## Year 4 Home Learning 29.6.20

Hello again to all our Year 4 children, parents and carers!

We hope that you enjoyed the beautiful weather last week and are all keeping safe.

Please find below this week's home learning tasks for you to download and complete. In addition to the work set, we do expect that the children will read everyday and practice their times tables as much as possible on TT Rockstars.

If you are having any issues accessing the work online, please contact the school office to photocopy you an alternative work pack that does not require internet access.

As always, if you would like to ask a question or discuss any of the tasks that have been set, please contact either of us on E-schools or through email to the school office and we we will contact you as soon as possible.  The children also have their own sign in details for E-schools and are able to contact us themselves should they wish to.

The below PDF is a resource you may find helpful to support home learning.

Take care everyone. Don’t forget to send us your photos!

Miss Philip and Mr Hodges.

You can choose a book of your choice on Serial Mash to work through.

These are differentiated by ability.
*mild challenge
**medium challenge
***hot challenge
This week we will be completing White Rose Maths, Summer Term, Week 10 w/c 29.6.20.

The sessions this week are as follows:

Monday - Interpret Charts
Tuesday - Comparison, Sum and Difference
Wednesday - Introduction to Line graphs
Thursday - Line graphs
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.

If you would like some simpler maths sheets to support basic addition and subtraction (Yr2/3 level), please contact Miss Philip or Mr Hodges and they will arrange a copy for you to collect.

Arithmetic
Mild Challenge  Spicy Challenge

 1. 306 + 300 = 1. 6,623 + 304 = 2. 600 + 183 = 2. 3,347 + 4,919 = 3. 110 + 400 = 3. 1,727 + 3,711 = 4. 600 + 87 = 4. 3,549 + 696 = 5. 200 + 376 = 5. 6,337 + 3,259 = 6. 566 + 300 = 6. 7,919 + 1,630 = 7. 400 + 251 = 7. 3,250 + 3,159 = 8. 113 + 421 = 8. 4,574 + 4,755 = 9. 461 + 710 = 9. 5,282 + 1,991 = 10. 306 + 87 = 10. 3,768 + 2,241 =

Tuesday - Subtraction
 1. 349 - 173 = 1. 8,844 - 303 = 2. 956 - 387 = 2. 8,461 - 7,368 = 3. 254 - 177 = 3. 7,485 - 874 = 4. 226 - 113 = 4. 8,549 - 3,122 = 5. 849 - 387 = 5. 9,462 - 8,841 = 6. 304 - 102 = 6. 913 - 154 = 7. 892 - 238 = 7. 6,404 - 4,192 = 8. 884 - 211 = 8. 2,286 - 1,094 = 9. 634 - 252 = 9. 9,537 - 4,672 = 10. 986 - 448 = 10. 4,557 - 1,803 =

Wednesday - Multiplication

 1. 22 x 2 = 1. 359 x 3 = 2. 12 x 7 = 2. 973 x 3 = 3. 28 x 2 = 3. 548 x 9 = 4. 46 x 4 = 4. 325 x 7 = 5. 39 x 3 = 5. 88 x 4 = 6. 12 x 8 = 6. 743 x 8 = 7. 26 x 3 = 7. 509 x 8 = 8. 23 x 4 = 8. 547 x 7 = 9. 21 x 3 = 9. 742 x 4 = 10. 37 x 2 = 10. 854 x 3 =

Thursday - Division

 1. 12 divided by 2 = 1.315 divided by 5 = 2. 100 divided by 10 = 2. 288 divided by 3 = 3 48 divided by 8 = 3. 684 divided by 2 = 4. 81 divided by 9 = 4. 528 divided by 4 = 5. 60 divided by 12 = 5. 717 divided by 3 = 6. 40 divided by 4 = 6. 472 divided by 4 = 7. 55 divided by 5 = 7. 968 divided by 8 = 8. 18 divided by 2 = 8. 904 divided by 2 = 9. 16 divided by 4 = 9. 765 divided by 5 = 10. 4 divided by 1 = 10. 895 divided by 5 =

Friday - Rounding
Mild - Round to the nearest 10 Spicy - Round to the nearest 100

 1. 46 1. 768 2. 22 2. 222 3. 94 3. 542 4. 56 4. 411 5. 19 5. 371 6. 54 6. 429 7. 411 7. 235 8. 235 8. 2135 9. 429 9. 1065 10. 363 10. 5201

English

This week we will look at:
Apostrophe for contraction
ing, ed suffixes
Expanded noun phrases
apostrophe for possession

For a challenge, try to use commas for parenthesis in your writing as well as combining the above features into a paragraph of writing.
Alternatively, write "How to" guides for using each feature. Imagine the reader knows nothing about them and use your understanding to teach them how to use them in their own writing.
Monday
Complete the below sheet then use the contracted words in your own writing.
Challenge 1 - write a paragraph with misused apostrophes for a somebody else (can send it to your teacher) to correct.
Challenge 2 - How many different examples of apostrophe for contraction can you use in 30 words? Your sentences have to make sense.
Challenge 3 - write your own rap or song explaining how to use apostrophes
Tuesday
Have a go at these adverb sheets. On the first one, pick a level that suits you.
Wednesday

Change the following verbs into the past and present tense by adding the ed and ing suffixes.

Then choose 5 of each to write into a sentence or short piece of writing.

1) hop
2) help
3) walk
4) pounce
5) Cry
6) whinge
7) scream
8) learn
9) stop
10) sit

Think carefully about each word as some of them may be irregular and not follow the rule.

challenge - Find a book and find 5 more examples for both suffixes.
Challenge 2 - write a short piece of writing that uses the both past tense and present tense. Think carefully about how you can do this while ensuring it still makes sense.
Thursday

Expanded noun phrases add detail to the noun. They do no make sense on their own as they will not have a verb in.
e.g  The happy boy with a cheesy smile.

For it to make sense in a sentence, it needs a verb/action in.
The happy boy with a cheesy smile ran down the street.

Complete the 2 star or 3 star task on the sheet then find a picture you find interesting. This could be a piece of art or an image from Pobble.
Write 6 different expanded noun phrases for the image.

While "The happy boy" is a noun phrase.
We aim in Year 4 to add more detail than that using with/ that for extra information
e.g  The happy boy with a cheesy smile.
The happy boy that was running.

We can add even more detail by adding a prepositional phrase to say where the noun is.

E.g   The happy boy with a cheesy smile on his face.
The upset child with a scratch above her knee

Challenge - can you use a preposition as well as with/ that in your own writing?
Friday
Have a go at the both sheets. One is for singular possession (noun is only one) and the other plural (more than one of the noun)