Year 4 Home Learning 6.7.20

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.

This week we will be completing White Rose Maths, Summer Term, Week 11 w/c 6.7.20.
 
The sessions this week are as follows:
 
Monday - Identify Angles
Tuesday - Compare and Order Angles
Wednesday -Triangles
Thursday - Quadrilaterals 
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 
 
Monday - Addition 
 
1. 400 + 251 =  1. 2,739 + 2,429 = 
2. 301 + 375 =  2. 4,932 + 1,539 = 
3. 700 + 113 =  3.2,764 + 6,885 = 
4. 443 + 131 =  4. 3,679 + 3,478 = 
5. 461 + 213 =  5. 4,976 + 1,002 = 
6. 710 + 371 =  6. 1,235 + 6,041 = 
7. 461 + 129 =  7. 4,677 + 3,565 = 
8. 577 + 400 =  8. 2,317 + 5,910 = 
9. 312 + 208 =  9. 6,573 + 1,892 = 
10. 332 + 452 =  10. 3,486 + 5,916 = 
 
Tuesday - Subtraction 
 
1. 558 - 427 =  1. 6,22 - 2,640 = 
2. 857 - 489 =  2. 9,438 - 5,405 = 
3. 820 - 244 =  3. 564 - 194 = 
4. 436 - 115 =  4. 7,460 - 3,005 = 
5. 626 - 215 =  5. 9,959 - 861 = 
6. 984 - 625 =  6. 8,526 - 6,262 = 
7. 954 - 492 =  7. 7,932 - 6,735 =
8. 613 - 307 =  8. 2,294 - 259 = 
9. 283 - 47 =  9. 9,632 - 8,025 = 
10. 896 - 362 =  10. 5,288 - 4,033 = 
 
Wednesday - Multiplication 
 
1. 37 x 2 =  1. 519 x 5 = 
2. 14 x 6 =  2. 905 x 6 = 
3. 17 x 3 =  3. 200 x 5 = 
4. 13 x 5 =  4. 715 x 8 = 
5. 25 x 2 =  5. 12 x 5 = 
6. 14 x 4 =  6. 876 x 4 = 
7. 28 x 3 =  7. 111 x 5 = 
8. 17 x 5 =  8. 166 x 7 = 
9. 11 x 9 =  9. 553 x 4 = 
10. 38 x 2 =  10. 98 x 5 = 
 
Thursday - Division 
Spicy - remainders
1. 16 divided by 8 =  1. 222 divided by 5 = 
2. 27 divided by 3 =  2. 108 divided by 8 = 
3. 49 divided by 7 =  3. 69 divided by 6 = 
4. 42 divided by 6 =  4. 191 divided by 5 = 
5. 50 divided by 10 =  5. 117 divided by 5 = 
6. 12 divided by 4 =  6. 148 divided by 8 = 
7. 44 divided by 4 =  7. 73 divided by 5 = 
8. 36 divided by 6 =  8. 177 divided by 6 = 
9. 64 divided by 8 =  9. 116 divided by 5 = 
10. 24 divided by 3 =  10. 221 divided by 5 = 
 
Friday - Fractions of amounts 
Tip - Divide by the denominator (bottom number) times by the numerator (top number)
1. 6/8 of 56 =  1. 2/6 of 126 = 
2. 2/9 of 27 =  2. 3/7 of 147 = 
3. 3/4 of 12 =  3. 6/8 of 816 = 
4. 7/10 of 10 =  4. 1/4 of 844 = 
5. 4/5 of 80 =  5. 3/5 of 555 = 
6. 8/9 of 90=  6. 2/3 of 639 = 
7. 1/2 of 36 =  7. 7/10 of 700 = 
8. 3/6 of 24 =  8. 3/4 of 120 = 
9. 1/4 of 12 =  9. 3/4 of 120 = 
10. 6/7 of 14 =  10. 6/8 of 560 = 
English 
 
 
Monday 
Use the links and definitions below to identify the different word classes
 
The first link is just nouns and verbs. The second sheet has 3 levels of challenge so choose the one you feel confident with. 
Tuesday 
Today we are looking at conjunctions. Watch the videos for the two types we have learnt about previously in school and have a go at one of the sheets choosing one that challenges you.
After that, write some sentences of your own using the conjunction examples on the sheet. 
 
For a challenge, use more than one conjunction in a sentence and use , for parenthesis where suitable. 
Wednesday 
 
Today you can practise edit and improving writing with a focus on spellings.
Correct the spellings on 2 or 3 of the sheets.
If you are unsure on a spelling, use a dictionary to help you. 
 
For words you are unsure on, practise these afterwards then apply them into sentences. 
Thursday 
 
Today we thinking about verb inflictions. 
 
This relates to whether a noun is plural or not. 
 
The boy was happy.
boy is singular so we use the verb was which is singular 
 
The boys were happy. 
There are more than one boy so we use the plural verb were
 
Have a go at the sheet then write some sentence of your own using: was, were, is, are 
Friday 
Today we would like you to practise using direct speech to show what somebody has said.
 
Go to the link then have a go at some of the sheets on the PDF.
Reading
 
As we have finished The Switcher, you can choose a new book on Serial Mash to work through.
 
As an alternative, we have attached some reading comprehensions for you to download. 
These are differentiated by ability.
* mild challenge 
** medium challenge 
*** hot challenge 
 
For additional challenges in reading you can
1) try to summarise the whole text/chapter of what you have read in a small amount of words such as 15
2) Try to find links to other books and make comparison. 
e.g  This books is about a hero going on a journey. This is the same as Arthur and the Golden rope. 
3) You can write reading questions for friend/family member or teacher to have a go at. By doing this it demonstrates a strong understanding of the text as well as the different style of reading questions such as retrieval, inference and vocabulary.
 
E.g  What word is closest in meaning to marvelous
happy          good         interesting      brilliant