Year 3 & 4 Homework

13 July 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Sunday 12 July 2020 by Mrs McCormick

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Make sure you check out the video from your new teacher on the Class News page.

This is the last week of term, so your home learning will be a little bit different – just as it would be in school. We have some fun quizzes for you to do each day as well as your maths puzzles.

There will be a reflection task for you to do on Friday as well as the disco at 11 am!

Here is your learning for today:

Maths – Year 3 and 4: Problem solving

Which script?  You can find the answers here.

Topic – Quiz 1 

Unscramble the letters

Spelling –

The ‘shun’ sound – alternative spellings for this sound. Watch this bbc bitesize video to help you.  There is also a quiz on the same link.

magician
possession
attention
confusion
session
fraction
politician
electrician
fiction
direction
mission
explosion
optician

10 July 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 09 July 2020 by Mr Gathercole

Hello everybody,

You’ve made it to Friday – Give yourselves a pat on the back. You are working so hard!

Your brains must be starting to get tired from all the fantastic learning and your bodies will be tiring  from conquering all of your sporting challenges.

You’ve almost conquered this school year – After today, there is just one week remaining. Let’s go out on a high.

slack-imgs.com

Here are today’s learning tasks:

 

Maths:

Year 3 and 4

y3_4 maths and answers Friday 10 July

 

Reading:

10.07.20 Reading task

 

Topic:

To get ready for our final Friday next week, let’s make our own party hat to wear on the big day.

Hat design – Friday.docx

Feel free to use one of these templates or feel free to go freestyle with your hat design. Send us a picture of your fashionable results so we know how we’re going to look at next week’s disco.

Hat template 1

Hat template 2

Hat template 3

 

Story (Dread cat) read by Mrs Wadsworth

09 July 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 08 July 2020 by Mr Gathercole

Good morning boys and girls,

We hope you managed to submit your scores for yesterday’s virtual sports day.  Everyone looks to have done amazingly well, trying their best and overcoming some real challenges. If you didn’t manage to do each of the different challenges, you can still have a go at them. They’re great fun! Try to find a break in the rain to get out and get sporty.

Remember to keep working on your personal challenges. Can you match your scores from earlier in the week or even better them. An improvement by one is still an improvement. Don’t get disheartened if you have a day where you don’t match your previous score. This picture might help you have a positive mindset:

Consistency and Progress aren't straight lines – Beef Runner

 

Here are today’s learning tasks.

Maths:

Year 3 and 4

Y3_4 maths square corners and video link

 

Reading:

09.07.20 Reading task and 09.07.20 Reading answers 

 

Topic:

The PPT below is all about healthy eating. Keeping healthy involves more than just exercise. It is also about eating healthily and ensuring our mental health is good too.

As you work through the PPT, there are some quiz questions. See how many of those facts you can remember.

Healthy eating powerpoint

Afterwards, you might like to plan a meal for you and the rest of your family. Talk to the adults at home to see what food you have got in at the moment. It might be nice if you plan your meal together.

Here is a blank plate for you to design your meal, making sure you include a variety of food groups and a good amount of each.

plate template

 

Story (Into the forest) read by Mrs McCormick

08 July 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Tuesday 07 July 2020 by Mrs McCormick

Hi! How are you getting on with your sporting challenges?

Thank you to everyone who has sent in their sporty challenges so far.

Here is your learning for today:

Maths

Year 3 and 4-

Coded Hundred Square: The hundred square is written in code (symbols).

It starts with one and ends with a hundred.

Can you build it up? How did you do it?
Can you build it up in a different way?
Talk to a parent, sibling or friend who has also tried building up the hundred square.  How did s/he do it?  What do you like about her/his method?

You can use the interactivity below or print and cut out the pieces from these sheets.

Link  – online square.

Answers explained in a video.

Reading

Task

Story – Turtles read by Mrs Richardson

Topic

Today, you are going to design a ticket for a sporting event. It could be for any sport! Choose a sport that you enjoy watching or a sport that you usually play or participate in yourself. You could create a ticket for a team match, a competition or a sports session that you have taken part in. You could even design one for a PE lesson or our virtual sports day.
Make sure your ticket:
 is eye catching and colourful
 contains a picture of the sport
 shows the time and date of the sporting event
Here are a few ideas for sports tickets. There is also an example of a template design but it would be wonderful if you could design your own.
Have fun and please email us your designs.

Are Sporting Event Tickets Tax-Deductible? | Martinson & Carter CPAsTickets - Sports Consolidated

07 July 2020 : Whole school home learning (Let’s get sporty!)

Posted on Monday 06 July 2020 by Mrs Latham

Whole school sporting activities

Sadly, our favourite events of the year – sports days – cannot take place in it’s normal format this year. However, the next best thing is to take part in a virtual sports day and we’re excited to be joining the West Yorkshire Virtual School Games Sports Day on Tuesday 7th July. The day will involve the children taking part in multiple activities with the chance to compete against other schools across the county. There will be a number of prizes on offer too.
What do you need to do?
Have a look at the guidance for parents/carers to help you prepare for the day.
When does it take place?
There is a live opening ceremony shown here at 10am on Tuesday 07 July and the activities can be completed at any point in the day.
Is this just for children who are back at school?
No – the activities can be done by children at school and at home. The sports day will be one of your child’s home learning activities on the day.
What are the activities?
The parent guide gives details of all the activities and instructions will also be given on the video released on the day.
Do children have to complete all the activities?
We would encourage the children to have a go at as many as they can but they don’t have to complete them all.
How do we submit results?
This is the link to submit results (live from 10am on 07 July up till 12pm on the 08 July). All children’s results will be added to their school score.
We would love to see the virtual sports day in action so please share any photos of your children taking part and good luck to everyone!

07 July 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Monday 06 July 2020 by Mrs McCormick

Mrs Latham has posted about West Yorkshire Virtual School Games Sports Day today. Check it out for your Sporting Activities.

Here are your additional tasks:

Maths

Year 3 and 4 – Problem Solving  and copy of Maze worksheet

Reading

Task and answers

Story – read by Mrs McCormick

The Dancing Bear part 2  and part 3(final)

6 July 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Sunday 05 July 2020 by Mrs McCormick

Hello and welcome to our Sports Week.Sports Week 2016 – Class 2's Blog

We will have some Sporty activities for you to do each day.

We would like you to set yourself a personal challenge for the week:

It could be:

  •  kicky-ups
  • press-ups
  • burpees
  • bat and ball
  • hopping
  • skipping

You could record your progress in a time challenge, or a tally chart. The Ferrars Academy - Sports Week 26th - 30th June

Test yourself at the beginning of the week and practice everyday so that you improve your score / time at the end of the week. Today, your task is to spend time practising and perfecting a skill. Record your progress throughout the week.

Watch your teacher set themselves a challenge – can you beat the teacher?

Mrs McCormick

Mrs Wadsworth

Mrs Richardson

Mr Gathercole

You can send videos of your challenges to us and we can post them on our Home Learning Heroes. Good luck everyone!

Here is your learning for today:

Maths

Year 3 and 4 – Problem solving  and card tricks

Reading

Task and answers

Topic- Writing to an artist

Watch this animation again (from last week), by Katy Scott.

We could write to the artist.

  • Is there anything you would like to say to Katy about her work?
  • What questions would you like to ask her?
  • What do you think the themes to Katy Scott’s work are?

Email your questions to Mrs McCormick or Mrs Richardson and we can send a letter to Katy Scott with some of your responses.

Story – read by Mrs McCormick

The Dancing Bear part 1

3 July 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Thursday 02 July 2020 by Mrs McCormick

Happy Friday!

Hope you are all feeling today? I hope you have all had a good week of home learning.

Next week will be a Sports themed week, so look out for some personal challenges and activities. Fingers crossed for good weather!

Here is your learning for today:

Maths – Two parts: Part 1 – Speedy tables, Part 2 – Problem Solving

Year 3 – Speedy tables and answers  

Year 4 – Speedy tables and answers 

Speedy times tables – explained in a video 

Years 3 and 4 –  problem solving . Answers attached.

Reading

Reading Quiz and answers .

Topic – Spanish

It’s time for your weekly Spanish lesson – we know that so many of you are enjoying these lessons.
Today, you will learn how to say how you feel, which is an important thing to be able to do in any language.

Story – read by Mrs Wadsworth

Tidy 

2 July 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Wednesday 01 July 2020 by Mrs McCormick

Hello everyone – are you happy and healthy today?

Are you still washing your hands? Watch this powerful clip  to show how quickly germs can spread and the importance of hand washing.

Maths –

Year 3 – We are coming to the end of the fractions unit. Please find a mini-assessment to complete with answer sheet – please let your teacher know how you did.

As an additional challenge, we would like you to make a poster and show everything you know and understand about fractions so far.

mini assessment: fractions  and answers

Year 4 – video lesson

Reading

Video Lesson and task 

Topic – Art

Compare the art in this video, which is by Katy Scott, to Henri Rousseau’s art.

  • What is the same about them?
  • What is different about them?

Compare Katy Scott’s to Henri Rousseau’s Art.

Task: Try doing some artwork of your own in the style of Katy Scott.

You could either draw your own flowers and use similar colours, or you could pause The Story Of Flowers video and copy one of the animations that you like.

Story – read by Mr Gathercole

Goosebumps  pgs 109 – 122

 

1 July 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Tuesday 30 June 2020 by Mrs McCormick

Being happy and healthy!

It is important to look after our own physical health (our bodies) and mental health (thoughts and feelings).

We’d like to share some ideas for keeping calm at home. Follow this link and scroll down for breathing exercises, calming games, expressing yourself and yoga videos. I like the Wall of Expression. 

Maths

Year 3 – Comparing and ordering fractions – Video lesson  

Task 1 and answers

 Task 2 with answers.

Year 4 – Video Lesson 

Reading

Video Lesson and task   and answers

Topic –  Science: Pollination, seed formation and seed dispersal

Watch this beautiful animation, The Story of Flowers.

Pause the video at each of the times shown below and see if you can complete the sentences with the words from the word bank.

PDF resource. 

Word bank:

roots    water    pollination    nutrients    pollination    stamen   roots

0.55 In a meadow full of flowers, a bee lands on a flower to get nectar. The job of the flower is to attract insects, which can carry pollen to other flowers. This is called __________.

1.04 The roots of the plants grow into the soil. Their job is to hold the plant steady and to bring ________ and _________ up the stem to the leaves and the flower.

1.40 This flower has ________ which hold the pollen. Insects get some of the pollen stuck to their bodies and it gets carried to the next flower. __________ is when pollen is carried to the next flower and fertilises it. One it is fertilised, it can make seeds.

3.04 The seeds spread in different ways, sometimes by air and sometimes by wind. Animals can also spread seeds. Can you think of any ways that animals might spread seeds?

3.15 When a seeds falls in a place that is good to grow, it germinates. This means that it sprouts ___________ , a new shoot and begins to grow.

Story – read by Mr G

Goosebumps cont’d pgs 89-108