14.07.2020 Maths, Computing, PSHE and Spellings

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.

Maths

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.

Computing

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?

*COMPUTING ANSWERS*

PSHE

Write a letter to your new teacher!

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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.

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SPELLINGS
CVC word and CCVC words -ing -er -est

patting
patted
humming
hummed
dropping
dropped
sadder
saddest
runner
runny

*ANSWERS FOR MATHS*
Lesson 1 (compare and order angles)

Lesson 2 (triangles)

Lesson 3 (quadrilaterals)

Shapes C, D and E have no right angles.

A square has 4 equal sides and 4 right angles.

Lesson 4 (complete a symmetric figure)

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