Hello year 4!
We hope you have all had a very restful and enjoyable half term - what beautiful weather we had. No doubt lots of you spent many happy hours in your paddling pools! Hopefully you were also able to get out and about a little more to enjoy the lovely countryside.
We can't believe we are already entering Term 6!! We are missing you all so much and really hope it isn't too long before we get to see you all again.
It has been great to see people still sending things in for the blog; this week we spotted:
Annie - who did a trampoline bounce to raise money for Children's Hospice SW - what a FANTASTIC thing to do Annie - well done!
Bethany - you were working hard over Health and Fitness Week, producing a very clever sports word search, doing some bark rubbing and lovely house emblem art work - amazing!
Please find below this week's learning timetable. Don't forget, the format has changed slightly this term but, as usual, just work through the tasks at a pace to suit you and your family. Any resource sheets needed can be found below.
We have also added an 'Ongoing Resources' folder on our home learning front page. This contains extra resources that you may wish to use for handwriting, spelling and phonics.
We will still continue to read 'The Witches' each week (without the guided reading tasks) as we know many of you have been enjoying sharing the story with us! You can find the link below.
If you need any extra Maths work, why not take a look at this website
'The Witches' - Read by Mrs Curtis
Enjoy listening to chapter 4!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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