Summer Week 1 Learning
It’s Friday….and you know what that means….BIG WRITE!
Remember, you can start Big Write with a GoNoodle. Here’s one of our favourites!
So here is you Big Write for today. It is a bit different to what we have done before but we know that you have a fabulous imagination. Watch this clip to find out what to do…
Your task is to design the first underwater school
Things to think about
- What type of students will go there?
- Where will it be located? (e.g. which ocean?)
- How will students learn?
- What subjects will they do and will they be different to what we do?
- How will they do sport? What sports could they do?
- What clubs could the school have? Maybe scuba diving and surfing
- Will the school have a mascot? What could it be?
- What will the building look like?
- What will the classrooms look like?
- think about these questions and what your school would be like
- you could made some notes on each of the questions
- write up your thoughts using full sentences
832 + ___ = 912
____ + 324 = 565
967 - ___ = 345
____ - 433 = 126
34 x 3 =
54 x 5 =
424 ÷ 4 =
426 ÷ 4 =
Can you find the factor pairs for the following numbers
Please do not worry about doing question 3 on challenge 3. We have not done this.
Hola a todos!
Mrs Fretwell has put some great websites up to help you with your Spanish. Take a look and have a go!
Today’s session with Joe Wicks
Thursday 23rd April
Put these words into the correct sentences
reign remember sentence separate special
The ________ of the queen was very long.
Today is a __________ day for it is my birthday.
We need to _______ the egg from the yolk next.
Do you ____________ who I am?
I have completed my ______________.
Extensions: write a definition or draw a picture to help you to remember the words
Remember to keep practising your common exception words too.
Come up with you own sentences using adverbs and adverbial phrases. You could look at what people are doing in your house and write
e.g. The cat slowly crept up the garden path.
Silently, she ate her breakfast. Or She ate her breakfast silently.
253 + 154 =
312 + 431 =
856 – 321 =
563 – 124 =
120 x 5 =
220 x 3 =
636 ÷ 6 =
842 ÷ 8 =
Remember – doubling is the same as multiplying by 2 or repeated addition
e.g. The double of 24 is the same as 24 x 2 or 24 + 24
Double the following numbers
Please do not worry if you are unsure of question 2 on challenge 2. Have a go and then move on if you are not sure.
We bet you are missing Mrs Wilson singing assemblies on a Wednesday. Why not try this singing lesson on BBC Bitesize! Remember that you also have access to Charanga at home where you can sing and learn all about music. You can find your log in details on the main e-learning page. We have also out up two lessons what Mrs Townsend, our clarinet teacher, has sent us. They are on the main e-learning page too. Enjoy
Wednesday 22nd April
Look, say, cover, write, check the following Year 4 words.
Please write about what you did yesterday. Remember – you will need to write it in the past tense as it has already happened.
345 + 845 =
143 + 522 =
792 – 158 =
547 – 210 =
488 ÷ 4 =
489 ÷ 4 =
326 x 2 =124 x 3 =
There are 100 cm (centimetres) in 1 m (metre)
How many centimetres are there in 5 metres?
How many metres are there in 300 centimetres?
How many metres are there in 250 centimetres?
How many centimetres are there in 7.8 metres?
Tuesday 21st April
Put these words into sentences (I have given you the definition to help)
Science (studying, testing and experimenting on things in nature. The search for general laws about how the world works)
Abscess (a sore the forms in the tissue of the body)
Ascend (to go upward, climb, rise)
Descend (to go downwards or to a lower position)
Scene (the place where any event takes place)
Scissors (a tool used for cutting)
Scented (the smell given off by something)
Crescent (any shape, sign or object that looks like a narrow arc)
Make sure you read today and write it in your diary
Have a go at writing an acrostic poem.
Remember - the firs letter of each line will spell a word!
You could write a poem about a friend, the weather, an animal, a book... so many things you could have a go at
1435 + 3526 =
7645 +1200 =
6547 – 1232 =
7845 – 2364 =
933 ÷ 3 =
935 ÷ 3 =
439 x 2 =
364 x 2 =
Find the fraction of the amount
½ of 20
¼ of 24
1/5 of 25
½ of 48
¼ of 36
1/5 of 40
Take a look at our PE web page. Mrs Bathgate has put some videos on to teach you a new dance.
You also have Joe Wick’s daily workouts you could have a go at
Other things to do
Remember to go on TTRS and Purple Mash.
Monday 20th April
Welcome back! Hope you have had a lovely Easter.
What do you notice about these words? Underline the grapheme that is making the ‘s’ sound.
Draw a picture to match the words you know. Can you find out the meaning of the words you don’t know
science abscess ascend descend
scene scissors scented crescent
Write a setting description. It could be from the book you are reading, a film or the view outside our window.
Things to remember – noun phrases (tall tree), power of three (cloudless, bright, blue sky) and prepositional phrases (behind the hedge)
238 + 234 =
674 + 876 =
987 – 675 =
675 -234 =
248 ÷ 4 =
724 ÷ 2 =
231 x 3 =
325 x 2 =
Find the factor pairs for the following numbers
Convert these amounts into kilometres and meters
2.5 km = m
3000 m = km
4500 m = km
7.8 km = m
Please note that the BBC bitesize lessons can be found on the iplayer and also by pressing the red button on your TV. Just look for Year 4 and today's lessons.