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Wednesday 3rd June

Good Morning :)

Philosophical question:

What is a person?


Word of the day: producer


  • Find out what it means and write the definition in your own words!   

  •  What is its word class?   

  • How many syllables does it have (clap each syllable to help you)? 

  •  Make a list of synonyms and antonyms   

  •  Can you use it in an interesting sentence?  

  • Are you able to use it, appropriately, when you are speaking or in any of your writing opportunities?





Today, for your starter, have a go at the new activity that has been set for you on mymaths

Today's main part of the lesson is entitled Fractions of quantities and it is Lesson 3.



Today is all about using an.... 



Head over to the Year 4 Virtual Library and watch Week 1 Lesson 2 video.  


What do you think of the initial opening of the story? We have only shared a snippet with you today to give you an insight into Oliver’s life and background!  

From the video a key thing we have learnt is that he comes from a family of explorers! That is going to be our focus today. 


What is an explorer? Would you ever want to go exploring? If so, where?  


Look below at the PDF for instructions on today's challenge!


PE - get the whole household involved! 

What happens to your body when you exercise?


This question is what you need to explore this afternoon! 


So today we would like you to get active with five different forms of exercise and measure the way your body responds!


At the end of each set of exercises - measure how many times your heart beats for 1 minute and write it into a table! Record down anything else you noticed happening such as:

- Sweat forming (what parts of the body)

- Arms/legs/face becoming redder 

- any aching muscles 

You may choose to draw a diagram of your body and annotate onto it! 


It is important that you take time for your body to return to normal after each 'round' so that it is a fair test! Whilst you are waiting for your body to return to normal, record down what happened to your body! 



1. 10 burpees 

2. 10 star jumps 

3. 10 Squat jumps



1. 10 push ups 

2. plank - hold as long as you can 

3. walking lunges 



1. neck rotation 

2. shoulder rolls 

3. Standing Ham String Stretch 

  • 1. Stand with feet slightly less than shoulder-width apart, facing forwards.
  • 2. Step forward with your left foot. Flex your left foot up towards you.
  • 3. Bend forward at your hips and place your hands on your left thigh. Keep your left leg straight as you slightly bend the right knee.
  • 4. Feel the stretch along your left hamstring. Hold for 30-60 seconds then switch sides



1. 10 lots 1 legged squat (on both legs!)

2. Standing crunch with under leg clap 

  • Start balancing on one leg, with the other out in front of you, knee bent at a 90-degree angle, and your hands together overhead.
  • Crunch forward and clap your hands under the raised leg.
  • Continue to clap over your head and under your raised leg 12 times. Repeat on your other leg.

3. Plank with flying plane arms

  • Start in high plank with your arms extended and hands directly under your shoulders.
  • Keep your hips stable and core engaged as you lift one arm straight out in front of you.
  • Keep holding this arm up and fan it out to the side.
  • Return your hand to the front again, then lower it to the ground.
  • Repeat this sequence on the opposite side. Continue to alternate sides for 12 rounds.



1. 1 leg squat reach

  • Start by balancing on your left leg. Keep the right leg only 5cm off the ground. 
  • Then extend your left arm upwards and then reach down and touch the edge of the right foot (your little toe!) Once you have touched the foot on the ground go back up and stretch as high as you can. 
  • Repeat touching foot and up again at least 5 times.
  • Swap over and balance on the right leg.

2. Crawl lifts - 10 lifts on each arm