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Week 9

Week 9

 

Hello Year 3,

 

Well done for all of your hard work last week. It was great to be in contact with lots of you and to hear that you are enjoying your work at home. I hope that the weather will get a bit better this week so that you can get chance to go outside a bit more. I hope you are ready for a brand new week of home learning. Please remember to email me if you have any questions about any of the work and keep sending me photos of the fabulous things that you are up to at home!

 

Keep smiling Year 3!

 

We hope you all have a lovely week!

Mr Elliot & Mrs Wood

 

Maths

 

Monday – Measure length

Tuesday – Equivalent lengths (m and cm)

Wednesday – Equivalent lengths (mm and cm)

Thursday – Compare lengths

Friday – Friday Maths Challenge

 

There is no need to print most of the activities as answers and responses can be written straight into books or on any paper.

 

Sumdog - Complete the activities allocated on there.

 

BBC Bitesize – From this week White Rose Maths and BBC Bitesize run in line with each other.  This means that every day, there’s a learning video on the White Rose page to watch and a link to that day’s BBC Bitesize page for more information and even more lesson content.

 

English

 

Writing - https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-3/english#subjects

 

This week, The National Academy are looking at writing a letter. In this week’s lessons, you will cover a number of English objectives including: word meaning, identifying key features of a text, subordinate clauses and writing your own letter. Have a go at completing each of the daily activities and do not forget to send me your stories at the end of the week.

When you click on the link, all of the lessons from previous weeks are still on there, make sure that you only do the ones for this week, which are at the bottom of the web page.

 

Spellings

This week’s spellings focus: words ending with a /chuh/ sound spelt with ‘ture’

  1. creature
  2. picture
  3. nature
  4. furniture
  5. capture
  6. culture
  7. moisture
  8. future
  9. gesture
  10. structure

 

Practise these words three times and write them in sentences.

 

Reading – JK Rowling’s new children’s book

JK Rowling (the author of the Harry Potter novels) is releasing her new children’s book, The Ickabog, chapter by chapter over the next 7 weeks.

 

The most exciting part is that JK Rowling would like you to illustrate her new fairy tale story. Every day, she will be making suggestions for what you might like to draw. You can enter the official competition being run by her publishers, for the chance to have your artwork included in a printed version of the book due out later this year. She will be giving suggestions as to what to draw as you go along, but you should let your imagination run wild.

 

The book can be found here: https://www.theickabog.com/home/

 

Spellings – RWI (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

For any extra spelling and reading work please visit Oxford Owl (Web address above) using the following log in details:

Username: clehy3

Password: year3

 

You will need to log in through the ‘My Class Login’ at the top of the web page. Some of the resources are PDF documents but these don’t need to be printed off, the work can simple be completed on paper or in books. Oxford Owl also has a free online eBook library which includes the popular Project X series. 

 

PE

Joe Wicks: 9am daily

 

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

Cosmic kids - Yoga and mindfulness:

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

 

History/ Topic [Please continue]

We hope you will enjoy completing the activities, which can be completed anytime throughout the Summer Term. The children can choose to complete as many of the activities they would like, once an activity has been completed you send it to me on the Year 3 email address and will upload them to our class web page.

History

I would like you to complete the BBC Bitesize lesson on ‘How and why did the Romans invade Britain?’ In this lesson, you will find out how and why the Romans came to Britain. The lesson includes three videos about the Romans and two activities to build knowledge and understanding.

 

Music – Recorders

A message from Mrs Meek - I hope those of you who have been learning to play the recorder with me have been able to do a bit of practising. Perhaps you could spend the next couple of weeks rehearsing a piece of music and then ask someone to film you giving a performance to some members of your family. I would love to see them. As we shall not be able to perform to the rest of the school and your parents like we did last year, anyone who sends a video will earn their gold performance belt for their recorder. We can have a presentation session once you are back in school. Keep playing! 🎶

 

French 

Complete the BBC Bitesize French lesson on how to talk about the clothes you wear and the food you eat. You can access the lesson here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z64xprd

 

Science - I can identify and name bones.

We are going we are going to be identifying and name the different bones in the human body. Look through the teaching power point then there are 3 activity sheets to go with the power point please choose 1* 2* or 3* (All work and PowerPoint are in the resources section below.).

 

Fancy Something Different

Why not have a go at trying to achieve a Blue Peter Badge. There are so many different Blue Peter badges for you to earn, the link below will show you how you could get your hands on one! Can you collect them all?

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/about-blue-peter-badges

 

You can earn eight badges. Please note that the application process for each badge is different, so click on the link under each badge to get instructions on how to earn that badge.

 

If you have any other questions, please check out the Blue Peter badge question and answer page.

 

Should you have any technical issues with websites or missing logins/passwords then we have set up a new email address for you to send these queries, which will be monitored by Mr Duffy.   

 

onlinelearning@collinghamschool.org

 

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