# 7.05.20 – Year 4 W Home learning Maths

Morning year 4, today in maths we are going to do a topic review of decimals. Follow the code below to complete the task on LBQ. It is important that you are resilient and try your best on these questions as it reviews everything we have learned about decimals!

When you have completed it please explain what you have learnt about decimals.

## 45 thoughts on “7.05.20 – Year 4 W Home learning Maths”

1. Alina B.

I cant get in

2. Bethany M.

We did it last night but it was late and now the code is not working ☹️

• Mrs Raja-Khan

Oh, now I see.
Wait for the next one set and make sure you do your best!

3. Bethany M.

It didn’t work ☹️

• Mrs Raja-Khan

Please check that you are on your class blog (not the other year 4 classes).
Keep Safe!

4. Bethany M.

I will try this task 👌😁

5. Qasim K.

i completed this task… it was hard.

6. Absi P.

I will complete today.

7. Abubaker R.

I did it.

• Miss Phillpotts

Well done Abubaker, I can see you tried really hard today and completed the more challenging questions- excellent!

• Alexis J.

Miss when we come back to school do we have to wear a mask?

8. Umaiza T.

I did both of the quizzes and on the math quiz the last four were very hard.

• Miss Phillpotts

Well done for challenging yourself and attempting those challenging questions Umaiza! That’s how we learn by trying our best!

9. Rajbir B.

I am going to do it now

• Miss Phillpotts

Well done Rajbir! Try this one again-
What is 3.6 kg rounded to the nearest whole kilogram?

10. Armaan M.

Done

• Miss Phillpotts

Great Armaan! I noticed you are completing Maths and Drawing blogs, but not English, Topic and Science. Please catch up these subject tasks from this week Armaan. It is important to keep gaining in all areas- this prepares us for the future.

11. Archi P.

i did it

• Miss Phillpotts

Wow Archi! All 30 Questions complete- fantastic work!

12. Mikolaj P.

I have done it

• Miss Phillpotts

• Miss Phillpotts

Don’t worry- I found your work, it was on the 4 Blue code instead! Good job Mikolaj, just make sure you are reading the code on the 4 White page next time.

13. I have completed the task

• Mrs Diaz

Great! What have you learnt today about decimals?

I have done this.

• Mrs Diaz

• Miss Phillpotts

Wow Hamaad, all the way to question 30- super work!

15. Zaid M.

• Miss Phillpotts

I can’t see your name on there Zaid…

• Zaid M.

I don`t know why but I`m sure I did it.

• Miss Phillpotts

Don’t worry Zaid I believe you- I think there was an internet problem. You don’t have to repeat the task!

• Safya S.

yep

16. Boluwatife I.

I did it miss

• Miss Phillpotts

How many tenths are in 0.29?

Use your knowledge of place value to help you. How would you represent this number using PV counters?

17. Alexis J.

I done it!

• Miss Phillpotts

You mean”I did it”. Alexis, I can’t see your name on my LBQ screen are you sure you completed the correct task?

18. Zain A.

I did it

• Mrs Diaz

• Miss Phillpotts

Zain, on my LBQ dashboard it says you only completed the first question…please give your best effort to the task.

19. Abdirahman D.

I did lbq

• Miss Phillpotts

Good Abdirahman. Think carefully about how many tenths and hundredths are in each decimal. Use the place value chart to help you.
For example:
There are 4 tenths in 0.42. There are 2 hundredths in 0.42
1) There are ____ tenths in 0.76.
2) There are ____ hundredths in 0.76.
3) 1/2 = 0.5. There are _____ tenths in 1/2.
4) 1/4 – 0.25 There are _____ hundredths in 1/4.

20. Yahya K.

I have done it

• Miss Phillpotts

Good, a few questions tricked you there Yahya:
How many tenths are in 0.29? Try drawing PV counters to help you.
How many tenths are in 1/2?
Have another try and see if you can push yourself to get past the first 10 questions!

• Yahya K.

I tried going back on but I wouldn’t let me do it all over agin

• Miss Phillpotts

Okay Yahya, no problem- just try the two questions I gave you in your book.