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Week 8 of Home Learning (1.6.20)

We hope you had a lovely week off. Welcome to our last half term of year 3 🙂 See below for a suggested timetable of lessons. You can of course carry out the am/pm activities the other way around, or jump ahead to lessons planned for later in the week. However, the posts for you to be able to submit your work will be put onto the Facebook group page on the days shown below. If you jump ahead that is fine, although the English and maths are often progressive lessons so should be completed in the order they have been set. You can still submit them on the day of the week shown in the timetable below.

 

Due to us returning to school this week, we can now only feasibly check submitted work twice a day, rather than constantly (as we have been doing for the seven weeks of lockdown so far). We will check work at lunchtime and after school each day and will be using an emoji marking system as explained in the end of week letter on the week 7 class pages. Many thanks. 

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Mon am - English (LP) - Write about your favourite day over half term week. 

See below for your choices of tasks. Choose one. The number of words is a suggested amount to give a guide to the amount that is realistic for year 3 children. Happy reporting!

 

- Write a newspaper report about your favourite day in the half term week - Min of 60 and Max of 200 words

 (See link to a template if you want it, but it’s ok not to use this)

OR - Write a social media post about your day - Min of 40 and Max of 100 words

You can include a single photo to go with your report.

 

Mon pm - Maths (LP) - We are starting a new unit of work about properties of Shape. This week we will be focusing on angles. See the YouTube link immediately below to help explain what an angle is.

 

As usual: complete the work as independently as you can and then reveal the answer sheet for you to mark using a different colour. Go through those which you didn’t understand with an adult.

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Easier/quicker Maths option. Sheets 1,2 and 3 link to this week’s work so you can do these on Mon, Tues & Thurs

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Tues am - Maths (LP) - See resources link for today’s work on angles.

 

Tues pm - History (ST) - Being a detective and researching information on clothing and possessions from the Stone Age. All the instructions are inserted onto a PowerPoint and can be found in the resources section.

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Resources for History

A selection of favourite stories for children

Resources for Science - week 8

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Thurs am - Maths (LP) - See resources for lesson 3 for this week.

 

Thurs pm - RE (ST) - This is an RE lesson about prayer in a mosque. There is a short BBC bitesize video to watch with support questions to help you complete the task. I have attached everything you need in a powerpoint including the link to the video.

 

Thurs pm - PE Challenge (ST) - You will need a timer/stopwatch, ball and two cones. This is a time trial game linked with your four times tables

 

 

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Resources for RE

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Fri am - English (LP) - Stone Age reading comprehension.

There are three difficulty levels to choose from. One star is the easier one through to three stars being the hardest. If you are reading pink sticker reading books and above you should be able to complete the two or three star comprehension sheet.

No need to print this off, as you can read it from your screen and just write the answers onto a sheet of paper.

 

Please remember to use capital letters to start your sentence and for any names of people or places. Remember to check your spellings and be sure that you have not missed out any words. 

 

NB - Your answers should be in full sentences and should not start with And or Because. These words are conjunctions, and the role of a conjunction is to extend your sentences by giving more information, or for explaining what you have already written. Remember to use the question to help you create a full sentence answer, and to help you with your spellings too.

 

Fri pm - D&T / STEM Challenge for today and the weekend (LP) - Create a catapult using lolly sticks or pencils. You may also wish to make a simple straw and paper launcher, or a very simple elastic band catapult. (See links for ideas, instructions and photos).

 

Test your catapult and create a game (for which you can use any of the catapults/launchers we have built so far in lockdown including today’s catapult/launcher).

 

- Which of your machines launches the same missile the furthest?

- Which is the most accurate for hitting a target?

- Create a game using any (or all) of your launchers, by drawing chalk targets, or using containers and decide on how many points each target should be worth. Challenge your brothers/sisters/parents to play against you. Who can score the most? Do you need different start lines for different ages/heights to make it a fair game?

 

Fri/weekend - Optional Maths (LP) Mymaths has been set and is about angles OR you can play the maths dice game shown below.

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Optional maths game Fri 5.6.20

Resources for D&T (Different versions for you to explore)
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