Today, will start with maths skills and Times tbles followed by Celebration Worship and break. Take some time to get some fresh air if you can and grab a snack. Dictation will be three sentences from your spellings set last week. Guided Reading is based on the class reader, The Time Travelling Cat and the Roman Eagle, where you will be a much needed friend to Topher in helping him think of the move to a new home in a positive light.
After lunch, settle down to some music where you will be listening to songs, descriptive music and words from Shakespeare to describe Julius Caesar. To energise yourself for the weekend, there are some exercises for you to do in P.E. We would love to hear about how many points each of you can score. Then you will be doing a reflection based on the pictures that have finished each day of learning. After all that hard work, to end the day you can sit back, relax and enjoy 'Mr Sharp's short story'. Please hop over to Teams to register if you haven't done so already. Thank you for keeping the register chat and emoji free. Remember to hydrate often and take learning breaks when and where needed. Enjoy your day. The Year 4 Team
Apologies for the shortened version attached because I could not upload the full version I originally recorded. If you can open up the video clips to enjoy, then you will see how Julius Caesar has been described. Those at school should be able to enjoy the clips, as a fuller version has been saved. If we have time when we all get back to school, I will show you the original version in our music lesson. Mr Novkovic
Roman Music lesson 2 update
I have now managed to upload the complete video of this lesson onto the Video Resource Centre of the website, in case you wanted to watch more clips. Mr Novkovic
Please attempt as many of these activities as possible. We do not expect you to have a wooden bench at home, so the bunny hops can be done on the floor or over a stool if you have one that is the appropriate size. How many points can you score?