Good Morning Year 4 - have a Tremendous Tuesday
We are looking forward to seeing all your hard work and fun as usual. Remember to email pictures of your work and pictures of you have fun to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are going to be writing at length to get you ready for Year 5. Your English lesson should take 1 hour each day.
10 minutes to think and plan.
40 minutes to write.
10 minutes to edit and improve.
You need to remember to use your neatest, cursive handwriting.
Make sure you use a variety of punctuation - A . , ! ?
Use all your grammar knowledge and check your spelling.
Write in paragraphs - start a new paragraph when something new happens.
You should be working towards writing at least an A4 page by the end of your 40 minutes.
We can't wait to read your work!
Read the text and answer the questions in full sentences unless it tells you otherwise. There are 2 texts with 4 questions each to answer. Each text and set of questions should take you no more than 10 minutes to complete.
This week in White Rose we are looking at tenths and decimals. This follows the curriculum we would be doing in class.
Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/425565628
Then complete the worksheet below.
As well as a topic lesson everyday, we thought it would be fun to try a little bit of Yoga each day to help us focus.
Did you enjoy last weeks Yoga? Can you remember all of the poses?
Give it a go and send in your pictures of you and your family doing the Yoga poses.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation: contrition.
The Sacrament of Reconciliation is also called Confession, Penance and Sacrament of Forgiveness. This Sacrament has been given to us to confess or acknowledge our sins, seek forgiveness and be reconciled to God and one another. It is like a bridge. It helps Christians to live as followers of Jesus, knowing that forgiveness leads to joy and peace. In this sacrament, those receiving it may be sure of the love and mercy of God.
The most important thing that people preparing to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation need is to be sorry for their sins. There is a special word for this – ‘contrition’. When you have had a quarrel with someone, you can never make up unless you are really and truly sorry – that is, if you have contrition. It about realising the consequences of what you have done, the hurt you have caused to others, as well as to yourself. When you have contrition, you will try very hard not to sin again and there will be peace in your heart.
Explain how God expects us to build bridges with our family and friends before we can take our place in church. Listen to what Jesus says in Matthew’s Gospel:
So if you are about to offer your gift to God at the altar and there you remember that another has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar, go at once and make peace with that person, and then come back and offer your gift to God. Matthew 5: 23-24
SOME KEY QUESTIONS
In daily life
You can build bridges with someone when you forgive them or they forgive you
If you want to do any extra work, then you can use Purple Mash. When you log into Purple Mash click on the weekly activities on the right hand side. Then click on ages 7-9. When you go into this folder, click on week 8
Then you can complete the activities for Tuesday.
Stay alert, stay safe! Mrs Westrop & Mrs Renoldi King