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Here are some examples of the great work children in year 4 have been doing as part of their distance learning tasks.
What do you like about their work? Perhaps you can think of ways you can improve your own work next time?
Heroes - Lockdown Lyrics task Year 4
An amazing and uplifiting entry by a very talented year 4 pupil
Context - Lego plan view designs
World Earth Day collage
Edyta made this fantastic collage of an owl using materials she found in her garden and on her daily walks to celebrate World Earth Day.
Literacy- writing a set of instructions
Well done to those children who wrote fantastic instructions and then used them to make lots of delicious recipes! We had butternut squash soup, bread rolls, cakes and muffins!
Humanities - Maps and mapping
Edyta has been working hard to find out the features of different types of maps, while also creating her on plan view map at home.
Context - What a Load of Rubbish!
A great presentation from Atila as part of our context work, focussing upon plastic pollution and recycling.
'Meaningful May' Daily Challenge - show someone you love how much they mean to you - Creatve 3D modelling by Lena for her grandparents
Welsh - Fy hobi i
STEM - Minecraft Treehouse challenge
A great entry from Anila, what an amazing way to share your learning, creating a short video and submitting it to Google classroom!
PSD - Why is it important to look after out bodies?
Science - What are Forces?
Some excellent research into different forces from the world around us.
Internet Safety - A fantastic example of the ways we can stay safe online by Mason
Weekly Learning Journal - A summary of your weekly learning
Why not create a journal/diary to show all of your learning throughout the week? Ruby has come up with a great way of showing what she has learned at home and submitted her journal on Google Classroom to show her teachers and friends all of her hard work! Excellent work Ruby!