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Year 4 Week 11 of Home Learning


Year 4 and Year 5 Shakespeare Gallery

The Dingle - June 2020 - By Harrison Bourne.mp4

This is Harrison's amazing video of birdsong and wildlife in the Dingle. If it is buffering for you, you can also see it on YouTube here:



The recipe for Henry's Roman Apple cake is here:



Fabulous Friday (Friyay)!

We hope you've enjoyed doing the William Shakespeare topic this week, it has been a joy to see your mind maps, artwork and writing. I remember playing the part of Helena in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' when I was 16! I still remember a few of my lines as I love Shakespeare's language - it's beautiful to read aloud.

Take a look at the work you've been set today and if there's anything you're unsure of, then please just send us an email and we will get back to you ASAP. Remember that you don't need to do everything in order.

Have an amazing day Year 4 and please keep sending us your work as we are loving seeing what you are all up to.

And remember, we love you, we miss you and WASH YOUR HANDS! heart

Mrs C and Mrs R


Jobs for the week - main sheet

Year 4 Gallery of Awesomeness

Look at all these amazing things you have been doing! Keep sending photos in for us of your Romans things and anything else you are proud of. The latest addition (Tuesday evening) is Issy's penguin cake! Nomnomnom.

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Making Mind Maps - Tuesday

Here are some examples of mind maps. On Tuesday, you will be making a mind map about the knowledge you have gained about Shakespeare over Monday and Tuesdays lessons. You don't have to do a mind map, you could do a more traditional poster or a digital document such as google slides, Word or g-docs. However, it might be fun to make one! Headings you might want to consider are childhood, family, jobs, plays, places, Shakespeare today, fun facts.

Images of A Midsummer Night's Dream

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