Happy Thursday Year 4!
How are you today? I hope you are getting stuck in to your home learning activities and getting on well.
It's another sunny day today which I hope has put a smile on your faces. It definitely makes me smile while I'm working away on my computer :)
Remember, work doesn't need to be printed out, just add a subheading in your book and lay it out in a way that works for you.
Have a great day
Today we will be comparing decimals and understanding which numbers are greater and smaller than one another.
When comparing decimals, remember to look at the tenths column first as this is larger than the hundredths. If a number has the greatest amount of tenths, then it doesn’t matter how many hundredths it has, that is the greatest number. eg. 0.54 is greater than 0.29 because it has 5 tenths compared to 2.
If a number has the same number of tenths then you need to compare the hundredths. The number with the greatest hundredths digit will be the greatest number. eg. 0.67 is greater than 0.61 because it has 7 hundredths compared to 1.
Use < or > to show less than or greater than…
< means less than eg. 0.16 < 0.61
> means more than eg. 0.41 > 0.4
Make an Easter themed obstacle course – in the garden or at home! Ideas include:
Looking after yourself and keeping safe is so important, especially throughout these challenging times.
Read through the PowerPoint and then have a go at the personal hygiene plan. Then open up the sheet that says hazards around the home and work through the websites.