Good Morning Year 4!
I hope you are all well. As it is the last week of the school year this week, I have set some different activities for you to do.
As always, I've set some to dos on Purple Mash based on your times tables, grammar and typing. Please try to complete these as often as you can :)
The PDF documents needed for the activities can be found at the bottom of this webpage.
1.Practice your times tables on Purple Mash or TTRockstars.
2.We are now on SUMMER TERM WEEK 9 (w/c 22ndJune) on White Rose Hub Home Learning.
Please use this link - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/
To watch the video for SUMMER TERM WEEK 9 LESSON 1 - POUNDS AND PENCE
You can access the video online using the link above and please use the PDF below and complete the activity then use the answers PDF to mark your work.
Using the template below or lined paper in your workbook, create a word search with key words from your memories from your times in year 4. For example, you could use your friends names, topics we have learnt (Romans, Rivers, water, solids, liquids, gases ect.), break time memories, lockdown, Easter at church ect.
1. Complete 'Monday 13th July - Quiz' in your 2do folder on Purple Mash.
This weeks spellings are based on '-ous suffix'. We will be learning these spellings throughout the week and completing the quiz again on Thursday so don't worry if you find it tricky!
2. Write down the correct spelling of any that you get incorrect and learn them using the methods that you can remember from the booklet that we do in school. eg. rainbow colours, pyramids, word search, write them in pictures, draw shapes around them ect.
1. Please make sure you are reading at least 20 minutes daily - there are lots of free books to read online via EPIC (a free app) or the library service.
2. Complete an activity on read theory, classroom secrets or from your reading booklet
Today is (hopefully) a beautiful sunny day. (If it isn't, do this when it is!). This work will need to be completed over the course of the day. Every hour I would like you to go outside and look at your shadow. You have to stand in exactly the same place each time. How does it change? Is your shadow always in the same place? Is it always the same size? Why do you think this is? If you have a post ( at school I would use a rounders post) draw round the shadow each hour. When is it shortest?
Use the Lancashire School Game timetable