Good Morning Year 3! I hope you had a lovely weekend and have a great Monday!
On Saturday, me and my mum went on a 20 mile bike ride and went past these beautiful swans and their babies!
1. The Daily Five - Maths
This week we will be revising adding and subtracting to give our memories a refresh of it! Some of you may feel confident to just have a go without needing to watch the video, but it would be good to give yourself a reminder of what you need to do!
Remember, with column addition or subtraction, ALWAYS start in the ones column!
Questions 5, 6 and 7 are the challenges today!
Video link: https://vimeo.com/417332039
Worksheet link is underneath the daily 5 if you would like to print! Here is also a picture of it.
2. The Daily Five - Literacy
This is the final week on Carrie's War, I'm so happy to see that lots of you have been following it so well.
Watch episode 6 on this link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/english-ks1--ks2-episode6-carries-war/zf98f4j
Instead of completing the set sheet, I would like you to draw Mr Evan's on a piece of paper and around him, using this episode, write words or phrases around it that describe him.
This week we are using our phonics poems to learn the spelling of the end of ‘le’ words. Today you are going to do the first poem called “Colin the Clown”. Read through the poem once then read it again drawing a circle around each ‘le’ word. Then choose five words and practice them three times. (Attached at the bottom of this page)
I would love you to learn the poem and send me a video of you saying the poem on Class Dojo.
3. The Daily Five - Project
Mr Sage has uploaded some more French for you! Have a watch at this numbers lesson!
Video Link: https://vimeo.com/417243280
4. The Daily Five - Outside Time
Complete an exercise video of your choice.
Here is a bug hunt you could do in your gardens! I have attached it as a link at the bottom if you would also like to print which you should also be able to read a bit clearer than the image below.
5. The Daily Five - Reading
Read a book of your choice, note it down in your reading log.