Year 4 have been getting into the Christmas spirit this afternoon by decorating our classroom even more! The children made wonderful paper chains, which I have placed around the classroom to make it even more festive.
Last week, year 4 followed a set of instructions (algorithms) to various dance songs to help them develop a secure understanding of what an algorithms are. The songs we focused on we’re: foot dance (Tik Tok dance), Macarena and Cha Cha slide. I am unable to upload the videos but the children did brilliantly.
Year 4 have been set the task of completing the kindness calendar before we break up for the Christmas holidays. The children will be nominating their fellow peers for an act of kindness or simply colouring in their own box for an act of kindness they have completed throughout the day. I have also sent … Continue reading
Year 4 completed various activities based on the theme bullying. The children have developed an understanding of what bullying is and how it can make other people feel.
Year 4 created a wheel based on the Egyptians harvest calendar . We developed our understanding of when the best time of the year is to grow crops in Egypt.
Year 4 had a wonderful end of term afternoon applying all that the year have been learning about in science regarding teeth.
Year 4 worked together in pairs to mummify part of an apple. We started the lesson by measuring how much salt and baking powder was required and then we mixed it together in a cup before pouring it on top of the sliced apple. We will be leaving the apple over the half term and … Continue reading
Year 4 created a dot picture of Autumn using a cotton wall bud and paint. The children were using the orange, yellow and brown paint as the representation of the leaves falling off the trees in Autumn.
Year 4 have been learning about algorithms in ICT. Yesterday, the children created their own little village on paper and then wrote down a set of instructions to help someone get to each place in their village. Year 4 also used their knowledge of algorithms to direct the beebots from one part of the classroom … Continue reading