Puzzles and problems...
Can you work out how many trips you will need to make across the river?
Have a go at these super sudokus!
Welcome back to the summer term! Our new topic is 'There's no place like home'. We will be learning about what it is like to live in different places, as well as the types of homes that animals live in.
All about World War 2...
This website has lots of information and activities about World War 2. Can you find out some fantastic facts to impress your teachers? You could learn some new things to use in your homework challenges!
Here is a website you can visit to help you find out more about electricity - there are activities to have a go at and a quiz to test your knowledge. Have fun!
World of Words!
We have all now been given a username and password for this exciting website (it is stuck inside the cover of our reading diaries!)
Log on to http://www.worldofwords.co.uk/ to try out some fantastic activities to help you get even better at reading!
Come and tell your teacher which activities you have completed and what level you are on...
Welcome to Year 4!
4SB - Miss Brewer is our teacher and we have lots of people supporting us in class - Ms. Amin, Mr. Chambers, Mrs. Iqbal and Mrs. Eyre.
4SKB - Mrs Bright is our teacher and we have support in our class from - Ms. Bradley, Mr. Chambers, Mr. Chambers, Mrs. Eyre and Mrs. Lawrynovic.
Our first topic is 'Dungeons and Dragons'!
What an exciting start to the new half-term! Our new topic is called 'Sink or Swim?' On Monday, we were Historians, investigating evidence in a painting of Grace Darling. Today (Tuesday) we have had a visit from Andy, who is a volunteer for the RNLI. We learned lots about how to stay safe at sea and the amazing work that their brave volunteers do every day.
To find out more about the RNLI, visit http://rnli.org/shorething/Pages/default.aspx
We will add photos of today's activities soon!
As part of our topic, we are learning about the difference between solids and liquids. Try this activity and see if you can predict what will happen to each solid when it is heated. Will it change back when it is cooled?