Good Morning Year 3!!
Here is Miss Chorley and Sophie doing something planting in the storm yesterday!
Please complete 10 minutes of TT Rockstars.
Yesterday you looked at how to measure perimeter, today you are going to look at how to calculate perimeter when the numbers are already there for you. This is where they try and make it a bit trickier!
On a rectangle, they will give you at least 2 side lengths. Remember the sides opposite each other will be the same length!
If they give you a square with only 1 side length filled in, don't worry! All of the sides will be that length!
Make sure you are in the same unit of measurement on each side of a shape (cm, mm or m), this means you may have to do some converting:
100cm = 1m
1cm = 10mm
Please watch the video to help you today!
Questions 5 and 6 are challenging today!
Video Link: https://vimeo.com/427995317
Willow Group Phonics
Your last prefix of the week is 'anti'.
1. Find out what the prefix 'anti' means.
2. Use either a paper dictionary or an online dictionary to find some words with the prefix 'anti', find out the meanings as you go if you need!
3. Choose 3 to put into a sentence.
Oak Group Phonics
Ask your parents/carers to give you a spelling test on the words you have been practising this week.
Then for the ones you haven’t quite got right practice 3 times each. Well Done keep up your hard work!
Whole Class Writing Task
Woohoo!! You have almost finished your jungle logs! I'm so excited to read them! Today you are writing that final paragraph about the end of your day in the jungle.
How did it end?
How did you feel?
What did you do when you got back?
Would you go again?
I still want to see those awesome adjectives guys!
We are still on our animals including humans topic. You are going to be looking at the human skeleton today!
You have a few options of what you can do depending on whether you have a printer. I don't mind if you complete 1, 2 or 3:
1. On the activity below (a fun one!), you have got lots bones that you need to cut out and try and put in the correct place to make the human skeleton, then you can put the labels on next to the correct bones.
2. If you don't have a printer, you could ask someone to help you draw some of the bones on paper for you to cut out and label (it could just be the outline of the bones you draw).
3. If you don't want to cut out the skeleton and just want to label it, you can use this activity below (when you click on the document it's the first page you need). Again, if you don't have a printer, you could draw the outline of a person and then use the sheet below to label where the bones would be.