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Thursday 23rd April

Good morning everyone! I hope you are enjoying the sunshine! Miss Chorley and I have spent lots of time in our gardens. Here are some of the beautiful flowers we have growing. Have you planted anything during this time? Also, here is Sophie with her fantastic cake for the NHS for her brownie badge! Have a lovely day!

1. The Daily Five - Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

You are now moving onto week 2 - lesson 1 - fractions on a number line. Watch the video and then download the worksheet. Either print it or write the answers on paper. Then check your work with the answers you can download.

 

For question 2 - using this fraction wall will help you see which fractions are bigger or smaller.

 

Key Learning Points from the video to help you:

1. If the number on the bottom (denominator) is the same on all fractions, you just order them by looking at the top number.

2. When both the numbers on the top and bottom are the same, this is a WHOLE.

3. Lets say you have 4/3, this is the same as 1 and 1/3, because 3/3 would be 1 whole and then you have 1/3 extra third.

4. Equivalent means the same or equal.

5. If the top number is bigger than the bottom number, then it is GREATER THAN A WHOLE.

6. If you have a blank number line like below, count the lines (not the 0 line) until you get to one, that will tell you what your bottom number (denominator) will be. For example, the denominator on these fractions will be 3. You would have 0, then 1/3, then 2/3, then 1 or 3/3.

 

2. The Daily Five - Literacy

Look at this picture and answer the questions below.

OAK GROUP PHONICS:

TODAY'S Phonics:   Weekly Spelling Test

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! You have worked hard.

 

3. The Daily Five -

 

Outside Time

Complete an exercise video of your choice.

Go outside and find some twigs, if you have some string or wool, you can wrap these around your twigs to make a triangle, then continue to wrap the string around the middle of the twigs to make a nice decoration.

 

4. The Daily Five - Project

Choose 5 new common exception words to learn. Practise them in a creative way! Share the way you have practised them with someone else to give them inspiration! Make it as fun as you can.

 

5. The Daily Five - Reading

Complete your daily reading either using your own books from home, Big Cat Collin's ebooks, online audio books or Oxford Owl. Remember to log this onto your reading log.

 

 

 

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