Year 4

Each week we will update this section so you can access any resources needed for the zoom lessons. Please only complete the resource for that day as you will not have access to the lesson input until the zoom lesson begins.

Click on the lesson name and if the lesson requires any resources it will take you to that page. 

 

Monday: Maths, English, Topic

Tuesday: Maths, English, Topic    

Wednesday: Maths, English, Topic

Thursday:  Maths, English, Topic

 Friday: Maths, English, Topic

 

Transition week - Tuesday 14th - 17th July

Make sure  you check the Zoom meeting IDs as they are different to usual.

Tuesday resources:

Maths

Using the 2 x table for PC

Using the 2 x table for Mac

Using the 4 x table for PC

Using the 4 x table for Mac

Using the 8 x table for PC

Using the 8 x table for Mac

English

 

Wednesday resources:

Maths

English

Thursday resources:

Maths

English

Friday resources:

Maths

English

 

 

 

Guided Reading Activities for Week 5.

Guided Reading Activities for Week 6. 

 

Guided Reading Activities for Week 7. 

 

Click here to view a list of useful websites to support the learning of Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPaG).

Here is the presentation made to parents at the beginning of the term.

Click below for the Year 4 work pack.

Pack Guidance Week 1

English

Maths Support group

Maths Main group

Science

Spelling and Grammar lesson

 

 

 

 

 

The  children have written some amazing persuasive speeches by Beowulf, persuading his armies to follow him into battle against the dreaded monster Grendel! Look at some of their fantastic work below.

The children have received a letter from Hiccup the dragon tamer, asking them to create Wanted posters so that the people of Basingstoke are protected from the escaped dragon. They have created some amazing work!

We had a very exciting start to the year when the children became detectives, determined to solve the mystery of the dragon egg! They discovered the hatched dragon egg, slime, chewed books and burnt clothing as well as a map. After reading a news report about dragon eggs stolen from the Isle of Berk, the children started to make connections with what they had found. They have written to Hiccup, a dragon expert, for advice and look forward to his reply!

 

 

 

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