Hi Year 4
I apologise for the late posting of this weeks activities due to an error on the website.
Please find below a plan for this week’s learning activities. Any questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The videos for this week can be found here: Videos
This week we will be continuing to follow White Rose Maths and will be looking symmetry and graphs
There is again a video to watch each day before completing the worksheet.
Worksheet:Monday – Lines of symmetry
Answers: Monday – Answers
Worksheet: Tuesday – Complete a symmetric figure
Answers: Tuesday – Answers
Worksheet: Wednesday – Describe a position
Answers: Wednesday – Answers
Worksheet: Thursday – Draw a grid
Answers: Thursday – Answers
You can either print the worksheets or write your answers on a piece of paper. It would be great if you are able to upload your answers to the Year 4 homework blog.
This week as it is the last week of summer we thought it would be a lovely idea to reflect on the past year!
Follow the powerpoint: Final Week of Literacy 2020
Monday- Jumping Orange Word Story
Tuesday- Mind map and Self portrait –Doc1
Wednesday- Reflection of the Year – Reflection of the year
Thursday- Looking to the Future – Looking to the future
Friday- You can select any activities from here if you wish!
Attached are the sheets needed but remember you do not need to print them you can use plain/lined paper at home and copy the style of the sheet!
This weeks reading comprehension shall continue to be uploaded to Purple Mash with chapters released and questions to answer.
Please also remember to continue to use Oxford Owl which is full of free e-books for you to read at home https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks
This week we will be looking again at our Orange words
Spelling Homework WS 13.07.2020
The work set here is only a guide of how you may wish to continue your child’s learning at home, if you are unable to complete all tasks this is not the end of the world. Your family’s happiness and well-being continue to be our main priority. Please do not hesitate to get in contact if you have any questions or require any further information.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mr Jackson and Miss Macfarlane