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Tuesday 14th July

Welcome to Tuesday

Please see below suggested activities for today. 

 

  • Daily suggestions
  • Practise the eight weekly spellings (posted below). 
  • Keep practising some of the 107 Year 3 and 4 Statutory spellings that you find challenging.(See the full list of statutory words on the attached document below).
  • Reading for pleasure. Keep reading a variety of texts that you enjoy.
  • Practise your times tables. This could be using TT Rockstars, TimesTables.co.uk  or simply chanting them outloud or playing times tables bingo.  

 

 

  • Year 3 Numeracy – Add and subtract capacity
  • Year 4 Numeracy – Line of symmetry – Complete shape

 

 

  • Literacy – planning session Year 3 and 4 Go digging

We are continuing with the newspaper theme for our Literacy tasks this week, however we are going to be a little closer to home, we are going to report on something from Chellaston. Using the idea of being archaeologists, Year 3 and 4 are going to go on a dig and discover/uncover a find in Chellaston.
You will need to have a look at the Year 3 and 4 Go Digging Task Introduction sheet to help you get started – it tells you your task.
Then use the Year 3 and 4 Go Digging Plan sheet to help you prepare for your newspaper report writing. There is an EXAMPLE sheet to give you some guidance.

Numeracy
Year 3 –
Year 4 –

 

  • Topic – Gift of the Nile

Learn about the importance of the River Nile in Ancient Egyptian times, and why it was so important to the Egyptians. Use the River Nile Information Sheet and the River Nile Information Pack to help you to be able to complete the River Nile Fact Finding Task.

 

 

  • Spellings

 

Year 3
actually

extreme

February

certain

height

history

imagine

increase

interest

important
 

Year 4
neighbour

obey

shake

afraid

eight

freight

plain

hesitate

 

 

We hope you have a wonderful day. 

Keep working on your six Homefields Attitudes. We are so proud of you all.

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