Year 4 2019 - 2020

Mrs Rhodes

Teacher: Mrs Butler & Mrs Rhodes
Teaching Assistant Miss Carrington & Mrs Piercy

Good Morning Year 4. Welcome to your online learning:

St Theresa’s Catholic Primary School

Fully Valuing Everyone in the love of Jesus.

Caring and Learning Together.


Home Learning Plan.

Year Group: 4

Class Teacher: Mrs Rhodes and Mrs Butler

Date: Wednesday 8th April 2020



A Message from Mrs Rhodes:


Good morning Year 4!

Well this is the last day of home learning before the Easter Holidays, we hope you all have a wonderful break with your families and remember to stay home and stay safe!

You have been working really hard over the past couple of weeks, make sure you rest, relax and recharge your batteries for when we start back again, whether it be remotely or in school.


Keep smiling,

Mrs Rhodes


Don’t forget PE with Joe Wicks 9AM every weekday - youtube

11:30AM - Oti Mabuse live dance workshop  -youtube


*****NEW ADDITION – If you search Ronnie Drillsma Art

on Facebook there is a 5 minute daily draw which the children

may like (I know mine do!)




Today’s Activities




Write a diary entry for the day. Make sure that you use a mixture of description and feelings.

You could base your diary entry on yesterday or pick a day where you did an exciting activity that you would like to write about.


Send me some of your diary entries on the email address above. I look forward to reading them.






A BIG WELL DONE to the 6 of you who have completed the initial assessment on Readinng Plus this week. If you haven’t done this already could you please try and do it this week.


Contiune to access the reading plus website and get your heads around it. We will be setting work from this after the Easter Break.


Start a new book to read over the holidays and be prepared to share what you have chosen and what happends in the book when you have finished it.

It would be good if you could spend 20 minutes reading to an adult if possible.







Daily Activity: Rounding Numbers


Roll a dice 4 times and record all 4 numbers and then turn them into a 4 digit number e.g. If you rolled a 6, 3, 3, 2 – Your number would be 6,332.


Can you round your number to the nearest 10? (Mine would be 6,330)

Can you round your number to the nearest 100? (Mine would be 6,300)

Can you round your number to the nearest 1000? (Mine would be 6,000)


Try this again and generate a different number.


Extension: Subtract the largest number you made from the smallest number







Other learning and activities for today:





Time to have some fun!

Attached to the class webpage are some easter baket templates and also a recipe to create some easter crispy cakes.

Could you try and make an easter basket and display one of your cakes inside.

It would be great to see some of your creations in the coming days!






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