Hi Year 4! Did you know that September is Roald Dahl month? me know datdis many ov you have enjoyed different readythings by Roald Dahl recently. We will be posting acuppleo fun Roald Dahl related sites- disdat won will turn what you squibble entoo “Gobblefunk” so you sound like thee BFG! ave fun! – Miss M
(Hi Year 4! Did you know that September is Roald Dahl month? I know that many of you have enjoyed different books by Roald Dahl recently. We will be posting some fun Roald Dahl related sites- this one will turn what you write into “Gobblefunk” so you sound like the BFG! Have fun! – Miss M)
Hi Year 4,
I know that some of you get mixed up with homophones when you write- words which sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings! Below is a game to work on your memory whilst practising your homophones too. If you know some homophones which aren’t listed in the game, comment below and let us know!
– Miss M
Hi Year 4,
I have found some websites that will help us to learn about the human body. These will be useful for helping to answer your Inquiry Learning questions.
This week, the students in 4 S/P/A will be evaluating these websites as a part of their Literacy Café Menu. I would love to know what you think about these sites. Please respond with your feedback below.
Don’t forget, FIRST NAME only!
Hi Year 4,
I know that lots of you really enjoyed the ‘Big Babies’ explanation text activity on the BBC website, so here is the link for anybody who would like to visit it again:
This week the students in 4 S/P/A have been learning about healthy eating and the skeletal system. Here are some fun games that can be found at www.dairy.edu.au.
They focus on how dairy products help to keep your bones healthy.
Catch a Serve
Unbeatable Bones Quiz
Build A Skeleton
Fuel For Life Crossword
For those of you working on Expand Vocabulary as your CAFE strategy, or who want to improve your knowledge of different words: Free Rice is a quiz based site which gives you a word, and you need to select the word from the list below it which means the same thing or very similar. In the picture above, the answer to “silence” is “quiet”. You can change your level to more difficult words if you are finding it too easy! Let us know if you learn any new words by posting them and their meanings in the comments 🙂 – Miss M
Hi Year 4,
Are you up for a challenge? This game has a broken calculator and some of the keys are missing. You have to find new ways to make the number by pressing the keys on the calculator. You may have to use more than one operation to solve the problem.
I would love to have some feedback about the game. Please post your thoughts and your FIRST name only below.
Here are some great games that can assist you with your understanding of sentences, spelling and punctuation. They are produced by the BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/ I enjoyed playing these games and so will you! Let me know what you think.
Looking for a way to improve your vocabulary? Here are some games that will get you thinking. All of these games can be found at http://splash.abc.net.au/home