Buenos días Year 4.
How has your first week at home been? I'm finding it very strange not coming into school and seeing each of you every day.
Keep sending your work in and posting on the Purple Mash blog, it really does brighten up my days hearing from you and seeing what you've been up to.
Here's today's home learning.
Finally, we have reached the point where we can write our stories! I am so looking forward to reading them.
This is your English home learning activity for the rest of the week, I won’t be giving you anything else tomorrow.
Use your plan from yesterday, your vocabulary from Tuesday and the answers the questions on Monday to help you write your story.
Remember the key things I expect to see in any piece of writing you do:
These are some of the things you should try to include:
When you have finished your story in your book. You should try reading it aloud to someone in your house (or to someone over the phone) and ask them what they think. As you are reading them your story, think about anything you would like to change and make any improvements you think it might need.
We are continuing with our work on multiplication, this time we are going to be applying our knowledge of the times tables in a different way.
Below are some clues to different multiples of 9. Can you work out which is which?
REMEMBER: A multiple is a number that is in the times tables of that number. For example, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27 and 30 are the first ten multiples of 3.
CHALLENGE: Can you come up with your own clues for the remaining multiples of 9 up to 108?
(I have created a separate blog on Purple Mash where you can post your clues and everyone can try to answer them.)
Keep working hard, washing your hands (even if they are sore and dry like mine) and staying safe!