Year 4 spent some time last term looking at the environment, how to look after it and then created an eco friendly product to pitch to The Dragons! The children did superbly and each group that pitched to an audience were confident and well put together! Everyone was so proud of themselves and their group!
On Thursday, Year 4 will be completing science experiments. As part of our experiments, children will need to bring a 500ml clear water bottle, e.g. a coke bottle without itslabel or a plastic water bottle. These will not be able to be drunk from so please ensure this is brought to school along with your child’s normal water bottle.
As your final week of homework this academic year 😥 record your range of reading in your diaries using a range of comments (use the sheet at the back of your diaries to help you).
We will be looking at shape symmetry as a fun and visual way to end the year. What symmetry can you find in work by famous artists? What symmetry can you find around you?
Spellings Year 4 words
though/although (learn both, we will test one)
This week in Maths, sticking to our Roman day theme, we have been extending our learning with some fun Roman Numerals activities. Today we will be consolidating this learning with a Roman Numerals game. Here is the link if you’d like to have a play at home too.
Which Maths lesson was your favourite this week and why?
Seal class have filled up their marble jar! Well done!
Tomorrow, Tuesday 9th July, we will be having our treat afternoon, so wear your own mufti clothes and you are allowed, with your parents’ permission, to bring in games, including electronics, but no phones. Reminder: There is no internet connection, so make sure your game is downloaded (or made of laminated cardboard).
Our Year 4 Roman Day is THIS THURSDAY coming. We would love for everyone (who wants to) to be dressed up in something Roman so when we have our feast we all look grand!
Also, if you are able, we would appreciate some Romanesque food to add to our feast. For example, breads, dips, grapes, meats, pancakes, dates, honey, vegetables, salad or fruit.
Thank you in advance for any offerings and keep your eyes peeled for the photos!
Record your range of reading in your diaries using a range of comments (use the sheet at the back of your diaries to help you).
We will be looking at Roman Numerals to fit in with our Roman Day celebrations. You know the numbers, but what imaginative things can you do with them?
Spellings Year 4 words