YEAR 4
Here are the main areas that you need to work on at home
Mrs Anwars Maths Group
Week 5
Open the website:
Click on Summer term week 1: Every day of the week, you can complete one lesson.
Watch the video, then click on Get the activity (you can either print it or just look at the questions on the screen and write the answers on paper) and try to complete as much as you can. Remember you can watch the video as many times as you like. You can also pause the video and try the activity; if you get confused, then watch the video again.
After that, click on Get the Answers and selfassess your work.
• Lesson 1: Make a whole
• Lesson 2: Write decimals
• Lesson 3: Compare decimals
• Lesson 4: order decimals
• Lesson 5: Maths challenge (first 3 questions) and times tables practice (x2,x4, x8).
Week 6
Open the website:
Click on Summer term week 2: Every day of the week, you can complete one lesson.
Watch the video, then click on Get the activity (you can either print it or just look at the questions on the screen and write the answers on paper) and try to complete as much as you can. Remember you can watch the video as many times as you like. You can also pause the video and try the activity; if you get confused, then watch the video again.
After that, click on Get the Answers and selfassess your work.
• Lesson 1: Round decimals
• Lesson 2: Halves and quarters
• Lesson 3: Pounds and pence
• Lesson 4: Ordering money
• Lesson 5: Maths challenge (first 3 questions) and time stables practice (x3, x6, x9).
Mrs Bhudia's Maths Group
Week 5
Lesson 1

Practise using written method for ADDITION. Remember to align your Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands. Watch this video to recap written method for addition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHM25Nx4vhg

Complete as much of Lesson 1 worksheet as you can. Remember about carrying over when completing the missing digit questions.
Lesson 2

Practise using written method for SUBTRACTION. Remember to align your Ones, Tens, Hundreds, Thousands. Watch this video to recap written method for subtraction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pADFYrGdyYE

Complete as much of Lesson 2 worksheet as you can. Remember about carrying over when completing the missing digit questions.
Lesson 3

Complete 1step and 2step word problems Lesson 3 worksheet.

Remember to complete both parts of the word problem if it is a 2step problem.
Lesson 4

Complete 1step and 2step word problems Lesson 3 worksheet.

Remember to complete both parts of the word problem if it is a 2step problem.
Lesson 5
• Have a go at completing some of the Lesson 5 challenge cards.
Week 6
Lesson 1

Go through Lesson 1 powerpoint to recap converting between units of time.

Complete one set from Lesson 1 worksheet – remember to challenge yourself.
Lesson 2

Go through Lesson 2 powerpoint looking at 12 and 24 hour clock.

Complete one set from Lesson 2 worksheet. Try to complete the 2 or 3 star sheet if you can.
Lesson 3

Go through Lesson 3 powerpoint converting between analogue and digital clocks.

Complete Lesson 3 worksheet Set A and B option OR Lesson 3 worksheet Set C option.
Lesson 4

Use all your knowledge of time to complete word problems about time  Lesson 4 worksheet.
Lesson 5

Use your knowledge of time to complete as many Lesson 5 challenge cards as you can. Remember to use 2 calculations for 2 step word problems.
English
Week 5
*Remember to continue reading every day*
Lesson 1

Go through Lesson 1 powerpoint.

Look at the Lesson 1 image.

Imagine you are there What can you see, smell, hear and touch?

Who is the girl in the image? How is she feeling?

Write your opening paragraph or two just setting the scene. You do not need to introduce a problem to your story just yet, simply set the scene. Remember to use lots of adjectives to be as descriptive as possible. Remember to get your reader excited with your opening paragraph.
Lesson 2

Look at image 1 again and reread your opening paragraph. Is there anything you can add to make it more exciting?

Watch this video up to 1 minute 22 seconds.
https://www.literacyshed.com/bubbles.html

Continue your story based on what you see in the video.

Now that you have seen another character, it is also time to think of and write the problem for your story.

Remember to only have one problem so that it does not get confusing.

Include speech and remember to use TiPToP (Time, Place, Topic, Person) paragraphs.
Lesson 3

Read through the story you have written so far. Can you edit or add anything to make it better?

Look at the image again.

Now think of your how the problem in your story will be resolved.

Continue your story, remembering to use your good features of writing.
Lesson 4

Read through your whole story.

Edit and improve as much as you can. How can you make it more exciting? Have you gripped the reader enough? Have you used lots of adjectives? Have you included some speech and a variety of punctuation?

Watch the video to the end. How is the video similar or different to your story?
Lesson 5
• Select one level from Lesson 5 comprehension and complete.
Week 6
Monday

Look through lesson 1 Power Point.

Print out the recipe at the end and identify the key features of Instructional texts (using a coloured key). If you cannot print, then simply write out the key features using bullet points.
Identify the heading, subheadings, time conjunctions and imperative (bossy) verbs. Use a coloured key
Tuesday

Go Through Lesson 2 PowerPoint

Identify what is wrong with the way it is written and set out (including spelling and punctuation mistakes).

Edit and rewrite the recipe to make sure that the instructions are clear and easy to follow.
Wednesday

Today you are going to find the recipe for your favourite dessert.

Print or save the recipe.

Write a paragraph explaining why this is your favourite desert, include lots of description in your writing.
Thursday

Ask an adult to help you make your favourite dessert or any other dish based on ingredients you have at home.

Make sure you follow the recipe.

When you have made your food, write a ‘Top Tips’ section for the recipe.

Take a picture of your cooked dish.
Friday

Complete comprehension (attached)
Remember to read every day.
Mrs O'Sullivan's Maths
Week 5
Monday powerpoint.pdf
To tell the time on analogue and digital clocks to the nearest 5 minute

Use the small hand to identify how many hours have passed.

Use the big hand to identify how many minutes have passed.

Use vocabulary relating to time (past/to)
Complete the work sheet Telling the Time in Blocks of 5.pdf
Tuesday
To tell the time to the nearest minute on an analogue clock.

Recognise ‘past’ and ‘to’

Count in fives/ones

Know that the small hand points to the hour and big hand points to the minute.
Complete these work sheets Week 5 Tuesday.pdf
Wednesday Wednesday week 5 ppt.pdf
To correctly read the time on the 24hr clock.
Complete worksheet Wednesday week 5.gif
Thursday Week 5.pdf
To calculate time intervals in minutes using counting up method

Draw an empty line

Place the start time at the beginning of my line and the end time at the end of my line

Add minutes to reach the nearest hour and record this on my number line

Add up all the jumps together to work out the duration between the start and end time
Friday
Word problems Word Problems week 5 friday.pdf
Mrs O'Sullivan's Maths Week 6
Monday: To order numbers including negative numbers Complete the activities on the PowerPoint and worksheet
Tuesday: Order temperatures including those below 0*C Complete worksheet
Wednesday: Order and compare numbers beyond 1000 Complete worksheet choose section B or C
Thursday: Describe and extend number decimal number sequences Complete worksheet Choose either, Red, Green or Blue.
Friday: Word Problems. Complete attached worksheet. Remember to use TT Rock stars everyday
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Poetry Revision Mat

Reading Revision Mat

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