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Monday 20th April

Good morning Year 4! We hope you have had a good break and are feeling refreshed and ready to work. We are looking forward to hearing from you via I am learning. 

Make sure you have got all of your resources and equipment ready including your school blue and green pen. We will also start using our Grammar CGP book this week so make sure you have that ready too. Our handwriting activity has changed as you now should have completed all sheets in your book. You can complete this work either in your beige notebook or you may wish to use your own notebook if you have one at home as you may wish to look back at this work when you are older! 

Remember, your first job everyday is to send a 'Good Morning'  message to your class teacher by 10 am. 

If you run out of space in any exercise books (orange Maths or yellow English book), please ask an adult to contact the office to arrange to pick up a new one.

Reading

Using your Y4 CGP book, read the text on Pg 12. Once you have read it, reread and underline any words you do not know. Look these words up using a dictionary (remember you can use an online one if needed) and annotate onto the text.

Do not answer the questions today.

Grammar, Punctuation, Spelling

Read the information on Pg 8 of your Grammar CGP book on pronouns. Complete page 8 and 9 in  your yellow English book using blue pen. You need to copy out the sentences for each question using your best handwriting. For Q8, only copy ‘her refers to…’ etc.
Remember to cross out any mistakes using pencil and ruler

Date: Monday 20th April 2020   LO: To identify and use pronouns

Handwriting/Journaling

We practised handwriting for 2 weeks before Easter and now we would like to work on handwriting in a different way. Each day, we will set some joins to practise and a question to answer. When you answer the question, you should aim to write a paragraph using your best handwriting. You may wish to use a separate notebook at home for your journaling as you may wish to look back at your answers in the future! If you do not have a notebook at home, use your beige notebook.

Now, look at the image below and complete the four activities (the first two are look and copy).


 

Maths

Firstly, write the date and LO in your orange Maths book.

20-4-20     LO To use expanded and compact addition methods

Mark Friday’s CGP work  ‘Time problems’ in green pen remembering each tick should fit into 1 square

Look at the uploaded example to remind yourself how we set out column addition (expanded and compact) . Remember we leave a line underneath the bottom number so the carryovers can go above the answer.

First, log onto My Maths and complete the Column addition activity (do any working out in your maths book).

Then, complete p18 in your CGP book – ‘Written Addition’ - use expanded method on question 1 and compact method on question 2, then choose for questions 3 and 4.

Multiplication - Times Tables Rockstars- We have set a battle! Boys vs Girls (Y4)- Who will win by the end of the week? Remember every question you get correct counts towards the score! 

 

Science

We are going to recap on some previous learning. Remember our work on classifying animals into certain groups? Let’s see what you can recall…

Watch the video first: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zn22pv4/articles/z3nbcwx

Also read the information below this and then play the game by clicking the box underneath this information to classify each animal. You have to drag the animal into the correct category then click check and you will find out if you are correct. If you are incorrect have another go!

Watch this video on vertebrates/ invertebrates: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zn22pv4/articles/zp6g7p3

Read the information underneath and again play the game below that to sort animals into the correct category.

PE- Choose an activity to complete for 30 minutes

Other – Choose a project from our optional projects page and work on it during the week.
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