We think it is really important to hear from all of you regularly. We would like you to make comments and to let us know how you are getting on with your learning.
We want to hear it, even if it is just a quick hello!
So, we would like as many of you as possible to sign up to the blog, so that you can make comments.
To sign up to the blog, access it via the Heavers farm website and go to the year 4 blog. When you click on a post and scroll to the bottom you will see this.
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Click on the W for wordpress. You can all sign up using Word press, and some of you have already done so. If you have forgotten your login details or they do not work you can reset it using your school email address.
You all have a school email address and this can be accessed through lgfl mail.
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Click on the link to see McKenzie’s PowerPoint presentation of the parks and playgrounds activities. Thank you for sharing, McKenzie.
Year 4, I have just seen this idea online and I absolutely love it!
These elephants here are made out of used milk bottles and any scrap or coloured paper you may see around the house. Why not give it a go if you have any PVA glue, scrap paper and milk bottles lying around at home? I would love to see yours if you get a chance to try it!
Try this brain break with your adults or siblings!
Look at some of the fantastic posters created in PSHE yesterday
Iesha’s poster from Moonstone class about Women’s Rights
India’s poster from Quartz class about Women’s Rights
Adam’s poster from Moonstone class
Rahmarni’s poster from Turquoise class
Good morning, Year 4!
Let’s start our day off right with a choice of different exercises that you can choose from:
Well done to everyone wrote their comments about what is a Myth and a Legend?
Take a look to check your answers against the features and definitions I’ve posted! How many did you get correct?
Have you spotted any features that you haven’t listed? Add them to your mind map that you created.
Have a terrific Tuesday
Good morning, year 4!
Today, we would like you to read through the text posted on this blog and then have a go at answering the questions.
Don’t forget to use all of the skills we have been learning in Guided Reading this year; inferring meaning from the text, skimming and scanning important information and answering the questions in full sentences.
Why not leave a comment letting us know how you have got on? Or leave a comment if you found any questions tricky…we can all help eachother!
- In what year was Dorothy Vaughan born?
- Why do you think Dorothy Vaughan and her co-workers were called, ‘human computers’? Explain your answer
- What do the initials ‘NASA’ stand for?
- Why do you think NASA decided to close its segregated facilities? Explain your answer.
- Explain in your own words why Dorothy Vaughan’s achievements were so important? Use evidence from the text to explain your answer.