Class 4 – Activities at home – 30.03.20

Before you start today, check out Friday’s answers.


As always, you don’t have to do these activities at a set time or in a set order – that’s all up to you. Also, you don’t have to be doing work all day! Feel free to send in some pictures of videos of some of the other things you have been doing at home.


There will be 3 hive games today:

Game 1 (slightly easier) – 1:00pm – 324443
Game 2 (slightly harder) – 1:10pm – 233554
Game 3 (hard) – 1:20pm – 552843


Today’s games will be open to Class 3 again.


Times Tables Rockstars / Spelling Shed / Read Theory / Reading

Remember, you should be trying to complete these activities every day whilst we’re off (especially reading!).


The Class Information Page has guidance on what you should be aiming to complete each day.



Early Bird Maths

EBM – 30.03


Problems of the day



Bar Models

Questions 1 and 2 with bars
Questions 3 and 4 with bars


Challenge of the day



Sentence / Fragment / Run-on

1.) He’s over there!
2.) If you have the time.
3.) He’s not going, he’s not got enough time.
4.) Running towards the house.
5.) Whatever you do.
6.) There’s more than enough in there we don’t need any more!
7.) I’m not sure.
8.) After swimming, I usually play badminton.
9.) Over the next few days.
10.) When you’ve seen to the dogs, can you go check on the cats?



Today’s task is to create a quiz based on the book you are currently reading. The questions for this quiz should be based on what you have read yourself so far.


Aim for at least 10 questions for your quiz and try to make sure you vary the type of question your asking – don’t just go for all simple fact recall questions (e.g. In chapter 3, what was the teacher’s name?).You could include questions which:

– ask opinions and explanations (e.g. Based on chapter 3, who was your favourite character and why?)

– ask for evidence (e.g. Based on page 8,  what makes you think Ellie is a brave character?)

– tick box questions (e.g. true or false)

– language questions (e.g. find and copy a word from page 12 which means happy)




Find a living organism (e.g. a tree, flower, insect) and make an observational drawing of it (i.e. sketch what you see). Try and make your sketch as accurate and detailed as possible.

Feel free to do more than one of these – if you wish.