Year 4 Home learning – Due in 28th June

Maths

This week the children have been looking at coordinates. Using the challenge, can you use the coordinates to create the picture?

Please use the square paper provided to complete your work.

Maths

Challenge 1

  1. 8392 + 1423 =
  2. 1628 + 628 =
  3. 1782 – 372 =
  4. 9012 – 783 =
  5. 73 x 8 =
  6. 58 x 7 =

Challenge 2

  1. 18923 + 2834 =
  2. 9892 + 4832 =
  3. 17283 – 9283 =
  4. 5762 – 1872 =
  5. 728 x 8 =
  6. 742 x 5 =

How To Make An Anthony Browne Character Mask Using Coordinates

 

You will need an A4 sheet of cm2 paper, an A4 sheet of thin card, a pencil, ruler, glue, scissors and colouring pencils/crayons.

 

Draw an x and y-axis on the squared paper. Both should go from 0 – 18.

Now plot these coordinates:

  1. (3,7) (2, 8) (2, 15) (5, 17) (13, 17) (16, 15) (16, 8) (15, 7). Join the dots in order.
  2. (4, 7) (3, 8) (3, 14) (6, 16) (12, 16) (15, 14) (15, 8) (14, 7). Join the dots in order.
  3. (5, 11) (4, 12) (4, 13) (5, 14) (6, 14) (7, 13) (7, 12) (6, 11). Join the dots in order.
  4. (12, 11) (11, 12) (11, 13) (12, 14) (13, 14) (14, 13) (14, 12) (13, 11). Join the dots in order.
  5. (6, 7) (6, 9) (8, 9) (8, 7). Join the dots in order.
  6. (10, 7) (10, 9) (12, 9) (12, 7). Join the dots in order.
  7. (2, 10) (1, 10) (0, 11) (0, 14) (1, 15) (2, 15). Join the dots in order.
  8. (2, 11) (1, 11) (1, 14) (2, 14). Join the dots in order.
  9. (16, 10) (16, 15) (17, 15) (18, 14) (18, 11) (17, 10). Join the dots in order.
  10. (16, 11) (16, 14) (17, 14) (17, 11). Join the dots in order.
  11. (2, 0) (0, 2) (0, 5) (2, 7) (16, 7) (18, 5) (18, 2) (16, 0). Join the dots in order.
  12. (2, 2) (1, 3) (1, 4) (2, 5) (16, 5) (17, 4) (17, 3) (16, 2). Join the dots in order.
  13. (2, 3) (2, 4) (16, 4) (16, 3). Join the dots in order.

 

You should now have a face which appears in many of Anthony Browne’s books!

Glue the sheet of paper to the sheet of card, then cut out the face and eyes.

Colour in the face.

Cut a long thin piece of card and attach the ends to the ears of the mask to form a headband.

Your mask is finished!

 

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