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Year 4 - Home Learning - 29th June 2020

Connected Curriculum

Activity 1.     How to draw with one-point perspective.

Watch the clip and learn some new sketching techniques


Activity 2.     

Global Warming Fact discussion cards.  Poster creating.


Activity 3.      

Study of Biomes and climate.

See attached power point and activity sheet.



Activity 4.       

Save our planet

Watch David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II to see the effects of climate change and what we can do to help our planet.




Year 4 English                                    

Week Commencing: 29th June 2020

For the rest of term we are going to be reading ‘An Arctic Tale’.  I have scanned a copy of the book into the PDF An Arctic Tale.

Once again, if you have any questions or would like to send me any copies of your work, then please email me at sbackhouse@picknalls.co.uk

Retrieve information from non-fiction texts

Reading Comprehension: Interview with an Inuit

Present information in a grid

Read the story up to page 11 and think about the similarities and differences between Seela (a walrus) and Nanu (a polar bear). Record your ideas on the grid.

An Arctic Tale

Compare Seela and Nanu

Make research notes

Internet Research

You can choose to find facts about polar bears or walrus. You may want to organise your notes under headings such as diet, appearance, habitat, family etc. Next week we will be writing our own fact files using the facts you have found.

Use apostrophes for contractions

Watch the video.

Then complete the 3 activities and the quiz at the bottom of the page.

BBC Bitesize

Maths

Lesson 1
Interpret charts

Lesson 1
Interpret charts

Lesson 2
Comparison sum and difference

Lesson 2
Comparison sum and difference

Lesson 3
Introducing line graphs

Lesson 3
Introducing line graphs

Lesson 4
Line graphs

Lesson 4
Line graphs