Year 4 English. Homework.com.au follows the Australian Curriculum. Select any of the topics to start learning and having fun! Language. ACELA 1488. Language for Social Interactions. 1.1 Formal Language. Formal Language. ACELA 1491. Text Cohesion. 2.1 Transitional adverbs. Transitional adverbs. ACELA 1492. Punctuation. 3.1 Quotation marks. Quotation marks. ACELA 1493. Sentence and Clause.
Hello Year 4. We hope that you are well and staying safe. Please use the class page to see home learning ideas and tasks set by your teachers. Mr Hyde and Mr Robinson would love to see your home learning so please send any work or other exciting things you do to your class email address.
IXL offers more than 100 year 4 English skills to explore and learn! Not sure where to start? Hover your mouse over any skill name to preview it, then click to practise! Sentence structure. A.1. Is the sentence a statement, question, command or exclamation? A.2. Identify the complete subject of a sentence A.3. Identify the complete predicate of a sentence A.4. Identify the simple subject or.
Hours Minutes and Seconds Homework Extension with answers for Year 4 Summer Block 4. National Curriculum Objectives. Mathematics Year 4: (4S1) Interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs.
Welcome to IXL's year 4 maths page. Practise maths online with unlimited questions in more than 200 year 4 maths skills.
Year 4 Maths. Homework.com.au follows the Australian Curriculum. Move your mouse over either the hexagon or the module heading and a pop up window will appear with the exact curriculum details for each module. Then select any of the topics to start learning and having fun!
Year 4. Previous Home Learning; Y4 English Homework 22.06.20; Y4 Guided Reading Homework 22.06.20; Stig of the Dump Chapter 2 Part 1; Y4 Spelling Homework 22.06.20.
English Home Study Packs Early Reception (age 4-5) Counting and Matching. Statistics (Handling Data) Maths Worksheets for Year 4 (age 8-9) In year 4 pupils should be taught to: interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in bar charts.
The National Curriculum content for Year 4 Maths is arranged below in mathematical category blocks. Blocks are divided into units, each comprising a set of specific skills within that category.
Below are links which you can click on to download your child's homework. Below is the link to the PE online activity card with the tutor videos.
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Year 4 Home Learning Packs. Click the download button to view the Home Learning Pack. Year 4 teacher email addresses are at the bottom of the page. The White Rose Maths activity sheets and answers (including Year 3 materials) have been added to this page. The video presentations matching these activities are available on the White Rose website.
Year 4. Please note that any plans below are subject to change, as the year progresses.
Times Tables Rockstars in a new website which we are using to support students with learning and recalling their times tables. In Year 4 students need to learn all times tables up to 12 x12. Please encourage your child to participate in the online games. If you are unsure of your child’s login details please contact their class teacher.
Year 4 Booster packs in English and Maths. From number sequences and rounding to subtracting with the partitioning or column methods, the Year 4 Maths Booster pack will help your child consolidate key mathematical skills and knowledge in a quick daily practice session - and offer some fun revision problems and activities to try. Put Year 4 literacy skills and knowledge into practice the fun.
You should be reading for at least 15 minutes every day. This can be independent or aloud with an adult. Log on and do an Accelerated Reader quiz when you finish your book (you can access this from the Rook’s Nest Student Start Page).
Year 4 English achievement standard The parts of the achievement standard targeted in the assessment task are highlighted. Receptive modes (listening, reading and viewing) By the end of Year 4, students understand that texts have different text structures depending on purpose and audience. They explain how language features, images and vocabulary are used to engage the interest of audiences.
We have created Free Primary Maths and English resources for you to use at home during this difficult time. URBrainy. Maths Worksheets. Year 4 (age 8-9) Year 4 Maths Worksheets (age 8-9) By the end of Year 4 children will be using standard written methods of addition and subtraction, and will be developing their written methods of multiplication and division. They will have a sound knowledge.