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YEAR 4 ONLINE LEARNING

Welcome to our Year 4 Online Learning Page! This page will now be populated with online learning for children who are self-isolating or shielding.

Please read and follow the government guidance on self-isolating when you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive. You can also read the information on what to do if you expect someone in your family has symptoms or has tested positive. If you or your family develop symptoms, please follow the school's procedure of informing the school office or Kate Fripp, via email or phone.

Government Guidance

We will provide a variety of daily activities from across the curriculum that we would have been teaching in school. Our activities will be engaging and varied in the approach. Some will require the use of a laptop or tablet. If you require paper copies, please inform us via email. All passwords and logins were sent out at the start of the academic year. If you require us to re-send you these, please email us. 

 If you have any questions about online learning please do not hesitate to contact us via our email with any queries:

                                    Leopards      t.swainson@emsworth.hants.sch.uk 

                                    Jaguars        k.babbage@emsworth.hants.sch.uk 

                                    Jaguars        r.wilson@emsworth.hants.sch.uk

Extra Information

Following parent's feedback, we are now posting all resources, activities and templates onto Seesaw. An overview will remain on our page to support this transition. This will reduce the amount of printing expected whilst increasing children's independency for remote learning and future homework. Weekly timetables will be posted with links to the activities so children can navigate confidently and complete tasks using the online platform. Feel free to still print activities from Seesaw if this is preferred. We will continue to post daily videos explaining the day's learning. A parent video tutorial is pending and will be with you shortly. For now, please refer to the guide below:

It is important that you are trying tor read at least a chapter every day and play at least twenty minutes of TTRockstars. Here are examples of questions that you should be thinking about as you read.

Struggling to know what to read? Find some great book recommendations grouped by age group (below) or by theme (here). Free audiobooks can be found here.

Please see the glossary for terms that may be used in your writing tasks.

*** For those still completing previous online learning, please scroll to the very bottom of the page to find the guidance for each lesson***

Spellings

Miss Swainson's, Mrs Babbage's and Mr Wilson's group:

Mrs Street's and Mrs Chamberlain's group:

Week 1 

Week 2 

Week 3 

Week 4 

Week 5 

Week 6 

Interactive Timetable

Monday 1st March

Spellings

Annotate this week's spellings (found under extra information) including sound buttons, syllables, prefixes and suffixes to help you remember the patterns. If you are Mrs Street's or Mrs Chamberlain's spelling group, complete your Read, Cover, Write sheet which was sent home at the end of the half term.

 Maths

Use these slides for your learning this week.

Today you will be learning to count in fractions. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

Guided Reading 

Use the extract from the 'Gregor and the Curse of the Warmbloods' to answer the comprehension questions on Seesaw. 

OR use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once'. This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites.

English

You will today expanding on the facts you have found. Do not just copy them. Choose one of the options below.

Write a non-fiction page based on one of the animals you (hopefully) saw at the zoo.  Think about appearance, habitat, how they move and fun features.  You may wish to do some further research about the animals to help you.  Draw pictures and label them.

 OR

Create a visitors guide for San Diego Zoo, describing the animals that people will see if they visit the zoo.  Make it look attractive and create plenty of fun facts, including similes!

Geography

For this week’s geography, building on your enquiry ‘Mountains don’t move’, you will be finding out about the structure of the Earth.

Firstly, watch the ‘What is the earth made of?’ video clip (it takes about 20mins). If you want to, try the exit quiz to see how you got on. 

Watch Video 

Now complete the ‘Structure of the Earth’ tasks. Spend 5 minutes adding the four labels to the diagram of the Earth and then give yourself 15 minutes to explain how the structure affects the crust, using the key words on the sheet.

 Finally, spend 15 minutes labelling the tectonic plates. You are not expected to know the names of the plates, so use an atlas or the internet to help. However, it is important to understand the crucial role these plates play in the movement of the crust and in the formation of mountains.

French

To start French today, re-watch this clip about gender nouns using indefinite articles un/une and definite articles le/la/l’/les. Then try the quiz at the bottom of the page again.

This week we are learning about ‘places’, asking ‘where are you going?’ and replying. Read aloud and learn the following phrases all about ‘places’ and asking ‘where are you going?’ (click here for some examples):

 

  • Where are you going? Où vas-tu?
  • where
  • you tu
  • go aller
  • to á
  • I am going to… je vais á…
  • I am going home Je vais à la maison
  • I am going to the train station Je vais à la gare
  • I am going to the cinema Je vais au cinema
  • I am going to the shops Je vais aux magasins
  • I am going to the school Je vais à l'école

Use the table of places ‘La table des lieux’ to learn the names of places. Don’t forget to change á to au, á la, á l’ or aux depending on the noun (you can use this sheet about gender nouns to help)

Tuesday 2nd March

Spellings

Complete the activity sheet for this week's spellings (on Seesaw). If you are Mrs Street's or Mrs Chamberlain's spelling group, rainbow write .

Maths

Use the slides from Monday to help you with today's learning: counting in fractions. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

 Guided Reading 

Continue to use the extract from the 'Gregor and the Curse of the Warmbloods'' to answer the next set of comprehension questions on Seesaw. 

OR Use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once' (below). This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites. 

English

Have fun playing with the website or App. Create the craziest and funniest animals you can think of. The app even lets you add sound effects!

Experiment with changing the habitat, legs, tail and heads.

 Now aim to create a really great animal that would be useful if it existed:

  • Is it really strong?
  • Will it survive extreme weather?
  • Would it be helpful to humans?
  • Choose an imaginative name for your new animal.
  • Print it out if you can.

 

Computing

Over the next few weeks you will be working your way through this programme:

There are many different pages on this site (click picture). In the top-right corner of the screen, you will see a progress bar, which shows you how far you have through each section. When the progress bar gets to the end, you have nearly finished. There is also a PIN number under the progress bar. If you have finished your lesson, or you run out of time, you can write the PIN number down to save your place. I would recommend you writing this at the top of your secret code sheet and putting somewhere safe (below).

Each section in 'Welcome to the Web' has a quiz at the end. If you get the entire quiz answers correct, a secret code will be revealed. You will need this code when you try the "The Challenge" and get a personalised certificate at the end. Write these secret codes on this sheet.

Today you will completed section 3 and 4 - Staying Safe and Using your Browser.

Staying Safe

  • How do people use the Internet?
  • How can we interact with websites?
  • How can we keep ourselves safe online?

Using your browser

  • What is a web browser?
  • How can you enter web addresses?
  • What do the browser buttons do?
  • What are Favourites / Bookmarks?

Remember to write down your pin once you have finished these sections.

 

Music

For a bit of fun, today’s music will involve you working through this quiz all about the seven musical dimensions that we have learned about so far this term.

Can you remember all seven of the musical dimensions and what they are all about? Look through the ‘Quiz’ PowerPoint, click the links to go through the presentation. Then let us know how you get on.

Wednesday 3rd March

Spellings

Include this week's spellings in sentences. If you are not sure of the definition, look them up in a dictionary first. You may wish to use the online one below. Click on the image.

Maths

Use the slides from Monday to help you with the rest of your learning this week: counting in fractions. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

 Guided Reading 

Use the text about digestion to answer the comprehension questions on Seesaw.

OR Use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once'. This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites.

English

Using the websites below, books from home, your own knowledge and imagination, build a profile of facts about your animal. You could even challenge yourself to present findings like TopTrump cards. Complete the grid:

RE

Recap the story of Moses, match the description and names to the correct people.

Use the information to list the 10 plagues of Egypt. What were they? There are three levels of information, one star up to three star, choose the level that suits you best. Record what you have found out on the second page of the matching activity. You can present it in any way you wish.

PE

Complete the ‘Healthy Hearts’ PE Home Learning challenge card.

Watch the video if you need some support with knowing what to do.

Thursday 4th March - World Book Day

 

As it is World Book Day, we have found lots of fun activities that you can join in with. Do not feel you need to do every single one - pick and choose. Click the correct activity link to see them all.

Leopards:

 Jagurars:

We will be having a live celebration via zoom at 10:30 instead of Friday. Look in your inbox or Seesaw for further information. Please print out this Performa or have a piece of paper and pencil to hand.

 Friday 5th March

Spellings

Spelling test. We would love to celebrate your scores on Seesaw.

Maths

Use the slides under Maths on Wednesday  to help you with today's learning: add two or more fractions. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

 Guided Reading 

Find a quiet place to read at least a chapter of the book you are currently reading. To help your understanding of the book as you read, it is recommended you answer these questions below. It would be brilliant if you could even create your own book review and post any recommendations on Seesaw. 

Challenge yourself to finish off Miss Swainson's Reading Bingo, if you have not already. 

OR Use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once'. This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites

PE

Have a go at learning the routine to ’Don’t stop the feeling’ 

HeartSmart

Don’t Rub It In, Rub It Out.

Ways to fix a broken friendship.

Can you suggest ways to fix a broken friendship?

Think of a time when you broke something. Using the slides provided, how would you fix the following objects:

• A broken mug

• A splinter in the finger

• A broken pencil

• A ripped page in a book

• A flat tyre on a bike

Should you throw the object away and get a new one or fix it?

What do you do when you have a broken friendship? Should you throw it away and get a new friend or should you fix it? How would you mend a broken friendship?

Rubbing it out is the way we mend a broken friendship. Sometimes it means saying ‘sorry’ and sometimes it means forgiving. Neither are easy things to do. Saying sorry requires us to admit we were wrong and forgiving requires us to ‘rub out’ the wrong that has been done to us. Both are equally important in communicating to the other person that your friendship is worth fixing.

Extra Websites for Online Learning - click on the pictures below to follow the links.

 NRICH - For a Maths' challenge, you can complete some fun puzzles and games.

MyMaths Games - Make sure you open on GoogleChrome and 'enable' AdobeFlash.

BBC Bitesize - Play games, watch videos or take part in activities of interest.

PurpleMash - Try a variety of different activities of interest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keep Fit with Joe Wicks - See other videos for alternative, longer workouts.

Complete PE lessons at home - Short two-minute videos are being posted to show free, fun and easy PE activities for the whole family to enjoy together.

 

 **Previous Weeks' Online Learning

Week 1 

Week 2 

Week 3 

Week 4 

Week 5 

Week 6

Monday 22nd February 

Welcome Back!
Hopefully, you have been able to get some rest, relax and enjoy some family time. To start the half term off we are participating in an exciting virtual lesson from Zoolab. The focus will be on animal food chains as this links to our upcoming science topics.  Please find the link, meeting ID and password in your 'inbox' or in your 'announcements' on Seesaw.
Jaguars: 9 am.
Leopards: 10 am.
Please make sure you 'arrive' promptly. Children do not need any equipment for the session but will have the opportunity to ask questions.
Spellings

Annotate this week's spellings (found under extra information) including sound buttons, syllables, prefixes and suffixes to help you remember the patterns. If you are Mrs Street's or Mrs Chamberlain's spelling group, complete your Read, Cover, Write sheet which was sent home at the end of the half term.

 Maths

Use these slides for your learning this week.

Today you will be learning about  fractions. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

Guided Reading 

Use the extract from the 'Black Beauty' to answer the comprehension questions on Seesaw. 

OR use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once'. This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites.

English

Visit the webcams at San Diego Zoo!

Spend some time enjoying the animals and their habitats – remember that patience is required to spot animals at a zoo!

Jot down what you can see. How could you describe this for visitors?

Geography

In our geography enquiry, we will be investigating the statement ‘Mountains don’t move’.

 Start by completing the ‘Mountains don’t move’ enquiry prediction; give your initial thoughts to the enquiry by deciding if you agree or disagree and giving your reasons why. This should be brief – just take 5 minutes to give your initial thoughts only.

 Then spend 10 minutes completing the ‘Mountains don’t move’ topic concept map, adding as much as you know about the theme of mountains and earthquakes.

We will spend some time focusing on Asia. So, using your atlas, give yourself 10 minutes to annotate the blank Asia map with geographical information such as countries, cities, oceans, biomes, mountain ranges, lakes, compass, lines (e.g. the equator), etc.

Finally, we will focus in on Nepal. Spend 10 minutes adding details to the blank Nepal map. How much geographical information can you add?

To finish, have a look at these to try and get to know what Nepal is like:

  • Kathmandu webcam 

Click Me 

  • Everest drone clip 

EXT: if you want an extra challenge, try this Asia quiz.

Click Me 

French

Today in French, read aloud and recap the following phrases. If you have someone with you, have a conversation with them using your greetings, telling them how old you are and talking about days, months and dates (click here for some examples):

Recap greetings

  • - hello/goodbye Bonjour, au revoir
  • - How are you? /reply Ca va? Ca va bien/ ca va mal/ comme ci comme ca
  • - How old are you? /I am… Quelle age as tu? Jai huit ans

Recap the days of the week and complete the missing boxes

  • - The days of the week Les jours de la semaine
  • - What day is it? Quel jour est-il?
  • - It’s Monday C’est lundi

Recap the months of the year and complete the missing boxes

  • - The months of the year Les mois de l'année
  • - What month is it? Quel mois est-il?
  • - It’s February C'est février
  • - What is the next month? Quel est le mois prochain?
  • - What is today's date? Quelle est la date d'aujourd'hui?

Finally, ahead of next week’s French, watch this clip about gender nouns using indefinite articles un/une and definite articles le/la/l’/les. Then try the quiz at the bottom of the page. If you have someone at home with you, try to explain it to them.

Tuesday 23rd February

Spellings

Complete the activity sheet for this week's spellings (on Seesaw). If you are Mrs Street's or Mrs Chamberlain's spelling group, rainbow write .

Maths

Use the slides from Monday to help you with today's learning: equivalent fractions. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

 Guided Reading 

Continue to use the extract from the 'Black Beauty' to answer the next set of comprehension questions on Seesaw. 

OR Use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once' (below). This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites. 

English

Listen to and enjoy part or all of the Big Blue Whale, by Nicola Davies.

While you are listening, jot down as many facts as you can about blue whales that you learn from the text.

Try and organise these into sections as per the below table.

 

Jot down how non-fiction texts allow us to find out facts? You could explore non-fiction books at home or explore the following National Geographic sights.

Computing

Over the next few weeks you will be working your way through this programme:

There are many different pages on this site (click picture). In the top-right corner of the screen, you will see a progress bar, which shows you how far you have through each section. When the progress bar gets to the end, you have nearly finished. There is also a PIN number under the progress bar. If you have finished your lesson, or you run out of time, you can write the PIN number down to save your place. I would recommend you writing this at the top of your secret code sheet and putting somewhere safe (below).

Each section in 'Welcome to the Web' has a quiz at the end. If you get the entire quiz answers correct, a secret code will be revealed. You will need this code when you try the "The Challenge" and get a personalised certificate at the end. Write these secret codes on this sheet.

Today you will completed section 1 and 2 - the beginning and getting started online.

The Beginning –

  • What the Internet is,
  • How to do lots of different things online,
  • How to stay safe when using the web,
  • and lots of cool Internet tricks!

Getting Started –

  • What is the Internet / World Wide Web?
  • How can we move around the web?
  • How do we get back to the last page?

Remember to write down your pin once you have finished these sections.

 

Music

Texture is all about how many sounds can be heard at the same time

Vocabulary: solo, unison, layers, ensemble

Look through the ‘Texture’ PowerPoint.

Watch this clip (4’29’’) to see how a piece of music can be built up in layers.

Have fun experimenting with adding layers using these games

Rhythm Lab 

Incredibox 

EXT: for more on texture, look at the clips here 

Wednesday 24th February

Spellings

Include this week's spellings in sentences. If you are not sure of the definition, look them up in a dictionary first. You may wish to use the online one below. Click on the image.

Maths

Use the slides from Monday to help you with the rest of your learning this week: equivalent fractions. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

 Guided Reading 

Use the text about digestion to answer the comprehension questions on Seesaw.

OR Use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once'. This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites.

English

Read the sentences below from the Big Blue Whale:

Discuss how the author uses similes to help the reader learn facts about the blue whale in this non-fiction text. How do they help us to make comparisons?

Look at the pictures of the animals on Seesaw. Write a sentence to go with each picture using similes in the way Nicola Davies has in the Big Blue Whale.

RE

Stories about superheroes rescuing people from danger are very popular. Passover is the story of a Jewish hero called Moses, who rescued his people from a life of slavery. Read the story of Moses and have a go a sequencing the events using your memory of the story.

PE

Complete the ‘Cross the River’ PE Home Learning challenge card.

Watch the video if you need some support with knowing what to do.



Thursday 25th February

Spellings

Complete the Grammar Hammer sheet and then self-mark after using these answers. If you are Mrs Street's or Mrs Chamberlain's spelling group, use these handwriting lines to write your spellings using your neatest handwriting.

Maths

Use the slides under Monday to help you with today's learning: fractions greater than one. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

Guided Reading 

Use today's picture on Pobble 365 to complete at least the 'question time'. Challenge yourself to complete one other task.

OR Use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once'. This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites


English

Revisit the webcams from Monday, which show animals at San Diego Zoo. (warning: just like any zoo, spotting the animals can prove tough!)

Make notes about them focusing on areas such as:

  • Habitat
  • Appearance
  • The way they move
  • Visitor appeal

 Have fun and don’t fall into the cages!

Science

Use the PowerPoint to learn about the ways animals are grouped.

Cut out the animal cards and have a go at grouping them using the different sorting diagrams.  There are three levels, so choose the one that suits you best.  If you want to have a go at them all, take a photo each time and don’t stick them down. You DO NOT have to use EVERY animal, pick a selection.

Finally, there is the ultimate sorting challenge to try.


Art

Take a look at the abstract work by the contemporary British painter, Fiona Rae. You will see how the artist organises her studio space and what Fiona hopes people will see and enjoy in their paintings.

Watch the clip by scanning or clicking QR code; 

Answer these questions once you have watched it.

Key questions

  • What does Fiona’s studio look like?
  • How does she organise her paints?
  • What type of paint does Fiona use?
  • What’s her toy dinosaur called?
  • What does she think people might like in her paintings?
  • What do you like about her paintings?

Look at her work from 1991

  • What shapes do you see?
  • Do you see shapes that look like real things, do you see abstract shapes?
  • What colours do you see?
  • If this painting could make sounds, what would they be like?
  • What adjectives would you use to describe this painting?
  • How does this painting make you feel?
  • If anything on this painting could move, where would it go? How would it move?
  • If you could take the painting home, where would you put it in your house? Why?
  • What would you name the painting?

Have a go a recreating the image, picking out the main geometric shapes and making sure that it still matches what you said n your answers earlier. You could any equipment from coloured pencils, paint or crayons to create this work.

 Friday 26th February

Spellings

Spelling test. We would love to celebrate your scores on Seesaw.

Maths

Use the slides under Maths on Wednesday  to help you with today's learning: fractions greater than one. Complete at least one sheet. Like you would at school, choose either one star, two star or three star sheet based on your confidence. Challenge yourself by trying to complete the reasoning that is at the very end of the document. Check your answers using the sheets.

If you still require further guidance, click the button below to watch video explanations (specific one linked on Seesaw).

 Guided Reading 

Find a quiet place to read at least a chapter of the book you are currently reading. To help your understanding of the book as you read, it is recommended you answer these questions below. It would be brilliant if you could even create your own book review and post any recommendations on Seesaw. 

Challenge yourself to finish off Miss Swainson's Reading Bingo, if you have not already. 

OR Use your personal logon to ReadTheory and accurately complete quizzes for at least 30 minutes. Alternatively, Oxford OWL offer free online e-books (spot books), which can be enjoyed at home and have some comprehension questions to work through as well.

Please listen along to Cressida Cowell reading 'The Wizards of Once'. This is an exciting high-adventure series - set in an ancient, magical time, full of Wizards, Warriors, Giants and Sprites.

PE

I’m a celebrity get me out here: fitness challenge. Follow the PowerPoint below. For every 20 seconds you do an activity you will earn yourself a star to take back to your fitness camp. If you stop make note of your starts and wait until the next exercise.

After each exercise make a note of how many stars you achieved so you can add them up at the end and let your teacher know how you got on. After each exercise you can have a 30 second break.

HeartSmart

Don’t Rub It In, Rub It Out.

Forgiveness and why it is important. Please watch the video that can be found on Seesaw.

Can you explain the impact of forgiveness on Boris’ heart? How do you describe forgiveness?

  • What was happening to Boris’ heart when he was thinking about blowing the Scrapyard up? (It turned black)
  • Why was his heart turning black? (He was choosing to hold onto the bad feelings - the hurt and anger)
  • What happened to Boris’ heart when he started to forgive the Scrapman? (It started to clear)
  • Why did this happen?

What does the word ‘forgiveness’ mean to you?

Being HeartSmart means learning how to let the bad feelings out of our hearts so we can feel happy again.