Home Working Area Year 4 (Safety Week) - 6th-10th July 2020
Please find below the information for home learning for Year 4 for week 13 – 6th-10th July. The home learning information and resources from previous weeks will remain available in the Year 4 Parent's Hub under the relevant week.
Please click on the link below to see this week’s video from Miss Simmonds
(Text from Year 4 parent letter, also below as a PDF)
Dear Year 4 parents,
I hope you are all keeping well.
Hello and welcome to week 13! I hope you enjoyed last week’s activities!
Here is this week’s selection of activities. We have a focus of e-safety for this week. Seeing as the children are using online activities we feel it's really important they know exactly what to do to stay safe online.
- Daily Reading for 30 minutes – can you please sign their reading contact book. There are also activities on Education City under homework and reading that can also be completed.
- Spellings – high frequency and common exception words. The children to choose 10 that they think they cannot spell and use the spelling strategy sheet to practice them.
- TTRockstars – independent multiplication tables game. This game assesses the children as they play and adapts the questions to the speed and accuracy of their answers.
- Bronze and Silver 5 a day maths sheets. Children to choose either bronze or silver or both. These sheets cover all areas of maths. Some questions on the silver sheets may be unfamiliar as we haven’t covered them in class, but the children know this and will try and tackle them. If you want more, feel free to use the ones that are the dates in the 2 weeks just gone.
- There are also some Purple Mash maths games to complete this week but make sure it is challenging even if you start with the easier games and work up to the more difficult.
- Bitesize - computing lesson looking at how the internet works - there are then a couple of worksheets to complete after watching the videos.
- Purple mash passwords activity - think about the importance of using passwords and sharing these passwords, then create a poster to highlight the importance of not sharing your passwords.
- Purple Mash - friendbook activity on purple mash - this might need some discussion to decide what should be done.
- Have a go at the email task - be careful though and think about what has been sent.
- Purple Mash - create your own e-safety quiz using what you have found out about so far this week. This website might be useful:
11. Create a leaflet to tell people how they need to stay safe online. Remember to include all of the
key information learnt about during this week.
12. Finally, there is a touch-typing activity to help with your typing skills.
Thank you very much; I hope you enjoy this week’s activities.
We look forward to seeing you soon.