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In this lesson, you will deepen your understanding of area and ways of calculating this. You will make estimations and justify your thinking. You will also begin to understand how we can work out the length of the side of a shape based on its area and other measurements. You will use multiplication facts to help us along the way. We will focus today on measurements in m². Make sure you have a sharp pencil and a ruler ready to complete any tasks you will be set.
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Open the document "Characters" in the resources section.
Page 13: Record your ideas for different types of Goblin.
Page 14: Write 5 ideas for one of your new Goblin characters. Don't forget to sketch the Goblin as well.
Page 15: Write ideas for 2 more Goblin characters. Don't forget to sketch the Goblins as well.
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It's music week! This week we will be doing 5 lessons from the Nottingham Music Hub. These are the people who do the Year 4 Clarinet lessons.
When you are ready to start the lesson:
Enjoy the singing
|The Daily challenge is an additional activity for you to complete if you have time and wish to do so.|
An Important Person - Part 4
This is the fourth part of a challenge which you began last week.
For this part, I would like you to find out how this person has made a positive difference to the lives of other people.
How has this person helped others?
Now that you have found out a lot about this important person, I want you to write a brief biography of them. Remember, a biography is an account of someone's life. It is factual and is mainly written in the past tense.
You must get the person's permission to write this. When you have written it, you could ask them if they would like to see it.
Only send it in if the person give you permission to do so. I do not mind if they say no.
Above all, it is important that you have learnt about the life of someone important in your family or community.