Year 4 English Home Learning
We have some lovely writing tasks for the last week of Year 4 and hope you will enjoy!
Challenge 1 – We would like you to share your favourite moments from Year 4. We know there was not as much time in the classroom this year, but we would love to share your memories of Year 4. You can share this information in any way you would like! But please find some resources attached you may wish to use.
Challenge 2 – By now, hopefully you have had the chance to find out your new class teacher for Year 5 and possibly ask them questions via our Zoom calls. As much as all the Year 4 teachers will miss you greatly and thank you for being superstars in Year 4, we know how excited your Year 5 teachers are to get to know you.
Therefore, we would like you to write a letter to your new class teacher, introducing yourself and maybe sharing your wishes for Year 5.
Or you may prefer to use the resources below.
Hopefully, these activities will help you feel more comfortable when returning to school in September and allow you to think of anything you may want to share!
For Reading this week, we would like you to pick your favourite book and re-read it or maybe pick a book you haven’t read, but is by your favourite author. Share your thoughts and feelings with a family member and enjoy discussing!
When you have finished, we would like you to create your own ending for the story. It can be as inventive as you want!
Maybe you always wanted a different ending?
Or something was mentioned in discussion that you think would fit better?
When you have created a new ending, share with your family and see what they think. Maybe, you would like to share your work on Class Dojo! We look forward to hearing your own versions of classic books.
Please keep using this link to practise your spelling.
It is a great website with links to the National Curriculum Year 4 expectations. And remember, always go back and revisit spellings, even if you think you know them!
Quiz yourself on the Grammar tests below. These are all things that will come in handy in Year 5.