Welcome to the Copper class home learning page:
Our home learning is intended to develop our pupils' excitement and passion for their learning and to help parents support their children at home.
During the week daily activities will be added to:
- Ensure that parents are clear about what their child is expected to do;
- Ensure consistency of approach throughout the school during the closure;
- To use home learning as a tool to help to continue to raise standards of attainment;
- Improve the quality of the learning experience offered to pupils and to extend it beyond the classroom environment;
- Provide opportunities for parents, children and the school to work together in partnership in relation to pupils’ learning;
- Encourage pupils and their parents to share and enjoy learning experiences;
- Reinforce learning covered in class by providing further opportunities for the individual pupil;
- To practise or consolidate basic skills and knowledge;
Good morning Copper class.
Remember to read for at least 30 minutes each day.
I have added a few more activities for you today.
You can send pictures of your work to the class email address: Year04@harringtonhill.hackney.sch.uk
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|30 minutes of reading daily
Zakiyyah's Rune Writing
What is her secret message?
More fantastic work from Zakiyyah
Keep up the amazing effort!
Read the Friendship Problem scenario before discussing the questions on the question cards with someone at home.
Read the information on measuring weather then follow the instructions included to make either a weather vane or a rain gauge.
It would be great to see your completed work.
Ask someone at home to read out the sentences, replacing the blanks with the words from the handwriting sheet.
If you have empty cereal boxes, wool or string; give these craft ideas a go.
Wednesday 25th March 2020
Entertaining AND educational.
What is important to you?
Watch the clip below.
List five objects that are important to you and compare your list with some of the items found in the Repton Warrior’s grave. What do these objects tell us about the Repton Warrior? What clues are there that he was very important?
Viking place names
Time for some map work. How many Viking place names can you find on the map?
SPELLING WORD SEARCH: You can still try to locate the words without printing out the word search.
MATHS: Draw the Number line in your book.
LITERACY: You can draw the six story illustrations in your book and add descriptive captions.
For more ideas for home learning please follow links below: