Year 4 - Home Learning
Welcome to the Year 4 - Home Learning Page, here you will find a continuously updated list of resources to support children in year four with their education at home.
We hope you are all safe and well.
As we begin what would have been the Summer term, we will be updating this page fortnightly with home learning tasks that you can complete with your child/ren. Please click the relevant button below.
Home Learning Projects (Fortnightly)
Week Beginning 20th April - Summer Term Week 1 and 2.
Week Beginning 4th May- Summer Term Week 3 and 4
Week Beginning 18th May- Summer Term Week 5 and 6
Week Beginning 1st June - Summer Term Week 7 and 8
Week Beginning 15th June - Summer Term Week 9 and 10
Week Beginning 29th June - Summer Term Week 11 and 12
Below you will find a range of websites that can help to teach children the national curriculum outcomes for year four.
Any budding writers, please share any stories, or writing undertaken during your time at home via the Year 4 email address.
Whole Curriculum Resources
BBC Bitesize Daily will run from April 2020 to bring a special daily lesson in English, maths and other core subjects to children and young people across the UK, who are learning at home during school closures - BBC Bitesize
To access a free month of Twinkl Resources use the following website and code:
Free home learning packs and online resources
Online learning quiz designed for year 4 curriculum
750 free online resources to download and other home teaching ideas.
Free home learning packs for KS2
Subject Specific Resources
- whiterose maths - Very good maths resources with fluency, reasoning and problem solving activities and answers.
- math exercises
- Times Tables Rockstars
The Maths Factor - Free access to Carol Vordeman’s maths website
Maths Playground - Free online Maths games
The Literacy Shed has a range of videos, images and ideas to support your children with writing stories. This resource can be used to support children's extended and creative writing and give them story starters, characters and settings to let their imagination flow. Each area has videos and images linked to specific story genres and within each choice there are teaching ideas and activities to complete with your children. This not only helps with their writing but also reading and inference skills.
David Walliams - free story everyday at 11am
Roald Dahl - Range of resourced and activities linked to Roald Dahl stories
Vocab Ninja - free sample comprehension pack download
- https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/terrific-scientific - Terrific Scientific Live Lessons, videos and resources
Online Zoo Cameras and Tours:
Edinburgh Zoo - Edinburgh Zoo Cameras
Chester Zoo - Chester Zoo
London Zoo - London Zoo
If you have a Pinterest account, there are thousands of art ideas and crafts to look at.
Virtual Gallery Tours:
National Gallery - The National Gallery
The Tate - The Tate Modern
National Portrait Gallery - National Portrait Gallery
The Louvre (France) - The Louvre Museum
- https://www.google.co.uk/intl/en_uk/earth/ - Google Earth can be used to explore many places across the Earth and see the streets as if you were actually there.
- PE with Joe Wicks on Youtube- Everyday at 9am
- Dance with Oti Mabuse on Facebook- Everyday at 1130am
- Cosmic kids yoga youtube channel
- www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers - Fun active learning linked to the curriculum
- www.nhs.uk/activities/kids Free activites from change4life
A Bit of Fun ...
The British Museum - https://britishmuseum.withgoogle.com/
Smithsonian National Air And Space Museum (American) - https://airandspace.si.edu/exhibitions/online
Smithsonian National Museum Of Natural History (American) - https://naturalhistory.si.edu/visit/virtual-tour
The Natural History Museum (London) - https://artsandculture.google.com/streetview/the-natural-history-museum/JQF3coVswSVUVw?sv_lng=-0.1762865702767158&sv_lat=51.49612801030892&sv_h=282.27&sv_p=0&sv_pid=mFQI22sOR6Rg8H2wE7-mSA&sv_z=1