Year 4 made the most of the snow this morning and explored some practical ways we can show equivalent fractions!
English - Debating and conscience alley
We had a class debate in character as the local villagers to decide what to do about the Iron Man. The class were either for or against trying to help the Iron Man.
We then used a conscience alley to help decide what is best to do next.
Maths - Fractions with cubes
We continued our work with fractions and used cubes to help work out fractions greater than 1.
Maths - Fractions
Year 4 LOVED dirty writing to help them with their fractions work! Don't worry, they have been told not to try this at home!
Reading Breakfast - Year 3 & 4
Thank you to all the parents who were able to come to this mornings reading breakfast. The children always love having the opportunity to read to their parents. We hope you enjoyed the refreshments too!
The children worked in groups to highlight interesting vocabulary from the first chapter of the book. They then found the definition and included it in a sentence.
Making our own Iron Man
Year 4 had lots of fun designing and creating our own version of the Iron Man. The children worked in samll groups on various parts of the robot and were thrilled with how it looks!
English - Iron Man hotseat
Continuing with our new book, The Iron Man, the children hot-seated in character and answered questions from the class about where they thought the Iron Man was from, why he was here and what they think he will do next.
Maths - Fractions
English - Making Predictions
Yesterday we looked at a box with lots of strange and unusual objects in it. The children had a discussion and made predictions on where they thought they might be from. Then we read the first page of our new book....
Science - Sound
Continuing our Sound topic in Science, the children made their own paper telephones to help understand how sound can travel better along a solid object. Who needs iPhones!?
Year 4 had lots of fun making sandwiches with Mrs Size as part of their Food Technology learning and discussed the importance of lots of fresh vegetables in our diets.
Area & Perimeter - Estimation
Year 4 didn't let the bad weather stop them being magnificent mathematicians yesterday!
After using their prior knowledge, the children estimated the area and perimeter of the basketball court. We then braved the elements and measured for ourselves!
We were all quite close with the perimeter, but were way off with the area!
The children had a brilliant time at the Dewa Roman Experience today. They marched through the streets of Chester led by a Roman soldier, explored excavations and discovered just what life was like in Roman Chester! An unforgettable experience all round!
Children In Need 2018
Year 4 had lots of fun last Friday raising money for Children In Need. We finished the day off by running the mile with Year 1.
Year 4 continued their Roman numerals work today with a very tricky matching activity and fun with matchsticks solving number problems.
World War I - Causes & Consequences
Science - Digestion (Making Poo!)
The class had lots of fun putting into practice what they had learned about the digestive system. The children loved getting their hands dirty and making their own version of poo! Afterwards they were all able to accurately describe each process and the various functions of different body parts. A lovely way to end the half term!
Health Day - A Mile Before School!
A massive thank you and well done to all the parents and children who participated in our Health Day Mile this morning. The turnout was fantastic and we smashed our target distance of 50 miles! Year 4 have loved doing the mile each day and are getting faster and faster.
Health Day - Hand Hygiene
Year 4 had lots of fun today learning about how infection and bacteria can spread and the importance of washing hands thoroughly. The children used a special UV gel that showed how germs can stay on skin unless washed properly, then the children shook hands to see just how far the infection can spread! We used a special UV light to see the germs. We discovered that fingernails are very popular with germs!
Design & Technology - Roman Mosaics
Year 4 loved researching, sketching, designing and finally making their own Roman mosaic. They worked with Miss Size to try and make them as symmetrical as possible. The finished results were excellent!
Maths - Numicon
Today we have been using Numicon to identify and represent numbers.
Roman Coins - Finished Pieces
Maths - Greater than, Less than, Equal to.
The class had lots of fun playing games in pairs to find and determine whether numbers were greater than, less than or equal to other number values.
English - Newspapers
We have continued our work on newspapers - identfying features of headlines, introductions and captions.
The class enjoyed meditation - the relaxing breathing exercises really helped them to focus and relax.
Year 4 have continued to learn about the different notes that can be played and have began to listen and write notes down themsleves, including crotchets and minims.
P4C - Naughty-o-meter
Year 4 have been exploring what they believe good/bad behaviour looks like.
Art - Roman Coins
Year 4 have been learning about Roman coins and have now created their own using clay.
Music - Guitars.
Year 4 have continued learning about the features of the guitar, and began playing notes.
Maths - Number Games
Maths - Place Value - 1000 more or less than.
We have been creating and solving our own place value problems using spinners. Some of us were even solving 7 digit problems!
P.E - Basketball
Year 4 worked on their basketball passing skills, using bounce passes to pass the ball to each other.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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