Hello Year 4!
As we approach the Easter Holidays, please relax with your families (and eat lots of chocolate!).
As you can't go and visit places, in the below document are places you can visit virtually! Go and explore!
Welcome to Year 4!
Below are the tasks we would like you to complete at home - this page will be regularly updated so please check every day!
There are a variety of tasks to complete below, if you want anything specific (for example a maths sheet for subtraction or an English poetry task), please email the below email address and I will do my best to source it for you.
If you have any questions about work whilst the school is closed, please email
email@example.com and Mr Campbell will be in touch to answer your questions.
Year 4 – Home Learning Tasks
Our next topic is 1066. Our home learning topic activities will be aimed at this topic.
Use the website www.pobble365.com
This website has a different image every day and I have chosen five for the five story ideas below.
Each image has categories for that image:
Story Starter – This gives you opening to a story that you can continue.
(You can also write in a different genre of writing rather than a story, for example: a diary entry; a newspaper report; a playscript; poetry; a letter).
Sentence challenge – This is an activity linked to the image.
Question time – Questions to answer about the image.
Sick sentences – Sentences you can improve!
Perfect Picture – A suggested picture you can draw related to the image.
Try to complete this once every two or three days (You can do one a day if you want to!).
Below is a week of English activities (Week 1, day 1-5), please work your way through these.
There are plenty of times tables worksheets, choose which is right for you! Your child will know what times table they are currently working on.
There are also worksheets on different areas of Maths such as fractions and shape (at the bottom of this page), which will be updated frequently.
This link is from White Rose, each day there is a video to watch and a worksheet to complete.
If you do not have access to a printer, plain paper or a notebook is absolutely fine.
Try to complete one worksheet a day and 10 games of Times Tables Rock Stars every day.
When you have completed your reading book, you can complete your AR quiz from home!
If you have books at home and want to check they are on the AR system you can use this website:
It is important to keep on reading, especially to an adult 3-4 times a week (keep a record of this in your reading diary).
If you want a break from your grown ups and want to do some work by yourself, then you can use the Hour of Code website. All instructions and logins are below.
The below link has physical activity that you can do at home with new videos each day. Dance, yoga and fitness videos for each year group.
One of the documents below is a Year 3 and 4 spelling word list. These are words your child has to know by the end of Year 4!
Also, if you want to spend some time with your child watching the news or a documentary, baking, or playing a board game, please do (these documentaries do not have to be school or topic related, for example Blue Planet!).
Every child will have the chance to share what they have been learning when we return to school.
Health and fitness links to learning