For Monday's maths, you are learning how to partition three digit numbers.
For example: 386 = 300+80+6
Now you try the work sheet, don't forget if you can't print it you can copy the numbers into your work book and make sure you send your work to the year 4 email address for your teachers to see: email@example.com
Here is your English worksheet. You are learning how to use apostrophes in contractions for your spelling.
For example: can not = can't
This is your week's Guided reading text, make sure you read it through with an adult.
Now you have learnt how to partition three digit numbers, now try Tuesday's sheet where you have to partition three and four digit numbers.
Complete your TTRS sound check. We will be logging on to collect your scores at the end of the week.
In Tuesday's English, you are learning how to use apostrophes for possession.
For example: Sam's jacket.
Now that you have read the Guided reading text try and answer these questions. You can ask an adult to help with the reading but you must answer the questions yourself.
Your Maths sheet today is to make a number 10 more or 10 less.
For example 10 more then 56 is 66 and 10 less then 56 is 46.
Just like on Tuesday you are carrying on with learning how to use apostrophes for possession.
Don't forget you don't need to print the sheet you can copy the sentences into your work book.
You are carrying on with your work on 10 more and 10 less.
Complete as many questions on your PAL facts sheet as you can in 3 minutes. If you find this really easy, you can have a go at the PAL facts sheet on the main part of the website (Maths - Thursday).
Can you complete these sentences with the correct use of apostrophes to show possession.
Challenge - Once you have finished can you write your own sentences using apostrophes.
Here are some mazes with numbers in each box, see if you can find the route to the trophy. Don't forget all the numbers are increasing by 10 each time.
For example: 24, 34, 44, 54, 64 etc
Can you make your own maze with your own numbers and see if your grown ups can find the correct route?
Complete as many questions on your PAL challenge sheet as you can in 3 minutes. If you find this really easy, you can have a go at the PAL challenge sheet on the main part of the website (Maths - Friday).
English - Big Write
For your Big Write, there are 4 images of Anglo Saxon items. You need to describe each one, writing about who the item belongs to, what the item is made out of etc. Don't forget to use your powerful adjectives for the best descriptive sentences.
You need to make sure when you have completed an activity your adults take a picture of your work and send it to the year 4 email address for your teachers to have a look at: firstname.lastname@example.org