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Brierley Forest

Primary and Nursery School

Y4

HOME LEARNING TIMETABLE

ONLINE HOME LEARNING

 

Dear Parents,

 

As a school it is extremely important to us that we offer some continuity for the children in our classes. Please follow the links and websites to access online learning for your child/children.

 

They will have access to 'Purple Mash' - which children have their own individual log ins for. Here they will be provided with activities set by the teachers. These activities are called '2dos' - child can work their way through the assigned learning.

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/santaemail

 

Children will also have access to 'Spelling Shed' - which children also have their own individual log ins for this too. Here they are also assigned different activities and tasks to work their way through. Activities are shown on the home screen or in the assignments tab.

https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb

 

It is also important that children are reading daily, practising key spellings which can also be found on spelling shed, practising all their timetables and completing work set in the Spring 2 homework menu - which can also be found on the Y4 class pages.

 

If, for any reason you are struggling to access this or your child does not have access to their log ins, then please do not hesitate to contact the office and request further help.

 

Many thanks for all your help and support at this tricky time.

 

Mrs Roberts and Mrs Wilson

Year 4 - Spring Homework

HOME LEARNING TASKS

 

Hope your first week doing online learning has been a successful one. I am adding some more writing tasks for you to complete. Remember, try your best and have fun!

 

1. Write a newspaper report for when Hogarth finds the Iron Man. Make sure you include a headline, capital letters, full stops, interesting description and adjectives and some lovely detailed pictures. I can't wait to see them.

 

2. 3D Modelling - make a 3D model of something from the Iron Man. This could be The Iron Man himself, a tractor, a lorry, a car or any type of farming vehicle. Be creative!

 

3. Complete a household job. Ask a parent to help you learn how to empty the dishwasher, wash a car, clean the kitchen worktops, dust and polish, hoover or mop.

 

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