Look at the super Christmas tree decorations we have made for the school tree.
We have been 'making' some Christmas maths problems practically to help show us when we need to multiply and when we need to divide.
Today in Year 4 we were lucky enough to have a special Tudor visitor. Queen Elizabeth I traveled in time to visit us and was kind enough to let us ask her some questions about Tudor life. What a fantastic opportunity for us!
As part of 'The Big Draw' 2016 Year 4 designed and made their own Rube Goldberg Machines. The simple task their machines has to perform was to ring a bell.
This week in DT we have been making our own lights. We know how to make a circuit and a switch to turn our lights on and off. We also thought very carefully about who might buy our lights and how we could make them appeal to those people.
In music we have had lots of fun learning about rhythm and making up rhythmic compositions. We have some very talented musicians in Year 4!
We are nearly at the end of our first half term so Miss O'Dwyer and Mrs Procter have been looking at all the fabulous homework activities that have been completed from our Tudor grid. They were very impressed with our super creations and lots of our work is on display in the classroom so everybody can see. Here are just a few of our creative pieces that we have worked so hard on.
We have been very busy in Year 4 so far this half term. In science we have been learning about electricity. Here we are setting up our own circuits so we can test whether different materials are conductors or insulators.
We have kicked off our new year in Year 4 with some very colourful artwork. We have been making chalk pastel flowers in the style of Georgia O'Keeffe. First, we practised blending colours using our chalk pastels. Then, we coloured our sunflowers by blending different colours together. Afterwards, we all drew and coloured our own flowers - look how great they are!