Buenos días Year 4
I hope you had a good start to the week yesterday.
Here is today's home learning:
Yesterday, you answered some questions to help you think about what might happen in your adventure story. Today, we are going to collect lots of vocabulary to help you with the description and the show not tell when you start your writing.
Split a page of your book into quarters. Label each box: nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs.
In each box write as many words of that word class that are linked to yesterday’s picture and your adventure story. I given you some examples below to help you start off.
ice boat rope
cold icy isolated
shiver trapped stuck
furiously calmly slowly
CHALLENGE: Create a list of fronted adverbials you could use in your story.
REMEMBER: Fronted adverbials come at the beginning of a sentence and describe where, when or how something happened. They always have a comma at the end. For example:
Yesterday, we started off the week with some Coin Multiplication. Today we are going to continue working on multiplication but practise using Smile Multiplication. This method helps us to multiply any 2-digit number by a 1-digit number.
As with yesterday, there are different levels of challenge. Can you do all 9 of them?
4x22 43x5 3x82
6x58 8x54 5x97
9x76 69x7 59x8
CHALLENGE: Pick 3 of the questions you have answered and try to create a word problem that matches it. For example a word problem for 45x2 could be:
In my house there are 45 pairs of shoes. How many shoes are there in total?
Keep working hard, washing your hands and staying safe!