Welcome to Year 4!
Thanks for visiting our Year Four page. Below you will find a range of websites that will help your child with their learning. Some of them we already use in school in lessons, so the children will be familiar with them. We hope you have fun!
Dear Year 4 Children and Parents,
Well done to all of you for the wonderful learning you have been doing at home so far! We can see that you have already completed lots of MyMaths tasks and we will be updating the MyMaths website, as well as this class page, with lots more activities. If you have any questions, or if you would like to send us any learning that you are particularly proud of, you can email Mrs Briggs at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr Kates at email@example.com Please stay safe and we look forward to seeing you all again very soon!
Mrs Briggs and Mr Kates
Free Twinkl access for 30 days
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Feel free to sign up for your free trial and enjoy exploring the many resources on offer with your children.
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By the end of Year 4, the children are expected to know all of their times tables up to 12 x 12. Below are a list of really useful websites where the children can practise their times table facts and get speedier and more confident!
Try to play some games on Times Table Rock Stars as often as you can to try and improve your speed and move up the whole school leader board. All children have an individual username and password. If you have any difficulties logging on, please contact the school office.
Above is a pack of spelling activities to help you learn and apply all of the Year 3/4 statutory spelling words.
If you would like to keep active, why not try some Yoga like we have tried in class. There are also several other activities on the website such as relaxation and mindfulness.
1. Learn how to tell the time - If you aren't sure.
2. Learn how how to cook some lovely meals.
3. Write a story.
4. Read as many books or magazines as you can.
5. Tidy your bedroom.
6. Make something from recycled materials
7. Keep fit! Set up a fitness circuit in your home or garden. (squats, press ups, burpees)
8. Take up a new hobby( draw, colour, knit, paint).
9. Do a STEM challenge ( build a tower, boat, bridge) out of random materials around the house.
10. Make a card for someone who you think would appreciate it.
When you come back to school, we'd love to hear about (and see) all that you've been up to!