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Hello!

Below is the home learning for those children who are working from home at the moment.

We are continuing with our daily loom videos and you can watch all of the videos daily. They will be uploaded to the webpage by 9.30am each day. If you want to watch a video back from last week to help you recap previous learning, click on the links below.

Remember you can call the school office for a paper pack of all the work if you prefer. Complete your work in the Home learning book you were given over lockdown.
If you require another one, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Send in your work to year4homework@sandylands.lancs.sch.uk

 

Find out what you are doing today on our Welcome loom video below – this will run through your timetable for the day

Monday – https://www.loom.com/embed/9152d6602c3a48adbfda12bd920c25d7
Tuesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/0802c6e1765a41e784fc04b5a8a168a9
Wednesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/922b8977a80a4e25bdd8d5d0c1bf55a9
Thursday – https://www.loom.com/embed/27b3e211f67b4db3a61bad7733d420a7

Friday

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

Monday – https://www.loom.com/embed/3b19e47e081443efa0acce2eb4a5ee5a
Tuesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/e4b3357b2fed4879bf48b54a5e48a3dc
Wednesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/c9e1d9792c8643d78fd900cdd8ddfe6e
Thursday – https://www.loom.com/embed/21a09f74c7bd4dc8bcf70b5b74049a22
Friday – https://www.loom.com/embed/1f398a5747dd4382966c4da1967524bc

This week’s English Loom videos are below

Monday – https://www.loom.com/embed/a6e40d20cfd2424f84b711e7b5e76571
Tuesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/5e67c5c40e994210b2dca57f96338fa4
Wednesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/b343c83b8c89442fba24690279818ab0
Thursday – https://www.loom.com/embed/78b1dc3f90fa4f7fb947c4c0b44ac655

Friday

 

English plan below  – click on the link

 

wb 8.2.21 Persuasive texts Year 4

 

 

 

 

 

You will find the activity sheets for this week’s English below

Guided Reading text

 

 

Reading Activities Wb 8.2.21 Y4 Edward Tulane
Text to upload The_miraculous_journey_of_edward_tulane_-_kate_dicamillo
wb 8.2.21 Persuasive texts Year 4 Y4 ENGLISH TUESDAY JML Dust Daddy advert
Y4 ENGLISH TUESDAY JML Egg sitter cushion advert
Y4 ENGLISH TUESDAY JML Flexi torch advert
Y4 ENGLISH WEDNESDAY Persuasive advert planning template
Y4 KEY SKILLS ACTIVITIES

Reading activity sheet

 

 

Reading Activities Wb 8.2.21 Y4 Edward Tulane

 

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Text-to-upload-The_miraculous_journey_of_edward_tulane_-_kate_dicamillo-1.pdf

 

 

 

 

English activity sheets

Y4 ENGLISH TUESDAY JML Dust Daddy advert

Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y4-ENGLISH-TUESDAY-JML-Dust-Daddy-advert-1.pdf

 

 

Y4 ENGLISH TUESDAY JML Egg sitter cushion advert

 

Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

 

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y4-ENGLISH-TUESDAY-JML-Egg-sitter-cushion-advert-1.pdf

 

 

Y4 ENGLISH TUESDAY JML Flexi Torch Advert

 

 

Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y4-ENGLISH-TUESDAY-JML-Flexi-torch-advert-1.pdf

 

 

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Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

 

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y4-KEY-SKILLS-ACTIVITIES-1.pdf

 

 

Maths

Need to recap last week? Last week’s Loom videos are below – click on the link

Monday – https://www.loom.com/embed/c96fbddab05b4711bcf215cc468d6f30
Tuesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/2bceffdbcc134808bab4cd248f199f89
Wednesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/bd97e910cead4fe29c5c8cf4b29aeb2a
Thursday – https://www.loom.com/embed/5f56a9d3523541b4b4a16764d3ce49f2
Friday – https://www.loom.com/embed/3a75b7219e3c454a88ed3e83bc221bd4

This week’s Maths Loom videos are below

Monday – https://www.loom.com/embed/672a3d6cb8c04ae6a585b9d663159208
Tuesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/6236cfe0d16840a5b6455b017bc36c64
Wednesday – https://www.loom.com/embed/a322db237b614e81bbc422cf546220ae
Thursday – https://www.loom.com/embed/7ed87acd4e5346678d9fbfdced22e747

Friday

 

Maths plan below  – click on the link

Maths planning sheet 08.02.2021

You will find the activity sheets for this week’s Maths below

 

 

Monday

Y3-Summer-Block-4-D5-Measure-capacity-1-2020

Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y3-Summer-Block-4-D5-Measure-capacity-1-2020-1.pdf

 

 

Tuesday

Y3-Summer-Block-4-D6-Measure-capacity-2-2020

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https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y3-Summer-Block-4-D6-Measure-capacity-2-2020-1.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

MNP pages 75-76

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https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/MNP-pages-75-76-1.pdf

 

 

 

 

Thursday

Y3-Summer-Block-4-D7-Compare-capacity-2020

Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y3-Summer-Block-4-D7-Compare-capacity-2020-1.pdf

 

 

 

 

Friday

Y3-Summer-Block-4-D8-Add-and-subtract-capacity-2020

Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

 

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Y3-Summer-Block-4-D8-Add-and-subtract-capacity-2020-1.pdf

 

 

Science

 

 

States of Matter

 

Learning Objective:

To recognise that some changes are reversible and others are irreversible.

To know the temperature at which water state changes from a liquid into a solid.

To understand that some materials act as thermal insulators and can help to keep something hot or cold for longer.

I can ask relevant scientific questions.

 

Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:

Are all changes reversible?
At what temperature does water change state from a liquid into a solid?
Is this change reversible?
How could we stop an ice pop from melting quickly?

Key Vocabulary

Solid, liquid, gas, state, matter, heat, cold, melt, solidify, freezing

Learning Activities

• This week we will be continuing to learn about how some materials can change state by heating and cooling them.
• Watch the following clips on BBB Bitesize which show how materials change state by heating and cooling them.
• Are all changes reversible? No they are not! How many changes can you think of that are irreversible? When you boil an egg, for example, it changes from a liquid to a solid as it is heated. Once the egg is cooled, it doesn’t, however, change back to its original state.
• Today we are going to think about how we might stop an ice pop from melting quickly.
• Some materials act as thermal insulators and can help to keep something hot or cold for longer.
• Have a look in your kitchen to see what materials you have that could be wrapped around an ice pop to stop it from melting as quickly. You could try a paper towel, kitchen foil, cling film, a plastic bag, a tissue, bubble wrap or fabric.
• Choose 3 or 4 of the materials to test and wrap a piece of the material around each of your ice pops. Place them on a tray and leave them for 30minutes to see what happens.
• After the 30 minutes, carefully unwrap the material from around one of the ice pops, cut it open and then pour the liquid that has formed into a measuring jug.
• Write down the name of the material that the ice pop was wrapped in and then record next to it the amount of liquid in millilitres.
• Repeat this process for the other ice pops.
• What was the material used to wrap the ice pop that produced the least amount of liquid?
• This is the material that helped to keep the ice pop cold for longest so it is the best thermal insulator.

Resources / Website links

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zn3ygk7

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zrmqxnb

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcvv4wx/articles/z9brcwx

 

 

 

 

 

Art

 

Leonardo Da Vinci – Renaissance

Learning Objective:

To design your own flying machine in the style of Da Vinci

Key Vocabulary

Perspective, balance and proportion, use of light and dark, sfumato, foreshortening

Learning Activities

Last week we looked at how to draw a bird. Da Vinci studied birds and observed how they flew, which helped him to design his flying machines. He looked at the wings and how they worked, how they kept the birds in flight and the motions that the birds used when flying.

Watch the video below to find out more about Da Vinci’s flying machines!

Now, take a look at Da Vinci’s drawings of his flying machines and use these to help you design your own flying machine. Remember to include details, explaining how each part of the machine works and why you have included them in your design.

 

 

 

 

History

 

Learning Objective:

To know why Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison were important to Britain

Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:

Who were Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison and why were they important to Britain?

Key Vocabulary

women’s rights, equal voting rights,  politics, suffragette,  suffrage, inequality, Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU), Parliament,

Learning Activities

Read the information about Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison.

Next, read the statements about things that were said during the time of the Suffragettes and things that would be said today.

Sort them into the correct headings.

Resources/Website links

Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison information sheet- click below

Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison Sorting Activity
Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Emmeline-Pankhurst-and-Emily-Davison-Sorting-Activity-1.pdf

 

Emmeline Pankhurst and Emily Davison Sorting Activity

 

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Emmeline-Pankhurst-and-Emily-Davison-1.pdf

 

 

 

Music

 

Abba – Mamma Mia!

Learning Objective:

to write about what I like or dislike about the music

Key Vocabulary

Harmony

Learning Activities

Step 6 of Mamma Mia! On Charanga.

Once you’ve completed step 6, write a short paragraph explaining which of the songs that we have looked at throughout this unit you like and don’t like, detailing why or why not.
-Could it be the harmonies? (different notes sung to create a chord)
-What did you think about the format of the songs? (Did you like how they were written?)
-Did you like the tempo of the song? (Was it too fast or slow?)

www.yumu.org.uk

PE

Learning Objective:

Long pass Heroes Challenge!

Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:

Can you do the long pass challenge?

Key Vocabulary

netball   long pass

Learning Activities

Read the information page with your instructions and watch the video link.

Resources/Websites

 

PE Y4

Need a bigger printable version? Click on the link below

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/PE-Y4.pdf

 

 

 

RE

 

Learning Objective:

To be able to name the 5K’s.
To explain why they are important and what each of the 5K’s symbolizes.

Recognise, describe and interpret how symbols are used to express beliefs.
Recognise that people can have different identities, beliefs and practises and different ways of belonging.

Key Knowledge questions/ Key Facts/ Key Skills:

What are the 5K’s of Sikhism?

What do they symbolise?

Key Vocabulary

Sikh, Sikhism, faith, symbol, symbolise, 5K’s, Khalsa, pure, belong, belonging

Learning Activities

• This week we will be concluding our learning about Sikhism.
• Last week, we learned about the last of the ten Sikh gurus- Guru Gobind Singh and about the origins of the Khalsa.
• He was the founder of the Sikh community of the Khalsa. The word Khalsa means ‘the pure ones.’ Khalsa Sikhs follow five rules, known as the 5K’s. The 5K’s symbolize what it means to be a good Sikh.
• This week, we will be thinking about the 5K’s in more detail.
• Watch the following clips. They introduce the 5K’s and explain what each of them represents.

• Now think about each of the 5K’s. Can you remember what each of them symbolizes?
• Draw and label a picture of a Khalsa Sikh wearing the 5K’s.

Resources / Website links

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zvjqhyc

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zxv3kqt

 

 

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