Good morning everyone,
Please remember to keep in touch with us using our emails, we will be checking them on a regular basis and are here to help if you need us:
Look after yourself and have a lovely day!
See below for the tasks we would like your child to complete today:
Home Learning for Tuesday 28th April 2020:
Complete Lesson Two – Halves and Quarters on White Rose (Summer Term – Week Two) – 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.
You could also have a go at these times-tables game to help with your times-table recall:
Practice your times-tables speed with the 2do set on Purple Mash.
Task One: Watch the learning screen that has been set on Education City (Be a Good Sport 2). This learning screen will teach you the dos and don’ts of using inverted commas.
Task Two: complete the Pitch Perfect Task Sheet that is attached below.
Task Three: use the writing prompt to write a story (there is a checklist to help you attached). Make sure that in your story you include a conversation between two or more people where you can use inverted commas correctly.
Extra: complete the game Pitch Perfect that has been set on Education City.
Reread Chapter 4 of Animal Boy which is still available to read on Purple Mash.
Complete the Open Ending Questions that are attached 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:
accident, address, busy, consider, difficult, disappear, eighth, earth, extreme, enough
NB: On Friday, test your child on how they have done with learning to spell these words.
Task One: create a word search using your spelling words for this week. This can just been done on paper at home.
Task Two: challenge yourself to find words that rhyme with each of your spelling words.
Eg. Accident = president, in habitant
Make sure that you are keeping yourselves active throughout the day. Try to go on a daily walk around your local area. If you can’t, look at doing some active activity in your home. There are so many great resources out there to try:
Make a Treasure Hunt:
Follow the steps to create a treasure hunt for the members of your household:
- Choose a theme for your treasure hunt. Something that you like would be best, such as – Pirates, Disney Princesses, dinosaurs, football, etc.
- Plan your clues. Use the internet to help you with this. The clues will be needed to help the players get from one place to the other so make sure they are clear and easy to understand. Your clues could be simply questions to direct people to certain places.
- Plan your treasure. At the end, the first person to get there finds the treasure! What is it they are going to find?
- Hide your clues. Make sure you send everyone away so you can hide the clues without being seen.
- Send everyone out on the treasure hunt. Remember, explain the rules before they start.
Use the internet to help you if you are struggling with how to create your treasure hunt and remember to have fun!
Miss Daglish and Mrs Banton