Good morning Year 4! We hope you had a lovely weekend.
Remember, your first job everyday is to send a 'Good Morning' message to your class teacher on I Am Learning by 10 am. If you did something to celebrate VE day, let your teacher know what you did!
If you run out of space in any exercise books (orange Maths or yellow English book), please ask an adult to contact the office to arrange to pick up a new one.
Additional distance learning tasks:
Practise your handwriting by copying and completing the activities below in your beige notebook.
You should answer the question using joined handwriting.
Multiplication - Times Tables Rockstars
What are conductors and insulators?
Click this link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z2882hv/articles/zxv482p
Watch the video. Then, read the information below the video.
Some materials let electricity pass through them easily. These materials are known as electrical conductors. Many metals, such as copper, iron and steel, are good electrical conductors. That is why the parts of electrical objects that need to let electricity pass through are always made of metal. Metal is used in plugs to allow electricity to transfer from the wall socket, through the plug, and into a device such as a radio or TV. In a light bulb, the metal filament conducts electricity and causes the light bulb to light up.
Some materials do not allow electricity to pass through them. These materials are known as electrical insulators. Plastic, wood, glass and rubber are good electrical insulators. That is why they are used to cover materials that carry electricity. The plastic covering that surrounds wires is an electrical insulator. It stops you from getting an electrical shock.
Now click onto the activity below.
Along the bottom there are objects. You must decide whether these items are insulators or conductors of electricity. Drag the item into the correct box. Then click check to see if your answers are correct.
PE- Choose an activity to complete for 30 minutes