St Bartholomew's CE Primary

01706 344631

Head@st-bartholomews.lancs.sch.uk

Hallfold, Hall St, Whitworth, Lancs OL12 8TL

Year 3 working at home - SPRING TERM

Home Learning: Week 2.

Week beginning 30th March, 2020.

I had such a lovely day yesterday, speaking to most of you. Year 3, I really miss not seeing you each day, it was great to hear your voices and learn about all the great things you have been doing at home. When we get back together, we will have some lovely time listening to what we have all been doing. Keep all the work you do and all the things you make and bring them into school. Mr. Crabtree came into our classroom yesterday and said, once again, how fantastic your Iron Man Projects were!

I have been in school some days, when I haven't been there I have been cleaning my house and going out for my daily exercise.

 Mums and Dads, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. 

You can contact me by phoning school or by e-mailing me at: year3@st-bartholomews.lancs.sch.uk

Thank you and keep safe!

Mrs. Cooley 

English Activity

 

Diary Entry

Year 3, please keep writing your Diary Entry, remember to include your personal feelings, as well (just like Hogarth did when we wrote our diaries in class) It was great to hear the different ways you are recording this, I look forward to displaying the written ones and watching the PowerPoints. (Remember, when Sophie, Corey and Arabella did theirs sitting in my chair!)

 

Writing Instructions 

Write a set of instructions, for a friend, to make a moving picture, use mine (under technology) to help you with the layout.

Remember instructions are:

Short, simple sentences which are easy to follow.

Numbered 1, 2, 3 etc.

Have a picture or photograph.

Include a title and the sub-headings Equipment and Method.

Remember time connectives-first, secondly, next, then, after, later, finally.

Include a closing sentence saying what has been made.

Maybe, you could test your instructions on someone in your house to see if they are easy to follow.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/how-to-write-clear-instructions/zrvtscw

 

Spellings

Thank you for sending me last week's scores.

As you will now have your new spellings on a Monday, get someone to test you on the following Monday and send me your results.

This week's spellings are: Unit 21 on Spelling Shed - adding the suffix ly to le words. Keep practising!

https://www.spellingshed.com

Handwriting 

Practise doing our new handwriting style, where we start on the baseline with each letter. Challenge yourself to get a Pen Licence when we start school again.

See if you could be the first!! 

Please download the PowerPoint (below) to show how to form the individual letters.

 

Reading

 Read to yourself or out loud to an adult for 10 minutes each day. Remember read with expression, pausing at the commas. Try to read a variety of different writing-fiction (stories), non-fiction (real information) poetry. 

Fun Activities...

 

1.Build a house den. What is it called? Who is allowed in? What's the password?

 

2. Plan an indoor Treasure Hunt for your Mum, Dad, brother or sister. What clues will you give them? How many treasures will you hide? How do you judge the winner? What's the prize for winning?

 

3. Make a Boot Camp with different stations- star jumps, forward rolls etc. Time yourself and see if you can improve your time every day.

 

4. Produce a Rainbow-the symbol of hope. 
The order of the colours are:

Red

Orange

Yellow

Green

Blue

Indigo

Violet

The first letters spell the mnemonic Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain.

Can you make up your own one which is more fun?  I'll put it on our website along with pictures of your rainbows. Display your picture in your bedroom window or another window where it can be seen by passers-by.

Enter text...

Handwriting Practice
 
It is really important that you form your letters correctly. Watch the PowerPoint, that we use in class, to make sure you form each letter correctly and then practise on a piece of paper. This will prepare you to join your letters.
Make sure each letter is the correct size, too!
 
The letters  b  d  h  k  l  t   are all ascenders - tall letters
 
The letters  f  g   j   p   q   y  are all descenders - come down below the line.
 
all the rest are small letters .
 
How to watch the pencil form the letters:
 
Click on Download Document. 
Once downloaded open it up by clicking on it.
Click on Slideshow at the top, grey panel.
Then click on From Beginning, left hand side.
Keep clicking until you get to the alphabet.
Click on the letter you want to practise and then click on the pencil.
Watch how the pencil forms the letter. 
 

Take a look at some of Year 3's fab home learning!

And more lock-down learning!

Maths Activity

      Time continued 

Telling the time- it is great to hear about the different methods you are using to help you learn to tell the time. Keep practising because it might be a while before you have totally got it! We will be doing Time Challenges- I wonder who will be the quickest?

Roman Numerals- we need to know the Roman Numerals up to 12.

Have a go go at learning these, it's like learning a secret code. When you know all 12 of them get someone at home to test you. Ask them to send me an e-mail and give yourself a DJ.

1 = I                    5 = V                        9 = IX (1 before 10)

2 = II                   6 = VI (1 after 5)        10 = X

3 = III                  7 = VII (2 after 5)       11 = XI (1 after 10)

4 = IV (1 before 5)     8 = VIII (3 after 5)     12 =XII (2 after 10)

Digital Time

Learn that morning is am and afternoon/evening is pm.

Learn to say and write the digital time:

10 past 7 in the morning is 7:10 am

10 past 7 in the evening is 7:10 pm.

Units of Time

Learn that:                         

1 minute = 60 seconds          1 year = 52 weeks  

1 hour = 60 minutes             1 year = 365 days (a leap year has 365)

1 day = 24 hours                1 year = 12 months

                                   A leap year happens every 4 years.

https://www.educationcity.com

 

Times Tables

Wow! I am so impressed you are still practising your times tables everyday and you are timing yourselves to do it in under 3 minutes. Well done, those of you who have got 60/60 for 3 times and have gone up another level. (Award yourself 5 DJs)

Remember to go onto Times Table Rock stars, I am logging how many times you go on!! There are also practice sheets in your packs.

https://ttrockstars.com

 

If you have learnt the rhyme, get your parents to e-mail me and I will put it on our website page (give yourself a DJ and keep a record of these.)

If you are still learning it, keep going...

Thirty days has September,
April, June, and November,
All the rest have thirty-one,
But February's twenty-eight,
The LEAP YEAR, which comes once in four,
Gives February one day more!

Topic Activity

Science: Forces

Thank you for all the fantastic photographs you have e-mailed me. I would have loved our class to have done this together, like our magnet investigations. It looked like you had great fun. Bring your results in and you can see if they are the same as your friend's.

This week, I would like you to roll your vehicle on a slope which is at different angles. The slope can be a plank of wood or anything you can find long enough.

1.Estimate first, at which height the vehicle will travel the furthest along the floor. 

2.Keep it a fair test, by releasing the vehicle at the top of the slope (not pushing) and rolling it on to the same surface.

3.Put one end of your slope, on the floor and then lift the other end so it is different heights off the floor. Place the vehicle at the top of the slope, let it go (without pushing) and record how for it travels along the floor.

Write the title:

An Investigation to Find Out How Far A Vehicle Travels From Different Heights.

1.Apparatus (What you used)

2.Method (What you did)

3. Results (What happened)

Slope height                      Distance the vehicle travelled on the ground.

    10cm                                               ____________ cm

    20cm                                               ____________ cm      

    30cm                                               ____________ cm

    40cm                                               ____________ cm

    50 cm                                              ____________ cm

    60cm                                               ____________ cm

The vehicle travelled the furthest when the slope was at _______ cm high.

The vehicle travelled the shortest when the vehicle was at ______ cm high.

 

4. Conclusion (Why it happened)

The vehicle travelled the furthest distance when the slope was at_____ cm

because ___________________________________________________

 

Technology: To produce a moving picture of the Iron Man.

In our lessons, we investigated moving and pop up books. I would like you to have a go at making a moving picture of the Iron Man falling off the cliff.  

A.Equipment

card (if you can!) or paper, colouring pencils, felt-tips or paint. scissors or a knife (only if an adult is doing it)

B.Method

1.Research the picture of the Iron Man standing on the brink, don't worry if you can't access the internet make your own up!

2.Draw and colour the Iron Man, cut him out, leaving a long strip at the bottom to move him up and down.

3. Draw the cliff and the sea at the bottom then colour it.

4. Cut a a vertical (going up and down) line the length of the cliff.

5. Push the strip through the gap you have made and slide it up and down!

Hooray- you have made a moving picture!

 

Art: To produce pieces of art work  using different materials.

 Remember the fantastic drawings and shading you did and the Iron Man picture we made by layering paper. Have a go at producing different pictures of the Iron Man using a range of materials (pencil, tin foil, cardboard, paint, material) Make a collection of your work. Artists call this a portfolio. 

 

Music: To produce an Iron Man piece of music

You have all the instruments you need for this in your house!

plates, cup, spoons-metal and wooden, plastic bottles, crisp packets etc.

Don't forget your own body-clapping, jumping, whistle, popping, 

Your musical composition should tell a story, in phases:

First:The Iron Man on the brink looking out to sea (quietly thinking)

Second: The Iron Man falling into the sea (loud CRAAASSSHHHINGGG!)

Thirdly: The Iron Man searching on the beach to find each body part (quietly and mysteriously)

Finally: The Iron Man, back together, eating the farmers' machinery (loud, gobbling sound, licking his lips) 

Get your brothers and sisters to help you make the sounds, it's like working in a band! Perform your piece to your family and get them to give you a mark out of /10.

Can't wait to hear your finished pieces!

Don't forget to email me your pictures and other (maybe video) evidence to:

 year3@st-bartholomews.lancs.sch.uk

and I will put them on our scrolling page.