St John the Baptist
Church of England Primary School

Year 4

Curriculum Map 2020-2021

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Some websites to help you at home

Hit the Button

Daily 10

BBC Bitesize

Mathletics

 

 

 

Dear Year 4,

Welcome back to St Johns and of course to Year 4.  After what has seemed like forever, we can finally come back together in our class bubbles ready to learn.

Mr Crick will be teaching in 4NC and Mrs Evans is currently looking after 4MB.  Mrs Dark will also be working with you all via Teams until she goes on maternity leave after half term.  Also Mrs Mason and Mrs Compton are joining the Year 4 team and will be working between each bubble.

Remember that, although there are changes to the school and to your day, everything has been put into place for your safety.  If you are worried about anything, then please let an adult in school or your parents know so we can help you to feel safe and happy when you are back at school. 

Mr Crick, Mrs Evans, Mrs Baxter, Mrs Dark, Mrs Mason and Mrs Compton

 

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Homework - Friday 25th September

Homework - Friday 18th September

Homework - Friday 11th September

Work commencing 13th July

Week beginning 13th July 2020   

NB: This is the last week for home learning to be set daily.

Day

Maths - Time

Literacy – Firework Maker’s Daughter

Spellings

Monday

13.7.20

Converting 12 hour to 24 hour

10 am – 4CD Live lesson

Power Point or PDF

Task and answers

In this part of the chapter we meet Lila’s best friend – Chulak and his elephant Hamlet.

Read this section and make a note of the things that you would need to do to look after Hamlet if he came to stay.

 

 

This week all spellings are going to be based on the Year 3 and 4 words.

 

Use this reference sheet to remind you of the words and pick out the ones you find the hardest to remember.  You will be tested on a random selection of 20 words from the list so make sure you look and learn them all!

 

You could try to use rainbow colours to remember the words, use LCWCh, make a poster or anything else that will help you to remember these words before you enter year 5.  These sheets will also help you to practice the words before the spelling test.

Tuesday

14.7.20

Solving problems involving time

10 am – 4CD Live lesson

Have a look at this PDF for some hints for how to solve these problems.

Task and answers

Using your notes from yesterday write a set of instructions for how to look after Hamlet.

 

You could use this template to write on.

Wednesday 15.7.20

A mixture of time problems.

Now is the chance to test your knowledge from the past 2 weeks.  

Tasks and answers - all levels

Choose a level to try (they get harder as you go up)

10 am – 4CD Live Lesson

In chapter 2, Lila decides to follow her dreams and become a firework maker.  Let’s read what happens next to her and her father. 

Make some notes about the difficulties that he explains she will face on the way.

Thursday 16.7.20

Word problems

Again another chance to test your knowledge from the whole year with a selection of two-step problems to try.  Choose a level to try (they get harder as you go up)

Level 1      Level 2      Level 3

Your task is to write a letter from her father back to Lila, explaining the difficulties that she will face and begging her to come home. 

Use the information that you found out yesterday to help with what you would say.

4CD Teams Plan

Friday

17.7.20

Arithmetic papers - Tests 5 and 6

Test 5      Test 6

You have 30 minutes to complete each arithmetic test.  The answers are at the end of the test.

Let’s carry on reading to the end of the chapter to find out about Lila’s journey.

Oh no!  What is she going to do now?  What would you do if you were in the same situation?  Write a paragraph to describe your decision.

Spelling Test

10 am 4CD Live Spelling Test.

Ask someone at home to chose 20 random words from the list to test you on.

This week’s school topic: Minibeasts             

From the list of activities, choose the things you would like to do linked to this topic:

* Simpler activities       *** More complex challenges

Work commencing 6th July

Week beginning 6th July 2020

Daily extras:

  • Listen to our class reader – Charlotte’s Web by E B White.  If you have a copy of the book at home, then you could read along.

Chapter 11             Chapter 12            

  • Hit the Button (number bonds, halving, doubling, times tables, division facts)

                  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Day

Maths - Time

Literacy – Firework Maker’s Daughter

Spellings

Monday

6.7.20

Telling the Time Assessment.  

10.40 4AW Live lesson Maths

 

FIRST- Complete this assessment sheet to see what you can already do and what you need to learn next.   Here are the answers 

If you would like some help with telling the time, look at this powerpoint

THEN- start at the stage that you are on based on your assessment.  If you are stuck then use this interactive clock to help learn how to tell the time.  Turn the digital time off then move the hands of clock and look at the analogue time, which is written in words.                    

Stage 1 - 5 minutes past                     Stage 2 - 5 minutes to                       Stage 3 - 1 minute past                       Stage 4 - 1 minute to                        Answers for all the sheets

Be a reading detective

 

Complete this BBC Bitesize Daily lesson all about inference.

Task Sheet 1

Spellings for this week are all about homophones and near homophones

 

Use this LCWCh sheet to help with your learning of your spellings.

Tuesday

7.7.20

Minutes, hours and seconds

11:30 am 4CD Live Lesson

10.40 4AW Live lesson Maths

Watch the video and read through the powerpoint and then have a go at the tasks

Task Sheets

Answers

Watch this clip to introduce you to our new book ‘The Firework Maker’s Daughter’  The book has many different front cover since its publishing in 1995.  Your task today is to create your own front cover for the book. 

Take a look at these for inspiration.

Dictionary definitions.  Match the definition to the homophone.

Wednesday 8.7.20

Years, months, week and days

11:30 am 4CD Live Lesson

10.40 4AW Live lesson Maths

Watch the video and then have a go at the tasks

Task Sheets

Answers

10 am 4CD Live Lesson

9.30 4AW Live lesson literacy

Lila is the main character in this book.  Your task today is to listen to chapter one and then write a character description.

Description from the book.

You could use this sheet to write it on

 Write this week's homophones into sentences.  You could make the spelling words stand out by writing it in diifferent colours.

Thursday 9.7.20

Telling time to nearest 5 minutes and converting analogue to digital

11:30 am 4CD Live Lesson

10.40 4AW Live lesson Maths

Watch the video and look at the powerpoint and then have a go at the tasks

Task Sheet                   Answers

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Or if you are feeling confident after Monday’s assessments then try these challenges.          Answers

10 am 4CD Live Lesson

9.30 4AW Live lesson literacy

Lila and her father work hard to create brand new fireworks. 

Watch this clip and then write a description of how it would feel to be at a firework festival.

Remember to think about the sights, sounds, smells and feelings.  Use this sheet to help plan out your ideas.

 

Word search. 

Using the words you have learnt over the last three weeks, how many can you find?

Friday

10.7.20

Telling the time to the nearest minute    and converting digital to analogue 

11 am 4CD Live Lesson  

10.40 4AW Live lesson Maths

Watch the video and look at the powerpoint and then have a go at the tasks

Task Sheet                Answers                   

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Or if you are feeling confident after Monday’s assessments then try these challenges.      Answers

Today you are going to become a firework maker.  Think carefully about the ingredients you would use and what you would name your firework.

Read the description from the book for some ideas.

Use this sheet to write out your recipe.

And this checklist to ensure you have included everything.

Spelling Test.

10am- 4CD Live Test

Ask someone at home to test you on your spellings.  Remember to get them to say the word in a sentence so that you know which one to spell.

 

This week’s school topic: Games   

From the list of activities, choose the things you would like to do linked to this topic:

* Simpler activities       *** More complex challenges

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