Year 4 Class News Autumn 2021
Year 4 Ongoing resources 2021 2022
Confidence box net
Use the net or make your own.
Year 4 Christmas Assembly
Words for the songs.
Purple Mash Maths
I have added several Purple Mash Games as a 2Do. The fractions ordering game matches the work we are doing in the classroom. The other games are excellent revision for our upcoming Maths Test.
Fronted Adverbial PPT
We are learning about fronted adverbials providing information about PLACE, TIME, MANNER (Description). Go through the PPT and try to answer the questions.
We are learning a Christingle song. The words are attached. The tune is 'Sing Hosanna'.
In Computing we looked at plagiarism. The activities should be available for you to do on purple mash 2do Tim Berners-Lee AND the quiz.
Maths Resources 15th November 2021
For those children working from home, here are some links to Oak Academy Maths Lessons to support our fractions work.
English Persuasive Letter
Please write your letter to Dumbledore, requesting a place a Hogwarts in September next year. Use all the persuasive skills we have been using this term.
Maths Problem solving
There are a range of ability based problem solving sheets attached. This week we are using our addition and subtraction skills to answer one and two step word problems.
Try this at home. My voice is on the powerpoint.
Telling the time Roman Numeral Challenge
This is a telling the time challenge linked to the Roman Numerals work.
When the children finish reading a book I love to see a book review. They can use the template attached or complete their own.
Look Cover Write Check Blank Form
This is a useful blank sheet for practising weekly class spellings and colour spellings. The children should copy their words onto the form and look at the words. Then the children cover them over and then try to write them from memory. The children can mark their own then try again.
This is a useful PPT to continue to practise Roman Numerals. In Year 4 the children should be confident with Roman Numerals to 100. By Year 5 and 6 this extends to 1000.