Year 4 – Home Learning 25.03.2020

Good morning,

We hope you’re all doing well and keeping busy.

Please remember to email your child’s teacher with the work they have completed. We would really love to see it and support you in any way that we can.

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


Home Learning for Wednesday 25th March 2020:


Task One: complete the Fraction Maze (attached below) by finding the fractions of amounts.

Fractions Maze

Task Two: complete the Thirds of a Feature Game that has been set on Education City. If your child does not have their login please contact their teacher.

Continue to practice your times tables using the 2do set on Purple Mash.



Task One: complete the two tasks (attached below) about possessive apostrophes. One task asks you to shade in the singular and plural statements; the other asks you to rewrite sentences showing possession.

Showing Possession

Singular or Plural

Task Two: complete the Explorer’s Adventure Game, for possessive apostrophes, that has been set on Education City.



Read the attached reading comprehension activity about Roald Dahl.

Roald Dahl Reading Comprehension

You will see that the document is quite long. There are THREE different levels (indicated at the bottom of each page with a star).

Your child will be able to choose the level that is best suited to them.



It’s important that we are still doing something active, even if it is in the house. Here are some ideas to keep active and get a bit of exercise:



Create a piece of artwork entitled ‘Family’.

This could be a drawing, a self-portrait, a sculpture or collage.

Think about these questions:

  1. Could you copy another artist’s style?
  2. Which materials have you chosen to use and why?
  3. How do you feel about their piece of artwork?
  4. What would they change or not?

​Use this link for some ideas – Family portraits

Update: please use the school books your child was sent home with for any of the work set that you can’t complete on the pdf. You could take a photo of the work and then email it to tour child’s teacher.

Miss Daglish and Mrs Banton