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: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com depending on which class your child is in.
This link has a useful video for each day, giving you some handy tips and guidance: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/
Please note we are on week commencing 27th April and on Lesson 2 to begin with
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.
https://play.edshed.com/login - Mathshed
Halves and quarters
Use your knowledge of decimals and fractions to convert halves and quarters into their decimal and fraction equivalents.
Pounds and pence
Use your knowledge of money to add together pounds and pence. Can you partition the amounts and use the decimal point to separate them?
Use your knowledge of conversions, money, greater than, less than and equal to to help you order and compare money.
There are 2 choices for today's activity and no video to follow from White Rose.
Choice 1 is to complete the money investigation from the link above. There are varying levels of difficulty based on an iinvestigation about prices in a tea shop. Answers are on there if you get a little stuck or would like to check how you've done!
Choice 2 is to set up your own shop, maybe even a café! Allocate prices that use pounds and pence (to make it a little tricky) and get people to shop there! Can you work out the total and change? What if they have a budget, can you help them? Get really hands on and play the role of a shop keeper. I have attached some money you can print out - please read the conditions to avoid breaking the law - or you could ask your parents to borrow some of theirs.
Friday (optional due to bank holiday)
Today you have another choice to make!
You can choose one, or a mixture, of these activities:
1. Maths Challenge - Work from the top and see how far you can get. Maybe even challenge a family member! Year 4 should make it down to challenge 4 roughly but see if you can go further! Follow the link below or go onto BBC Bitesize.
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.