Morning Year 4s and anyone else who is visiting this page! Hope you are all well!
In addition to the websites posted last week, here are a few more links to activities, story telling and radio blogs if you need something to keep yourself busy.
Michael Rosen's Youtube channel: loads of videos of Micheal Rosen performing his poetry, story telling and videos with tips on how to write.
RadioBlogging.net: daily shows from 9.30 with interactive educational activities hosted by various children's authors.
Stay-at-home-story time: Oliver Jeffers reads one his books everyday live on Instagram.
Mac Barnett's Book Club show: daily mini themed shows. They are part live theatre, part comedy skit, part craft lesson. Tune in for: Mac B, Kid Spy #1: Mac Undercover. They go up at 5 California time and will stay up on the channel until end of the school year.
Stay-at-home readings and art class with Chris Haughton: story telling and art tutorials.
BBC Teach: primary teaching resources.
Useful websites while learning at home:
Home learning packs available
A variety of games to do with different areas of the curriculum
Please see you home learning pack for log-in details
Fun coding game
Creative computer programming
All sorts of engaging educational videos
National Geographic Kids
Activities and quizzes for younger kids.
The Kids Should See This
Wide range of cool educational videos
Crash Course Kids
As above for a younger audience
We are a hard working class and love learning new things at school. This year, we have Miss Shackell teaching and Mrs Tricklebank and Mrs O'Dea helping us with our learning. We are also lucky to be supported by other members of the wonderful St Nicolas staff team each week.
This term our Topic is Traiders and Raiders and we are learning about the Anglo Saxons and Vikings. The book we are reading is ''How to be a Viking" by Cressida Cowell. We have also started our rehearsals for our Middle Years performance, "Matilda the Musical", which we are very excited about!
Some useful websites with information about our topic are: