# Reading. To meet the standard your child will be learning to: If your child is meeting the Reading Standard by the end of Year 4 AT SCHOOL

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2 writing If your child is meeting the Writing Standard by the end of Year...they will be writing at curriculum level 2. Your child will be writing a variety of material to support their learning in all areas of the curriculum. use their writing to think about, record and communicate experiences, ideas and information write by themselves for different purposes know that their writing needs to be suited to the audience read and change their writing to improve it, most of the time notice mistakes and correct them in their writing (spelling, grammar, punctuation), most of the time publish their writing in a variety of ways including using computers, cameras, illustrations, and diagrams. Writing at this level might look like this: In this writing, the child has used: the opening sentence to grab attention simple connecting words ( as, so, when ) to give the story flow and join the main events conversation, and their own thoughts written down, to help give the story a personal voice. This example of student writing has been reproduced by kind permission of the writer Crown 2009.

4 mathematics If your child is meeting the Mathematics Standard by the end of Year...they will be working at curriculum level 2, solving realistic problems using their growing understanding of number, algebra, geometry, measurement and statistics. They will be solving problems by using basic addition, subtraction and simple multiplication facts and their knowledge of place value. Measure the lengths of the bookmark, snake and ribbon, using the tape measure. The piece of measuring tape has been torn, but it can still be used for measuring.? Mathematics problems at this level might look like this: work with numbers up to 1,000 use their knowledge of 2, 3,, 5 and 10 times tables to solve problems find fractions of sets, shapes and quantities make and continue patterns and explain the rule for the pattern sort objects and describe how they have been grouped (e.g., shape and size) choose how you can best measure length, area, volume, capacity, weight, temperature and time use simple maps to show position and direction talk about events that will or will not happen make up questions to investigate then graph and discuss their findings. This is a small part of the skills and knowledge your child is learning in order to meet this standard. Talk to the teacher for more information about your child s learning. I measured the bookmark and I worked out how many centimetres there were between the numbers on the measuring tape to get the answer. For the ribbon and snake, I took two measurements on the measuring tape and added them together. Focus on number During Year, percent of mathematics teaching time will focus on number learning.

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