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Wednesday 29th April

Wednesday 29th April



Please go to:

Go to Week 2 Lesson 4 – Fractions of a set of objects (3) and watch the video.

While you are watching the video, it might tell you to pause it at certain points and complete some questions. Please take a look at the question sheet I have attached below called ‘Fractions of a set of objects (3)’. Once you have finished the questions, you can check your answers using the answer sheet.


The questions are a bit more difficult today than other lessons. Don’t worry if you don’t understand all of it. The questions have lots of steps to follow. Just do as many as you can, even if it’s only a couple. It might be best to focus more on questions 1 to 5 and leave questions 6 to 10, as these are the most difficult ones. Please don’t spend hours trying to do the work.


We haven’t learnt about perimeter yet but if you would like to have a go at question 10, to find the perimeter of a shape you add together each side. For example, if one side of a square was 5cm, the perimeter of the square would be 20cm since a square has 4 equal sides. 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = 20 or 5 x 4 = 20. Remember that in a rectangle the 2 longer sides will be the same length and the 2 shorter sides will be the same length.

Also remember for the money questions that there is 100p in £1. You will have to convert the pounds to pence in some questions.


Guided Reading

If you don’t know which book you are reading, please look back at the page Week 3 Wednesday 22nd April.


Please read the following pages first and then complete the questions attached below.

Paris Adventure – Read to page 12.

Nelly the Monster Sitter – Read to page 20.

Dick Whittington – Read to page 30.

Jellyfish Shoes – Read to page 19.

The Personality Potion – Read to page 33.


Spelling / Handwriting

Keep practising your spellings ready for Friday! Please also spend a bit of time practising your handwriting either onto handwriting paper or in your morning book. You could practise some of the Year 3 / 4 spellings. Remember to join your letters.