Good Morning Year 3! I can’t believe how quickly the weekend went! I hope you all had a lovely one and are ready for the new week!
A couple of photos to start the week off.. here is a lovely picture of Miss Chorley and Ben, and here is my cat trying to steal my rainbow cupcake.. he’s so greedy!!
1. The Daily Five - Maths
Go onto the link above, click on Summer Term Week 2 (w/c 27th April), Lesson 1 - Add Fractions. Please watch the video and complete as much as you can.
Main Learning Point From the Video:
You may find you don't need to watch all of the video, it's pretty simple. All you have to do is add the numerators (top numbers) of the fraction, and leave the bottom numbers the same! No matter what the bottom number is, ALWAYS keep it the same!
2. The Daily Five - Literacy
We are still looking at recounts which is where we talk about things that have happened in the past. Last week we wrote some Newspaper Reports and I have really enjoyed reading the ones that some of you put up on your portfolio. Today, I would like you to write a letter to anyone you like talking about what you did over the weekend.
Watch Mr Thorne does possessive apostrophes using this link: Watch it once through once and then watch it again.
This time at the end of this page is a worksheet for you to complete. Have a go at 2 of them.
3. The Daily Five - Outside Time
Complete an exercise video of your choice. It is important that you are keeping active!
Then go outside and make your own version of this game using whatever you have at home. You have to throw your object on one of the numbers and keep adding up your points. How many points can you get to?
4. The Daily Five - Project
During WW2, people would use Anderson Shelters to keep them safe. This week we are going to make our very own. I have put some pictures beneath, today I would like you to simply draw/design an Anderson Shelter that you can make (I have also put some examples of some that other children have made). You could even label what materials you would use to make it.
5. The Daily Five - Reading
Read a book of your choice, write down what you have read in your reading log.