Class 4

Remote Learning Week 14

Hello Class 4!

I hope you have had a good week and enjoyed your learning! I have had another busy week in school with the 'Trouble Bubble'. It feels very strange to be teaching in the hall, but our classroom has been painted and is looking better than ever!

Thank you to everyone who has continued sending bits in, I have really enjoyed receiving those.

I can't wait to see some of you for the final 3 days of school. Very excited!!!

Miss you all!

Miss Bloor

 

You can contact me via Seesaw or email cbloor@highlegh.cheshire.sch.uk 

Each week I will be putting activities on this page. There will be roughly 5 pieces of maths and English and 3 pieces of topic work. You also have your packs that were given out on the final day. Work your way through your pack as you like.

Week 14-  13/07/20

Maths

This week, we will be continuing to revisit maths topics we have already covered in year 4. Below there are a number of booklets (with answers included), please select a topic you would like to work on and make your way through the booklet. 

 

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 Decimals booklet and answers.pdfDownload
 Division booklet and answers.pdfDownload
 Fractions booklet and answers.pdfDownload
 Multiplication booklet and answers.pdfDownload
 Problem solving involving money booklet and answers.pdfDownload
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Times Tables

Please continue with your TTRockstars- Link to student login

Other helpful websites with times tables games include-

Mathsframe

ictgames

topmarks

 

English

This week we are finishing our booklet called ‘Goblinology: The Ultimate Guide to Goblins’ by Kathryn Pennington. 

'Welcome, children, squizzles and wimbles! My name is Dr
Frizzle and I own this spectacular shop. It is a shop full of
curious creatures and magical mementoes. I am particularly
proud of the books that I have in my shop. Let’s have a look
at the bookshelf – watch out for the spider webs!
Ahh… here is one of my favourite ones… Goblinology: The
Ultimate Guide to Goblins. This is a really useful book as
you never know when you are going to find a goblin but,
when you do, you must know what to do with it. Come
with me now and let's read the book together. Who
knows, you may get a visit from a goblin later on!'

Work your way through the remainder of the booklet and enjoy!

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 Y4-Goblins-F.pdf Download
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Reading

This week, I have uploaded the final two chapters of 'The Last Selkie' from the Purple Mash website. Below you will find the fourth and fifth chapters as PDFs and some comprehension questions and activities.

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 Book- The Last Selkie- Chapter 4.pdfDownload
 Book- The Last Selkie- Chapter 5.pdfDownload
 Multiple choice questions chapter 4.pdfDownload
 Multiple choice questions chapter 5.pdfDownload
 Open-ended questions chapter 4.pdfDownload
 Open-ended questions chapter 5.pdfDownload
 Sequencing chapter 4.pdfDownload
 Sequencing chapter 5.pdfDownload
 SPaG chapter 4.pdfDownload
 SPaG chapter 5.pdfDownload
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Spelling

Spelling Shed- Link to website  linked to the year 4 spelling rules

Assignment 6- Revision

I have also included a year 3/4 statutory spellings activity

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 Spelling Crosswords.pdfDownload
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Topic

This week we will be looking at the question- Where does our food come from?

Activity 1- To understand that the food we eat comes from many different places around the world

Children are to read the information from the slides about the journey of various different breakfast foods from grower to breakfast table. They are
then to design a comic strip on paper or using the computer to show one of these journeys.

Activity 2 - To explain how land is used to produce food in the United Kingdom

Children are to research and discuss how a farmer might answer the questions on the Farmer Interview sheet (activity 2). Then write down what their possible answers could be. Afterwards, children can use them to help role-play interviewing a farmer for a radio or television report.

Activity 3 - To understand and describe the trade links that enable food from around the world to be sold in the United Kingdom

Using the examples and checklist below (activity 3), children are to create their own infographic/ poster about a meal of their choice and answering the questions: What is the main ingredient? What country is it from? How far has it travelled? How much does it cost? Is it healthy? Why? How much of it is produced or bought every year? Can you find out any other interesting or unusual facts?

 

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 Activity 1a- Where does our food come from slide show.pdfDownload
 Activity 1b- Where does our food come from- Work.pdfDownload
 Activity 2a- Where does our food come from slide show.pdfDownload
 Activity 2b- Where does our food come from- Work.pdfDownload
 Activity 3a- Where does our food come from slide show.pdfDownload
 Activity 3b- Where does our food come from- Work.pdfDownload
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