Year 4 Home Learning Activities

Week Beginning 13th July

End of Term Transition Activities

The end of the school year is a time for you to say farewell to us! It is important for you to reflect and remember your favourite memories of Year 4. You can find some instructions over here.

Can you create a drawing or art piece of your special memory of Year 4?

Can you frame it in a hand-made photo frame?


You may choose to draw a favourite lesson, a funny moment with their friends, a school trip, a happy memory or an achievement that you were proud of.

You may choose to decorate the photo frame provided or to craft your own using card. YouTube has a number of links that you could use for ideas:



We would love to see your Year 4 memory photos – e-mail us at the following addresses:

Zoe: mailbox41363@lgflmail.org

Kul: mailbox41362@lgflmail.org
Could you write a message/letter to your new teacher, introducing yourself? The template for this activity is over here.

You now know who your new teacher will be:

Kul’s ClassElspeth


Zoe’s ClassLaura (new teacher to the school)


You can email Elspeth and Laura at: mailbox41364@lgflmail.org

Or hand in your message/letter at the beginning of next term. You can find a template for this activity over here.
In this activity you will have a chance to go back over the year and reflect. You can find a worksheet over here.

1. On each numbered Task Card, read the question, and reflect upon your school year before you answer.

2. On the Response Sheet, write your answer in the block with the corresponding number to the Task Card.


In the absence of a physical Sports Day, let’s go Virtual!

You can find the Michael Faraday Virtual Sports Day over here.

Week Beginning 6th July

Week Beginning 29th June

Week Beginning 21st June

Week Beginning 15th June

Week Beginning 8th June

Week Beginning 1st June

Dear Families and Children,

The final half term has officially begun! We do hope you all had a restful and restorative half term.

This week’s birthday shout-out goes to Nuoxi who celebrated her 9th birthday during half term!

Happy Birthday Nuoxi!

You can find all home learning for this week in the weekly timetable.

Remember, clicking on the lessons will take to you the required website/activity. This week, we will continue to use BBC Bitesize Daily for Maths, English and Computing.

Other activities for this week include:

  • Carry on cooking healthy recipes & new recommendations – remember to send us your photos!


  • Listen to the story Black Dog and create your own front cover.


  • Create your own Joe Wicks PE HIIT Workout


  • Introduction to our new Science topic – Animals and Humans


  • Introduction to our new History topic – The Vikings


  • Feel free to share your home learning with us – we love receiving photos of your wonderful work.

    Remember, you can take a look at some of the amazing home learning sent in by classmates by visiting the ‘Home Learning Photo’ area of the school website and selecting Year 4.

    If you do have any questions or concerns please do contact us.

    You can contact Zoe by emailing: mailbox41363@lgflmail.org

    You can contact Kul by emailing: mailbox41362@lgflmail.org

    Take care & best Wishes,

    Zoe and Kul
    You can find the timetable for this week over here.
    Monday 1st June 2020

    To understand the difference between fact and opinion.

    This lesson includes:

  • two videos to help you spot the difference between what's factually true and what is someone's opinion


  • three activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.

    Tuesday 2nd June 2020

    To understand the difference between formal and informal language.

    This lesson includes:

  • one video about getting the right tone when you speak


  • four activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.

    Wednesday 3rd June 2020

    To add extra information to a sentence using subordinating conjunctions.

    This lesson includes:

  • two videos to help you understand subordinating conjunctions and how to use them


  • four activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.

    Thursday 4th June 2020

    To write a formal report about badgers.

    This lesson includes:

  • one video that shows you how to write a formal report


  • four activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.

    Friday 5th June 2020

    Using the book You're A Bad Man, Mr Gum you will learn how to explain what words mean, identify how an author creates humour and write dialogue in the style of the author.

    This lesson includes:

  • two videos of actor Joanna Lumley reading extracts from the book


  • three activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.
    Monday 1st June 2020

    Learn about tenths and hundredths and how to write and compare them as fractions.

    This lesson includes:

  • three slideshows


  • two interactive activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.

    Tuesday 2nd June 2020

    Learn how to simplify fractions using knowledge of common factors.

    This lesson includes:

  • two videos


  • three interactive activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.

    Wednesday 3rd June 2020

    Learn and practise finding equivalent fractions.

    This lesson includes:

  • one video


  • one lesson summary


  • two interactive activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link

    . Thursday 4th June 2020

    In this lesson you will learn how to compare fractions, including fractions that are greater than one whole.

    This lesson includes:

  • two videos


  • two interactive activities


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.

    Friday 5th June 2020

    Friday is challenge day on Bitesize Daily!

    There are create a series of challenges to test your problem-solving skills. Each one gets a bit more difficult, so see how many you and your family can do together!

    To complete the lesson please visit this link.
    In this lesson you will learn about how the internet works and how you can use search engines to use the internet.

    This lesson includes:

  • Two videos


  • Two activities to help you learn more


  • To complete the lesson please visit this link.
    It’s time to begin our new History topic... The Vikings!

    Each week we will be posting some research for you to complete to help you to extend your knowledge and understanding of the Vikings.

    Who were the Vikings?

    This week we would like you to research and discover ‘Who were the Vikings?’

    Use the following website to help you with your learning.

    Read the information carefully and watch the videos. You might find it useful to take notes as you are reading.

    When you have completed your research we would like you to create a poster containing ten facts you have learnt about the Vikings.

    You can email a picture of your poster to Zoe or Kul. These can then appear on the school website!
    Can you be our own PE teacher and create your own HIIT workout just like Joe Wicks?

    It’s easy to do!

    We have some ideas over here. All you need to do is:

    1. Choose 10 exercises (use these workout cards to help you with ideas)

    2. Write them down

    3. Stretch and warm up! Get your family to join in!

    4. Set a 10 minute timer.

    5. Complete your HIIT workout by completing each activity for 40 seconds and taking 20 seconds rest.

    6. Challenge yourself – can you complete your HIIT workout twice?

    Feel free to send us photos of your HIIT workout plans – we will try our best to complete them too!
    It’s time to begin our new Science topic: Animals and Humans!

    During this topic we will be covering fascinating areas of human and animal life such as, the digestive system, the digestive system functions, types and functions of teeth, tooth decay and food chains.

    This week we would like you to learn all about the digestive system!

    What is the digestive system?

    Use this website to explore and find out about the digestive system.

    Make sure you read the information and watch the video carefully. You may find it useful to take notes to help you to develop your understanding.

    Once you have finished see how you get on with the ‘fill in the gaps’ quiz.
    Listen to the story Black Dog by Levi Pinfold.



    Remember this story?

    The illustrator would have spent a long time using a variety of artistic techniques to create the front cover for the story.

    Do you think it could be improved? What would you change? What could you add? Can you create your own front cover for Black Dog?

    Send us a photo of your completed front covers!
    Remember, it is SO important to maintain a healthy lifestyle especially during these challenging times. An essential part of a healthy lifestyle is a nutritious, balanced diet.

    To help you to maintain a balanced, healthy diet we would like you to create some more healthy recipes with your families.

    We would love to you continue cooking with your families this week. Please choose a recipe to create with your family from ‘together we cook’ – a fantastic healthy recipe book.

    You can choose from a wide selection of recipes including breakfasts, soups, salads, main meals, sides, sauces, snacks and desserts. Once you’ve chosen your recipe, collect your ingredients, read the recipe carefully, start creating and ENJOY! Remember to take a photo of your achievements!

    This week’s recommended recipes:

  • Scrambled Egg with Tomatoes pg. 14-15


  • Jerk Chicken pg. 26 - 27


  • Vegetable Carbonara pg. 34 -35


  • Veggie Wraps pg. 42 - 43


  • Orange and Carrot Cake pg. 58 - 59


  • Last time we had some wonderful creations!





    We would love to see some of your completed recipes! You can either upload your photo below or e-mail it to us.

    Kul mailbox41362@lgflmail.org

    Zoe mailbox41363@lgflmail.org
    The link to this week’s First News newspaper can be found over here.

    If you are feeling super confident then you could try a couple of crossword puzzles themed around the news!

    Crossword 1

    Crossword 2

    You can view the archived Year 4 home learning from the first half of the summer term over here.