Year 4 Home Learning.
Hello, and welcome to the home learning page for Year 4.
4th - 20th January 2021
Here are links for the first maths blocks to work on. It is multiplication and division. There are links for the daily worksheets, answers and a True or False question.
There are 13 sets/days of worksheets, answers and True or False questions. There is no need to do more than one per day. Please do use class dojo to message us if you need any assistance.
As always, remember to practise your times tables regularly. You could use this website:
Or this one:
Activities for the week beginning 11-1-21
This week we will be finding out about slavery in Ancient Greece.
Day 1 - Please have a look at this website and read the report on slavery in Ancient Greece, then complete the quiz at the bottom of the page.
Day 2 - glossaries. Lots of non-chronological reports have glossaries where the meanings of any unknown words are explained. Look again at the Ducksters website on slavery in Ancient Greece and find at least six words that many people might not know the meaning of. Make a glossary for the text by explaining in your own words what these words mean.
Day 3 - Can you make up your own quiz about slavery in Ancient Greece? You could include multiple choice answers, true or false questions, just like the one you tried on Monday. You could also have a look at this website to find out some more about this topic.
Day 4 - note taking. Look again at the two websites we have studied this week and use them to make notes about the topic of slavery in Ancient Greece. Remember, when you write notes, you just need to jot down the most important information, and you don't need to write in full sentences.
Day 5 non-chronological report. You should by now be quite an expert on slavery in Ancient Greece. We would like you to have a first attempt at writing a non-chronological report about this subject, using your knowledge. You will also need to think back to last week and all the things we noticed about what a non-chronological report needs - like separate paragraphs, subheadings and so on.
Topic for week beginning 11-01-21
This week in English we have been learning about what life was like in Ancient Greece. It is very different there now! See what you can find out about modern Greece. Where is it in the world? What is the climate like there? What about the physical features - does it have mountains, rivers, coastline? What kind of animals and plants are there? What about the people - what kinds of jobs do they do and what food do they eat? How is it different or similar to our country? Make an information leaflet about what you have found out. You can include pictures, maps and anything else that you find interesting.
Spelling Bees - remember to practise your spellings regularly. Here is the new list for the first half of the spring term.
Modern Foreign Languages
To practise your Spanish, you could use this website:
Activities for the week beginning 5-1-21
Please can you begin by reading one of the following non-chronological reports
When you have read it carefully, please f
ill out the following questionnaire about what you have read:
Next, have a look at the following checklist for what a non-chronological report should include:
Now use the checklist to find all the features of the non
-chronological report you looked at yesterday - or you could look at the other report if you wish. Did you find them all?
Finally, please begin the last lesson of this week by looking at this BBC clip on verb tenses.
And then complete one of these activities on the past and present tense.
Reading comprehension for w/c 11.01.21 - please read the text and then answer the questions.
Reading comprehension for w/c 04.01.21 - please read the text and then answer the questions.
Topic - Cry Freedom
Please can you have a look at the first three paragraphs of this website about what slavery is:
Then can you write in your own words what you think slavery is, and make a list of questions you have about slavery, that you would like to find out about during this topic.
Science - States of Matter
Please can you watch the following clips:
Then make your own information poster on freezing, melting, condensing and evaporating. You could include pictures with labels as well as explaining what they are.
Why do Hindus want to collect good Karma?
Week 1 w/b 05/01/21
Watch this BBC clip https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks2-my-life-my-religion-hinduism-cycle-of-birth-and-rebirth/zn68qp3. Using the information from the clip complete the first 3 activities in the teacher notes section.
Week 2 w/b 11/01/21
Read Little Miss Naughty or watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkDJpiPwDH4
Were her actions snakes or ladders? What kind of Karma would a Hindu believe she is creating?
Can you give Miss Naughty guidance like a Guru would, to aid the progression of her soul?
Select one 'naughty' act and model how to advise her how to do things differently. perhaps in a screen shot or cartoon. Alternatively you could list actions she could do instead.