W/C 6th July 2020

Year 4 Weekly Update             Week commencing 6th July 2020

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

English

 

Read and practise your spellings on SPELLING SHED or any other way.

Read for 15 minutes and practise your spellings

Here are all of this week’s spellings

Read for 15 minutes and practise your spellings

Read for 15 minutes and practise your spellings

Read for 15 minutes and practise your spellings

Maths

 

 

Video lessons for this week’s maths

Mrs Verdon’s video lesson for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is here:

https://youtu.be/7lg8Md0wKO0

Remember you can pause it and watch it as many times as you need to.

Mrs Verdon’s video maths lesson is here for Thursday and Friday:

https://youtu.be/WD33_TNEy-A

Penguins and Monkeys

Add and subtract fractions

Penguins – start on sheet 1 and try sheet 2

Monkeys – complete sheet 2 and sheet 3

Parents be aware the answers are here too, so remove if printing.

Monkey and Penguins

Fish tank activities – finding the fraction of an amount

Penguins – start on sheet 1 and try sheet 2

Monkeys – complete sheets 2 and 3

Parents be aware the answers are here too, so remove if printing.

Penguins and Monkeys

Round decimals

Penguins – complete sheet 1 and 2

Monkeys -  complete sheet 2 and 3

Print carefully avoiding the answers as they are in colour and will use up lots of ink

Penguins

Equivalent fractions half – level one

Equivalent fractions thirds – level one

 

Penguins

Equivalent fractions fifths – level one

Equivalent fractions mixed – level one

 

Monkeys

Equivalent fractions mixed – level one

Equivalent fractions mixed – level two

Monkeys

Mixed fractions – Level three

Challenge activity – complete PowerPoint activities

Practise mixed tables daily on https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button if you are a Monkey

Practise your x3 and x5  tables daily on https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button if you are a Penguin

English / Topic

 

Madame Dale’s Weekly French task is here

Lots of you are enjoying David Walliams’ stories, we like them too. Our favourite is ‘The World’s Worst Teacher’ .It did make us chuckle and we were relieved to find that we weren’t in there too!

Watch the following video Miss Windley has made that sets today’s task.

The World’s Worst Teacher Task live from Miss Windley’s Kitchen

We want you to have a go at writing a description of another teacher that could feature in David Walliams’s book.

We would like you to have a go at creating your own version of ‘The World’s Worst Child’ today. Be as creative as you want. If you have a copy of the book, maybe look at the different characters in there. Our favourite is ‘Windy Mindy’ although we wouldn’t like to have her in our class.

We would like you to draw your character and describe what they are like.

Now you have described your character we would like you to write a story where your ‘World’s Worst Child’ character comes for a sleepover at your house.

Imagine they are a new child at your school and because you are so kind and friendly, you invite them for a sleepover at your house. What happens?

Whilst writing your story, remember to punctuate. It might be helpful to read through your story once it is finished with a parent and look out for any mistakes with punctuation. We have learnt how to use speech marks and you should aim to include them when you and your character is speaking.

Remember to use the best choices of adverbs and adjectives to describe.

We can’t wait to read your stories - email them through to year4@nettleham-junior.lincs.sch.uk

 

Today Year 5 teachers have asked if you could tell us more about yourself. If we were in school, you would be spending the morning with them.

What better way to do this than by describing yourself as a character from ‘The World’s Best Child’ of course?

Year 5 have sent a frame for you to draw yourself and describe yourself in a paragraph. Please email your work in, so we can print them out and pass them on to your new teacher. If you wish to write more than a paragraph that is fine.

World’s Best Child Writing Frame

year4@nettleham-junior.lincs.sch.uk

If you don’t have access to a computer or printer, feel free to contact school as we can have a pack printed off and ready for you to collect at the start of the week. Our website has all of the worksheets you will need. You do not need to print them all off, just choose the sheets you will need or work from the screen and use good old pencil and paper or record things electronically.

  1. Year 4 Weekly Timetable wc 6th July 2020
  2. World's Best Child Writing Frame
  3. Year 4 lundi 6 juillet 2020
  4. Spelling lists Week Beginning 6th July 20
  5. Monday 6th July - Add and Subtract Fractions Home Learning
  6. Tuesday 7th July - fish tank - fraction of amounts
  7. Wednesday 8th July - Round Decimals Home Learning
  8. level one fractions - Fifths
  9. Level one fractions - halves
  10. Level one fractions - Mixed
  11. Level one fractions - Thirds
  12. Level three fractions - Mixed
  13. Level two fractions - Mixed
  14. PowerPoint - Calculate Fractions of a Quantity