Welcome to Year 4's Blended Learning page
Hello Year 4 - this is where you will find all of the activities you will need while you are learning from home.
Please do what you can and remember you can always email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Thank you again for your continued support - keep up the good work!
Year 4 Team
Please find below an example of a weekly overview which you might like to follow to structure your home learning each day. Do not feel obliged and please feel free to tweak it to fit your own routines or choose not to use it at all. This is a routine that the children would follow in school and we thought you may find useful.
Blended Learning for week commencing Monday 21st February 2022
Please use the links below to access the home learning for the duration of your time at home.
Have a go at completing the multiplication end of unit assessment to see how much your skills have improved.
Have a go at completing the division end of unit assessment to see how much your skills have improved.
On Friday in school we spend the session working on times tables. Please take the time today to practice a times table that you need some work on. Follow the steps below:
1) Write out your target times tables (e.g. 1x6=6, 2x6=12, 3x6=18, 4x6=24)
2) Create some flashcards for that times table. Cut out 12 pieces of paper. Write the question on one side of your paper and the answer to it on the other side.
3) Practice using your flashcards!
4) Spend a longer session on Times Tables Rock Stars: https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth
Geography- Rivers unit
In science this term we are looking at how water is constantly on the move as part of the water cycle. Follow the steps below to consolidate your understanding about this important scientific and geographical process!
1) Watch the video, read the information and complete the short tasks on this website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkgg87h/articles/z3wpp39
2) Fill in the sheet below and then write a paragraph describing the water cycle. Make sure you include the key scientific vocabulary.
Machine learning, or AI (artificial intelligence), can help us solve lots of the world's problems. One of these problems that links in with our topic is plastic pollution of the ocean. In this coding challenge, you must code an AI machine to tell the difference between fish and trash found in the sea. If you are successful, it will be able to clean up the waters all by itself!
Click on this link to get started:
Extra Topic (if you fancy!)
This week's focus is on the coloured word lists. Pick words that you know you find tricky and concentrate on those this week.
Monday- pick eight words and write them out three times. Use a dictionary / on line dictionary to find out their meaning. These will be the eight words that you focus on all week.
Tuesday - rainbow words
Wednesday - put your eight words into sentences
Thursday - pyramid words
Friday - write your words using fancy writing