Welcome to Year 4!
Your child will be learning about a range of factors which contribute to a healthy lifestyle, including healthy eating, physical activity, sleep and use of free time. They will revisit the Eatwell plate which they will have been introduced to in Year 1/2 and use it to plan healthy, balanced meals. They will learn about the physical and mental benefits of regular exercise and will consider the relationship between physical activity and nutrition. They will consider influences on people?s food choices and think about the benefits to our health of different kinds of food. They will be encouraged to think about the wider meaning of a healthy lifestyle, including sleep, dental hygiene, leisure activities and emotional health and wellbeing. They will be given the opportunity to plan and prepare healthy snacks and / or meals, perhaps when learning about religious festivals or enjoying a class or whole school celebration. They will become more aware of the healthy choices they can make and will be encouraged to think about their own lifestyles and whether they can make changes to become healthier.
We've only just started learning about the Tudors. There is so much more for you to find out about, so start here.
This is a fun game to help you understand tens and units.
Some of us will have used this in class to help us understand bigger numbers.
Practise adding tens and units as a written sum. Remember to add the units first.
Practise putting numbers in the right place on a number square. Don't forget to cover all the numbers before you start playing.
Look here for some of your favourite primary games. Remember Eggs on Legs and Balloon Burst?
Can you recognise a right angle even when it is upside down? Sort these shapes, looking at the right angles.
This website shows the process of making chocolate from start to finish
Practise reading different scales by playing this game.
Play this game to help you remember what you have learned in the classroom.
Practise your coordinates here!
Facts about shapes, including lines of symmetry.