Home Learning information
Hi Class 9,
I hope you've had a fantastic half term, are still feeling fit and healthy and are all ready and refreshed to get back to do some learning at home.
BUT....things are a bit different. Because all your teachers are in school a bit more often, we've put ALL the Lower Juniors' Home Learning resources all together on one page.
You'll need to go back to the Class Pages page and find the Lower Juniors page. Here you'll be able to watch daily videos from either Mrs Hume, Mrs Webb, Mrs Goodman or me. There'll also be some lessons which have a presentation video to go with them. It's all organised in a way that was very similar to our class page previously.
You can still email me your work and I'll still reply every day but perhaps not quite as quickly as I was able to before.
Take care - stay alert - and I'll see you on video soon...
Below is the link for Big Maths. Here you can complete your CLIC test and Learn Its test each week.
The School Code: 0029
Username: Firstname.Lastname (this is YOUR first and last name, obvs!)
Follow the link to the YouTube channel and choose a video to watch. There are some resources below to help you complete an activity. Most videos come in pairs - one telling the story and the other giving you some ideas for using the text to help you do a piece of writing. Have fun!
Listen to Stories Online!
You can now listen to authors reading their own books via Youtube. How exciting! Simply click on the link below and follow the instructions on the web page.
Remember, I'll be looking this week to see who has been completing their work on My Book Blog. Make sure that you blog about the books you read.
If you have finished your book, go to Audible.com where you can sign up and listen to stories. If you search for My Book Blog books, you may find one the that you want which will still allow you to use My Book Blog.
Look below for different resources to help you with home learning...
We've been learning lots in our topics and we've condensed the learning into single pages. Why not try and learn the key information on the pages as a family. You could even make up little quizzes to test each other around the tea table!
By the end of Year 4, we should confidently know ALL of our times tables - up to 12!!!
Do you know all of your times tables?
How about trying out these online games to help?
Don't forget to try TTRockstars too and see if you can speed up your time and achieve Headliner status (or better!)
Can you reach the leaderboard?