Welcome to Year 3 & 4 Home Learning

Year 3 and 4 Weeks 14/15/16 29th June onwards

Wellbeing Wednesday Padlet (Juniors Edition)

There are two days of home learning for the two days your house is not in school. This learning is mostly a separate entity to what we will be doing in class. For additional learning, please see the links provided in the attachment. All learning is beneficial, and revision of previous learning is crucial in supporting a deeper understanding.

Year 3 and 4 Week 13 22nd June

Computing Instructions for this week!

Wellbeing Wednesday Padlet (Juniors Edition)

Message from Mr White  – OLYMPIC CHALLENGE! It is going to be very warm this week, so let’s get outside and complete these great and unique (fencing is one!) challenges.

The videos on the Activity Card are a great quick guide for parents. Remember to send your best scores to Mrs Slade (soffice@sps.w-berks.sch.uk) and she’ll get them to me! Good Luck!

Berkshire Virtual Games Activity Card – Week 7 – Olympics

Berkshire Virtual Games Guidance Notes – Week  7 – Olympics

Year 3 and 4 Week 12 15th June

*Please note*
I will do my very best to continue to leave comments or voice notes for all work submitted on PurpleMash or sent into Mrs Slade via the office but as I am now supporting rainbow club and supporting teaching in year one, this may not be as regularly as before. My aim is to try and catch up once at week but this may not always be possible. I’m missing you all dearly and love seeing all of the work you’ve been completing! 

Best wishes and looking forward to hopefully catching up soon, Miss G. 

Message from Mr. White – Come on Year 3 and 4 – Streatley needs you! This week’s challenge is slightly different (much easier to set up!) as you need very minimal equipment and is just 1 challenge to repeat 3 times and submit your best score! It’s a small circuit exercise. Check the activity card below for details and support videos!

Berkshire Virtual Games Activity Card – Enduro Challenge!

Year 3 and 4 Week 11 8th June

Mr White had a great time on Friday, with Year 6, completing the Footgolf challenges and now we will tackle cricket challenges!

Join in and support Streatley’s aim of a silver (or maybe gold) award as a sporting school! The videos on the Activity Card are a great quick guide for parents. Remember to send your best scores to Mrs Slade (soffice@sps.w-berks.sch.uk) and she’ll get them to me!

Berkshire Virtual Games Activity Card – Week 5 – Cricket!

Berkshire Virtual Games Guidance Notes – Week 5 – Cricket!

Year 3 and 4 Week 10 1st June 

Berkshire Virtual Games Activity Card – Week 4 – Footgolf!

Berkshire Virtual Games Guidance Notes – Week 4 – Footgolf!

Year 3 and 4 Week 9 18th May 

Mr White’s Introduction Video – Week 3

Berkshire Virtual Games Activity Card – Week 3

Berkshire Virtual Games Guidance Notes – Week 3

*Arts and Crafts for w/c 1st June* – Start collecting milk cartons and other recyclable materials for at DT project we will be getting involved with during the first week after the holidays! 

 

Additional Learning Opportunities: (updated 11/6)

 

Home Learning Projects: 

 

DoodleMath/Tables:

*The login details for DoodleTables are the same as DoodleMaths*
Children should complete their ‘daily’ tasks each and everyday to support their mathematical development. As teachers and parents, we can review and support children’s understanding from their data and the site also adjusts targets for the need of each individual, so it really is a great tool to support and develop independent learn
ing.

 

Reading:

Our Padlet has had a makeover! Click here to recommend any books that you might have read. Include a brief summary of the plot and reasons why you think others might enjoy it (no spoilers!) – and don’t forget to add your name! Recommended Reading Lists for LKS2 children: Year 3 and Year 4

 

Spellings:

Spellings continue to be an important focus as your child progresses into Key Stage 2. There is a list of statutory words your child is expected to be able to spell by the end of year 4. Please see the list here. 

 

Times Tables: 

Children should regularly practise their times tables. In addition to DoodleTables, I would recommend ‘Hit The Button’ (for £2.29), the Topmarks website or something similar. Two minutes daily is much more effective than half an hour once a week as this supports the working memory to retain these facts more effectively.

 

PE:

Brain break activities: Browse the selection of options to keep fitness up

Cosmic Kids Yoga

 

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