Venus Class Home Learning
Week 1 20th April
PE with Joe Wicks
BBC Super Movers
White Rose Daily Home Learning
This website provides you with access to the scheme we currently use in school. Use this daily to teach the relevant new skills. Even if you don’t have access to a printer, children can still watch the video and record their answers on paper. Answers are provided so they can mark their own work.
We practice for at least 5 minutes daily in school. All of these websites allow children to practice their times tables. Although the government multiplication check has been cancelled due to the current situation, children need to continue practicing these regularly as they underpin many areas of maths.
https://ttrockstars.com/ (Login details for this were shared on our ‘Class story’ on Dojo)
Additional maths resources/games
https://play.numbots.com/ (Login details for this were shared on our ‘Class story’ on Dojo)
This should be a combination of writing, grammar, spelling and reading.
This should be done a daily basis. If you don’t have access to many books you can use the websites below to access audiobooks. Remember you don’t always have to read a ‘book’, why not try a magazine, leaflet or newspaper?
I have attached a reading comprehension called ‘The Story of Romulus and Remus’ to complete. Answers can be recorded on plain paper and marked against the answers. This is differentiated – 1 star being the easiest text to read and 3 stars being the trickiest. (SEE END OF PAGE)
Complete the ‘Describing a Creature’ home learning tasks as an introduction to our Romans topic. (SEE END OF PAGE) You will need to complete the reading task FIRST.
Use these websites to practice different aspects of grammar. You can choose some ideas from the list below so you know you are focussing on the correct objectives.
Year 4 SPaG checklist
You must know and use...
Focus on learning the statutory spellings. Your child will know whether they are learning the year 2 common exception words, year 3/4 statutory spellings or if they have moved on to the year 5/6 words. Refer to your childs homework folder for an idea of which list they are on.
Ways to learn spellings:
Year 2 common exception words
Year 3/4 statutory spellings
Year 5/6 statutory spellings
On the Learning Letter there are suggestions for other areas of the curriculum like art, science etc.