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Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 8 (1/7/21)

This will be your very last Maths homework in Year 4! laugh Practise the 12 times table for a test next Thursday (8/7/21). Choose from the following options:

  • Print off and play the Space Race game.
  • Complete the 12 Times Table activity sheet.
  • Print off and make the Fortune Teller.
  • Join Mrs Fersch with the 12 times table challenge (access to video on class page).

Post photos or videos onto Seesaw by Thursday 8th July 2021. 

Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 7 (24/6/21)

Practise the 4 times table for a test next Thursday (1/7/21) and choose from the following activities:

  • Print off and complete one or more of the worksheets below.
  • Do the 4 times table challenge with Mrs Fersch. (Access to video on class page.)

Post photos / videos of homework on Seesaw by Thursday 1st July 2021.

Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 6 (17/6/21)

Practise the 3 times table for a test next Thursday (24/6/21). Choose from the following activities:

  • Print off and play 'One to Twenty-one' (you will need a dice to generate numbers).
  • Play any of the computer games to test your knowledge of the 3 times table.

Post photos or videos of your homework on Seesaw by Thursday 24th June 2021.

Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 5 (27/5/21)

Practise the 2, 5 and 10 times tables for a mixed test on the first Thursday back after the half term holiday (17/6/21). One of the best ways to practise these is to take part in 'Telling the Time' activities. Choose from the following challenges:

  • Complete one or more of the worksheets posted below.
  • Follow the link to the Topmarks website to play some interactive time games. 

Post photos or videos of your homework on Seesaw by Thursday 17th June 2021.

Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 4 (20/5/21)

Practise your 9 times table for a test next Thursday (27/5/21). Choose one of the following tasks:

  • Print off and complete the worksheet posted below.
  • Join in with Mrs Fersch's 9 Times Table Challenge.
  • Film a video of yourself explaining the hand trick for the 9 times table (instructions below).

Complete and post your homework on Seesaw by Thursday 27th May 2021.

Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 3 (13/5/21)

This week we are learning the 8 times table for a test next Thursday (20/5/21). Choose one activity from the following:

  • Print off and play the Pairs or Snap game.
  • Do the 8 Times Table Challenge with Mrs Fersch (videos to be found on our main class page)
  • Print off and complete the 8 Times Table Practice worksheet posted below.

Post your homework on Seesaw. This needs to done by Thursday 20th May 2021.

Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 2 (6/5/21)

This week's challenge is to learn the 7 times table for a test next Thursday (13/5/21). Choose from the following options:

  • Print off and play the Bingo game posted below.
  • Play the Bingo game with Mrs Fersch from her 7 times table challenge video.
  • Make up your own game to help learn the 7 times table.

Post photos or videos of your task on Seesaw. This is to be completed by Thursday 13th May 2021.

Y4 Maths Homework - Summer Week 1 (29/4/21)

Your challenge this week is to learn your 6 times table ready for a test next Thursday. To help you do this, choose one of the following activities:

  • Create your own 6 times table worksheet. This can be done on the computer or handwritten. Include pictures to make it more interesting. (An example of an existing worksheet can be found below.)
  • Make your own quiz about the 6 times table using Powerpoint.
  • Record your own video explaining about the 6 times table. (Watch Mrs Fersch's videos to give you some inspiration!)

Remember to post your work on Seesaw for us to look at. This task is to be completed by Thursday 6th May.

Times Tables Games

Don't forget that there are plenty of games and resources online for you to practise your times tables. You can find links to some of them below.

Shape, Position and Movement Games

These fun maths games can help children recognise 2d and 3d shapes and understand the properties of shapes. There are maths games where children can practise finding lines of symmetry and recognise symmetrical shapes. Also included are coordinates games which give children hands on practise at identifying locations on grids, angles games and activities on areas and perimeters.

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