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Week beginning 27.4.20

The Body Coach TV - Joe Wicks

Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

9:00 - 9:30 Monday to Friday

 

Acti-Fit Maths on the move

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ActiFitCoachingandEducation/

9:30am Wednesday & Friday

 

Maths: White Rose

 

For Maths this week please click on the link below to White Rose Maths home learning. I would like you to begin on sumemr week two. First of all watch the video clip, followed up with the the daily activity for 30 minutes each day. If you can't print out the work sheet please write your answers on a piece of paper or verbally complete each question

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/


Monday- Lesson 1: Rounding decimals

Tuesday- Lesson 2: Halves and quarters

Wednesday- Lesson 3: pounds and pence

Thursday- Lesson 4: Ordering money

Friday- Lesson 5: Coming soon

 

Monday to Friday 10:00-10:30

English:

Isolation poem: When this is all over...

 

Read through the poem below, which was written by Mr Dudley’s niece (age 10)

 

When this is all over...

For granted I will no longer take,

the buzzing atmosphere of busy bustling streets,

laughter and conversation of people walking side-by-side or hand-in-hand,

a conversation face to face with family members I'm too busy to see.

 

When this is all over...

I will appreciate,

every moment I spend with my family and the ones I hold close,

to embrace them and bask in the warm glow of their love.

Comfort I find in each and every one of them when I'm blue.

 

When this is all over...

Always will I acknowledge,

the wonderful feeling of freedom I relish,

too often we forget the rights and liberty we are given,

the ability to go other places and see mind blowing things.

 

When this is all over...

I will be thankful to the NHS, my family and everyone in this amazing complex world.

 

Monday: WAGOLL

Based on the poem above. Can you find examples of:

  • When an ellipsis has been used?
  • adjectives
  • alliteration
  • Fronted adverbials
  • hyperbole

 

Tuesday: Ellipsis

Quesion of the day: What sort of word is buzzing?

What is an ellipsis?

An ellipses is used to show a pause in time or to create suspense.

 

Can you add ellipsis to these sentences?

  1. Slowly, we crept on into the dark cave.
  2. He carefully opened the container and discovered loads of coins!
  3. "Do you think you're ready? I just don't know if!" stammered Tom.
  4. The review states: "I enjoyed the film immensely it's perfect family fare."

 

Answer the questions above before scrolling down to find the answers:

 

 

 

 

 

Can you create three sentences using ellipsis in each?

 

Wednesday: Alliteration

What does acknowledge mean?

 

Can you spot the odd sentence?

The terrible tiger tore his toenail.

No not now Nelly.

The huge bear ripped off the door and entered the house.

Beautiful butterflies’ bicker blatantly.

 

Why is that sentence the odd one out?

Can you make it a sentence which has alliteration?

Alliteration is the repetition of the same letter or sound in nearby words.

 

Complete these sentences by adding alliteration:

I really didn't want _________________.

This morning I ___________________.

Dear ________, Diana ___________________.

 

Now come up with a minimum of 3 sentences that you can use in your poem:

Example: I will never forget the feeling of freedom.

 

Can't you beat Mr Dudley:

My mother munches mischievously on monster munch.

Can you beat 6 words with the same letters/sounds in one sentence?

 

Thursday: Fronted adverbials

What does complex mean?

Can you explain to your parent/guardian/carer what a fronted adverbial is?

 

These fronted adverbials were using in the poem above:

For granted I will no longer take,

I will appreciate,

Always will I acknowledge,

 

Can you create your own fronted adverbials to complete the following sentences:

 

______________________________, the sound of dogs barking and children playing.

____________________,to the people that are going out of their way to protect other.

_____________________________________, the love of my family and friends.

 

Friday: Emotions

 

This about how your feeling at this moment and how you will feel when this is all over.

How will you feel? Elation, happy....

What different things will you smell? The smell of salt at the sea side.

What different things will you taste? McDonald’s

What will you touch? Hug family members.

 

Now can you put these ideas into full sentences that can be used in your poem?

 

When this is all over...

I will appreciate, the taste of_____________________

I'm excited to _____________________

I will smell ________________________

 

Create a poem

 

Now it's your turn!

Using all the knowledge and activities you've completed this week. Create a poem similar to the one you looked at, at the start of the week.

 

You need to lay it out like like this:

 

When this is all over...

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

 

When this is all over...

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

 

When this is all over...

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

 

Once you have finished send the work to Mr Dudley.

This weeks project:

Design techology:

Last week you learnt about the Tudor King, Henry the VIII and his many wives.

You will now:

  1.  Research and develop ideas of how you can make your own Tudor purse or wallet.
  2.  Sketch and model your chosen design on paper.
  3.  Make your own purse/ wallet.

 

IF YOU ARE USING SCISSOR PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE WITH AN ADULT.

 

If you are struggling here are a few things to help you:   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL7vYhxnDLE

 

Once you are finished, we would love to see what you mave made. I'm going to upload a picture of what I've made as well. So email any picture to year4@hawbush.dudley.sch.uk

 

Music: Flutes

 

Dear Parent/Guardian

Your child was having a Flute lesson at school once a week. Although they are not able to play the instrument as it remains at school, there are still things they can do at home to help them get better at music.  

Below is a link to some musical activities that they can do. Please have a go and encourage your child to join in – you may even want to do them as a whole family.  

 

Activity for this week:   https://youtu.be/3RtGhGvbRmQ

 

Have fun!  

 

Mrs Gullick  

Dudley Performing Arts 

Extension English: Writing with Jane Considine

Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuaq74gHBALPcb1nbJ1EF2Q

9:45am - Monday to Friday

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