Year 4's Home Learning Page

Welcome to Year 4's home learning page where you'll find links to learning and useful websites as well as activities to keep you busy and curious in the days ahead.

Keep in touch with Miss Csoppu by emailing misscsoppu@yhclt.net.  Send pictures of what you've been doing and we'll post them on this page.

Challenges for the week beginning 13.7.20

IMPORTANT- before attempting the maths activity watch the day's lesson here:

Monday 13th July 2020

Tuesday 14th July 2020

Wednesday 15th July 2020

Thursday 16th July 2020

Friday 17th July 2020

Stories

Click here for some SPaG fun.

Click here to listen to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone by J.K. Rowling.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

What have you been doing?

It's great to see how busy some of you have been.  Thanks to Albey, Hariyah and Kordian for sharing your  pictures, it looks like you're all keeping busy and learning in lots of different ways.

Let us know what you've been up to whilst school is closed.  Whether it's school work, being creative, your own project, baking, gardening or just having fun in the sunshine send in your pictures and we'll share them with the rest of the class.

Keep your minds busy, stay curious and have fun.

Stay well and be kind to each other.

Be a historian
Ever wondered what it was like to live in Ancient Egypt?  Dive
into the world of
pharaohs and
pyramids with the
Horrible Histories
team. Just click on the picture.

How did brave Ancient Egyptians write?

In hero-glyphs!

Click on the picture to check out videos and activities to learn about the Ancient Egyptians.  Could you write a letter in hieroglyphs?  You
could create your own
system of hieroglyphs.
How about building a
lego pyramid? Use your
imagination to create
your own Ancient Egyptians project then send pictures of your work to admin@st-georges.hull.sch.uk and we'll share them.  Have fun!
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