Home learning (18-22)

Hello Class 4,

I hope you and your families are staying safe and keeping well. It has been great to hear from so many of you this week. It seems Tapestry has recovered from all  the posts and high volume of users and is working well again.

Timetable: Monday 18th January

This week we will be continuing to explore fractions, in particular, finding fractions of amounts. This will include objects, money, and numbers. You are all so brilliant at your times tables, that I think one you’ve understood the method you need to apply, you will all be successful with. As requested, I have tried to include video links for most days to help you learn at home. Some of the activities set for each day are fairly long, so please don’t worry if you spread it out over a longer period of time, the timetable is there as a guide, so please don’t put pressure on yourselves.

Equivalent-Fractions- Challenge Y5 Monday

equivalent-fractions- Y4 answers Monday

equivalent-fractions- Y4 Monday

Fraction maze answers

Fraction maze for Friday

fraction-of-an-amount- Challenge Tuesday

Fractions of money- would you rather- Wednesday

Tuesday- finding fractions of amounts (less challenging)

SPaG, will include a variety of activities all about ‘relative clauses. They should be able to complete these tasks independently.

SPaG Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Yr 3 and 4 words grouped by area

Yr 5 and 6 words grouped by area

English is, without a doubt, the trickiest lesson to replicate at home, but you are all doing a marvellous job at trying your very best. This week there will be more of a focus on reading and planning. You are going to be looking at features of newspaper reports and have some fun sessions to complete.

Friday English

Relative-Clause-Newspaper-Activity

Thursday English

Tuesday and Wednesday English task

For the afternoon, I have tried to stick (as best as I can) to our ‘normal’ subjects. Again, I have tried to include video links.

Viking longship

French food sheet

Science work for Monday- to be done alongside video lesson

I hope you all have another successful week.

Keep up all your hard work,

Miss Glover