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Year 4

Here is the Maths for this week's Home Learning. Should you need anything, whether it be to show us your work or ask any questions, you can email us on:, or depending on which class your child is in. Click the link to watch the video that will support the activity your child has been given at: Alternatively, click the PDF below for Vimeo links.


Please note we are on week commencing May 18th


Please aim to do 10 - 15 minutes of fluency practise daily. This could be times tables or addition and subtraction practice. The links below will link you to lots of websites which can make this fluency practise a bit more fun and interactive. - Mathshed

PDF link to videos

For the next couple of weeks we will be looking back and recapping fractions. Firstly by looking at tenths and hundredths. Remember that your denominator is how many equal parts your whole is in - can you relate fractions to your work on decimals?
Equivalent means equal. Use fraction walls (remember when we made one at school) to see how fractions relate to each other and can mean the same thing. And don't forget - in equivalent fractions you have to do the same process to both the numerator and the denominator!
Your second lesson on equivalent fractions but this time looking more at the role that multiplication and division play when finding equivalent fractions. 
What happens when your numerator becomes larger than your denominator? Use the bar models to show you what happens when you get whole numbers and fractions side by side. Can you convert improper fractions to mixed numbers? What about from mixed numbers to improper fractions?



Today you have a choice to make!


You can choose one, or a mixture, of these activities:


1. Maths Challenge - Take on the Friday Maths Challenge. How far can you make it down the challenges? Can you make it a family competition? 


2. Finishing off - Use this session to finish off any bits of work you didn't get a chance to. Or, if you found something tricky you could use this time to have another go at it until you feel more confident.


3. Games - Go on TTRS, Mathshed or other mathematical games and have some fun whilst practicing some important mathematical facts.