Hello Year 4! Since this is the final week of school, this weeks theme is slightly different than the home learning tasks your teachers have previously set. This week, we will be focusing on some fun activities (and a competition!) you can take part in over the summer.
To celebrate 80 years of Puffin Books, Into Film and Puffin books are hostingBig Dreams on Screen, a creative competition to inspire all of you storytellers!
If you would like to be with a chance of having your idea transformed into a film, you need to enter this competition! The winner’s film will also be premiered at their local cinema during the Into Film Festival in November 2020 and you will also get 80 Puffin books for your school! 10 lucky runners-up will also be given a Puffin goody-bag filled with books. Remember, the judges will be looking for imagination and creativity!
To enter, all you have to do is create a storyboard explaining your big dream. You might want to base your entry on your own personal life goals, your wildest dreams, or even something inspired by your favourite Puffin Book!
Try to use a variety of camera shots in your storyboard, and use the notes boxes on the activity sheet to add further detail to your entry.
Along with having their idea transformed into a film, the winner will get 80 Puffin books for their school and 10 lucky runners-up will get a Puffin goody-bag filled with books. Remember, the judges will be looking for imagination and creativity!
If you are looking for some more fun activities to complete over the summer holiday, have a look at the Thomas Buxton KS2 Countdown to School calendar for ideas! Don’t forget to hold on to any work you do complete so you can show your new teacher when you come back in September!
Good morning Year 4, here are this week’s (and final) home learning activities! Well done to all of you keeping up with the home learning activities. Have you completed the pen portrait and sent it to your new teacher yet? Make sure to check the summer homework blog post and writing competition! Have a restful, safe summer break. We are all looking forward to seeing you next term.
Lesson 1 (compare and order angles)
Here are two angles.
Which angle is obtuse? ______
Which angle is acute? _______
What type of angle is angle X? _______
What type of angle is angle Y? _______
Which angle is smaller? ___________________
Order the angles from greatest to smallest.
Lesson 2 (triangles)
Tick all the triangles.
Match the type of triangle to the definition.
Draw each triangle in the grid.
Lesson 3 (quadrilaterals)
This is a right angle.
I have marked the right angles on the square.
Can you mark all the right angles on the shapes?
Lesson 4 (complete a symmetric figure)
Complete the shapes according to the lines of symmetry.
Name each shape once you have drawn it.
Reflect the shapes in the given mirror line.
Positive and negative attention online Alfie is live streaming while playing his favourite game. He notices some comments on his stream. Can you help him decide if these examples of positive attention or negative attention?
Write a letter to your new teacher!
Write a letter to your new Year 5 teacher explaining what you are looking forward to and what you hope for. Also, remember to tell them a little bit about yourself so they can get to know how awesome you are!
Remember to lay out your letter using the correct letter format as seen below.
Good morning Year 4, here are your Maths, Computing, PSHE and Spelling activities for this week. The answers for Maths are at the bottom of the blog, so you can self-mark or mark with an adult! Please send any work to the email address: email@example.com
On Wednesday 8th July 2020, there will be a KS2 webinar, related to our World of Work theme, where you can ask people in different career fields about their jobs. Key Stage Two (Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6) will have their webinar from 1:00-1:45. To register and join the event, click here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3226286381634598156