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Year 4: W/c 6.7.20

Work for Year 4 Pupils for week commencing 6.07.20

Dear Year 4 Pupils,

We hope that you have heard the recent government news informing us that all children will be returning to school in September. It is exciting news and we cannot wait for the school to be filled with the wonderful ELPS pupils once again. We are busy preparing your classrooms and curriculum so that you can get back to your usual school routines, carry out your learning and see your friends and teachers in the safest way possible.  

In the meantime, well done for continuing with your home learning. Please find below your learning activities for this week. A reminder to parents that we have an email account set up specifically for Year 4 pupil queries so if you have any feedback or questions, please email Year4@elps.co.uk and we will get back to you.

Happy learning and keep safe.

From Ms. Duong and the Year 4 Team.

Here are the details for your lessons this week.

Maths

English

History Geography Science Music

ArtPE

Click here to download all of the lessons.
Click here to look at the answer schemes for all the lessons.

MATHS

For each Maths lesson, work through the slides where there are some questions that we will work through together followed by some questions for you to have a go at yourself for practice. Once you have completed the practice questions, work through the worksheet followed by completing the challenge and plenary. Remember to mark all of your work once everything is completed" Please do watch the video on YouTube so that you can hear Ms Kerai's explanations on certain questions to help you understand what is required of you.

Lesson 1
LI: To recognise the relationship between pounds and pence.
Welcome to your first consolidation lesson on Money. In today’s lesson we will be looking at how pounds and pence are related to each other. What is the rule for converting pounds to pence or pence to pounds? Click here to watch the lesson.
Click here to download the lesson PPT.
Click here to download the worksheet.
Click here for the answers to check your work.

Lesson 2
LI: To order and compare money. 
Welcome to your second consolidation lesson on Money. In today’s lesson we will be looking at how to order and compare money when units are different. What must we do when the options to a question are written in two different units?
Click here to watch the lesson.
Click here to download the lesson PPT.
Click here to download the worksheet.
Click here for the answers to check your work.

Lesson 3
LI: To solve money word problems involving addition and subtraction.
Welcome to your final consolidation lesson on Money. In today’s lesson we will be looking at addition and subtraction money word problems. What key vocabulary would you come across so that you know if you are adding or subtracting?
Click here to watch the lesson.
Click here to download the lesson PPT.
Click here to download the worksheet.
Click here for the answers to check your work.

Lesson 4
LI: To review questions looked at this half term.
For today’s lesson have a go at answering questions that will test you on the different topics studied not only during our consolidation lessons but also throughout the year. Once you have finished the questions and know that you have tried your absolute best, mark your work. For any questions you have answered incorrectly and which to know how it was worked out, look at the video to hear the explanations.
Click here to download the lesson task
Click here for the answers to check your work.
Click here to watch the explanations.

Friday Challenge
Have a go at the Weekly Times Tables test. Can you get 100% this week?
Check your answers here.

Have a go at the weekly Friday Maths challenge on BBC Bitesize

READING

Spend some time everyday silent reading or reading aloud to someone in your house.  
Find out what is happening around the world - read the latest edition of First News newspaper. 

ENGLISH

Lesson 1
LI: To read Chapter 21 of Percy Jackson and answer the comprehension questions. 
Read Chapter 21 of Percy Jackson ‘I settle my tab’. Answer the comprehension questions in full sentences.  Try to use quotes from the story to support your answer.
Click here to download the lesson PPT.
Click here for the answers to check your work.

Lesson 2
LI: To read Chapter 22 of Percy Jackson and answer the comprehension questions. 
Read Chapter 22 of Percy Jackson ‘The Prophecy comes true.  Answer the comprehension questions in full sentences. Try to use quotes from the story to support your answer.
Click here to download the lesson PPT.
Click here for the answers to check your work. 

Lesson 3
LI: To describe the location of your Mount Olympus. 
Watch the video and pick a famous London landmark that could house Mount Olympus.  Describe how you would get to the home of the gods.
Click here to watch the lesson.

Lesson 4
LI: Conjunctions activity.
Fill in the gaps with the appropriate conjunction.
Click here to download the worksheet
Click here for the answers to check your work.

Lesson 5
LI: To read the information sheet about Polar animals and answer the comprehension questions. 
Read through the information sheet and answer the questions below.   
Click here to download the Reading comprehension.
Click here for the answers to check your work.

OTHER SUBJECTS

History
LI: To recap the Second Punic War.
Watch the video exploring the Second Punic War.  Answer one question about the recap lesson. 
Click here to watch the lesson.

Geography
LI: To explore the history of Australia.
Watch the video about the history of Australia and answer one of the questions.
Click here to watch the lesson.
Click here to download the lesson PPT.

Music
For our final two weeks of at home learning, you will be filling out a music passport! This week, you will fill out some information about yourself and answer questions relative to when you first encountered world music. 
Click here to download the lesson instructions.
Click here to download the passport. 

Science
This week, try creating your own ‘Invisible Extinguisher' 
Click here for instructions on how to carry out the experiment.
After you have carried out the experiment, click here for the instructions for the main task.
You can choose to print the PDF template to write up your experiment or type it up in a word document. Alternatively, you can write up in your exercise books. An example of how we expect an experiment to be written up is also available here. Enjoy experimenting!
For the ANSWER sheet, click here. 

GET CREATIVE!

Check the ELPS Art at home page to have a go at one of the Week 13 activities.

KEEP FIT!

Have a look at the latest ELPS PE at home page and try out one of the new exercise ideas for this week.