Times Table Rockstars
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As you know, Year 4 will sit a times table test at the end of the year. They will have 25 multiplication questions to answer and will have 6 seconds for each one. This times table check is the closest to the real thing.
Hit the Button
A brilliant way to practise multiplications, halving, doubling, square numbers, number bonds, etc. This game is great for all children ages 5-11!
Parent note: Please be aware that this is a free online game, which can have advertisements pop-up.
Oxford Owl Maths Games
The Oxford Owl website has lots of fun, interactive maths games that you can play on your phone, tablet or computer. Just click on the link below, choose ages 7-9 and away you go! There's lots to choose from.
White Rose Maths
This website has lots of great maths lessons that you can do at home.
To find out more click the link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/
You can go onto Big Maths to complete your weekly CLIC and Learn Its test.
To find out more click the link: https://app.bigmaths.com/login
Reading with David Walliams
Everyday at 11am, you can listen to one of David Walliams' World's Worst Children stories. So sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20 minutes-ish of pure fun!
This website has lots of eBooks that you can have a read of and a range of creative writing strategies that you can use to help inspire and motivate you! It is free, easily accessible and you aren't required to sign up.
This website has lots of books and comprehension that you can use to keep your retrieval skills ticking over until we return.
The first is based on learning Computing at home and has a wide range of downloadable activities and games, links to live lessons and a guide for parents. Click here to find out more.
The second resource is from the STEM website, which you may have used before for various different home learning subjects. There is a fantastic Computing section which has live tutorials, online E-Safety and digital literacy activities and programming projects to try out. There are even resources and lessons about using mobile phones and about how much computers are used in a normal school day. Click here to find out more.
And lastly, Thinkuknow is a great website for internet safety. This website hosts more informative activities than games and interactive lessons but I thought it might come in handy for Wednesday's afternoon challenge. Click here to find out more.
National Sports Week 2020
Dr Gould has highlighted to us that this week is National Sports Week (at Home). This is a great way to do some exercise and sporting activities at home to keep you active. The activities on the website are only 60 seconds long and need limited equipment which makes it easy to pick up and drop whenever you have some spare time throughout the day. Click here to find out more.
Design & Technology
STEMs Club Week
And finally, Miss Neville has pointed us in the direction of STEM Clubs Week. Again, as I mentioned before, the STEM website is something you might be familiar with. Starting today, this week is a free, online event for families and schools and features different challenges and webinars to take part in. The theme is Sustainability which is something we've talked a lot about in school. This week covers various different activities and career talks that you might be interested in. Please find the timetable of the week attached below. Click here to find out more.