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Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Welcome to your home learning for Tuesday 23rd June 2020!

Here you will find your tasks for the day. If you have any worries or concerns, you know where to find me.

Joke of the day:

Q: How do you make a milk shake?
A: Give it a good scare!

Fact of the day:

Broccoli is the only vegetable that is also a flower.


Please follow one of the links on the Year 4 home page to either Cosmic Kids, GoNoodle, PE with Joe Wickes or Smiling Minds. The choice is up to you this week! Make sure you stay fit and healthy.


Please make sure you are dedicating about 25 minutes per day to reading. Remember you can quiz at home too!



Today, we are moving onto our final spelling unit- unit 14. Like last week, we are looking at the suffix –ion. However, we are looking at words which end in ‘d.’ When a verb ends in a ‘d’ we have to swap the ‘d’ for an ‘s’ and then add ‘ion.’ This is different to last week, because it is a single ‘s’ rather than a double!


If a word ends in ‘se’ like precise, you just need to drop the ‘e’ and then add ‘ion.’


Check you understand all of these words:

expand - get bigger

precise - exact and accurate

comprehend - understand

suspend - temporarily stop/ hang from somewhere

tense - stretched tight/ unable to relax

revise- reread work


Now have a go at Unit 14- Spelling Zone. 

Guided reading:

Click on the website below and type ‘Endangered oceans’ into the search bar. Then you can read more on why oceans need our help. You can either read it in your own time or press the play button and it will read to you! Once you have finished, click on the link below and quiz on it!


Today we are looking at pronouns. Pronouns replace nouns.


Bob = he

Jessica = she

Bob and Jessica = they

Me and Jessica = we

Miss Heffernan = I


Please have a go at page 2 and page 6 in the booklet.



We are sticking with equivalent fractions today. Use the fraction wall if you get stuck.



Today we are continuing to think about our local environment. We will be creating a detailed map and key. A key is used to give information about the map. It often uses symbols or colours to show a specific area or location.

How to Make a Map | Geography for Kids | Made by Red Cat Reading

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