Good morning everyone,
We are so impressed with the amount of work and commitment you have towards your learning in these difficult times. Keep up the fantastic work and make sure you are all looking after yourselves and loved ones.
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:
Home Learning for Wednesday 22nd April 2020:
Complete Lesson Three – Compare Decimals on White Rose (Summer Term – Week One) – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/
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). You will also see that there are answers attached if you would like to assess your child’s understanding.
Please email the completed work to your child’s teacher.
Try this online game to practice comparing decimals:
You could also have a go at this times-tables game:
Practice your times-tables speed with the 2do set on Purple Mash.
Use the writing prompt to write a narrative story.
The prompt has questions to help you with your planning. Use the story map planning sheet to plan your story before you write it and the checklist to help you include everything a story needs to have.
Email your planning and narrative story to your teacher.
Read Chapter 3 of Animal Boy is still available to read on Purple Mash. It is important that you read the story again before you complete the SPAG task below:
Remember to read your own book everyday (reading helps us develop fantastic language for our own writing!)
These are going to be your spelling words to learn this week:
Interact, interfere, intercity, international, intermediate, internet, intergalactic, interrupt, intervene, interlude.
NB: on Friday, test your child on how they have done with learning to spell these words.
Task One – complete the handwriting task that is attached below (it is important that we are still working on our handwriting and using joined writing in our work).
NB: if you can’t print the work out then complete your handwriting practice in a book of your choice.
Task Two – use your spelling words in sentences (there are 10 words so you will need to write 10 sentences).
We are going to learn more about different viewpoints. This learning may focus on physical viewpoints in terms of what you can see outside of the window at home, what others can see looking into your home and then progress onto personal viewpoints and of others.
Choose ONE or TWO of the tasks below to complete:
- Draw a picture of yourself and label your drawing with the qualities you have.
- How do others see you differently? Ask people at home to add to your qualities.
- How are you different to other children in different parts of the world?
- What makes you like other children around the world?
- Complete an observational drawing of what you see outside a window in your house. Then get out into the garden (if you can) and find natural forms such as stones, leaves, flowers and animals. Complete sketches, showing an awareness of different viewpoints of the same object. Remember to concentrate on tone and shading.
- Design your own ideal world.
- Would your world contain the same things as other people?
- Which things are most important to you?
- What are you going to include?
- Move around your home and garden taking photographs from different viewpoints.
- Which photos do you like?
- Do the people you live with like the same photos as you? Why? Why not?
Miss Daglish and Mrs Banton