SUMMER TERM -WEEK 1-
Year 3 - Working At Home
During this time Mrs Nuttall will temporarily be looking after the learning for Year 3 pupils
Week beginning 20th April, 2020.
I hope you have had a fabulous Easter and a well earned rest! This half term, I will be updating this web page with Maths, English and Topic activities which you can do at home. These will be either online activities or refer to work in the packs sent home by Mrs Cooley and will be updated weekly.
Please bear in mind that there will be times when these links / sites are not working due to the high demand from all school children and teachers. Don't worry just complete the activities when you can.
Please keep sending emails and photographs of what you are doing at home, I love to see them!
Mums and Dads, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
You can contact me by email at: email@example.com
Thank you and keep safe!
This week we are going to be looking at using adverbs in our writing to make it more interesting. Please go through the PowerPoint below and complete the activities.
Downloads from the Grammar PowerPoint
You can download these worksheets to work on alongside the PowerPoint.
Each of the below links have differentiated activities. You only need to complete one activity on each link.
> Activity Sheet Identifying Adverbs
> Activity Sheet Magic Adverbs
Watch this video clip by clicking on the link and complete the activities below.
- Discuss what happened in the video. Can you orally retell the events in the video clip?
- Using good verbs and adverbs write a short story about Dum Spiro. Use the events in the video clip to help you. Describe what he does. How he moves.
Year 3, please keep writing your Diary Entry, remember to include your personal feelings and thoughts. I look forward to seeing all of your lock down diaries.
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 22 on Spelling Shed - Adding the suffix ‘-ally’ which is used instead of ‘-ly’ when the root word ends in ‘–ic.’. Keep practising!
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.
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 texts.
1.Build a model Celtic house or Celtic den. You can find out about Celtic houses on the BBC history website and BBC Bitesize. If you can't build one you could draw one.
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. Design and make a board game to help you practise your times tables. What will your game look like? What will be the rules of the game? What will be the instructions? Will it have action cards? Will you use a dice and counters? How will a player win?
Email pictures of any of these or your own fun activities and I will add them to the gallery.
Take a look at some of Year 3's fab home learning!
And more lock-down learning!
Multiplication and division
This week we will be focusing on:-
- Counting from 0 in multiples of 4, 8, 50 and 100.
- Recalling and using multiplication and division facts for the 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables.
Please practise counting up from 0 in multiples of 4,8, 50 and 100. Practise your 3, 4 and 8 times tables. Learn how knowing one times tables facts can help us with more tricky times table facts.
Can you draw number lines and draw arrays (see above) and look for patterns and relationships between the 2, 4 and 8 times tables? What do you notice?
Have a go at this challenge.
There are some activities to complete on Education City too.
Keep practising your times tables everyday and keep 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. There are also practice sheets in your packs.
Over the coming weeks we are going to be learning about what Britain was like in the time of the Romans. Before the Romans invaded, the people who lived in Britain were the Celts. The Celts were not one group. They were divided up into tribes which lived in different parts of Britain, each one having their own chief or king.
I would like to to do the following activities this week.
1) Find out the answers to the following questions:-
What is a tribe?
Why might there be so many tribes?
Why might tribes have attacked each other sometimes?
2) Research a Celtic tribe living in Britain when the Romans invaded.
You can find out about:-
- Where they lived in Britain.
- Who their leader was.
- What they wore.
- What they ate.
- What their houses looked like.
- What jobs they had...
Don't forget to email me your pictures to:
and I will put them on our scrolling page.
Challenge of the Day
Well done Kayden who found all the letters which have reflective symmetry in yesterday's challenge.
Email your answers to today's challenge to me and don't forget to check here tomorrow for your next challenge.