Yr 4 Daily Tasks Week beginning 23 March
- Climate change challenge - session 1.pptx
- Climate change challenge - session 2.pptx
- Climate change challenge - session 3.pptx
- climate change challenge - session 4.pptx
- Climate change challenge -session 6.pptx
- Climate change challenge - session 5.pptx
- Enquiry activities.pdf
Daily Learning - Friday 27th March 2020
Complete today's Flashback
Then have a go at this mathematical problem.
How many different triangles can you make on a circular pegboard that has nine pegs?
Your challenge today is to complete your story then draw 3 illustrations to show your 3 favourite parts of the story. I will load mine up when I’ve finished writing the story and drawn my illustrations.
Do you have a favourite illustrator? You could use them for inspiration
Could you create a front cover and a blurb for your story?
You could even type your story up and turn it into a book. It would be great to then create this into a class story book when we return.
Read through the text about Garden Birds and answer the questions. If this has inspired you, why not go to https://www.rspb.org.uk/fun-and-learning/for-families/family-wild-challenge/activities/do-a-wildlife-survey/ and have a go at spotting nature around your homes.
Life Skills Showing Kindness, Spreading some cheer and Gratitude
You may have noticed that some houses around you are placing rainbows in their window to show some kindness, spread a smile and show gratitude towards the NHS.
Your challenge this weekend is to create a rainbow to put in a front window.
Mrs Loader has attached the rainbow she made with her boys, Aiden and Alex.
You could paint, draw, colour, or make a rainbow. I look forward to seeing rainbows spread across seesaw.
Daily Learning – Thursday 26th March 2020
Complete the flash back
Today we are learning to count in hundredths. Watch the video to help you understand how to do this, then solve the questions on the attachment below
I have continued writing my narrative and have started to write the problem. This is definitely one long story. I hope you are enjoying writing yours as much as I am writing mine! Read the WAGOLL attachment for some ideas of What a Good One Looks Like.. How could you build suspense and tension for the reader? I have used different sentence lengths to help build in the suspense. Can you do something similar? Remember, keep looking at the GAPS sheet for ideas about what the reader would like and not like.
Today read the extract from the 1st chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. Write your own retrieval (the answer is in the text to find) and inference (reading between the lines) questions for others to solve.
E.g Retrieval question:
How are Mrs Potter and Mrs Dursley related?
Why was Mr Dursely in such a good mood until lunch time?
Usually on a Thursday we have some fun being computational thinkers (thinking logically to solve a problem.) Today I would like you to go to https://turtleacademy.com/ and create an interesting picture.
We have learnt: fd (forward) rt (turn right) lt (turn left) pu (pen up) pd (pendown) setcolor(change pen colour using numbers 1-15, or if you type 16 you get a random colour - it is also meant to be spelt color as HTML is american and you have to use the american spellings) What will you code?
Have a go at using the vacuum cleaner to help clear up messes around the home, give your parents/carers some rest and let them sit down whilst you do it. Show some extra kindness!
- Counting in hundredths questions.pdf
- French Links.pdf
- Harry potter pages 1-6.pdf
- WAGOLL PROBLEM.pdf
Daily Learning – Wednesday 25th March 2020
Complete the flash back and the speedy times table.
Today we are learning to divide a 2 digit number by 10. Lots of you had a go on Monday, but if you were unsure, watch the video to help you solve these questions.
1) 23 ÷ 10 =
2) 46 ÷ 10 =
3) 98 ÷ 10 =
4) 83 ÷ 10 =
5) 40 ÷ 10 =
1) 3.4 ÷ 10 =
2) 2.7 ÷ 10 =
3) 657 ÷ 10 =
4) 64.3 ÷ 10 =
I have continued to write the build-up of my narrative and have attached it as a WAGOLL. Have a read through. How could you extend your build-up further engage the reader? I have used some different fonts, thinking back to when we read Dragon's of Crumbling Castle by Sir Terry Pratchett and tried to use this to influence my writing. Can you do something similar? Remember, keep looking at the GAPS sheet for ideas about what the reader would like and not like.
Read a book for pleasure and then write a book review about it. Why might other people enjoy this book? What was your favourite part? Don’t give too much away though.
Mrs Loader will be reading the Illustrated Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. She will post a picture. Happy reading!
Remember Audible are streaming lots of children's books free to listen to as well.
Write a persuasive letter to convince people to buy fish with the MSC logo on it.
Remember to use facts and information and emotive language.
Help with setting the table ready for a meal. Where does the cutlery need to go? You could also link to this making a simple meal for you and your family.
- Flashback Tuesday.pdf
- GAPS sheet.pdf
- Reasoning Tuesday Maths.pdf
- Wash care labels.JPG
- FIdget Spinner Reading comp.pdf
- expanded noun phrases
- fronted adverbials
- speech to develop the plot and character
- inference of character's feelings