Hello again to all our Year 4 children, parents and carers!
We hope you are taking care and enjoyed 'half term' as much as possible in the circumstances.
From now on, to keep finding links simple, each week we will add a new page with the work focused for the week on whilst leaving the original home learning page still online for additional tasks to complete and keep busy with if you choose to.
It has been great to see some of the things our Year 4 children have been up to whilst learning from home. The pictures we have received have been uploaded on the 4H and 4P class pages. Please do keep sending in what you are all up to as I am sure your friends are as interested as we are!
As always, if you would like to ask us a question or chat about any tasks that have been set, please message us via the e-schools website and we will get back to you as soon as we can. The children also have their own account on this and are welcome to ask questions or simply let us know what they are up to and how they are getting on.
Below, we have outlined the tasks we have set for this week. More detailed information can be found further down this page. It is important to note that in addition to these tasks, we do expect that all children read every day, practice TT Rockstars as often as possible and most importantly, have some fun! We recognise that most of these tasks involve the use of technology. This is because in regards to Purple Mash and TT Rockstars, we can track the work that children have completed. In addition to this, we have tried to set children exciting tasks such as El Dorado and to cover a range of curriculum areas. If this is causing an issue, please get in touch.
An alternative pack which does not require the internet is available in the office. To get one, please email them so they can get it copied for you.
Take care everyone. Don’t forget to send us your photos!
Miss Philip and Mr Hodges.
Week commencing 15.6.20
This week we will be completing White Rose Maths, Summer Term, Week 6 w/c 1.6.20.
The sessions this week are as follows:
Monday - Add two or more fractions
Tuesday - Subtract two fractions
Wednesday - Fractions of a quantity
Thursday - Calculate quantities
Friday - Maths challenge
Below is a PDF with links to the daily videos.
Below this PDF, are the daily worksheets to be completed alongside each video.
The worksheets are no longer available on the White Rose Maths Home Learning page. As a school, we have purchased the Premium resources to continue to support our children's home learning which are attached below.
If you are struggling to open these documents, follow this link for the videos:
and email either Miss Philip or Mr Hodges and we shall email you a copy of the worksheets.
As we have finished The Switcher, you can choose a new book on Serial Mash to work through.
We would also like you to choose another spelling rule from the list and practice this week.
The list of spelling rules is attached as a PDF below.
There are lots of different ways you can practice your spellings.
For example: Rainbow words, fancy writing, pyramid words, writing words out three times, air writing, bubble writing, silly sentences and many more!
If you are feeling confident with all the spelling rules, have a look at the statutory spellings and test yourself to see which of them you need to practise.
1) 6598 + 1000
2) 8006 less 1000
3) 954 x 3
4) 87 ÷ 3
5) 854 x 6
6) 763 ÷ 7
7) 82 x 10
8) 64 x 100
9) 95 ÷ 10
10) 3600 ÷ 100
Round these numbers to the nearest 10
1) 54 2)437 3)895 4) 4876 5) 3642
Round these numbers to the nearest 100
6) 108 7)276 8)190 9) 1497 10) 4348
Round these numbers to the nearest 1000
11) 3654 12) 7451 13) 8995 14) 3612 15) 9099
1) 4 x 5 x 6
2) 8 x 3 x 4
3) 879 x 6
4) 457 ÷ 3
5) Write the factor pairs for 36
6) Write the factor pairs for 72
7) Complete the sequence 25 50 75 _____ 125 150 _____ ______
8) Complete the sequence 70 ____ 110 130 ____ 170
9) 987 x 10
10) 1780 ÷ 10
11) 786 ÷ 10
12) 987 ÷ 100
Thursday (/ is to show a fraction) Draw bars and colour to help with working out.
1) 3/7 + 2/7
2) 11/20 + 3/20
3) 9/20 - 4/20
4) 1- 5/8
5) 3 3/4 - 6/4
6) 2/9 + 4/9 + 3/9
7) Find 1/4 of 36
8) Find 3/4 of 36
9) Find 2/5 of 55
10) Find 4/6 of 72
1) 5642 + 879
2) 7491 -1465
3) 365 x 8
4) 570 ÷ 3
5) 874 ÷ 3
6) Find 1/6 of 48
7) 7/25 + 13/25
8) 4 - 3/6
9) 89/100 - 3/10
10) 4/10 + 22/100
This week we want you to identify the different types of teeth in humans and their simple functions.
Use the link below to research then you can draw/make a poster about the different teeth and their uses.
Geography / Science
To recap our previous learning about the water cycle and changing states in science, we would like you to produce a diagram that shows how the water cycle works. Use the link and diagram below as a starting point.
You may want to research the key words on the diagram below.