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First day of absence work - Autumn 1



We would like you to spend no more than 30 minutes on each activity. Worksheets are attached at the bottom of the page.


This half term we are looking at the place value of four digit numbers. Have a go at the activities sheets below, recognising the value of thousands, hundreds, tens and ones. 


We would like you to continue to read for ten minutes to an adult. Please ask the adult to sign your diary. 


Please read the comprehension below, which is a non-fiction text about Whales. Then have a go at the questions attached. Remember to write your answers in full sentences. 


Practice your weekly spellings in different ways. We have attached a spelling menu below for you to choose from. If you don't have your weekly spellings at home choose 10 from the Y3/4 spelling list.


Please spend about 30 minutes on this activity.


In our Grammar lessons, we have been learning about prepositions. Use the powerpoint below to remind yourself of the purpose of a preposition, then have a go at the attached worksheet. Please don't peek at the answers!


As part of our current science topic 'Sound'. We would like you to do some independent research on 'Sound' using the question prompts below to help you. Then we would like you to present your information in a unique way- you may choose to create a powerpoint, a poster, an information booklet or a piece of writing! The choice is yours!


- How does sound travel?


- What causes objects to make sounds?


- What objects does sound travel through?


- What do the words pitch and volume mean?


- What is makaton? What is it used for?






Follow the link below and listen to the story 'The Dot'. 

Then using the phrase, 'Just make a mark and and see where it takes you,' as inspiration, we would like you to create a piece of art. What type of mark will you make? Where will it take you? What materials will you use? 

The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds | Read aloud Book for kids - Bing video