Booklet for Roman homework ideas (learning log inspired.
Roman life and culture. Who were the Romans? The ancient Romans lived in a city called Rome. Rome still exists today, and it is the capital of Italy. The Romans and their culture had a big impact on how we live our lives today, and gave us things like ways to get clean water, ways to build roads and even the basis of our language. Britain was part of the Roman Empire for amost 400 years, so a.
Welcome to Year 4! This half term we will be exploring 'Crime and Punishment ' through the ages. As a link to this topic, Year 4 will be going on an exciting trip to the Tower of London, one of Britain's most famous fortress and prison. It will be a very early start but the children are very excited about it so please ensure you have handed in.
This Roman Life KS2 History lesson gives your Year 3 or Year 4 class the chance to explore what daily life was like for people living in ancient Rome. Your class will find out how advances in technology made life easier for the ordinary people of Rome, how people took care of their daily hygiene, what life was like for children (and which children went to school), what people ate, what kind of.
Guardian Angels Roman Catholic Primary School, Bury. Homework. Spelling Shed homework will be set on a Wednesday and children have a week to complete the given task. Maths Shed homework will be set on a Friday and children have a week to complete the given task. Homework Club will be available for children unable to complete their homework at home.
Romans Homework. Home; Children; Class Pages; Class Pages Archive: 2017-2018; Year 3; SPRING; Romans Homework. Every child has been issued with their topic homework grid for this term. It is absolutely wonderful to see all the pieces of homework returned weekly, but please ensure that all reading, spellings and maths homework is done as a priority. Many thanks for your support. Y3 Roman.
Year 4 Topic Homework. This term our topics are the Roman Empire and the Anglo-Saxons. In Science we are learning about electricity and teeth and digestion. In English we are studying myths and legends and writing diaries. Below are some ideas for activities you could do but we welcome creativity and are happy for you to come up with your own ideas based on our current topics. Keep a diary.
Year 4 Roman Day; Year 5 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Day; Year 3 Trip to the National Portrait Gallery; Year 6 Herts Young Mariners Trip; Year 1 Trip to Edmonton Fire Station; Year 2 Trip to the Museum of London; Year 6 Victorian Day; Gallery Archive: 2014 - 2015. Saturday School Fun Day and BBQ; Gifted and Talented trip to the Bank of England; Year 1 Trip to Whipsnade Zoo; Saturday.