Maths

Do not complete pages in your workbook. If you have finished your worksheet then try a challenge. The challenges can be found after lesson 5.

Multiplication method

Have a look at the method below.

1. Line up the numbers in the correct columns (see blue numbers)

2. Multiply the ones column by 3 (1 x 3) and write it underneath the question.

3. Multiply the tens column by 3 (70 x 3) and write it underneath the ones answer.

4. Multiply the hundreds by 3 (300 x 3) and write it underneath the tens answer.

5. Add up the answers (black numbers).

6. Write the full answer in the answer box (red numbers).

Make sure the digits are in the correct columns.

Lesson 1

__Goal: To use column multiplication.__

Complete the multiplication questions.

I have attached 3 worksheets.

Tricky - 1 digit multiplication

Trickier - 2 digit multiplication

Trickiest – 3 digit multiplication

You can do these on the sheet or in your book.

Lesson 2

__Goal: To use column multiplication.__

Continue with the multiplication questions from yesterday.

If you did tricky yesterday then try trickier today.

If you did trickier yesterday then try trickiest today.

If you did trickiest yesterday then try a challenge today.

You can do these on the sheet or in your book.

Lesson 3

__Goal: To multiply 3 numbers.__

Complete the multiplication questions.

I have attached 1 worksheet.

If you complete the questions then try the challenge questions after lesson 5.

You can do these on the sheet or in your book.

Lesson 4

__Goal: To solve multiplication word problems.__

Complete the word problems.

I have attached 3 worksheets. If you find one worksheet too easy then move onto the next one.

Tricky – 1 digit by 1 digit multiplication

Trickier - 2 digit by 1 digit multiplication

Trickiest - 3 digit by 1 digit multiplication

You can do these on the sheet or in your book.

Don't forget to show your working out.

Lesson 5

__Arithmetic paper__

Try as many questions as you can.

Don't forget to show your working out.

Challenges

I have attached 3 challenges.

If you are speeding through the work then have a go at a challenge.

__English__

All of the work can be completed in your home learning book.

__Lesson 1__

__Goal: To practise writing speech __

We use speech in a story to show when a character is speaking.

Use the speech checklist to practice writing your own speech.

Write at least 10 pieces of speech.

__Lesson 2 __

__Goal: To correct the speech mistakes __

We have made some mistakes when we were writing our speech.

Write the speech out correctly. You can use the speech checklist to help you.

**Challenge:** Write what mistake/s we made.

Next week, the answers will be on the website and you can mark your work.

__Lesson 3__

__Goal: To find different words for said __

Make your own poster for different words that we can use instead of said

For example:

- Shouted
- Yelled
- Whispered
- Answered
- Replied

__Lesson 4__

__Goal: To find different adverbs __

Make your own poster for different adverbs that we can use when we are writing speech. Think about how someone might say something.

For example:

- Angrily
- Happily
- Anxiously
- Suspiciously

__Lesson 5__

SPAG

Choose 10 spellings from the Year 3 and 4 spelling list and put these into sentences. Remember to use capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and neat handwriting.

Reading

All of the work can be completed in your home learning book.

__Lesson 1__

Read a book of your choice or your AR book.

__Lesson 2 __

Design a different front cover for the book that you have been reading. Be creative!

__Lesson 3____ __

Make a list of the nouns, verbs, fronted adverbials, adjectives and expanded noun phrases in the book that you have been reading. If your book does not have any then you should write some of your own. You could draw a table like mine.

**Noun-** The name of a person (Sarah), place (Spain) or object (Something that you can touch) (Pencil)

**Verb-** A word that shows an action (Jump, run, skip)

**Adjective-** A word used to describe a noun (Sparkly, shiny)

**Fronted adverbial-** A word or a phrase at the beginning of a sentence which describes the verb in the sentence. It describes where, when and how. (Often, I run to the park)

**Expanded noun phrase-** 2 adjectives and a noun (The dark, gloomy lake)

__Lesson 4__

Read a book of your choice or your AR book aloud with lots of expression.

__Lesson 5__

Create and draw a new best friend for Iron Man. Label their different features. Remember to give them a name!

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