# Year 4 Maths task- Thursday 14th May

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you will just need a pen/pencil and paper today as you will be writing some sentences. Once you have finished your sentences, type them into the comments section of the blog please.

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Year 4 Maths task- Thursday 14th May

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Good morning everyone,

you will just need a pen/pencil and paper today as you will be writing some sentences. Once you have finished your sentences, type them into the comments section of the blog please.

- Reception Home Learning Thursday 14th May
- Year 4 History task week 6

1.

the whole is a group of 2 counters.

the whole is a group of 4 counters.

the whole is a group of 6 counters.

2.

the same is that you add on 2 each time and the diffrence is that 6 counters are yellow and 6 counters are red.

3.

the whole is a group 4 of lolly sticks.

the whole is a group of 5 lolly sticks.

the whole is a group of 8 lolly sticks.

4.

the same is that you still use groups of the difference is even odd even.

5.

the large class is nearly empty and the small glass is nearly full.

6.

the teddy was thinking about the small glass.

7.

if the whole is eurpe, then spainis a small part of europe.

Thank you for your clearly laid out responses to Maths Brooke, excellent!

As the plate increases in size the peas remain the same, each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole.

As the counters increase in size the red counters remain the same, each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole.

If the whole is Europe then Norway is smaller part than Sweden.

If the whole is Europe, then Czech Republic is quite a small part of the whole

Great responses to Maths, hope you are enjoying the videos.

1)as the plate gets bigger the peas are a smaller part of the whole

2)as the square size increases the part becomes smaller

3)the whole is a group of 6 counters

4)the yellow part remains the same as the whole gets bigger

5)the whole is a group of 8 sticks

6)the red part becomes smaller as the whole increases

7)the classrooms make a large part of the school

8)the whole is europe and italy is a small part of the whole

9)the whole is europe and greece is a small part

10)the whole is europe then estonia is a smaller part than greece

Fantastic Finlay, hope you are enjoying the maths videos

1. The difference is that on one side there is one row of red squares and on the other side there is two rows of red squares.

2. The same thing is that the wholes go up because its adding on two counters.

3. The same about this is that there is two red lolly sticks in each group.

4.a) My home is a small part of my court.

b) My home is a small part of Europe.

c) My home is a small part of the world.

Thank you Holly Louise, I hope your enjoying the Maths

1. the whole is 2 counters. the whole is 4 counters. the whole is 6 counters. 2. The same is that you add two on each time and the difference is that 6 counters are yellow’s and 6 counters are red. 3. The whole is a group 4 of lolly sticks. The whole is a group 5 of lolly sticks. The whole is a group 8 of lolly sticks. 4. The same is that you still use the groups to the difference even odd even. 5. The large glass is nearly empty and the small glass is nearly full. 6. The teddy was thinking about the small glass. 7. The whole Europe is Estonia is a smaller part than greece.

Great job Regina

As the plate increases in size the peas remain the same, each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole.

As the counters increase in size the red counters remain the same, each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole.

If the whole is Europe then Norway is smaller part then sweeden.

If the whole is Europe , then Czech Republic is quite a small part of the whole

My home is a small part East Paddock court.

My home is a smaller part of Lings.

My home is a smaller part of Northampton.

My home is a smaller part of England.

My home is a smaller part of UK.

As the plate added in size the peas left the same each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole .

As the counters add in size the red counters left the same each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole .

If the whole is Europe then Norway is smaller part then than Sweden .

If the whole is Europe then Czech Republic is quiet a a small part of the whole

1.the whole is 2 counters.

the whole is 4 counters.

the whole is 6 counters.

2.the same is that you add two on each time and the difference is that there’s 6 yellow and 6 red.

3.the whole is a group of 4 lolly sticks.

the whole is a group of 5 lolly sticks.

the whole is a group of 8 lolly sticks.

4.the same is that you still use the groups to the difference even odd repeative.

5.the small glass is nearly full and the large is nearly empty.

6.teddy was thinking about the small glass with a sentence

didn’t get it

The red bits and white are different.

In the little cup is the large is the large part of the water.

if the whole is Europe then poland is a small part of the whole.

if Norphampton is the whole then my home is small part of the whole.

my home is a small part of Norpampton

my home is a small part of the world

my home is a small part of a street

Great understanding Alex

My home is a small part of a block of homes.

My home is a smaller part of Northampton.

My house is a smaller part of England.

My house is a smaller part of the UK.

My house is a smaller part of Europe.

Great response.

As the whole increases in size and the size of the selected part remains the same, each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole

Very true Max.

My home is a small part of Lings wood park.

My home is a smaller part of Lings

My home is a smaller part of Northampton

My home is a smaller part of the Uk

My home is a smaller part of the Europe

Fantastic Kiran.

My home is a small part of my street.

My home is a smaller part of my district.

My home is a smaller part of my town.

My home is a smaller part of my county.

My home is a smaller part of my country.

Great use of sentence stems in Maths.

As the whole increases in size and the size of the selected part remains the same, each part becomes smaller in relation to the whole