Remember to download your activity sheets from the bottom of the page.
At the end of the page is a worksheet. Show that you can convert between decimals and fractions to show tenths and hundredths.
2/10 = 0.2 12/100 = 0.12 0.7 = 7/10 174/100 = 1.74
On https://www.splashlearn.com/math-skills/fourth-grade/decimals/decimals-and-fractions-hundredths there is a game requiring you to show hundredths as decimals and as fractions. You can practice there too.
If you're not sure how to do this, think about your place value columns and try watching these videos to help you.
Use the column method to solve the addition problems below. Remember to keep your numbers in the correct columns and carry over carefully.
Word Problems: Addition
1627 children are in the swimming pool. An extra 284 children enter the swimming pool. How many children are in the swimming pool in total?
There are 2134 children in Year 3 and 278 children in Year 4. How many children are there in Years 3 and 4?
In my lunchbox I have a sandwich and an apple. My sandwich weighs 1378g and my apple weighs 138g. What is the weight of my lunchbox?
Use https://www.theschoolrun.com/what-are-fronted-adverbials to recap what fronted adverbials are.
At the bottom of the page is an activity where you need to rearrange the sentence so that it has a fronted adverbial.
Don't forget the comma!
Read these sentences and correct the capital letters, full stops and spelling mistakes.
Now can you use this video to write your own sentences using a capital letter and a full stop?
Recently, it was Science week and we didn't get the chance to take part in any experiments or investigations. During this time at home, you could complete some interesting Science experiments. There is an e-book below with 10 simple experiments which you may have all necessary equipment for already.
When the email addresses are ready, feel free to send pictures of your experiment, maybe even with a small description of what you did.