Prep Page Y4
SUMMER 2 LEARNING ZONE
MATHS: 1 – 5 June 2020
This week’s maths focuses on fractions!
Need a challenge? Need more learning? For more maths activities at Y4 level please click here!
If you have found this week’s maths activities a little too difficult, please try activities on this page.
AS USUAL, FOR THE DAILY VIDEOS CLICK ON THE WHITE ROSE MATHS LOGO:
FOR WORKSHEETS AND ANSWERS CLICK ON THE CORRECT DAY:
Monday Worksheet: Add 2 or more fractions
Monday Answers: Add 2 or more fractions
Tuesday Worksheet: Subtract 2 fractions
Tuesday Answers: Subtract 2 fractions
Wednesday Worksheet:Fractions of a quantity
Wednesday Answers: Fractions of a quantity
Thursday Worksheet: Calculate quantities
Thursday Answers: Calculate quantities
Friday: Click on the White Rose Maths logo to be taken to the Maths Challenge on Friday
Please also play Times Tables Rock Stars each day using the app or website.
English this week: PERSUASION!
This week, you will be working with Ms. Leonard and building up to writing a persuasive rap! This week’s lessons will make use of your reading, SPaG and writing skills!
Monday 1st June: Science
This week in science, you are going to be learning all about a force called friction. This is not something we have learned in Year 4, but I know you will find it very interesting. Have you ever wondered why your trainers ‘grip’ the ground? This lesson will help you to learn all about it! Just click on the friction diagram above to go straight to the lesson!
Tuesday, 2nd June: History
Today, it’s time for your third lesson about the Norman Conquest of 1066. Today, you’ll learning about the Battle of Hastings! Just click on the lesson box below to go straight there!
Wednesday, 3rd June: Geography
Following on from our two lessons on drawing maps, today you are going to learn all about time zones. Have you ever been to a different country? Did you have to change your clocks when you arrived? It is ever so confusing for our brains. For example – right now in France, it is 1 hour later than it is here in Britain. And in New Zealand… it’s night-time! Click on the box to go to this interesting lesson!
Thursday, 4th June: