Year 4 Home Learning – 15/1/21

Good morning everyone,

It was so lovely to see all the fantastic work you have been doing at home! Please continue sending it in as I love to see it.

Please continue to keep in touch with me via my email below. Send through any work that your child has completed as well as any questions or support you may need. I will have access to my emails throughout the typical school day.

Bethany.daglish@parkside.herts.sch.uk

 

Also, remember to keep yourself active throughout the day and take some well-deserved brain breaks!

 

See below for the tasks I would like your child to complete today:

 

Home Learning for Friday 15th January 2021:

PE:

Joe Wicks is back this lockdown with his morning workouts!

These will be happening on his YouTube channel on a Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning at 9am! It is a great way to start your day so have a go and get energised!

Follow this link to Joe Wicks’ channel to find his morning workouts – The Body Coach TV – YouTube

 

Maths:

Complete LESSON FIVE – DIVIDE 2-DIGIT BY 1-DIGIT on White Rose (Week 2) – Spr4.2.4 – Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2) on Vimeo

You will see that there is a short video that you can watch with your child and an activity to download and complete (I will also attach a downloaded version below with answers):

Divide 2-digits by 1-digit Worksheet

Divide 2-digits by 1-digit Answers

 

Extra: practice your times-tables speed with the 2do set on Purple Mash.

 

English:

This will be our nineth lesson on Journey by Aaron Becker.

Task One – go through the PowerPoint attached below (all instructions are written clearly and there may be a voice recording to explain tasks in further detail). Read all slides carefully and write out answers to questions if they come up on the slides. You could discuss the slides and lesson with an adult at home.

Journey Lesson 9

Task Two – list adjectives that you could use to describe the picture on the PowerPoint.

Task Three – write sentences to describe the picture on the PowerPoint. Make sure that you include expanded noun phrases in your sentences. There are a few examples to help you get started. Remember to look out for any recordings.

Sentence Starters

Word Mat

Adjectives Word Mat

 

Reading:

Reread the chapter that has been set on Purple Mash (The Knockers – Chapter 2 OR Magic in the Moonlight – Chapter 1).

The Knockers – complete task that is set on Purple Mash (describe some tempting pasties that could be sold in Gran’s shop).

Magic in the Moonlight – complete the two tasks that are set on Purple Mash (Stars of the Stage and Jigsaw).

 

Remember to read your own book everyday (reading helps us develop fantastic language for our own writing!)

 

Spelling:

Here are the two spelling lists for this week (make sure you continue to learn the spellings of ONE list):

List One:

Ask

Once

One

Some

Come

Love

Where

There

List Two:

Medicine

Guard

Earth

Business

Separate

Position

Material

Group

 

NB: on Friday, your child will be tested on their spelling through a test set up on Purple Mash.

 

Task One – have one last practice of your spelling words!

Task Two – complete the spelling test that has been set on Purple Mash (make sure that you choose the correct test for the list that you have been learning).

 

Geography:

This is the sixth and final lesson of our Geography Unit: Rivers.

Go through the PDF that is attached below (this is the SMART that we would have gone through in class):

Geography Lesson 6

Any questions that you come across you could write down some answers or discuss them with someone at home. Make sure that you continue to read over the Knowledge Organiser every lesson as this will help you when it comes to completing the assessment at the end of the week).

Task One – go through the first three slides on the PDF and ensure you are confident with the material. Complete the Geography Quiz that has been set on Purple Mash.

Task Two – Choose TWO of the rivers we have looked at over the last two weeks.

With the knowledge you have gained over the term, write TWO paragraphs that compare the rivers.

  • Paragraph One – what is the same between the rivers? Are they on the same contenint? Do they both run into seas?
  • Paragraph Two – what is different between the rivers? Do they have different lengths? Do they run through different countries?

You MUST write in full sentences.

Each paragraph should have 5-6 sentences.

 

 

I hope you have a wonderful day and are keeping safe.

Miss Daglish

Bethany.daglish@parkside.herts.sch.uk