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Year 3: Last week of home learning

Goodbye message for 3J from Mr Johnston

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Goodbye message for 3P from Mrs Pearson

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Maths

Day 1

Complete the emoji code breaking questions.

 

Day 2

Answer at least three of the puzzles/problems.

 

Day 3

Choose a maths topic of your choice e.g. angles. Then create a memory wheel all about your chosen maths topic. There are five sections, so you will need five different areas for the topic that you choose, for example for angles you could have:

Section 1 = acute angles

Section 2 = right angles

Section 3 = obtuse angles

Section 4 = angles in 2-D shapes

Section 5 = angles around my house

Draw pictures, write sentences and facts in each section.

 

Day 4

Answer the questions all about tables, bar graphs and pictograms.

 

Day 5

Have fun on the following websites:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://ttrockstars.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

Times Tables Rock Stars

What an exciting final week to our inter-house tournament! Eastern Green, your determination and competitive nature made it the highest scoring week so far! Over the three week tournament you have scored almost half a million correct answers in total! This is astounding - well done to everyone. 

 

The final scores are as follows:

 

1. Merrick       157,483

2. Neal            149,258

3. Stafford      93,201

4. Curtis           90,135

 

A huge congratulations to Merrick! 

 

For your final week, have a bit of fun in Times Tables Rock Stars. Have a go in some of the festivals and play against some of your friends or people from around the world! Challenge your friends to a 'Rockslam' and watch to see if they challenge you back. Or why not have a go in the studio ten times to see if you can improve your rock status. 

 

You will have access to TTRS all over the summer too, so feel free to go on whenever you like to keep your times tables knowledge tip-top. As always, listening to rock music while playing is optional, but lots of fun! 

Writing

Day 1 – Marshmallow monster

Watch this clip but stop it at 18 seconds.

https://www.literacyshed.com/marshmallows.html

Then jot down in your workbook what you think of the monster. How does he look? How do you think he feels? Is he a good or a bad character? What do you think he will do next?

Then play the rest of the clip. Does your opinion of the monster change? Why? What do you think now? How do you feel about the monster?

 

Day 2 – Alphabet game

During National Sports Week we asked you to write down a sport for each letter of the alphabet. This week we want you to choose something you are interested in and then write something for each letter of the alphabet.

Here are some examples: fruit, football players, chocolate bars, famous people, songs, colours etc

For example, if I chose Disney characters:

A = Anna (Frozen)

B = Belle (Beauty and the Beast)

C = Cinderella

D = Donald Duck…

Challenge: Can you think of more than one for each letter?

 

Day 3 – How many words?

Using only these letters, how many different words can you spell? What is the longest word you can spell? What is the shortest word you can spell?

A       S        E        C        K        T         P         O         Q         U         R

Remember, because you have an ‘s’ you can make some words plural e.g. cat and then cats

 

Day 4 – What might be happening?

Choose at least two of the photos and write sentences about what might be happening.

Can you imagine what the characters might be saying to each other?

How did this happen? How did they get there? Where might it be set?

Do you have any questions you would like to ask about the photo?

 

Day 5 – Memories

This would be our last day of the year and we are so sad that we cannot spend it with you. We would like you to reflect on your Year 3 experience and write a paragraph or some bullet points about your Year 3. We would love for you to send these to us.

What have you enjoyed? What was your favourite memory? What have you found tricky? How did you get over this? Which lessons and topics have you enjoyed? What will you miss? What are you most proud of? You can include anything else you would like to include about your Year 3 experiences.

Reading

Day 1 – Sharks comprehension

Complete the reading comprehension work about sharks.

 

Day 2- All about elephants

Read the information sheet about elephants. Then write down five true statements about elephants and five false statements about elephants. Mix these statements up and see if an adult at home can tell you which statements are true and which are false.

 

Day 3 – All about habitats

Read the PowerPoint about habitats. Choose an animal from the PowerPoint and using the information that you have read, draw and label its habitat.

Then check on the internet or in books to see if you can add to your drawing or information. You could also watch this video about habitats:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z3hxpv4

Challenge: Choose an animal that you know well. Draw its habitat and label it. Then check on the internet or in books to see if you can add to your drawing or information.

 

Day 4 – Animal summary

Choose one of the animals below and click on the link. Make notes whilst you read the information and watch the video. Then write a summary of your information.

Cheetah: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/cheetah/

King Cobra: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/reptiles/king-cobra/

Lion: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/lion/

Emperor Penguin: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/emperor-penguin/

 

Day 5 – Animal reading

Spend 20-30 minutes reading about different animals from around the world. Click on the links below and have fun reading and learning about animals. Can you read about an animal from each continent in the world?

https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/

https://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals.html

Other subjects

Day 1 – Gratitude diary (PSHE)

Last week we were thinking about kind acts we could do for other people, however we are sure that other people have been really kind to you too during lockdown. Each day this week we would like you to keep a gratitude diary. Record something in your workbook that you are thankful for. You could draw a picture to go alongside it.

Gratitude = something you are thankful for.

E.g. Monday 6th July – I am thankful for my Dad, who made me pancakes for breakfast this morning. He has made some amazing meals during lockdown and I am very lucky. My favourite meal has been chicken fajitas.

Tuesday 7th July – I am thankful for the beautiful weather. I love playing outside with my sister in the paddling pool and making lots of special memories. I am also thankful that my little sister always makes me laugh.

Remember to say thank you to the people you are thankful to. 😊

 

Day 2 – Spread your wings and fly! (PSHE)

Read the PowerPoint ‘Spread your wings and fly!’

In the story, Cody feels very worried about change and this is totally normal. We can imagine that you are feeling a bit worried about all the changes in September. Discuss your worries with your parents or older siblings. When we share our worries, it makes us feel better and other people can give you advice.

You will notice at the end of the story Cody feels better about the changes that have happened and feel much happier!

 

Day 3 – Nature art (Art/ICT)

On a piece of paper, cardboard or the back of a cereal box, draw a picture of a funny face with the hair missing. Then take a photo of the face using nature as the hair. You could use grass, weeds, flowers, plants… Each time you change the background the characters hair style will change. Look at the attachment as an example.

Challenge: Can you make a family of faces?

 

Day 4 – (Spanish)

You will need to watch the three short videos and then practise saying the words and phrases.

 

Day 5 – Sports challenges (PE)

Have a go at completing these challenges and write your scores in your workbook. Repeat them a few times and see if you can beat your scores or even challenge someone at home.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bva5bz8BBNg The squat thrust challenge

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmaIiYTYQiw The Baby shark challenge

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BA4XN3Pynig The sock ladder challenge

REMEMBER TO ASK PARENTS BEFORE YOU USE YOUR SOCKS AND FIND A SAFE SPACE TO TAKE PART IN THESE ACTIVITIES.

 

***Please also find attached a video message from Mrs Pearson and Mr Johnston, but don’t watch them until Friday! ***

Times Tables Rock Stars

What an exciting final week to our inter-house tournament! Eastern Green, your determination and competitive nature made it the highest scoring week so far! Over the three week tournament you have scored almost half a million correct answers in total! This is astounding - well done to everyone. 

 

The final scores are as follows:

 

1. Merrick       157,483

2. Neal            149,258

3. Stafford      93,201

4. Curtis           90,135

 

A huge congratulations to Merrick! 

 

For your final week, have a bit of fun in Times Tables Rock Stars. Have a go in some of the festivals and play against some of your friends or people from around the world! Challenge your friends to a 'Rockslam' and watch to see if they challenge you back. Or why not have a go in the studio ten times to see if you can improve your rock status. 

 

You will have access to TTRS all over the summer too, so feel free to go on whenever you like to keep your times tables knowledge tip-top. As always, listening to rock music while playing is optional, but lots of fun! 

 


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