4th Class Plan of work

4th Class Plan of work

Ms. Casey & Ms. Flynn

18th May-29th May

This 2 week plan applies to all boys in Ms Casey and Ms Flynn’s 4th Class from Monday 18th May -Friday 29th May

Ms Casey can be contacted during school hours by emailing acasey@scoillorcain.com

Ms Flynn can be contacted during school hours by emailing sflynn@scoillorcain.com

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

We hope everyone is keeping safe and well during this difficult time.

Please find below some suggested activities for the boys to do over the two-week period, 18th-29th May. There is no pressure to get all the work done, we ask that you complete what you can.

We would encourage the boys to continue to engage in other activities that they might not usually have time to do such as helping with cooking, baking, gardening etc.

Remember if you need any help or assistance, we can be contacted on our email addresses above during school hours. We would be more than happy to help with any problems you may have.

Also, have a look on the website for our feedback Friday sheet, we would love to hear from the boys each Friday & how they are finding the work. We love getting photos of what the boys are getting up to & we can share these on the school website for their friends to see.

 

Regards

 

Ms. Casey & Ms. Flynn

 

 

 

 

 

We will be using books from both Folens and Edco websites so here is how to access them.

 

How to access:

Folens E books:

  1. Go to www.folensonline.ie
  2. Click Register
  3. Select Teacher
  4. Fill in a username and password (make up your own)
  5. Roll Number: Prim20

 

Edco e – books

  1. Go to www.edcolearning.ie/login
  2. Fill in username with: primaryedcobooks
  3. Fill in password with: edco2020 

 

 

Maths:

Note: Free access to ‘Cracking Maths’ (Gill & MacMillan) 4th class e-book.

Go to https://gilleducation.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ad704fc6f018fd2a1e76af33a&id=115b9f1a79&e=40b03fb1d6

 (Please bear in mind we operate maths groups in 4th class so some groups may have covered on a particular topic).

Maths Time 4 (Edco)

Mental maths- 1 to be done each day (e.g. a Monday, b Tuesday)

 

Week 1:

We would like to boys to complete some revision based on topics completed to date.

 

 

 

 

 

Addition:

6543+879= 1096+2786= 546+2067= 147+2543+87=

 

Subtraction:

 

5642-789=

 

3007-1890= 7000-2675= 3454-3189=

 

Multiplication:

65 x 4 = _____

28 x 7 = _____

165 x 3 = ______

345 x 5 = _______

Long multiplication: (remember to write the sum vertical to make it easier to complete & don’t forget to write down your zero before multiplying by the tens number).

89 x 21 = ______

43 x 22 = ______

86 x 19 = _____

145 x 33 = ______

 

Decimals

Put theses decimals in order from smallest to biggest:

  1. 3, 3.3, 0.33, 3.33

______________________

  1. 17, 1.07, 7.1, 7.01

_________________________

  1. 04, 4.05, 4.5, 4.05

__________________________

Write these decimals as fractions: (remember 1 number after the decimal point means the number is over 10 e.g. 0.6=6/10, 2 numbers after the decimal point means the number is over 100 eg. 0.54=54/100)

  1. 65 _____
  2. 8 ______
  3. 19 ______
  4. 3 ______
  5. 33 ______

 

Week 2:

Cracking Maths – 4th Class e-book 

Chapter 13 Length pg 90-104

 

  1. Discuss:

Do we use centimetres or metres to measure?

  1. our kitchen table
  2. length of a room
  3. our height
  4. our finger
  5. the Eiffel Tower

Complete page 90

 

 

 

 

  1. Measuring

Using the ruler you got with your books complete the following table

Item Estimate (cm) Measure (cm) Good or bad estimate
Maths book      
Length of table      
Height of door      

 

  1. Centimetres & metres (100cm = 1metre)

10cm = 1/10m = 0.1m                              460cm = 4m 60cm = 4.6m

20cm = 2/10m = 0.2m                              280cm = 2m 80cm = 2.8m

30cm = 3/10m = 0.3m                              190cm = 1m 90cm =1.9m

40cm = 4/10m = 0.4m

50cm = ½ m = 0.5m

60cm = 6/10m = 0.6m

70cm = 7/10m = 0.7m

80cm = 8/10m = 0.8m

90cm = 9/10m = 0.9m

100cm = 10/10m = 1.0m

Complete pages 92 & 93 in your maths book.

 

  1. Adding & subtracting centimetres & metres

Adding & subtracting centimetres & metres is the same as normal addition & subtraction. You must just remember to keep centimetres under centimetres & metres under metres. You add as normal.

Complete pages 94, 95 & 96 q8

 

 

  1. Perimeter

Perimeter means the length of all sides of a shape.

                            7cm

 

4cm                                                     4cm

 

                                  7cm

To get the perimeter of this shape we would add up all the sides:

4cm + 7cm + 4cm + 7cm = 22cm

                                    5cm                  5cm

 

 

                              5cm                               5cm

                                                    

                                                 5cm

To get the perimeter of this shape we would add up all the sides:

5cm + 5cm + 5cm +5cm + 5cm = 25cm

Complete page 100 q1 & 2

 

English:

Remember to engage in as much DEAR time (Drop Everything And Read) as possible over the next two weeks.

Week 1:

Comprehension:

Exercise Your English (Edco)

Read ‘Sports Day’ Unit 12 pg 70 & 71

Answer A: 1-8 pg 71 & C pg 71.

 

 

 

Poem:

Exercise Your English (Edco)

Read the poem ‘The Marrog’ (Unit 12, Page 68)

Find the rhyming words in the poem

Grammar:

Sentences unit 14 pg 85

Writing:

Pick a fairy-tale story of your choice (just like the activity we had started in class). Write your own version of this fairy-tale with a dramatic twist! Don’t forget to read your story to somebody at home!

 

Week 2:

Comprehension:

Exercise Your English (Edco)

Read Multi Sports Camp Unit 15 page 88

Answer part A & C pg 89

(Make sure to write full sentences!!)

 

Cloze:

Twinkl (free access)

The Sun

 

Grammar:

Paragraph pg 85

 

Writing:

Pretend you are setting up your own camp. Design a brochure like the 1 you read this week to encourage people to come. We would love to see some of your designs by email.

 

Gaeilge:

Over the next fortnight, we would like to you look at the chapter ‘Sa Bhaile’ (At home).

Don’t forget to go over your Irish questions that we do every day in class!

  • Cad is anim duit? (What’s your name)
  • Conas atá tú? (How are you)
  • Cá bhfuil tú I do chónaí? (Where do you live)
  • Cén lá atá ann inniu? (What day is it today)
  • Conas atá an aimsir? (What is the weather like?)

 

Bua na Cainte 4 (Edco):

An Teilifís pg 160-170

We would like the children to try their very best and engage in the following activities:

  • Pg 160 An Seomra Suí. Remember faoin = under, os cionn = above, taobh thiar = behind, in aice leis = beside, ag an = at, ar an = on, os comhair = in front of.
  • Pg 163 Sceideal Teilfise. Remember tosaíonn = starts.
  • Pg 167 Cúige Uladh
  • Pg 168 Ag féachaint ar an teilifís

 

History

Edco Window on the World History 4

Ten Suns

Read page 10-13

Page 14 Question Time

 

Geography

Edco: Window on the World 4 (Geography)

Unit 2 Mission to Mars

Read page 10-13.

Answer Question Time page 14

Pick 1 activity from Creative Time page 14

 

Art:

Complete a drawing/ painting/ construction/ colouring activity of your choice. Send a picture of your art work to your teacher so they can upload it to the Scoil Lorcain website so your friends can see what you have created!