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Welcome to Year 4's new learning platform
Year 4 Staff
Mr Aidan Fulcher - Class Teacher
Mrs Millard - Teaching Assistant
Miss Dunne - LSA
Stone Age Boy
"Let’s travel back to prehistoric times! This half term we’re going to discover a national prehistoric site by studying maps and researching online. Through our research, we’ll learn about the Stone Age, the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. What were people’s daily lives like and what epic battles did they fight? Using techniques such as cutting, scraping and mark making, we’ll make Stone Age tools. We’ll look closely at cave paintings and create our own. As we learn about the Bronze Age, we’ll build different monuments and understand why there was a change of era. Then, we’ll travel to the Iron Age to learn about hill forts and the properties of iron. We’ll also make Iron Age jewellery. In science, we’ll meet the man who invented the electric rod and identify how electricity was conducted to preserve ancient monuments."
Topics covered this term: Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
Year 4 are focusing on number bonds this term - to 10, 20 and 100.
If you want to give your child some number bonds quizzes at home, this website has some great resource to download.
Year 4 are practising their 3 and 4 times-tables at the moment.
Practise your 3 times table with Doogal's song:
And here is Humphrey with the 4s:
Year 4 are reading 'Stone Age Boy' by Satoshi Kitamura to support their topic learning, as well as providing them with a wonderful inspiration for some creative writing.
You can find this week's spellings on the Homework Cover Sheet
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