Due in on Tuesday 2nd April
Title – Can I complete a reading comprehension quiz?
Please complete as many of the questions as you can within 30 minutes. You should write your answers neatly in your English homework books and NOT on the sheet. As always we will be looking for beautiful presentation and an underlined date and title.
Make sure you are also learning your times tables every day. We will be doing Cracking Times Tables on Monday! Please keep practising and improving on your scores.
As usual, we expect you to record at least 4 pieces of reading in your Home School Book. We will be collecting Home School Books in on Monday. Please make sure you get an adult to sign your book. Remember you could be reader of the week!
Mrs Jones and Ms Roome
Due in on Tuesday 2nd April 2019
There is no homework this week other than your project and reading.
There will be no additional homework next week or over Easter.
This homework is due in on Wednesday 24th April 2019
Using the internet, or, real musical instruments, research a selection of different musical instruments (woodwind, string, percussion).
Try to find out:
What materials are used to make the instrument?
What is the structure of the instrument?
Is it solid or hollow?
Does it have a box, arm, stem, board?
Identify the different parts, materials used and methods of assembly used in the instruments. Think back to our science lessons and look for features such as pitch and volume, and how we discovered these could be changed.
For homework we would like you to use your understanding of sound to create a musical instrument using everyday materials.
You might want to choose to make:
- A shaker (margarine pots with rice, gravel or sand)
- A scraper (plastic bottles with ridges, dowel rods)
- A drum (food containers, biscuit tins)
- A string instrument (food container, elastic band, string)
Consider: the purpose, the sound you want your instrument to make and ensure it is of high quality.
Use the worksheet provided to help you plan and evaluate your product.
We look forward to seeing your creations!
There are no spellings for this week.
As usual, we expect you to record at least 4 pieces of reading in your Home School Book.
Have a good weekend.
Year 4 Team
Can I solve problems involving perimeter?
In the last week we have been looking at finding perimeter of different shapes. For homework, you have been given some questions to answer which you need to complete on the sheet. Please make sure you work neatly and be careful, use your knowledge of shapes and their properties to help you. Remember perimeter is the measure they whole way around the outside of the shape, not the inside.
– English –
Please complete the sheet on prepositions and stick it into your english homework book.
Spellings to be tested
Please ensure you have learnt your next statutory word list. These will be handed out on Friday and tested next week.
Times Tables – Continue to practise your timetables ready for Cracking Times Tables
Reading – Remember to read at least 4 times a week and make a comment on your books.