w/c Monday 6th July
Here is this week’s Year 4 schedule for BBC Bitesize:
Check out the lessons for this week (week 11 – 6th July) on Oak National Academy.
This week’s English lessons are all about Haiku poems. You’ll get to learn all about them by reading different examples before writing your own. In maths, you will be learning how to develop strategies to plan and solve problem. Remember what you have learned about Reggie Reason and use this to help you when reasoning. Have you ever wondered what adaptations nocturnal animals have? Find out in science! You can learn how to describe physical appearance in Spanish and also learn how to create another optical illusion: an anamorphic letter!
Remember that the websites we have signposted you to previously will be continuing to add more learning opportunities. Choose the websites that work best for you!
White Rose Maths
Click on the Logo below to be taken to this week’s maths lessons - week 11. The worksheets you will need are attached at the bottom of this page. The answers are there too so that you can mark your learning each day and see how well you’ve done. If you get a question wrong, please don’t worry. Look at the answer sheet and see if you can work out your mistake. Remember that making mistakes is part of learning!
Children’s Art Week
As you already know, it’s Children’s Art Week and each week has a different theme. This week, the theme is: connecting across generations.
Respond to this theme in a creative way. You might want to work with your parents to create a piece of art or send a drawing to cheer up an elderly relative. What you do is up to you. If you would like some inspiration, have a look at some of the activities suggested by Tower Bridge:
This week, we’d like you to find out about FOOD! During lockdown, more people started to make their food from scratch. Yummy!
When you think about it, there are lots of stories about food. Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and James and the Giant Peach. Many of you will have enjoyed The Very Hungry Caterpillar when you were younger. What other food related stories can you think of?
Watch the clip of Charlie when he enters the magical room where Willy Wonka makes all of his delicious sweets.
How would you feel if you were Charlie? Can you write a diary entry in role as Charlie?
Charlie experiences lots of delicious concoctions however James learns about some very unpleasant recipes in James and the Giant Peach.
Using these clips for inspiration, or even other food-related stories, create a storyboard or comic strip linked to food. The food could be imaginary or real. It could even have magical powers!
What’s your favourite food? Can you create an acrostic poem for your favourite food? Think carefully about the most appropriate words to describe your food. Here’s an acrostic poem to remind you of their features:
Illustrate your poem by drawing a sketch of your chosen food.
Fancy a challenge? Try this NRich maths problem: Pizza Portions.
Food - Ready, Steady, Cook!
Keeping with the theme of food, we would like you to try and cook something at home. You do need to make sure you have permission from adults at home and only cook under supervision, making sure that you are safe. It’s over to you to rustle up a mouth-watering dish of your choice. Attached at the bottom of this page are a range of different recipe cards. For more recipe inspiration, check out BBC Food Recipes for Kids – there’s so many recipes to choose from including an easy no-yeast pizza, tuna fish cakes and soup. There’s also different collections to explore such as kid’s picnic and teatime treats.
Food – a Fact of Life also has lots of recipes to inspire you. Just looking makes you hungry!
You might have your own family favourite recipe that you would prefer to make. Have fun and enjoy! Bon appétit!
Maths - Times Tables Rock Stars
Please continue to learn your times tables and use TTRockstars to develop your recall of the facts. Learning your times tables (up to 12 x 12) will really help you to develop your mathematical understanding as you progress through the school.
Journey to School
How do you usually travel to school? Usually, at school, we track how we travel using Travel Tracker. We encourage active travel as it is free and good for the environment. Also, it is good for us as it keeps our minds and bodies healthy and active. How would your journey be different if you travelled differently? Perhaps by cycling or scooting. You can use the My Journey Planner to compare different modes of transport:
Which mode of transport is best? Justify your ideas. Can you use evidence?
Earlier this year, you learned how to read grid references and revised how to use keys on maps. We would like you to use this knowledge to create your own map of your journey to school. Sketch your map and add a key. You could use Ordnance Survey symbols (look at the posters attached at the bottom of this page) or you could create your own symbols. Can you describe your route using compass points to help you?
Please find a new Home Learning Pack (Week 7) for this week. Remember to be the teacher and mark your work from last week to see how successful you have been – the answers are attached below.