# Year 4 Homework

## 18 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 17 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 4s!

Hope you had a good day yesterday. The unique character in our class who can click their fingers is the marvellous HARMAN!

Well done to Daw’ud who guessed correctly!

I’m out of mystery classmate facts now so email me with yours!

Y3,4 – Wednesday – Grammar – ANSWERS

Here is today’s learning:

Y3,4 18.06.20

Click here for the maths video. Here is the worksheet: Y4 – Thursday – statistics

The final lesson for today is a nonsense poetry lesson from the BBC Daily lessons website. Click here for the link.  If you send me your own nonsense poem, I’ll put it on the website!

## 17 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 16 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 4s!

Hope you’re okay. Did you guess which person broke their arm and had a green cast? Of course, it was Christina!

Do you know which of our classmates this is (it could very possibly be many of you)?

I can click my fingers!

Here are the answers from yesterday’s learning:

Y4 – Tuesday – statistics – ANSWERS

Here is today’s learning:

Y4 – Wednesday – 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,10 times tables

Y3,4 – Wednesday – Grammar

## 16 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 15 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello everyone!

Hope your Monday was okay. I’m glad the sun is back out after all the rain!

Here’s our class fact for today:

Which member of our class broke their arm and had to wear a green cast?

Let me know if you think you know who it is!

Here are the answers from yesterday:

Y4 – Monday – Statistics – ANSWERS

Here’s today’s learning:

Click here for the maths video and here is the worksheet: Y4 – Tuesday – statistics       Y4 – Tuesday – Challenge

Y3,4 – Tuesday – Science

Posted on Monday 15 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello,

Here’s the link for the reading video. The link in the PDF didn’t work for some reason.

Mr W

## 15 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 14 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 4s!

I hope you had a great weekend. I’m really sorry that I set you an outdoor art lesson on Friday on possibly the wettest day of the year! I’m very impressed some of you braved the wet and created some beautiful art. I’m sure Andy Goldsworthy isn’t put off by bad weather – but I certainly would be!

Here’s today’s learning:

Click here for the maths video. Here’s the worksheet: Y4 – Monday – Statistics

Y3,4 – Monday – Spelling – homophones

## 12 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 11 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 2s!

It’s the end of another week. Well done on all the brilliant learning you’ve done. I hope you have a nice, relaxing weekend!

Did you guess who the jetsetter in the class is? It’s Sam!

Y3,4 – Everest – Thursday – ANSWERS

Today’s learning:

Friday’s are a little bit different!

It’s our Love of Reading session today. I’d like you to sit down with a good book and enjoy reading together. You might share a book or your child may want to read independently. Talk about what you’re reading and ask some questions.

I said last week that the maths lesson Friday will always be the Friday Challenges on the website but I’ve found a lesson that looks good. It’s a statistics lesson about football. Click here for the lesson.

Our final Friday lesson is the art project inspired by Andy Goldsworthy’s artwork. Click here for the video which introduces the project.

Click the link for the challenges: Andy Goldsworthy Challenges – Week 2

## 11 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 10 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 4s!

How are you? Hope you’re getting on okay. The name of the mountain range that Everest is a part of is, of course, the Himalayas.

And here’s our pupil fact for today:

This member of the class has been to four foreign countries.

Do you think you know who it is? Email with an answer and I’ll let you know on Friday.

Y3,4 – Conjunctions – Wednesday – ANSWERS

Y3,4 – Everest – Wednesday – ANSWERS

Here is today’s learning:

Y3,4 – Everest – Thursday

There’s no video for today’s lesson. Click the worksheet to find out what you have to do: Y4 – Statistics – Thursday

Today’s Living and Learning lesson is about the Black Lives Matter protests which have been happening across the world.  Y3,4 Living and Learning a

## 10 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 09 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 4s!

I hope you’re having a good week!

Quick question: what’s the name of the mountain range that Mount Everest is part of?

Quick request: email me with an interesting fact about yourself that you don’t mind me sharing on these posts. You can then guess which member of the class the fact belongs to.

Y3,4 – Everest – Tuesday – ANSWERS

Today’s learning:

Y3,4 – Everest – Wednesday

Wednesday is times tables day! This week, I want you to practice your eleven times table. First, I’d like you to use Times Table Rockstars or Hit the Button (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button) to practise your tables. After that, I want you to complete the sheet. Repeat this task a few times in the week to make sure that you’re improving! Y4 – Wednesday – eleven times tables

Y3,4 – Conjunctions – Wednesday

## 09 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 08 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello everyone!

I hope your Monday was okay and it didn’t take too much to get into the swing of things. I hope you’re enjoying the reading this week? I love stories about extreme challenges and survival: climbing mountains, polar exploration, adrift at sea, lost in a jungle. These types of books make up at least 75 percent of my Kindle library (the other 35% are maths textbooks)!

Y3,4 – Inference – Monday – ANSWERS

Here’s today’s learning:

Y3,4 – Everest – Tuesday

Y4 – Statistics – Tuesday

Y3,4 – Science – wild animal menu – Tuesday

## 08 June 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 07 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 4s!

I hope you had a super weekend. Thanks very much for all your hard work last week. Have a look at the Class News page to see some photos of the things you’ve been up to. Also, have a look at Harman’s amazing photography skills.

Right, today’s work is as follows: