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Thursday 2nd April

Good Morning from Miss Eggby! I just want to say a huge thank you for sending your photos of your creations to Miss Chorley for me to see. It has made me very happy seeing that you are having fun and making the most of your home learning and the outside. I have enjoyed looking through each and every one of your photos! The bug houses, outdoors naughts and crosses games, Easter egg designs and rainbows I have seen have all been fantastic! Below are some of the bug houses that some of you wanted to share with the rest of the class. Well Done Year 3! You are ALL doing AMAZING! Enjoy your daily 5!

1. The Daily Five - Maths

Below I have posted a picture of a fraction wall, this shows how many fractions can make a whole and that some fractions can equal the same as others (we will move onto that another time!). I would like you to go outside, either using sticks, grass or anything you want (even from inside), and make your own fraction wall. Can you label each line to show what fractions they are showing?

Remember, your twigs, grass or whatever you are using need to be the same size as the others on that line. 

2. The Daily Five - Literacy

Complete today's diary entry. Challenge - can you get some of your common exception words in?

3. The Daily Five - Outside Time

Take a plain piece of paper and either your pencil, colouring pencils or crayons outside. Have a go at doing some rubbings of different surfaces in your garden. For example, if you have a tree, put your paper on the tree trunk and colour it in. What interesting patterns can you find? You can do this with anything in your garden like leaves, grass, sticks or the patio. I am excited to see what patterns you have managed to make! You may also like to experiment with using different colours on the same rubbing.

4. The Daily Five - Project

Make an Easter card or picture for your family! You may use whatever you like to make this.

5. The Daily Five - Reading

Read a book (or part of a book) from home or from Oxford Reading Owl and log it onto your reading log.

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