Year 4 s Journey Name: Class Teacher: Miss Fatima Nazneen Islamic Studies: Ustaadh Ishaaq Ganee

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1 Year 4 s Journey Name: Class Teacher: Miss Fatima Nazneen Islamic Studies: Ustaadh Ishaaq Ganee The only impossible journey is the one you never begin

2 Numeracy Journey I can count backwards into negative numbers I know the value of each number in a 4 digit number I can round to the nearest 10, 100 or I know my times tables up to 12 x 12 I can use place value and number facts to do mental calculations I can use factor pairs and commutativity to solve problems mentally Factor pairs Commutativity 2 x = = 5 1 x = = -5

3 I can multiply 2 digit and 3 digit numbers by a 1 digit number using a written method 283 X I understand that hundredths arise when dividing by 100 and dividing tenths by I know the equivalent decimals to ¼, ½ and ¾ 2 1 = = = I can divide a one or two digit number by 10 and = = 0.54 I can round decimals with one decimal place to the nearest whole number 4.2 = = 5

4 I can compare numbers with the same number of decimal places up to two decimal places 15 = = = I can convert different units of measure (centimetres to meters) 100 centimetres = 1 metre 1000 millilitres = 1 litre 60 minutes = 1 hour I can estimate (guess), compare and calculate different measures including money (pounds and pence) 100p = 1.00 I can convert hours to minutes, minutes to seconds, years to months, weeks to days 6 hours = 360 minutes 145 seconds = 2 minutes 25 seconds I can find the area of shapes by counting squares Area = 15 cm² I can compare shapes including quadrilaterals and triangles Quadrilateral (4 straight sides)

5 I understand what symmetry is and can draw the line of symmetry I can plot coordinates of 2D shapes on a grid I can describe movements between positions as translations The shape itself doesn t change, only the position of the shape changes I can interpret and present data using charts/graphs. Pictogram Bar chart

6 Writing Journey I can spell most words I know where the possessive apostrophe goes Zain s ball Yahya s hat Muhammad s pillow I can use the first 2 or 3 letters of a word to check the spellings in a dictionary performance Look up per to find the word dictionary I can write using joined up handwriting I can discuss different forms of writing Poetry, play scripts, newspaper articles I can practice saying sentences out loud to help improve my vocabulary and sentence structure

7 I can write a paragraph about one topic/theme I can create settings, characters and a plot Beginning build up climax - resolution I can organise my work using headings/subheadings I can proof read my work to make sure the grammar is consistent

8 I can proof read my work for spelling and punctuation errors Capitals Handwriting Organisation Punctuation I can read my work aloud to a group using the correct tone and volume I can use more than one clause in my sentences by using a wider a range of conjunctions including when, if, because, although Clause Conjunction I can choose nouns or pronouns correctly and avoid repeating the same one A pronoun is a word that takes the place of nouns, for example: he she them there it Amy took her camera to France. She took it there.

9 I can use conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions He ate his breakfast quickly.the word quickly is an adverb. It tells us how he ate (the verb) his breakfast. I can use fronted adverbials Words or phrases at the beginning of a sentence, used to describe the action that follows. E.g. I know the difference between plural s and the possessive s Plural: girls, boys, toys Possessive: The girl s toy I can use the correct verb tense (I did, I done) I can extend my sentences by including prepositions After walking for miles she rested on a small hill. I can use direct speech with punctuation Scooby Doo, where are you?! yelled Shaggy.

10 Reading Journey I can apply my knowledge of root words, prefixes and suffixes to read aloud Prefixes like 'un' or 'pre' in front of a word, or suffixes at the end like 'ing', change the meaning I can read words that have an exception, where the spelling and the sound do not match Blue, flew, shoe I can retell a story I can identify similarities and themes in a wide range of books I can create poems and play scripts that can be read aloud using the correct volume, tone and action

11 I can identify different types of poems Narrative, Shape or Concrete poetry, Nonsense poems, Haikus, Tanka I can use a dictionary to find the meaning of a word I can check that what I am reading is making sense by explaining or discussing it with a partner I can identify the main ideas from more than one paragraph and summarise it I understand the characters feelings, thoughts and motives from their actions

12 I can justify inferences with evidence from the story I can discuss words and phrases that grab the readers interest I understand how the language has an effect on the meaning I understand that the structure and presentation of the text has an effect on the meaning The paragraph was written as though it is a list, this is because the character was creating a checklist in her head about what she needs to do and ticking it off in her mind as she is saying it

13 I can gather and record information from non-fiction texts

14 Year 4 Arabic Topic In Arabic I understand that Gender. التذكري والتأنيث Masculine words. Feminine words. ك ت اب \ م س ط ر ة The indicative pronoun for close objects. أمساء اإلشارة للقريب Adjectives. The masculine form. The feminine form. Pronounced with a long stretch ه ذ ه ه ذ ا \ صفات Adjectives follow after the word being described. They match in gender. Match in endings. Match in definitiveness. ا ل م س ط ر ة الط و يل ة "And" a connective. و Asking questions. No space between it and the word after it Can be used many times. و ا ل ق ي ب ة ا ل ك ت اب أ هل The interrogative noun, اسم االستفهام ما The question mark faces the other way in Arabic. it. Joins the word after أ separately. is written هل هل أهذ قلم هذه كرة Has other meanings. هذ ما

15 The indicative pronoun for far objects. أمساء اإلشارة للبعيد The Definite Article. The masculine form. The feminine form. Pronounced with a long stretch ت ل ك ذ ل ك \ ا ل Singular Pronouns. Joins the word it defines. Starts with Hamzatul-Wasal. The rules of Moon letters apply. The rules of Sun letter apply. Noun will lose Tanween. ن دوق الص ا ل ب يت \ أ نا I am ن ت ت (F) You are أ ن ه و He, it is ي She, it is ه ضمائر املفرد Singular Attached pronouns. الضمائر املتصلة Prepositions. الظروف أ (M) You are ي My ك (M) Your Your (F) ك ه His, it ه ا She, it Have fixed endings The definite article does not enter upon them. Cause the noun after them to have a Kasrah. ف عل ى ف و ق ت ت ب ي أ ما م خل ف ة ا ل ك ت اب ف ا ل ق يب

16 I know these Duaas Year 4 Duaas Duaa upon wearing a new garment. ا لل ه م ل ك ا ل م د أ ن ت ك س و ت ن ي ه أ س أ ل ك م ن خ ري ه و خ ري م ا ص ن ع ل ه و أ ع و ذ ب ك م ن ش ر ه و ش ر م ا ص ن ع ل ه. ب س م الل Duaa before undressing. Duaa before and upon completion of wudhu. ب س م الل أ ش ه د أ ن ال إ ل ه إال الل و ح د ه ال ش ر يك ل ه و أ ش ه د أ ن م م دا ع ب د ه و ر س وله Duaa before entering a Masjid and before leaving. ك رح ت أ ب و ا ب ح ل اف ت ا لل ه م ك أ سأل إ ن ا لل ه م ك ضل ف ن م Duaa after Adthaan. ا لل ه م ر ب هذ ه و ال فض يل ة واب ع ثه ال د ع وة الت ا مة م قاما م مودا ال وال صل ة ذي وع ال قائ مة د ته م مدا ال وس يل ة آ ت Remembrance in the morning and the evening 1. سي ن ا أ ص ب ح ن ا و أ ص ب ح )أ م و سى ) ال م ل ك ل ل ه و ا ل م د ل ل ه ال أ م

17 إ ل ه إ ال الل و ح د ه ال ش ر ي ك ل ه ل ه ال م ل ك و ل ه ا ل م د و ه و ع ل ى ك ل ش ي ء ق د ي ر. ر ب أ س أ ل ك خ ي ر م ا ف ه ذ ا ال ي و م و خ ي ر م ا ب ع د ه )ه ذه الل ي ل ة و خ ري ما ب ع د ها( و أ ع و ذ ب ك م ن ش ر م ا ف )ه ذه الل ي ل ة و خ ري ما ب ع ال ي و م و ش ر م ا ب ع د ه د ها( ر ب ه ذ ا أ ع و ذ ب ك م ن ال ك س ل و س و ء ال ك ب ر ب أ ع و ذ ب ك م ن ع ذ اب ف الن ار و ع ذ اب ف ال ق ب. Remembrance in the morning and the evening 2. ا لل ه م ب ك أ ص ب ح ن ا (أ م س ي ن ا) و ب ك أ م س ي ن ا (أ ص ب ح ن ا) و ب ك ن ي ا و ب ك ن و ت و إ ل ي ك النش و ر. (امل ص ي ر) Remembrance in the morning and the evening 3. ا لل ه م أ ن ت ر ب ال إ ل ه إ ال أ ن ت خ ل ق ت ن و أ ن ا ع ب د ك و أ ن ا ع ل ى ع ه د ك و و ع د ك م ا اس ت ط ع ت أ ع و ذ ب ك م ن ش ر م ا ص ن ع ت أ بو ء ل ك ب ن ع م ت ك ع ل ي و أ ب و ء ب ذ ن ب ف اغ ف ر ل ف إ ن ه ال ي غ ف ر الذن و ب إ ال أ ن ت. Remembrance in the morning and the evening 4. سي ت ) أ ش ه د ك و أ شه د ح ل ة ع ر ش ك ا لل ه م إ ن أ ص ب ح ت )أ م و م ل ئ ك ت ك و ج ي ع خ ل ق ك أ ن ك أ ن ت الل ال إ ل ه إ ال أ ن ت و ح د ك ال ش ر ي ك ل ك و أ ن م م د ا ع ب د ك و ر س و ل ك. )4 (

18 Remembrance in the morning and the evening 5. ح س ب الل ال إ ل ه إ ال ه و ع ل ي ه ت و ك ل ت و ه و ر ب ال ع ر ش ال ع ظ ي م. ) 7( Remembrance in the morning and the evening 6. سى( ب م ن ن ع م ة أ و ب أ ح د م ن خ ل ق ك ا لل ه م م ا أ ص ب ح )أ م ف م ن ك و ح د ك ال ش ر ي ك ل ك ف ل ك ا ل م د و ل ك الش ك ر. Remembrance in the morning and the evening 7. ي ال ذ ب س م الل ال ي ض ر م ع امس ه ش ي ء ف ا أل ر ض و ال ف الس م ا ء و ه و الس م ي ع ال ع ل ي م. )3 ( Remembrance in the morning and the evening 8. ا لل ه م إ ن أ س أ ل ك ال ع ف و و ال ع اف ي ة ف الد ن ي ا و ا آلخ ر ة ا لل ه م إ ن أ س أ ل ك ال ع ف و و ال ع اف ي ة ف د ي ن و د ن ي اي و أ ه ل ي و م ال. ا لل ه م ال و م ن م ن ب ي ي د ي و م ن خ ل ف ي و ع ن ي ي ن و ع ن ش اح ف ظ ن ف و ق ي و أ ع و ذ ب ع ظ م ت ك أ ن أ غ ت ال م ن ت ت Remembrance in the morning and the evening 9. ا لل ه م ع ا ل ال غ ي ب و الش ه اد ة ف اط ر الس م او ات و ا أل ر ض ر ب ك ل ش ي ء و م ل ي ك ه أ ش ه د أ ن ال إ ل ه إ ال أ ن ت أ ع و ذ ب ك م ن ش ر ن ف س ي و م ن ش ر الش ي ط ان و ش ر ك ه و أ ن أ ق ت ف ع ل ى ن ف س ي س و ء ا أ و أ ج ره إ ل م س ل م ط ر ف ة ع ي

19 Remembrance in the morning and the evening 10. م ر ض ي ت ب الل ر ب ا و ب ا إل س ل م د ي ن ا و ب ح م د ص ل ى الل ع ل ي ه و س ل ن ب ي ا. 3( ) Remembrance in the morning and the evening 11. ي ا ح ي ي ا ق ي و م ب ر ح ت ك أ س ت غ ي ث أ ص ل ح ل ش أ ن ك ل ه و ال ت ك ل ن إ ل ن ف س ي ط ر ف ة ع ي. Duaa Qunoot in Witr prayer ا لل ه م إي اك ن ع ب د و ل ك ن ص ل ي و ن س ج د و إ ل ي ك ن س ع ى و ن ف د ن ر ج و ر ح ت ك و ن ش ى ع ذ اب ك إ ن ع ذ اب ك ب ال ك اف ر ي ن م ل ح ق. ا لل ه م إ ن ا ن س ت ع ي ن ك و ن س ت غ ف ر ك و ن ث ن ع ل ي ك ا ل ي ر و ال ن ك ف ر ك و ن ؤ م ن ب ك و ن ض ع ل ك و ن ل ع م ن ي ك ف ر ك. Duaa for one afflicted by a calamity إ ن ا ل ل ه و إ ن ا إ ل ي ه ر اج ع و ن ا لل ه م أج ر ن ف مص ي ب ت و أ خ ل ف ل خ ي ر ا م ن ه Duaa said upon hearing thunder س ب ح ان ال ذ ي ي س ب ح الر ع د ب م د ه و ال م ل ئ ك ة م ن خ ي ف ت ه.

20 Duaa said during and after it rains ا لل ه م ص ي ب ا ن اف ع ا. م ط ر ن ا ب ف ض ل الل و ر ح ت ه. Remembrance said at a sitting or gathering ر ب اغ ف ر ل و ت ب ع ل ي إ ن ك أ ن ت الت و اب ال غ ف و ر Duaa to one who pronounces his love for you for the sake of Allaah الل أ ح ب ك ف أ ح ب ك ال ذ ي أ ح ب ب ت ن ل ه. Duaa for fear of Shirk الل ه م إ ن أ ع و ذ ب ك أ ن أ ش ر ك ب ك و أ ن ا أ ع ل م و أ س ت غ ف ر ك ل م ا ال أ ع ل م. Duaa when mounting a means of transport ب س م الل ا ل م د ل ل ه }س ب ح ان ال ذ ي س خ ر ل ن ا ه ذ ا و م اك ن ا ل ه م ق ر ن ي. و إ ن ا إ ل ر ب ن ا ل م ن ق ل ب و ن { ا ل م د ل ل ه ا ل م د ل ل ه ا ل م د ل ل ه الل أ ك ب ر الل أ ك ب ر الل أ ك ب ر س ب ح ان ك الل ه م إ ن ظ ل م ت ن ف س ي ف اغ ف ر ل ف إ ن ه ال ي غ ف ر الذن و ب إ ال أ ن ت

21 Year 4 Islamic Knowledge Topic I understand that Names of Allaah. Allaah (S.W.T) is; Al-Ghaffar Al-Muntaqim Al- Adl Ash-Shakur Al-Wadud Angels. Allaah has created Angels and given them jobs. Prophets and Messengers. Allaah has chosen certain people to guide mankind to the right path. Miracles Allaah has given every Prophet and Messenger miracles so people can believe. The Next World. Allaah has created the next world to reward and punish people. Impurities. Certain things are Najas Prophet Ibrahim; Abraham. Allaah chose Abraham as a close friend because he loved Allaah so much. Virtues of Actions. Some actions gain us lots of rewards from Allaah. Importance of Salaah. Salaah is the most important action after shahaadah

22 Sins and Shirk. Shirk is the worst sin Islamic Calendar. The Islamic calendar has 12 months and it started from the Hijrah. Dhul Qarnayn Dhul Qarnayn was a pious powerful king Good Character and Brotherhood. Good character is the most important quality of a Muslim. Companions of the Prophet (S.A.W). The companions were the best people after the Prophets and Messengers. The siege of Madeenah Madeenah was surrounded by the Arab tribes. The peace treaty of Hudaybiyyah The Prophet (S.A.W) made a peace treaty with Quraysh. Love of the Prophet (S.A.W) The Prophet is the most beloved person to me. Fasting and Ramadhaan. Fasting the month of Ramadan is obligatory.

23 Year 4 Quraan I know these Surahs in the 29 th Juz Mudathir Qiyama Insan Mursalat