07.07.2020 Maths, Computing, PSHE and Spellings

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: year4@thomasbuxtonps.co.uk

Maths

Lesson 1 (divide 1-digit by 10)
Click here to start lesson: https://vimeo.com/425565628

What number is represented? _______________

Complete the division.

What number is represented? _____________

Complete the division.

Here is a one-digit number on a place value chart.

Complete the division.

Lesson 2 (divide 1 or 2-digits by 100)
Click here to start the lesson: https://vimeo.com/425565990

Draw counters to show 8 on the place value chart.

Complete the division.

Draw counters to show 80 on the place value chart.

Complete the division.

Complete the calculations.

Use the place value chart to help you.

Lesson 3 (draw on a grid)

*Remember you go along the corridor, then up the stairs*

The cards show the coordinates of six points.

Plot and label the points on the grid.

Here are the coordinates of the vertices of a shape.

Plot the points on the grid.

What shape have you created? ___________________

Two vertices of a triangle are shown on the grid.

What are the coordinates of the two vertices shown?

Give a possible coordinate for the third vertex if the triangle is right-angled.

Lesson 4 (describe movements on a grid)

Here is a map of part of a town.

Computing

‘Alfie and the gamer’

It is safest to play games online with people you know in real life.

Read the scenario.

Someone Alfie doesn’t know has messaged him asking him to play a game. The gamer keeps saying things to try to make him play and Alfie is feeling uncomfortable.

Can you help Alfie by writing down the different ways the gamer is trying to get him to play?

What should Alfie do next?

PSHE

Aim: I can identify the contributions made by myself and others to the group’s achievement

Make a group poster at school or even with siblings or family members named, Tips To Be A Successful Year 4, with the intended audience being Year 3 children. 

What tips do you wish you had known before starting year 4? How can you help the Year 3s get ready? How did you made sure you had a successful year 4?

Make sure to make your poster bright and engaging, with clear text, so the Year 3s don’t miss it!

Spelling
Homophones
-s is the verb
-c is the noun

Practise
Practice
Devise
Device
Advise
Advice
License
Licence

*ANSWERS FOR MATHS*

Lesson 1 (divide 1-digit by 10)

Lesson 2 (divide 1 or 2-digits by 100)

Lesson 3 (draw on a grid)

You created a rectangle.

Lesson 4 (describe a movement on a grid)



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