Apologies for the slight delay in uploading work today as the work did not fully upload to the website yesterday. All work should now be accessible so please message your class teacher via I Am Learning if you are still having any issues.
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.
Using your Y4 CGP book, reread the text on Pg 12. Then, answer the questions on page 13. Remember to check in the text before answering a question-this is not a memory test!
Spelling- Ask someone to test you on this week’s words Veil, neigh, survey, league, unique, scientist, catalogue, adolescent, therefore, through
Then, send a message to your teacher telling them your spelling score. Remember to keep practising any words you got wrong.
Look Cover Write next week’s words: beige, eighteen, surveyor, plague, antique
scenery, colleague, isosceles, though, although
Some of these are tricky words- ask someone at home to help you pronounce any you are unsure about.
Do this in a notebook at home, if you do not have a spare notebook, use your small, beige notebook.
If you don’t know the meaning of any of these words, look them up in a dictionary or on https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/learner-english/
You could practise the words using stained glass spelling or spelling ladders.
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.
Open the handwriting activity below.
What starter, main and dessert would you choose for your perfect meal? Why would you choose these?
Firstly, write the date and LO in your orange Maths book.
LO To use compact subtraction method.
Mark yesterday’s work on p18 in green pen remembering your ticks should fit inside 1 square.
Watch https://vimeo.com/252335132 to remember how to exchange when subtracting. Open the example below before beginning your work to remind you how we set sums out in school.
Log on to My Maths and complete the column subtraction activity (do any working out in your maths book).
Complete p19 CPG book – ‘Written Subtraction’ in your maths book.
Multiplication - Times Tables Rockstars
Watch this video for inspiration:
Your challenge today is to create your own landscape. It could be the view from your window or you could use a photo someone in your family has taken of a holiday or somewhere you love to go.
This doesn’t need to be a perfect copy! Think about what shapes you can see in the image to help you start. Remember to begin with light pencil marks then go over the top using darker marks when you are happy with your drawing.
You could add colour to your drawing when you have finished.
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.