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LKS2 - Years 3 & 4

Year 3 - Home Learning Pack: 

Click here to download the year 3 learning pack

Year 3 - Home Learning Ideas: 

WB: 15.6.2020

(Scroll down for Year 4) 

Remember, you all also have a range of online learning tasks that can be completed every day!

Subject

Activity Ideas

Reading

  • Read for 15 minutes every day
  • Keep a record of the books you read
  • Write a book review for each book you finish
  • Be a book detective and find as many adverbs as you can.
  • Make a den at home and read your favourite book in it.
  • Read about who Sir Walter Raleigh was? What was he famous for?
  • Act out a scene from one of the books you have read.

Writing

  • Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uY02DzhpPzI about London landmarks.
  • Can you write down any facts you have remembered after watching it? - Watch it again and make more notes as you watch this time
  • Plan and write your own documentary on a famous landmark in London - imagining you are the presenter, what would you say to / share with an audience to report about?
  • Plan, draft and then write an adventure story based around a famous landmark in London.
  • Create an information leaflet about Sir Walter Raleigh.
  • Write a poem describing the sounds of London, make it at least 10 lines long.

Maths

  • Write out at least 3 times tables a day, try and pick different tables each day of the week
  • Write a times tables quiz, with 20 different questions on the times tables!
  • Challenge a family member to complete it – then you can mark it and check their work!
  • Create a timetable for your day and draw a clock for each activity to show the correct time using the digital time.
  • Pick a four digit number and find 10 ways to make that number using addition or multiplication
  • 3, 4 and 8 x table challenge... How many times tables can you write down in two minutes?

Other Challenges

Year 4 - Home Learning Pack: 

Click here to download the year 4 learning pack

Year 4 - Home Learning Ideas: 

WB: 15.6.2020

Subject

Activity Ideas

Reading

  • Read for 15 minutes every day - try and read a range of different items: books / comics / newspapers / online / leaflets / food packets etc. 
  • Keep a record of what you read each day in a list. 
  • Read the information on the webpage - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z82hsbk/articles/zg8q2hv
  • Summarise what you have read using bullet points for each item
  • Listen to an online story from :- https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/books/
  • Create a den to read a book in, try and create a unique place to read 

Writing

  • Research the habitat of an animal of your choice and make some notes on what you learn
  • Keep a healthy food diary of everything you eat over 2 days - include labelled pictures of some of your meals 
  • Create a poster with your favourite Stone Age facts - make it bright, colourful and engaging
  • Write about your favourite piece of technology that you think should have existed in the Stone Age times - how would it have changed events in the stone age? 
  • Create a list of at least 10 jobs people had to do in the Stone Age - how are they different to todays jobs? 
  • Create a word search with words related to the Stone Age

Maths

  • Practice your times tables every day
  • Create a poster all about column multiplication or division to help people learn the skills and methods
  • Design a poem to help you remember a new times table
  • Present the poem to an family member
  • Create a Venn diagram of modern tools, Stone Age tools and tools created in the Stone Age that we still use today
  • Plan, create and write some maths problems about Woolly Mammoths and their height and weight.
  • Make sure you have the answers too!
  • Get an adult to answer your word problems and then you can mark their work :) 

Other Challenges

  • Use your body language, sounds and words to act like a person from the Stone Age. Get photo evidence!
  • Draw what your cave would look like if you lived in the Stone Age
  • Take a photo of your work to share with us -  homelearning@richmond-pri.southend.sch.uk

Years three and four (Lower KS2)  have a book based curriculum that ensures coverage of all the National Curriculum subjects in an interesting and engaging way. 

Year 3 Subject Overview 

Year 4 Subject Overview