Lesson 4 - Draw bar charts
Activity today - no worksheet to complete.
Lesson 4 - Count in tenths (recap)
Year 4 Lesson 4 work
Here is the link to our text for this unit of work.
WALT: identify features of a set of instructions using a WAGOLL.
Use the WAGOLL to identify these features in the instructions.
Imperative verbs ('bossy verbs' which tell you to do an action for example - put, stop, pull, spread, take, sit)
Fronted adverbials (for example - first, next, then, after that, finally)
List of what is needed
Use of bullet points or numbers to separate steps.
Use adverbs, conjunctions and prepositions to show time.
Lesson 1 - Prediction
Using the front cover and the blurb of this book to create predictions about the events in the book.
'High on a Himalayan mountain, a young explorer is asleep in her tent. At midnight she is snatched by a gigantic, hairy monster - and never seen again. Agatha Farlingham has been kidnapped by a yeti. But soon discovers that he is a brave and noble beast. His family is in danger - and he needs her help.'
Questions to think about when making your predictions:
- How would you support that prediction?
- On what evidence did you base your prediction?
- What makes you say that?
- What were your clues?
Here's the video for today's learning:
I hope you enjoy making your cave paintings as much as I did. Don't forget to send me photos - I'd love to see your creativity.
Here is the PDF PowerPoint for the cave paintings -