Good Morning Year 3! I hope you are enjoying the sunshine!! Have a lovely day!
Please complete 10 minutes of TT Rockstars.
Today I would like you to have a look at Lesson 2 - Compare angles. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/ When we are comparing, we usually look for which ones are bigger and smaller.
Some learning points:
A right angle looks like this:
An angle smaller than a right angle is called an acute angle and looks like this:
An angle bigger than a right angle is called an obtuse angle and looks like this:
Have a go at the worksheet whilst watching the video, questions 5, 6 and 7 are challenges today.
Willow Group Phonics
Did you manage to work out what the prefix super means? It can mean above, over or greater in quality.
Have a go at making a word search with your super and sub prefixes. Can you get someone at home to have a go at completing it? When they find a word, can you tell them that word in a sentence?
See if you can use a dictionary (paper or online) to find some other sub and super words!
Oak Group Phonics:
Today you have a Polysyllabic word search to complete – good luck!
Whole Class Writing Task
Using the bottom of page 17 to help you and then the template on page 18, please plan a set of instructions on how to tempt your creature out of its hiding place. We have done LOTS on instructions in year 3 so you will ace this!! This is just a plan so you do not need to write lots today.
In your intro, think of a couple of questions to draw your reader in... Have you ever wanted to see a miraculous mermaid? If so, read on to find out how!
You will then use fronted adverbials at the beginning of sentences to show when you need to follow the steps e.g. firstly, secondly, next, then, after that, finally. Remember, you are writing instructions on how someone can get this creature out of its hiding place to see them.
Then give a warning at the end, what must you not to?
This is a plan!! So just write notes.
We are still looking at skeletons today!! Have a go at this activity below that shows you what some of the bones in your body are called!
If you don't have a printer, don't panic! Either snip this onto paint and colour it on the computer, or just discuss with someone where each of the bones are that are being discussed.