What a wonderful week we have had in Seals! It has involved descriptions, divisions and a day in the life of a Tudor!
At the beginning of the week, the children worked in groups to do some feature finding. They were each given a paragraph of the model text which they had to analyse and label with features which could be included in our historical narratives writing toolkit. Our next couple of lessons focused on using adjectives and figurative language to describe characters and using the five senses to describe settings. Today, the children wrote sentences with -ed openers.
This week, we have continued our work relating to multiplication and division. It has involved dividing a number by 1 and itself, multiplying 3 numbers and solving multiplication and division word problems.
Selly Manor -
We had a fantastic time at Selly Manor on Tuesday! It was a fascinating and exciting day packed with interesting facts, fun and games. The children were given the opportunity to view a Tudor house, dress up like a Tudor and play Tudor games, which really helped to bring our topic to life! The children were thoroughly engaged throughout the day and it was great to see how enthusiastic and knowledgeable they are about the Tudors! Hopefully we will get the opportunity to go on another trip at some point in the year!
Children have been given some Maths homework this week which relates to the learning we have been doing in class. The task has been explained in class, but if you have any questions about this, please do get in touch. This piece of homework is due on Monday 28th November. Children should practice their spellings and times tables and read at home alongside this.
Year 4, List 10 – Adding ‘ly’ to an adjective
Spellings given out: Monday 21st November
Spelling test: Monday 28th November
Have a lovely weekend,