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Year 4 - Thursday 11th February 2021

Reading
In today’s reading we will be covering Chapter 12. There is a copy that is downloadable below or you can listen to Miss Robson reading it here.

Your task is to draw another artistic prediction. Can you draw a prediction about what they might be building in Nya’s village in Chapter 12? Remember to read and base your prediction on the clues from Chapter 12.We were extremely impressed with some of the artistic predictions from last week.
You can re-read Chapter 12 here:

Chapter-12Download

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Writing
Today in writing you are going to be completing your third paragraph. In this paragraph I would expect to see the use of the persuasive language features, which you can find on your word mat and in the example. I would also like to see the use of your facts about water aid in Sudan, and finally some rhetorical questions.

Please make sure you upload your work to your portfolio so that I can mark it and return it to you for you to add corrections.
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Maths
Today in maths we are going to be building on our knowledge of fractions. Click here to watch the video on counting in fractions .

Please find the worksheet and the true or false question below.

Y4-Spring-Block-3-WO5-Count-in-fractions-2019-1Download
T-or-F-Year-4-Spring-B3-S5-Count-in-fractionsDownload

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PSHE
Today we are learning what it means to be resilient and to have a positive attitude. Watch this video, called Soar, to see somebody who shows amazing resilience here. How do you think she shows resilience?

A great way of showing resilience is saying that you don't know how to do it, yet! This makes it more positive and gives you time to think about how you can plan to achieve it.


Fill out the yet table above. Choose three things that you may be struggling with and what tools you can use to help you achieve this.

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