Tuesday 19th May
Date: 19th May 2020 @ 9:29am
Good morning Year 4,
I hope you are all well! I'm going to go for a nice relaxing walk and play my favourite songs through my headphones today (if the weather stays dry!) What are you doing to keep yourself busy today?
I have posted two new Mathletics tasks on fractions today. Maths No Problem is Textbook 4B, Chapter 10, Lesson 6- Converting units of Volume. Don't forget to practise your times tables and spellings too.
For your writing task, I want you to create a revolting recipe! I had watched the Great British Menu, a cooking programme on BBC, and their theme was children's literature. Roald Dahl was mentioned a lot and I remembered that I used to enjoy all the food that was mentioned in Roald Dahl's books so I thought you could write some instructions to create your own revolting recipe!
I want you to include a title of your recipe, an introduction to what it is, the ingredients and then the method. It is important that you use time adverbials like firstly and after that, but also that you use imperative verbs. (Remember these are your bossy verbs like chop, stir, put).
Be as creative (and revolting!) as you like! You could also draw diagrams for the method or a final picture of what your recipe would look like. This is all written in the homework section too. I will post pictures on the blog of an example recipe! EDIT: I'm not sure why the pictures are cutting off a lot of the words! A little annoying! I have copied the text and posted it on the homework page for you.
I have also seen that charities are asking people to write cards for elderly people in care homes, some who haven't had visitors for a long time now. I think this is a lovely idea, if you would like to get involved I have posted the link where I read about it here -->.https://www.healthierlsc.co.uk/CardsForKindness
Have a fabulous day! Remember to take your time with your work, take plenty breaks and have lots of fun.
Miss Hay :)