may like record yourself presenting a new programme on what has happened in Jerusalem. Alternatively, make a comic strip book of the week’s events.

Do 10 push ups and 10 burpees.

Repeat.

How long can you do this for?

Can you improve your time?

Week 3

w/c 18th January

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

Lesson 4

Video

Answers

Lesson 5

Answers

Powerpoint: Divide 2 digits by 1

 

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

Conjunctions Day 1

Conjunctions Day 2

 

Click here to learn the names of fruits in French.

Follow this link to play a labelling fruits game: http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2french.htm

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-are-insulators-and-conductors-6rtp8t

 

 

ART: Piet Mondrian

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02mww94

Watch the video clip and then look at the way different branches of Christianity celebrate Easter. Compare the Church of England, The Anglican Church and The Roman Catholic Church.

Learn how to tie laces and bows. Can you wrap a present with a ribbon and bow?

Week 4

w/c 25th January 

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

Lesson 4

Video

Answers

Powerpoint Correspondance problems

Lesson 5

Video

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

Powerpoint Perfect Form

Click here to learn the names of food and drink in French.

Activity: En France ils mangent

Magnets

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-are-magnets-cgvkee

 

RSPB Birdwatch

 

Star count

Re read the story of Easter (see PPT). Now create an emotion graph to show how different people felt that week. Some may have been excited, elated or joyful. Others may have felt despair, anger and resentment. Choose 3 different characters from the story including Jesus. Crab walk around the house singing the alphabet song.

Week 5

w/c 1st February

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

Lesson 4

Video

Answers

Lesson 5

Question sheet

Answers

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

 

Adverbials

What are you having for tea? Can you find out the French names for your food?

Activity: Miam miam!

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-can-we-see-a-magnetic-field-60rk8c

Find out what churches do to celebrate Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday by researching on the internet. Create a poem using these sentence starters for your 1st and last verse.

•             On Friday there was…

•             Sunday brings…

•             Believe…

Dance to your favourite song and learn all the words

Week 6

w/c 8th February

Lesson 1

Video

Answers

Lesson 2

Video

Answers

Lesson 3

Video

Answers

Lesson 4

Video

Answers

Lesson 5

Powerpoint

Answers

Measuring and Parameter

Outdoor Learning

 

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

 

Adverbials

Let's start an epidemic of happiness 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-can-we-tell-if-a-material-is-magnetic-or-not-cmtpar

 

Safer Internet Day

Recreate the Last Supper. You may have to find a cuddly or two to help you. Ask a member of your family if you can wash their feet. Why was this significant? Who was at the Last Supper? What did they eat and why? What happened during the night following the supper? Feel free to photograph your efforts. Play Tag, Hopscotch, Four Square, the Hokey Pokey and Simon Says

 

 

 

 

 

 

The BBC is providing materials daily to support home learning. Visit BBC Bitesize at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

The UK Government has backed The Oak National Academy, a new national online school, which provides video lessons, worksheets and quizzes related to many subjects. Feel free to dip in to these or stick with the activities we have provided below. The Oak National Academy has been created by teachers. Some of the topics that they explore may interest your child. Please do not worry if your child doesn't understand everything as, once school reopens we will be working with our pupils to cover all the key areas of learning they require. To access this site please click:

www.thenational.academy 

Click here for a suggested daily timetable

Click here for a list of online learning platforms

Free audio book clicks here

 

 

 

Useful links

 

Spellings

Statutory Spelling List Crossword Pack

Statutory Spelling List Wordsearch Pack

Correct the spelling mistakes activity sheet pack

 

Times tables

Year 4

 

RE

https://www.natre.org.uk/about-natre/free-resources-for-you-and-your-pupils/key-stage-2/

 

Values

Values based story time

Values activities

 

PE

Go Noodle

Mr Blunt has provided us with another PE video for you to enjoy!

https://twitter.com/EastBedsSSP/status/1257386874039132161

The Joy of Moving Home School Festival 

 

Music

BBC Teach Bring the Noise - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/bring-the-noise/music-activities-for-teaching-at-home/z6dvvk7

BBC Ten Pieces at Home - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/ten-pieces-at-home/zjy3382

Music is a part of everyone’s lives - but teaching the joy of music doesn’t always have to be in the classroom. Whether it’s making instruments, writing song lyrics, or tapping out a beat, here are 10 different Bring the Noise activities that work wonderfully at home or streamed over the internet. 

BBC Ten Pieces Connecting the Dots - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/connecting-the-dots/zntsf4j

You will find weekly activities for primary schools, home educators and parents to share with their students. Each includes a Ten Pieces film to watch and enjoy and a linked creative activity that can be completed by children at home without any special materials or preparation. A perfect, simple and easy way to keep listening, enjoying and creating music at this time. 

Classical 100  https://www.classicfm.com/classical-100/abrsm-music-education-resource-free-lockdown/?fbclid=IwAR0zZdttNyflr_B1tC_8yIxQ8Z9WzZec1X-qLlpSbhUoYjs5kYjEjX730-U

Like most people, the musicians from the BBC Orchestras and Choirs are currently staying at home. Although the musicians can’t play together in person - they can share their music and skills online.

During the Summer Term, Ten Pieces will be connecting UK schools with BBC musicians for online workshops – offering children the chance to meet a musician, hear them perform and ask them questions. 

Out of the Ark @ Home - https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/?utm_source=homepage&utm_campaign=ootamathome2&utm_medium=banner

The unique collection of 100 classical recordings, complete with learning activities and information on each piece, is being made available for free to all families at home during the coronavirus crisis. 

Sing Up at Home  https://www.singup.org/singupathome

To help with the rhythms and routines of your new daily life, we are releasing seven songs, one for each day, all with challenges and activities related to each song. Every week for the next few weeks we will continue to add songs and resources. 

All around us, the world is changing and we're all adapting to new challenges. With so many children and young people now staying at home, we want to ensure that they are still able to experience the benefits of singing.

I would recommend looking at Song of the Week

Music in the Round

Really thinking about the value of making music every day at the moment, here’s a fantastic collection of videos for Early Years children and their families. There are songs for all parts of the day – from waking up and dressing to tidying and mealtimes – and lots of advice about how to create your own songs and musical activities. Again, you don’t need to be an expert – it’s about having fun and sharing good things with your children.