Year 4 Timetable

Week Commencing 15th June 2020

Idiom of the Week: The best of both worlds

Back to Week 7 – 8 June
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Word of the Day Instantaneously Predicament Captivating Foreboding Begrudgingly
8:20 to 9:00am Wake up and get ready for the day – breakfast, get dressed etc.
9:00 to 9:30am PE with Joe Wicks – Live everyday from 9:00am to 9:30am on YouTube. Don’t forget to include your water breaks!
9:45am to 10:30am Reading

CS- Lewis

Mourne mountain- creative
writing challenge

Read the sheet and pick
one of the creative writing challenges.

Reading

Harry Potter Ch 5

Watch this Video

Answer these Questions

Reading

Benjamin Zephania Reading comprehension

Extension – Memorise and
perform “Talking Turkeys

Remember Zephania’s Dub style

See him perform it here for inspiration.

Reading

Harry Potter Ch 6

Watch this Video

Answer these Questions

Reading

Friday – Villainous verses
Humpty dumpty reading comprehension
10:30am to 11:30am Maths
LO: To add 2 or more
Video
Worksheet
Answers
Maths
LO: To subtract 2 fractions
Video
Worksheet
Answers
Maths
LO: To calculate fractions
of quantity
Video
Worksheet
Answers
Maths
LO: To calculate quantities
Video
Worksheet
Answers
Maths

All can try 1-6,
Some will manage 7 and 8.
Try all on your own and
then try all of them
with your family.
Print out a certificate
for you and your family.

Worksheet
Answers
Certificate

11:30am to 12:30am Writing – SPAG
LO – To understand tenses
Worksheet with Answers
Writing – SPAG
LO – To understand tenses
Board game
Writing – SPAG

LO – To understand
tenses
Mini test with answers

Writing – SPAG

LO – To understand tenses
Writing exercise

Writing- – SPAG

LO – To understand tenses
Memory game

12:30am to 1:30pm Lunch and one form of exercise
1:30pm to 1:45pm Reading records – read for 15 minutes and write in your record or Mindfulness – practise breathing techniques
1:45pm to 3:00pm Choose one activity from the Topic Menu
3:00pm to 3:15pm Watch Newsround / research idiom of the week and write your word of the day and a sentence