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Welcome to the home learning page for Year 4.

 

If you need to contact your child's teacher then please email:

jade.hutchinson@elmtreeprimary.suffolk.sch.uk

heidi.chenery@elmtreeprimary.suffolk.sch.uk

gemma.oldman@elmtreeprimary.suffolk.sch.uk

Maths investigations

 

 

29.6.20

This week there are two Nrich tasks to choose from - both relating to money. Choose one to
have a go at.

The Puzzling Sweet shop - https://nrich.maths.org/223

How Much Did it Cost? - https://nrich.maths.org/5949

 

22.6.20

Have a go at Which Scripts maths investigation this week - it will really test your place value knowledge!

https://nrich.maths.org/774

 

15.6.20

Have a go at Spiralling decimals either on your own or with someone else at home. We have looked at this before but now with the extra work on decimals you might find it a bit less challenging!

https://nrich.maths.org/10326

 

8.6.20

Have a go at Factors and Multiples for Two this week to test your knowledge of factors and multiples.

https://nrich.maths.org/10080

 

1.6.20

Have a go at playing this game with someone else at home. You will need dice for it, or you could use playing cards to represent 0-9. If you're feeling creative, you could also make your own spinner!

https://nrich.maths.org/13261

 

11.5.20

Have a go at completing the coded hundred square. There is both an interactive and printable version of this investigation. It will really test your place value knowledge!

https://nrich.maths.org/6554

 

4.5.20

Click on the link below to have a go at Reach 100.

https://nrich.maths.org/1130

 

27.4.20

Using what you know about the amount of days in each month, have a go at this sorting activity. Can you get the months in the correct order?

https://nrich.maths.org/10322

 

20.4.20

Click on the link below to solve the Zios and Zepts problem. 
This problem will need you to think about your multiples of 3 and 7.

https://nrich.maths.org/1005

 

30.3.20

Click on the link below to have a go at Maze 100. 

Using only adding, can you make 100? Is there more than one way? Can you work systematically?
https://nrich.maths.org/91

 

25.3.20

Click on the link below and see if you can find the missing multipliers. Once you've completed the 4 by 4 grid, can you challenge yourself to a bigger grid?

https://nrich.maths.org/mobile

 

 

 


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