Monday 8th June
Update: Please find attached French work from Mrs McCloskey.
It was great to hear from you last Wednesday, we are glad that most of you are doing really well with home learning. We will keep going with it continuing to follow BBC Bitesize.
Some fantastic pieces of work keep coming and we are really grateful for these as it helps us to follow your learning and allows us to give you some feedback.
Keep writing and sending it over!
Carry on using BBC Bitesize, this week you will revise use of speech marks to start with.
We are also continuing with The Black Hat unit; you need to create your magical creature and describe it taking part in a show.
Please find all resources attached below and remember to watch the video clip first (choose The Black Hat).
Start practising your new set of spellings.
Remember to read daily, you can use ebooks from a county library online or Oxford Owl https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page.
Complete Bitesize tasks to practise fractions.
For some extra explanation and practise follow link to White Rose unit with more examples of how to work on fractions.
Some of you will need to carry on using Year 1 or 2 work, if Year 3 is too challenging at the moment.
Use Mathletics or TT Rock Stars daily to gain more confidence across different areas of Maths, on Friday you can practise speed with which you recall your timetables, if your parents can print the worksheets off ( all attached under TT Rock Stars button in Year 3). Choose the timetables you need to work on, in Year 3 you should know 2,3,4,5,8 and 10 time tables.
Science - Teeth and Digestion- experiment.
This week we have an experiment to conduct, using egg shell to represent our teeth enamel. Please don't look at the results on the sheet before you can see yours, it should take about three days for them to be visible. Then you can compare your observations with the ones on the worksheet. Have fun!
RE - Being Christians.
What does it mean to be a Christian? We know we should follow Jesus' example. What guidance did he leave us in his parables?
Look at the presentation about Being Christians and reflect on what is important in every Christian's life.
Read 'Good Samaritan parable' and answer questions. What was the reason for Jesus to tell this story to people?
Remember also to do some exercises with Joe Wicks, other independent sport activities or 'Just Dance' on Youtube.
Enjoy your week,
Mrs Anderton and Mrs Onion