Monday 1st June 2020
Good morning Year 4, welcome to the second half of the summer term.
We hope you all had a lovely half term break and enjoyed the marvellous weather that we had.
We wish you a happy fun day of learning. Please email us work that you complete. Our email addresses are below.
If you have any questions, please email us as we will be accessing our emails throughout the school day:
See below for the tasks we would like your child to complete today:
Complete the challenge below.
Home Learning for Monday 1st June 2020:
Complete Lesson – Add 2 or more fractions
You will see that there is a short video that you can watch with your child
Please email the completed work to your child’s teacher.
Please continue to practise your times tables with the 2do set on Purple Mash.
Adverbs and adverbial phrases
Watch the clips to learn about adverbs and adverbial phrases.
Complete activity 1 online.
Highlight all the adverbs that are used in the sentences.
Remember: Adverbs describe a verb. If you find the verb, it’s easier to find the adverb.
Task three: Complete the Magic Adverbs worksheet below
Remember to email your completed work to your class teacher
Read Chapter 1
A sheep dip to India – the story has been set on Purple Mash for the week.
Task: Complete the online multiple – choice activity set as a 2DO.
Remember to read your own book everyday.
These are your spelling words to learn this week:
particular, ordinary, medicine, notice, often, occasion, occasionally, learn, island, history
NB: On Friday, test your child on how they have done with learning to spell these words.
Task: Complete the worksheet below
A food chain shows how plants and animals get their energy.
Task One: Watch the video below
Task Two: Complete the online activity- Put the food chain in the right order
A predator is an animal that eats other animals. The animals that predators eat are called prey. Predators are found at the top of a food chain.
Complete the ‘What is a food chain quiz’ below.
Have a fun day of learning
Mrs Banton and Miss Daglish