Y4 Foundation lessons – Spring 2 week 1 (22nd -26th February 2021)
This work will be uploaded daily to teams with the instructions. There will also be recorded lessons on YouTube for Science, Geography and RE. The information for these will be uploaded onto Teams ready for the day we expect you to do the work.
|FRENCH||Use language angels for your learning. This term we are learning about habitats. This can be found in the intermediate section on the website. (yellow).
It is unit 12 and this week we are completing lesson 1. In this lesson you will learn in French the essential elements that all plants and animals need to survive and will learn how to look out for cognates (words that are similar in French and English). We will be experts at this as it is similar to the science lessons we did last half term.
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|ART||Can I sketch a body?||To create a sketch of figure of a human and a child.||Watch the YouTube Video
In this video the artist shows you how to draw figures in proportion. Listen carefully to what he tells you about using the head to map out the proportions for the rest of the body. Have a go at drawing an adult and a child figure.
Try to do this more than once and see how you improve your work. Take your time and watch the video each time you draw the figures.
|PSHCE||What is charity?||Give examples of charity and say what charity is.||In a task you were asked to complete before half term we asked you about how families spend money. We asked you about essential items and luxury items. Does everyone have the money to buy luxury items? Where can we go if we don’t have money for our essential items?
What does poverty mean?
Look at the PowerPoint on poverty and complete the 3 tasks within the PowerPoint.
|PowerPoint – How do charities stop poverty?|
For PE, check out this week’s challenge: http://stanleylearningpartnership.co.uk/personal-best-14th-september-2nd-october/
For Music access the Durham Music service for a daily 15 minute music session https://www.durhammusic.org.uk/15minsofmusic