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Fractions of Numbers 25.03.20

In the post below, I mentioned a video and worksheets for maths. Here is your work for today. Copy the question into your purple books and work out the answers. Don’t forget to use your square guide.

Pink paper people- you don’t need to copy the full question, just the fraction and the number you are working out.

Please answer the following questions in your purple book, using your square guide.

You can choose which challenge you’d like to answer from the following:

Pink paper people, you have these questions instead of the big maths ones:

Wednesday 25.03.20

Hello Year 4
Here are your tasks to complete at home.

Joe Wicks is back everyday at 9:00am. Have fun!

Read for at least 15 minutes and write a summary in your reading record.

Spelling and Handwriting

I would like you to ask an adult or sibling at home to test you on your spelling words in your purple book.
You can share your score on here if you would like me to know. You will get your new spellings on Thursday.
For handwriting practice, choose the last 5 of your words and write them up in a sentence. Remember to use your line guide.
Well done to Lily, for your 100% accuracy in the spelling Sumdog challenge.

Many of you should have researched your facts on Francis Drake. Don’t worry if you haven’t, you can magpie some of my facts.

Could you write a fact file on Francis Drake in your purple books. I have given you some sub-headings to use. You can create your own if you want to. I have made notes which you can use, these need to be made into full sentences and you might have some facts to add. Don’t forget to use a line guide.

Well done to Libby, Aaron and Oliver for having 100% accuracy on your multiplication challenge!
Well done to everyone who has done their CLIC and SAFE challenges. If you have Learn Its left to do, could you complete these.
There will be another multiplication challenge on Sumdog. This one is a competition, so good luck!

In a separate post, you will have a video reminding you how to find fractions of numbers. I will also post some questions for you to answer in your purple books. Remember to use your square guide. Mrs Smith’s maths group- you can attempt some of the questions if you would like. You will also have a challenge on Sumdog.

See what you can recall about Anglo Saxons from this term. You have your knowledge organisers and you can do extra research if you need to. Don’t worry if this takes you longer than today!
Use your line guides in your purple books.

1. Who were the Saxons?
2. Where did they come from?
3. How did they travel to Britain?
4. Name 3 Saxon Gods
5. What did they call Monday?
6. What were the Anglo Saxon letters of the alphabet called?
7. Name 2 important things the Saxons would need access to in order to build their village?
8. What was the name of the monk who brought Christianity to Britain?

If you are worried about any of this, please reply to this post. I will reply as soon as I can.
Hope you are all well.

Tuesday 24.03.20

Hello Year 4
Here are your tasks to complete at home.

  • P.E- Joe Wicks is back everyday at 9:00am. Have fun!
  • Reading- Read for 15 minutes and write a summary of what you have read.
  • Spelling and Handwriting I would like you to keep practicing last weeks words in your target books. Choose 5 of your words and write them up in a sentence.  Remember to use your line guide.  You also have a challenge on Sumdog with some year 3/4 words.
  • English- Research Francis Drake and write 6 interesting facts about him.

Try and include when/where he was born, when he first sailed and why he was knighted.
Here’s a video to start off your research – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgXd06kKFIQ&feature=youtu.be
Here’s an information page that will help- https://www.ducksters.com/biography/explorers/sir_francis_drake.php

  • Maths- it has been great to see how many of you are taking part with the sumdog maths challenges. Nathan, Joshua and Marley have the top accuracy marks so far. Well done boys! There will be another daily multiplication challenge. Well done to Aaron, Leo and Aiden for their results so far!
  • Complete your CLICs and SAFEs on the Big Maths website. Good luck to you all!
  • Science – So far, we have looked at the seven life processes. Does anyone remember what these are? (MRS NERG)
    If you were in the lesson this week, you have already completed a habitat hunt.
    If you have the opportunity (or big enough garden), you can complete the following minibeast hunt and leaf hunt. Draw a table in your purple book and write the amount you find.
  • Minibeast hunt – https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/media/48349/minibeast-hunt.pdf
  • Leaf hunt- https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/media/48345/leaf-id-sheet.pdf

If you are worried about any of this, please reply to this post. I will reply as soon as I can.
Hope you are all well.

Monday 23.03.20

Hello Year 4, here are your tasks to complete at home.

  • P.E- Joe wicks is doing P.E lessons at 9:00 a.m
  • https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/featured
  • Reading- Read for 15 minutes and write a brief summary of what you have read in your reading record. (I know some of you are nearly at the end of your reading record, so if this is the case, you can write it in your purple book.)
  • Spelling –I would like you to practice your weekly spelling words. For those of you who weren’t at school, the words are:  Madly, shortly, wisely, hugely, historically, typically, remarkably, comfortably, steadily, easily.
  • You can practice these however you would like- pyramids, hangman, some of you have the sheet to fill in etc.  You will be tested on the year 3/4 spelling words when we get back to school so make sure you learn them well.
  • Writing- Over the last six weeks, we have been reading the first two chapters of ‘Stowaway’ by Julia Jarman.
  • Could you write a brief summary (8- 10 lines) on what we have read so far. This needs to be done in your purple book with your line guide.
  • Here is the first chapter, if you are struggling to recall the story (gaps are where pictures are missing). – https://tinyurl.com/rsx65ee
  • Maths- My group have a coordinates sumdog challenge and Mrs Smith’s group have a coin challenge.  I am also going to be setting daily multiplication challenges so please ensure that these are completed too.

If you are worried about any of this, please reply to this post. I will reply as soon as I can. Keep yourselves safe and keep me updated with what you’ll be doing

A new way of learning

Hello Year 4 and welcome to your virtual classroom.

Over the next few weeks, I will post on here with tasks and activities that you can complete at home in your purple workbook. Please check the blog every morning for the day’s tasks. Some of the activities I would like you to complete are:

Reading for at least 15 minutes per day. You can read anything you would like. I would like to find out about what you’ve been reading and you can fill that in in your purple book or reading record.

Weekly spellings- you can still use your target book to complete these. You can use these words as part of your handwriting practice.

Maths activity will either be on ‘Sumdog’ https://pages.sumdog.com/ (you will need to use your login details to access these that are stuck in the front of your purple book) or for you to complete using your square guide in your purple books.

Reading and writing activities will either be on ‘Sumdog’ or I will be asking you to complete something from the blog in your purple books.

CLIC/SAFE/Learn It challenges- I will tell you when I would like these challenges doing online. You should know your login, but I will post this when it is time to complete your first challenge.

I will begin setting work for you to complete on Monday so please check back then for another update.
You can use the blog at any time and I will check it regularly to answer any questions. Please use the blog to let me know how you all are.
Stay safe and I look forward to hearing from you.

Miss Ward 😊

British Science Week

This week is British Science Week.
Can you explain what you did in the science lesson this week? What new vocabulary did you learn?

Year 4 have been working very hard on their Easter play and are more than ready for their show next week.

We are learning our 7 x table this week.
Our Learn Its are:
7 x 2 = 14
7 x 3 = 21
7 x 4 = 28

Homework projects

Welcome back! I hope you had a lovely half term.

This weeks Learn Its are
9 x 5 = 45
9 x 6 = 54
9 x 7 = 63
You are all doing very well on the multiplication check. Keep it up!

Just before we broke up, we learnt some English counties, how many can you name?

What have you done so far for your homework projects? What else are you planning to do?