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Help your child master the topics covered in Year 4, including times tables, partitioning, shapes and measurements in maths and examining different types of text and improving spelling, punctuation and grammar in English, with hundreds of Year 4 English worksheets and Year 4 maths worksheets.
7 English and maths focus areas for Year 4 children
Teacher, education writer and mum Phoebe Duffy shares her tips about what to focus on with Year 4 children to support their learning at home.
What your child learns in Year 4 maths, English and science
Help your child prepare for the concepts and topics covered in Year 4 by knowing ahead of time what they’ll be learning in class.
How your Year 4 child develops
Sociable and independent – here’s what to expect from your child in Year 4.
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Division facts for the 9 times table tutorial
How confident are you on your division facts for the 9 times table. Our digital teacher can show you a great method. Then have a practice with the questions she sets, and she’ll tell you if you’ve got the hang of it!
Converting measurements between grams and kilograms tutorial
Let our digital teacher show you how to convert measurements between grams and kilograms, then see if you can answer some on-screen questions.
Recognising decimal equivalents of a quarter, a half and three quarters tutorial
Let our digital teacher show you how to recognise decimal equivalents of a quarter, a half and three quarters, and then see if you can answer the on-screen questions.
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Planning and writing a story set in an imaginary world
Green or barren, deserted or populated by amazing creatures – it’s time to enter an imaginary world! Your child will need to write a story set in an environment of their choosing, using the planning frame to help them organise their ideas before they put pen to paper.
Y4 length word problems
Can you answer these word problems using centimetres and metres?
Y4 tricky number sequences
Can you complete these number sequences? They are not related to your times tables, so you will need to think hard about each one! Some of the sequences go backwards and some include negative numbers.
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Year 4 Booster packs in English and Maths
From number sequences and rounding to subtracting with the partitioning or column methods, the Year 4 Maths Booster pack will help your child consolidate key mathematical skills and knowledge in a quick daily practice session — and offer some fun revision problems and activities to try.
Put Year 4 literacy skills and knowledge into practice the fun way with wordsearches, mix and match activities, play scripts and more with the Year 4 English Booster pack – a great way to revise all the core literacy learning objectives for Year 4.
Discover a unique Year 4 Learning Journey programme in maths and English
The Year 4 Learning Journey programme for English and maths covers all the key topics in the curriculum for Year 4, in just two worksheets a week. By following the programme, which closely mirrors what your child is being taught in school, you’ll quickly be able to spot any topics that your child hasn’t fully grasped and reinforce learning that is happening in the classroom at home.
Your child will feel more confident in their own abilities and you’ll know you are giving your child the very best chance of succeeding in school. Plus, you can check progress easily with the Year 4 English Progress check and the Year 4 Maths Progress check. Download the three tests (one for each term) now to see the key topics your child needs to master and identify any areas they need to practise and revise.
Let the Homework Gnome help with your topic homework
In Year 4, your child will cover some core learning areas of history and geography. For many of these topic-areas, you’ll find top facts, timelines, did you knows, pictures, videos and more, in the Homework Gnome. Why not check out the following:
- The Anglo-Saxons
- The Vikings
- Julius Caesar
- The Romans
- The Tudors
- King Henry VIII
- Egyptian life and culture
- Pyramids and mummies
- Caring for the environment
- Bones and muscles
- Desert habitats
- Forest and woodland habitats
- Grassland habitats
- Marine habitats
- Polar habitats
- Rainforest habitats
100 Maths Homework Activities for Year 4 By John Davies | Used | 9780439018470
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Each book in this series provides follow-up or supporting homework activities, together with teachers’ notes advising on: the objective of the work, the classroom lesson context to which it is appropriate, setting the homework and what to with it when children bring it.
100 Maths Homework Activities for Year 4 Summary
100 Maths Homework Activities for Year 4 by John Davies
100 MATHS HOMEWORK ACTIVITIES is a series of six photocopiable teachers’ resource books designed as a ‘spin-off’ from the ‘100 Maths Lessons’ series. Each book focuses on the ‘100 lessons’ to provide follow-up or supporting homework activities, together with teachers’ notes advising on: the objective of the work, the classroom lesson context to which it is appropriate (for teachers using the book as a stand-alone resource), setting the homework and what to do with it when the children bring it back, including marking if necessary. The activities cover the range of homework types suggested by the NNS and address all the strands of the ‘framework for Teaching Mathematics’: Number and the number system, Calculations, Problem-solving, Handling data and Shape, space and measures. In terms of parental support, each photocopiable page will include a note to the parent about the purpose of the activity and how to help the child if he/she gets stuck. The introduction will discuss establishing dialogue with parents. This book concentrates on using the children’s skills with bigger numbers and particularly to develop calculation strategies: looking for patterns in the thousands and adding three — and four- digit numbers, for example. All the NNS homework types are represented. * Homework recommended and modelled by the NNS — approach and content ‘approved’ * Covers all types of homework recommended and all strands of NNS, including handling data and spatial concepts * Linked to 100 main lessons of the highly successful ‘100 Maths Lessons’ (but will stand alone) — a ready market * Encourages parental involvement by providing parental support.
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Is it necessary to help a child with homework — Uchi.ru magazine
We tell you how to build the process of doing homework in order to motivate a child to do it on their own
Knows from her own experience how to help children with homework
000Z»> May 16, 2022
- Parental opinion
- Opinion of teachers and psychologists
- Checklist: how to help your child with studies and do no harm
Should parents do homework with their child? It seems that there can be no right answer to this question: all children are different, the requirements of teachers and programs are the same, and parents do not always have the opportunity to immerse themselves in school studies. But how to make sure that all participants in the educational process feel comfortable? We tried to figure it out.
The material was prepared with the help of experts: primary school teachers Nadezhda Shcheveleva and Natalia Ivanova, psychologist Yulia Aleksandrova and parents of primary school students.
The essence of homework in elementary school is to repeat the material covered in class. That is, children must cope with such tasks on their own — after all, today or not so long ago they did the same thing in the classroom, it remains only to consolidate the acquired skills. But not always for children, especially in primary school, it turns out to immediately take responsibility for doing homework. This happens for several reasons:
- At the age of 6-7, a schoolchild has not yet fully formed voluntary attention: that is, he does not always manage to do something because he has to, and not because he has fun doing it. It can be physically difficult for him to force himself to sit down for lessons and not be distracted.
- The tasks themselves are designed in such a way that the parent’s help is required: to make a report, find something on the Internet, collect leaflets on the street.
- Difficulties with the task. They can arise for various reasons: the child does not succeed, something distracted him in the lesson and he did not understand the topic or missed the lesson due to illness and now does not know how to solve an example or write down a sentence.
It is not always possible for children in primary school to immediately take responsibility for doing homework. Photo: Barre/shutterstock.com
As a result, parents are involved in doing homework. For some, doing homework together is one of the ways to better understand the child, to deal with the difficulties that he has in his studies, for other parents, homework is an additional burden and a reason for conflicts.
Mother of a first-grader
To be honest, when my daughter was in first grade, I was worried about homework. I read many articles that children sit at lessons for 4-5 hours, parents sit with them, everyone screams and quarrels. But my daughter has been studying for six months now and everything is calm with us: yes, there are homework assignments, but she can do it herself, in extreme cases, she asks me a question if something is not clear. But this rarely happens. So far, I decided for myself that my task is to control whether she did her homework or not. But let’s see what happens next — perhaps the tasks will become more difficult and my help will be needed. I am mentally prepared for this.
But it also happens that already in the first grade, homework becomes the most difficult test in school life — both for the child and for the parents. Why? There are many nuances here: a too complicated program that the child cannot cope with, a high load with circles and additional tasks, a topic that was once missed, which no one worked out with the student. It also happens that a child asks for help with homework simply because he wants to spend more time with his parents, it is important for him to get some emotions from them.
Father of a third grader
I have two children and I believe that homework is the child’s responsibility. Well, teachers. It seems to me that if I help my son with homework, the teacher will not understand what knowledge the student has learned and what knowledge he has not. My eldest son and I immediately agreed that he was responsible for his studies. I can buy pencils, notebooks and clothes, that is, I can provide everything that will help him learn, and it is his task to study. Yes, he has learning difficulties. But it normal. You can’t learn without difficulty.
Sometimes, already in the first grade, homework becomes the most difficult test in school life. Photo: Sunshock/shutterstock.com
But what to do if a child tries to do his homework, but he fails over and over again? The teacher does not always have the opportunity to deal with the child individually, and there are more and more gaps in knowledge. Of course, then parents come to the rescue again — even against their wishes. And the point here is not even the likelihood of bad grades due to the lack of homework, but the feelings of the child, because the more he fails, the less he wants to study further and learn new things.
Mother of a first grader
I was sure that the child would do his homework by himself. I work in the office, I return home late, we have 1.5-2 hours left to communicate with my son, so I didn’t want to spend it on lessons at all. At first everything went according to plan, and then I realized that he couldn’t cope: he writes badly on test papers, he is afraid or embarrassed to approach the teacher and ask questions, he doesn’t understand much. They sat down and together began to deal with where there are problems. Now not every day, but often do homework together. I am sure that there are children who can cope on their own, without help and constant supervision. We haven’t been able to yet. But for me, the main thing is that the child feels confident.
Parents’ opinions about doing homework with their children are, of course, very different. Someone is sure that children, especially in the first grade, definitely need the support of mom or dad, someone prefers to immediately entrust the lessons to the child. What do teachers and other professionals think about this?
Opinion of teachers and psychologists
It is important to note that, according to the requirements of SanPiN, it is better not to set homework in the first grade. But that doesn’t mean primary school teachers can’t give homework: if a school principal issues an order that allows teachers in first grade to give homework and grades, these teaching formats become completely legal. Nevertheless, the requirements of SanPiN in one way or another influence the approaches of teachers to education and their opinion about homework.
In order for knowledge to pass into a skill and long-term memory, repetition and consolidation are simply necessary. Photo: PhotoRK/shutterstock.com
Primary school teacher
I am sure that homework is needed in the first and subsequent grades. Anything that doesn’t repeat itself dies. In order for knowledge to pass into a skill and long-term memory, repetition and consolidation are simply necessary. In the first grade, assignments are now advisory in nature and are optional, but the number of hours for practicing writing and reading skills leaves much to be desired. I would like to have an «official» opportunity to set tasks for working out at home. I think parents should organize the completion of homework and control it. You don’t always have to do it together. Help if needed, of course. I also believe that parents can reward for completing lessons, and vice versa for non-compliance. You can, for example, limit entertainment until the lessons are done.
But how can parents combine these difficult roles of teacher and parent? And most importantly — how to do it all? After all, parents, in addition to homework, have a lot of other problems and issues that need to be resolved. Some teachers believe that such questions should not arise before parents: after all, studying is the task of the school.
Primary school teacher
You know, I have been teaching for over 20 years. I never thought that parents should do homework with their children. I always set homework that the child can do on his own. Can not? Amazing! I will understand what we are missing, I will try to help. What if he did homework with his parents? I wouldn’t even know that he has problems, that he doesn’t know how to solve examples, or that the subject doesn’t understand where he hid. Now parents, of course, are more worried, they write to me for any reason. I understand them, but every time I ask you to leave the child alone — he will definitely cope, give him time. It is better to read or take a walk together. Lessons at school will teach.
But why is the question of whether to do homework with a child so relevant today? Psychologists are sure that the main reason is a change in approaches to parenthood. Today, parents, in principle, are more involved in the lives of their children, they are not so much interested in the result of education, but in the moral state of the child, his comfort. But psychologists warn that it is important to look for balance in everything.
Do not forget that by doing everything for the child, you are depriving him of his own experience. Photo: Alexander_Safonov/shutterstock.com
Parents of middle school students often come to me asking if the child is not independent, how to fix this. We begin to figure out what the child is responsible for, it turns out, for nothing — the mother folds the portfolio, the father learns homework in the evenings, the grandmother sits with him to do these homework. This, of course, is a vicious circle: the child is not independent, therefore, relatives do everything for him, because of this he does not become independent. Of course, parents should take care of the child and worry about him, he should always understand that he can ask for help. But do not forget that by doing everything for the child, you deprive him of the acquisition of experience through the onset of natural consequences. And this is very dangerous — for all family members.
Checklist: how to help your child with studies and not harm
So, it is possible and even sometimes necessary to help a child with homework (not to do it for him, namely to help). But at the same time, it is important to gradually transfer responsibility for learning to the student, to see where he can already cope on his own, and where for now it is possible to “lay a straw”. The task of parents is to provide conditions for learning and give the child the opportunity to make independent decisions. How to do it?
- Enter responsibility from the first days. Of course, a first-grader who is still having difficulty reading and is just getting to grips with the organization of school life may not remember what he was asked, make mistakes, confuse textbooks and notebooks. Let him do what he can definitely do — for example, ask him to get the right notebook and prepare the workplace. Let him decide which task he will do first.
- Use a timer. Breaks are important for two reasons: they help the child concentrate on a task for a certain amount of time and avoid distractions. They also teach you to keep track of time. Children in elementary grades can set a timer for 20-25 minutes, then gradually increase the interval.
- Remember that help does not have to be permanent. Agree that the child will first try to complete the task himself, only then, if something is not clear to him, he will turn to you. Stay close — work, embroider, wash dishes. But be prepared to answer the question. Show that you are busy too. But you are there and ready to help. And most importantly, trust that he will succeed.
- Don’t leave a child with an impossible task. Of course, overcoming difficulties is an important component of any education, but here it is important to understand when the child is lazy, and when he really needs support. If he is left alone with an overwhelming task, there is a risk that he will be disappointed in himself and then will not want to take up his studies. Perhaps you are not required to be fully involved — it is enough to spend 5-10 minutes to get the child out of the impasse.
- Release on time. It is equally important to catch the moment when the child understands what to do and he definitely does not need help. If you continue at this stage to do instead of or together, it will have a bad effect on further studies.
- Come up with a ritual. It can be anything — put away toys, do exercises, listen to a podcast or a song. It’s like a bath and a book before bed — they help the body tune in and understand that a certain stage of the day is about to begin.
- Find a suitable mode. Someone advises doing homework right after school, someone — before or after circles, or in general, when the child wants. There can be no single advice here: it all depends on the student’s resources and his schedule. If the child is not very tired at school, you can devote time to lessons right away. If after school he wants to sleep or just wallow, give him that opportunity. The key here is persistence. Choose a specific time when the child sits down for lessons, and do not deviate from the schedule.
- Give freedom of choice. Children begin to cheat already in the first grade: “Mom, you just need to read the poem, and not learn it,” “No, they didn’t ask anything today!”. Here are two tips — do not scold and find the reason. Why doesn’t he want to do his homework today? Tired? Just being lazy? Is it difficult for him to give examples? In any case, give him this freedom of choice (even if the teacher wrote that the poem should be taught): “Do you think that you should just read it? Fine. But think, what are the consequences if you don’t learn? Are you ready for them?»
- Do not quarrel. Of course, parents do not always have the patience and resources. It happens, it’s normal. But this should not affect the child and your relationship with them. Try to come up with a signal that will mean that you are now angry and cannot continue: go to another room, get distracted for half an hour, just go for a walk with your child. Talk about your emotions: “I’m upset that we can’t solve this problem. Let’s take a break and then come back to it again.»
If a child is left alone with an overwhelming task, there is a risk that he will be disappointed in himself and will not want to take up his studies. Photo: Aleksandr Khmeliov/shutterstock.com
It’s okay to help your child with homework in primary school. At first, it is important for children to feel the support and interest of adults at a new stage for everyone. The task of parents is to demonstrate a willingness to help, but at the same time instill confidence and faith in their own strengths. The main thing is to understand that lessons with a child are not forever. If you help correctly, soon the child will do the homework himself, you just have to check.
Reader’s diary Grade 4 / GDZ Diploma
Aksakov Sergey fairy tale «The Scarlet Flower»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale «The Ugly Duckling»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale «Wild Swans»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale ka «The new dress of the king»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale » Five from one pod»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale «The Little Mermaid»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale «The Snow Queen»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale «Teapot»
Andersen Hans Christian fairy tale «Darning needle»
Antoine de Saint-Exupery «The Little Prince»
Arab folk tale «Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves»
Arabic folk tale «Aladdin’s Magic Lamp»
Astafiev Victor story «Short-haired Creak”
Pavel Bazhov “The Blue Snake”
Pavel Bazhov “The Mining Master”
Pavel Bazhov “Two Lizards”
Pavel Bazhov “Stone Flower”
Pavel Bazhov “Malachite” box»
Pavel Bazhov «Mistress of the Copper Mountain»
Pavel Bazhov «Ognevushka-Skakushka»
Pavel Bazhov «Sinyushkin Well»
Pavel Bazhov «Tayutkino Mirror»
Pavel Bazhov «Fragile Wind» point»
Pavel Bazhov collection «Ural tales »
Pavel Bazhov fairy tale «The Silver Hoof»
Barry James Matthew fairy tale «Peter Pan»
Lionel Frank Baum fairy tale «The Wizard of Oz»
Brothers Grimm fairy tale «Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs»
Brothers Grimm fairy tale «The Bremen Town Musicians»
Brothers Grimm fairy tale «The Golden Goose»
Bradbury Ray «All Summer in One Day»
Bulychev Kir story «Alice’s Journey»
Epic «Alyosha Pop» ovich and Tugarin Zmeevich”
Epic «Volga Vseslavievich»
Epic «Ilya’s three trips»
Epic «Mikula Selyaninovich»
Epic «About Dobrynya Nikitich and the Serpent Gorynych»
Epic «About the beautiful Vasilisa Mikulishna»
Epic «Svyatogor the hero»
Epic «Three trips of Ilya Muromets»
Epic collection «Russian heroes and heroic tales»
Veltistov Evgeny story «Adventure Electronics»
Volkov Alexander fairy tale «The Magician of the Emerald City”
Gaidar Arkady story “Timur and his team”
Galyavkin Victor “I didn’t eat any mustard”
Garin-Mikhailovsky Nikolay story “Tyoma’s Childhood”
Garin-Mikhailovsky Nikolay story “Tyoma and the Bug”
Garshin Vsevolod «Attalea princeps»
Garshin Vsevolod «The Tale of the Toad and the Rose»
Gauf Wilhelm «Dwarf Nose»
Gauf Wilhelm «Little Muk»
Gauf Wilhelm «Frozen»
Geraskina Leah fairy tale «In country of unlearned lessons»
Hoffmann Ernst fairy tale «The Nutcracker»
Grigorovich Dmitry story «Gutta-percha boy»
Hugo Victor story «Gavroche»
Defoe Daniel novel «Robinson Crusoe»
Dragunsky Victor «The Englishman of Paul»
Dragoonsky Victor story «Main Rivers»
Dragoonsky Victor story «What the Bear loves»
Dragoonsky Victor fairy tale «Would be. ..»
Ershov Pyotr fairy tale «Humpbacked Horse»
Zheleznyakov Vladimir » Eccentric from 6th B»
Boris Zhitkov story «How I caught little men»
Vasily Zhukovsky «The Tale of Tsar Berendey and…»
Vasily Zhukovsky «The Sleeping Princess»
Jules Verne «The Mysterious Island»
Jules Verne novel «Children of Captain Grant»
Salten Felix fairy tale «Bambi»
Mikhail Zoshchenko story «Stupid story»
Zoshchenko Mikhail story «Yolka»
Zoshchenko Mikhail story «The most important thing »
Kataev Valentin «Son shelf»
Collodi Carlo fairy tale «The Adventure of Pinocchio»
Konchalovskaya Natalya poem «The Word of the Battle of the Ice»
Korolenko Vladimir «In Bad Society»
Krylov Ivan «The Wolf in the Kennel»
Krylov Ivan «Casket»
Krylov Ivan «Leaves and Roots»
Krylov Ivan «Donkey and Nightingale»
Krylov Ivan «Pig under the Oak»
Kuprin Alexander «Barbos and Zhulka» 9000 3
Kuprin Alexander «White poodle »
Alexander Kuprin «Wonderful Doctor»
Alexander Kuprin «Yu-yu»
Carroll Lewis «Alice in Wonderland»
Selma Lagerlof story «In Nazareth»
Selma Lagerlof story «Holy Night»
Lagerlöf Selma fairy tale «Nils’ wonderful journey with wild geese»
Lagin Lazar fairy tale «Old Man Hottabych»
Lermontov Mikhail ballad «Borodino»
Lermontov Mikhail poem «Song about Tsar Ivan Vasilyevich, a young guardsman and a daring merchant Kalashnikov»
Lermontov Mikhail fairy tale «Ashik-Kerib»
Chronicle » Life of Sergius of Radonezh”
Chronicle “And Oleg remembered his horse”
Chronicle “And Oleg hung his shield on the gates of Constantinople”
London Jack story “White Fang”
London Jack story “The Legend of Kish”
Mamin-Sibiryak Dmitry the story «Adopted»
Marshak Samuil the play «Twelve Months»
Marshak Samuil the fairy tale «Twelve Months»
Maeterlinck Maurice the fairy tale «The Blue Bird»
Nekrasov Nikolai poem «Frost Red Nose»
German folk tale «Three Butterflies»
Nosov Evgeniy story «Doll»
Nosov Nikolai story «Vitya Maleev at school and at home»
Nosov Nikolai story «Kolya Sinitsyn’s Diary»
Nosov Nikolai story «Metro»
O. Henry story «Leader of the Redskins»
Odoevsky Vladimir fairy tale «Town in a snuffbox»
Olesha Yuri fairy tale «Three fat men»
Oseeva Valentina «Sons»
Ostrovsky Alexander » Snow Maiden»
Paustovsky Konstantin story «Hare paws»
Paustovsky Konstantin story «Basket with fir cones»
Perro Charles fairy tale «Beauty and the Beast»
Perro Charles fairy tale «Thumb boy»
Perro Charles fairy tale «Donkey skin»
Perro Charles fairy tale «The Bluebeard»
Perro Charles fairy tale «The Sleeping Beauty»
Pivovarova Irina story «We laughed — hee-hee»
The story of Peter and Fevronia of Murom
Pogodin Ray «Brick Islands»
Pogorelsky Anthony Fairy Tale “Black Chicken, or Underground Residents”
Prishvin Mikhail story “Exposure”
Pushkin Alexander “Baryshnya-Krestyanka”
Pushkin Alexander “Song about prophet Oleg”
Pushkin Alexander “Ruslan and Lyudmila”
Alexander Pushkin «The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Bogatyrs»
Russian folk tale «Ivan the Peasant’s Son and Miracle Yudo»
Russian folk tale «The Soldier’s Overcoat»
Russian folk tale «The Princess» -frog»
Swift Jonathan «Gulliver’s Journey»
Felix Semyanovsky «Front-line Childhood»
Smirnov Sergey «Brest Fortress»
Sotnik Yuri story «How I was independent»
Sotnik Yuri story «Mask»
Stevenson Robert Lewis ballad «Heath Honey»
Stevenson Robert Lewis novel «Treasure Island»
Thai folk tale «Chatty Bird»
Twain Mark «The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn»
T wen Mark story «The Adventures of Tom Sawyer»
Tokmakova Irina «The Tale of Happiness»
Alexei Tolstoy epic «Ilya Muromets»
Alexei Tolstoy story «Nikita’s Childhood»
Leo Tolstoy true story «How a man removed a stone»
Leo Tolstoy story «Childhood»
Troepolsky Gavriil «White Bim Black Ear»
Turgenev Ivan «Bezhin Meadow»
Hogarth Ann fairy tale «Mafin bakes a pie»
Charushin Evgeniy story «Boar» 900 03
Cherny Sasha story «Igor Robinson»
Cherny Sasha story «Prisoner of the Caucasus»
Chekhov Anton story «Kashtanka»
Chekhov Anton story «Boys»
Schwartz Evgeniy «The Tale of Lost Time»
Schwartz Evgeniy fairy tale «Two Brothers» a»
Grade 4 is over, which means that the first educational stage called “Primary School” has passed.
An equally important and responsible period lies ahead.
Starting high school is the hardest part.
Schoolchildren have to quickly adapt to a radically new educational process, new subjects and new teachers.
In order not to become a stressful period, you need to carefully prepare for it, following all the recommendations of teachers during the summer holidays.
One of the requirements of Russian schools is to fill in the 4th grade reader’s diary
In terms of complexity, it differs somewhat from the diaries of previous years — books for the 4th grade reader’s diary are much more voluminous, and, accordingly, it takes much more time to read and analyze them.
In addition, the requirements for how to keep a 4th grade reader’s diary are stricter, and the works themselves are more difficult.
GDZ come to the rescue Reader’s diary Grade 4 — answers to all questions about works
That is, this is a ready-made reading diary for grade 4, in which you can see the correct design and how to fill it out.