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Tuesday 28th April

Good Morning Wonderful Year 3! Keep Smiling!!

 

1. The Daily Five - Maths

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

Please download Week 2 Lesson 5 Equivalent Fractions (1) worksheet. Either have this open in a tab and have some pen and paper near you, or print it off to write on. Then watch either the video of me talking you through it and you can answer the questions as we go or watch the White Rose Maths video. Please be aware that once I've discussed the questions I do go through the answers so please pause at the points necessary.

 

Main video: https://weareacademy.primarysite.media/media/main-maths-284

Challenge: https://weareacademy.primarysite.media/media/maths-challenge-284

 

2. The Daily Five - Literacy

For the next few days you are going to be writing up your Newspaper Report. This is why you planned it out yesterday. Have your plan out infront of you. Today I would like you to just to your heading and your introduction. I have attached a template for you if some of you would like to use (it is attached underneath the daily 5), otherwise, use some lined or plain paper and make it your own! Remember to split your page into 2 columns.

Oak Group: 

Once you have finished writing each word 3 times from Monday, using your words in sentences. (remember: punctuation, similes and adverbs).

 

3. The Daily Five - Outside Time

Complete a workout video of your choice.

There is supposed to be some rain today! So what I would like you to do is get a plastic bottle of any type. Use your ruler and write centimetres going up the bottle. Then see how many centimetres of rain water you can collect today.

 

4. The Daily Five - Project

Today we are going to make our salt dough into a soldiers medal. Soldiers would get medals in WW2 for completing many different heroic things. Perhaps you could research some of the things British Soldiers got medals for? Below are some examples of what the medals look like. I would like you to have a go at modelling your salt dough into a medal. It can be completely your own design! Or you can copy a medal from the pictures. Also make sure you put a hole at the top of your medal so you can thread something through it if you like.

 

This will then need to dry out, you could either leave it in the sun for the day (if it is sunny!) or pop it into the oven on about 180 degrees, check it after an hour. If it has hardened then take it out, it may need longer depending on how big or thick yours is!

 

If you couldn't make salt dough - don't worry! Either get some card, paper or any materials from home and have a go at making your medal out of these! Or, you could simply design your own medal by drawing it on paper and tomorrow you can then colour/paint it, or even make it out of play dough.

 

5. The Daily Five - Reading

Please complete some reading today of your choice and then write down what you have read onto your reading log.

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