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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3 - Marvellous Monkeys

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 In our class we have Mrs Kerr (Mon-Wed) and Mrs Brabbs (Wed-Fri) teaching us.

Mrs Fisher and Mrs Cook also work with us within our class.

  Image result for class dojo   Class Dojo

We use Class Dojo as a reward system in class alongside rewards for Reading and the Termly raffle prizes.

There is a facility on here for you to contact the class teacher via private message if you have any questions or concerns about anything.

Each week the work will be posted on the website below and dojo daily.

The links to activities or teaching slides/videos are all highlighted.

A weekly timetable will be placed on Class Dojo of the activities below - Image result for zoom Zoom meeting times included.

Timetable for Dojo 1st March.docx 

 

Monday 1st March Tuesday 2nd March Wednesday 3rd March Thursday 4th March Friday 5th March

Maths

Play the game Hit the button to practise your times tables.

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

 Zoom 10am 

Day 1 Recognise and describe 2d shapes

If you miss the zoom please look at the power point and talk to your children about the ideas then the sheet is like the power point

day 1 recognise and describe 2d shapes.pptx

You will need a pen/pencil and paper whilst working 

Video to help you understand properties of 2d

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/ztpwdmn

Here is a link to the worksheets and next steps. 

Please complete the first sheet of the worksheets the 2nd is a trickier challenge.

day 1 worsheet-Recognise-and-describe-2D-shapes.pdf

 

Please scroll further down for the children's main English lessons.

 

Maths

Add and subtract 3-digit and 2-digit numbers - not crossing 100

ttrockstars 15 mins practice

Practise your 3,4 and 8 times tables

 

 Zoom 10am 

Day 1 Recognise and describe 3d shapes

If you miss the zoom please look at the power point and talk to your children about the ideas then the sheet is like the power point

You will need a pen/pencil and paper whilst working.

This is a short video to understand what a 3d shape property is:

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zgqpk2p

day 2-Recognise-and-describe-3D-.pptx

Work for today and next steps is attached under here.

Please complete the first sheet of the worksheets the 2nd is a trickier challenge.

day 3Turns-and-angles-2020.pdf

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Maths

TT Rockstars 15 minutes

You will need a pen/pencil and paper for todays zoom at 9.45am

 

Day 1 Recognise and describe 2d shapes

If you miss the zoom please look at the power point and talk to your children about the ideas then the sheet is like the power point

day 3-Turns-and-angles.pptx

Please complete the first sheet of the worksheets the 2nd is a trickier challenge.

day 3Turns-and-angles-2020.pdf

Maths

TT Rockstars 15 minutes

Practise your 3,4 and 8 times tables.

Zoom 9.30am

If you miss the zoom please look at the power point and talk to your child about the ideas. The activity sheet is the same as the power point.

Y3-Right-angles-in-shapes-2020 powerpoint.pptx

Answer questions 1-6 today

Y3 Right-angles-in-shapes-2020.pdf

Next step

Maths next step right angles 4.3.21.docx

To help understand more about right angles;

Turns and angles (focus on right angles) - Year 3 - P5 - Maths - Catch Up Lessons - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize

Make a right angle maker to help you spot right angles around the house.

Maths 

TT Rockstars 15 minutes

Beat that week 8.pdf Remember you only have 60 seconds to see how many you can do.

Problem solving FridayImage result for zoom

Today's lesson is going to be done on zoom at 9.30 am - code sent via class dojo. 

We are going to be problem solving.

The children will need a pen/pencil

I will show the children problem solving sheet 16a Train track ( You will not have this sheet as I will share this on the computer)

I will ask questions which they will then answer as we solve the problem.

Once we have completed that the children will be shown problem solving 16b Model Airplanes which I will discuss through with them.

Children then need to complete 16b Model Airplanes independently.

model airplanes 16b.pdf

Please then send a photo of their answers to class dojo.

 

 

Reading - World Book Day

 PLEASE only complete the first set of questions

Read about World Book Day on the link below and then try to answer the questions. You can just write the answers on a piece of paper.

World Book Day.pdf

 

 

Reading David Walliams

  PLEASE only complete the first set of questions

Read about David Walliams on the link below and then try to answer the questions. You can just write the answers on a piece of paper.

 t2-e-41379-lks2-david-walliams-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity-english_ver_7.pdf

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Reading JK Rowling

  PLEASE only complete the first set of questions

Read about JK Rowling on the link below and then try to answer the questions. You can just write the answers on a piece of paper.

 

t2-e-2261-jk-rowling-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity_ver_6.pdf

 

Reading World Book Day

 PLEASE only complete the first set of questions

Read about World book day on the link below and then try to answer the questions. You can just write the answers on a piece of paper.

t2-e-4724-lks2-world-book-day-differentiated-reading-comprehension_ver_3.pdf

 




Reading Roald Dahl

  PLEASE only complete the first set of questions

Read about Roald Dahl on the link below and then try to answer the questions. You can just write the answers on a piece of paper.

 t-l-51740-ks1-roald-dahl-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity_ver_3.pdf



 

Science = Igneous Rock

Our new science topic of rocks and soils starts this week

Today .is an Oak National Academy video.

Please watch the video and pause at appropriate places to complete the tasks. 

The teacher will take you through the task and ask you to pause to write your answers.

You will need : pen/pencil

Paper

 

 

SPELLING/ SPAG activities

This week spellings underneath.

WATCH SLIDES 16 -26

Y3-4 - Spring 1 - Presentation.pdf

practising the spellings below

young

touch

double

trouble

country

county

couple

cousin

enough

encourage

 

R.E
Leading up to Easter we need to look at lent and how this is important in the Christian calendar.  
Please watch and follow the power points below.

  • Music linked to World book day.
  • Today please look through the slides and complete the rhythms.
  • Frog = 1 clap
  • Tadpole = 2 claps
  • This is like syllables in a work. Power point link below
  • World Book Day themed music.pptx .

Art/World book day 

Art/design and make your own book mark

You can add any quote or pictures to your book mark you don’t just have to do exactly the same as on the tutorial.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HHB1X0i1FQ

SPELLING/ SPAG activities

This week spellings underneath.

LOOK AGAIN AT SLIDES 16-26

Practice the rule ou diagraph

Look at these 3 words each one the ou makes a different sound!

youth - long oo sound
round - ow - brown cow sound
tough - u

Y3-4 - Spring 1 - Presentation.pdf

young

touch

double

trouble

country

county

couple

cousin

enough

encourage

R.E
Leading up to Easter we need to look at lent and how this is important in the Christian calendar.  
Please watch and follow the power points below.

RoL Lent Day 4 - Encouraging 1.pptx

RoL Lent Day 5 - Celebrating 1.pptx

 

 Well-being Wednesday

- linked to our World Book Day

 Please can children either design a new front cover for their favourite book or create a “book in a box”  .

A “book in a box” is a lovely project where children have a box and make it into a scene from their favourite book or put different objects that are linked to one of the characters.

If you google “book in a box projects” there are lots of lovely ideas. 

Here are some examples;

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R.E
Leading up to Easter we need to look at lent and how this is important in the Christian calendar.  
Please watch and follow the power points below.
Spellings
What do the words mean. Understand the context of the word.

young

touch

double

trouble

country

county

couple

cousin

enough

encourage

 

World Book Day

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Reading for fun and enjoyment is so important. So this year for World book day the theme is "Settle down with a book."

The power point below gives you activities for this afternoon which includes;

*Building a reading den

*Designing a book token

*The masked reader

Featherstone All Saints World Book Day Activities 4.3.21.pptx

Have fun reading and remember to send your work and pictures through to Class dojo.

R.E
Leading up to Easter we need to look at lent and how this is important in the Christian calendar.  
Please watch and follow the power points below.

RoL Lent Day 8 - Creating 1.pptx

RoL Lent Day 9 - Reflecting 1.pptx

Spellings

Can I spell them? Practise spelling the different words.

young

touch

double

trouble

country

county

couple

cousin

enough

encourage

World Book Day continued

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Today I would like to share some of the activities included within World book day. The link below takes you to the Author and illustrator page, where there are lots of activities to choose from. You could be a story detective, look at funny stories or tell stories through pictures. The choice is yours. Have fun and enjoy loving books and reading.

World Book Day author & illustrator videos for schools

 

R.E
Leading up to Easter we need to look at lent and how this is important in the Christian calendar.  
Please watch and follow the power points below.
 

Spellings

Spelling test.

How many can I spell?

young

touch

double

trouble

country

county

couple

cousin

enough

encourage

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English  = World Book Day

If you need a refresher on the English terminology. Follow the link below

MC Grammar (theteachertrain.com)

English - Lesson 1 

 Zoom Lesson details will be sent through dojo.

Today we would like children to pick an author (some ideas on the power point and attachments below.)

Please can children complete research about the author they choose. (In the form of a brainstorm as we have done before Inge Lehmann)

They should look for information about:

childhood & education

Life before books (jobs etc)

Becoming an author (starting to write books how many books have they written?)

Interesting facts 

 Look at the power point about famous authors:

 t2-e-5234-famous-british-children-authors-powerpoint-_ver_1.pptx

 

The aim for tomorrow is to make a fact file about your chosen author like the one about Roald Dahl  below:

t2-t-282-roald-dahl-fact-file_ver_1.pdf

 

Zoom Lesson details will be sent through dojo.

English - Lesson 2

Today we are going to use yesterdays information to write a fact file about your chosen author using the information you collected in your brainstorm yesterday:

The sheet below gives children an idea of how to set this out.

 t2-t-282-roald-dahl-fact-file_ver_1.pdf

We are using the sub-headings 

childhood & education

Life before books (jobs etc)

Becoming an author (starting to write books how many books have they written?)

Interesting facts 

Under each sub-heading the sentences should be about that subject. 

The information collected yesterday now need to be turned into sentences with correct punctuation.

For example:

Childhood & Education

Roald Dahl was born in Wales to Norwegian parents. He had an older sister called Asti who sadly died when she was 7 years old. Roald’s father was so upset, he fell ill with pneumonia and died a few weeks after Asti. Roald’s
mother was pregnant, and gave birth to Roald’s younger sister, Asta.


Roald did not like school, and after getting into trouble in his Welsh primary school, his mother sent him to boarding school - first in Weston-Super-Mare and then Repton Public
School in Derbyshire he was terribly home sick.

 

 

 

English - Lesson 3

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Today I want you think,

What is your favourite book?

Explain which is your favourite book and why?

Create a little fact file for your favourite book and create an illustration of the cover.

World book day fact file 4.3.21.docx

 

 

English- Lesson 4

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Create a new character for your favourite story.

Describe their appearance (what they look like) in a paragraph.

Use the word mat below to help you create some good expanded noun phrases to describe your character.

Character-description-word-mat.pdf

e.g 

Her dark brown corkscrew curls popped out of the blue woollen bobble hat.

Then move onto another paragraph to describe their Character traits.

Use the Character traits vocabulary mat to help.

Character-Traits-Vocabulary.pdf

Are they being good or bad character?

e.g 

Tom was an intelligent boy with a kind heart.

 

English- Lesson 5

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Write an alternative ending to your favourite book and use your new character that you created yesterday.

You might decide you want to have a happy ending or even a sad ending.

Your character may take you in to the future or the past at the end of your story, so it gives another opportunity for the author to write a new another book. 

Be as creative as you can and I am looking forward to reading your story endings.

 

 

 

P.E - A message from Elite P.E

Every day at 8.30am we will be putting out the PE lesson/challenges for all children and family members to take part and there will be a variety of PE activities from fundamental movement skills, hand eye co ordination, dance, gym, Multi Sports and yoga!

Please follow the links below and let's get active and have fun!

https://www.facebook.com/PE-PRO-109958924109621

 https://twitter.com/PE_ProApp

 https://www.instagram.com/pe_proapp/

 https://www.linkedin.com/in/pe-pro-1baa481b1/

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