Monday 13th July 2020
Happy Monday Year 4,
I hope you are all well and that you have had a super weekend. I have had a lovely weekend. I bought myself a bike so that I could go riding with Jacob. I have not ridden a bike for over 25 years and so I was a bit nervous. It took me a couple of minutes to pluck up the courage to get both feel off the floor but when I did I really enjoyed it.
We went cycling down the Trans Pennine Trail which goes through Penistone where I live. We have even persuaded Mr Martin to buy a bike.
Unbelievably, it is the last week of this School year. I wish that you were in school with me so that we could spend it together. Please send me a email telling me what you are doing this week. I would love to hear from you.
Have a go at this partitioning worksheet. Partitioning is when you separate a number into thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. For example, 4,657 has four thousands, 6 hundreds, 5 tens and 7 ones. It is important to understand the place value of a digit within a number. For example, in 4,657, the 5 does not mean 5 ones, it means 5 tens which is the same as 50.
Here is a reading comprehension based on Marcus Rashford, the footballer.
Here is a revision link for coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.
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Learn about pulse, rhythm and the character of music with Florence Price and the Juba Dance.
This lesson includes:
one video exploring Florence Price and the Juba Dance
four activities to try at home