Click the link below and let the story unfold as you take a  walk with your family and friends. There are lots of activities to join in with and trails to follow this is a fun way to engage with stories while on the move.

https://www.bluebermondsey.co.uk/childrens-story-walks/ 

 

Click the link below and read the extract.

Can you predict what might happen next? Can you write the next chapter?

Primary-Extract-Aliens-Invaded-My-Talent-Show

 

The second part of music reading is the music alphabet, which you can learn by watching this animated video

 

Learn to read rhythm with this lesson by Sing Education

 

 

The Alan is an African music teacher, who was a brilliant Youtube channel where he teaches about African music history and culture, instruments and rhythms.

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiq6e8wQG_Qhcm4R_sRQlhA

 

 

 

 

You may know him for his famous tune “Don’t worry, be happy”. In this short but very interesting clip, he uses the audience (and you can join with the sining!) for a powerful demonstration of the pentatonic (a music scale with 5 notes per octave).

 

 

Musical research and activities.

SLP2- Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Follow the link below to access lessons across the curriculum by BBC Bitesize.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn

 

Use the link below to look at a suggested timetable for the day, don’t forget to log on to Google Classroom for a live lesson with your teachers.

Year 4 Weekly Timetable