Good Morning Year 3, I hope you are all well. I am missing you a lot!
Some photos for today:
Here is Miss Chorley a little while ago with her god daughter and her Grandma who was in fact a land girl during WW2! Her Grandma’s husband also flew the Lancaster plane during WW2. It’s amazing how many connections some of us have to it, do you have any?
And from me... after a busy and wet day at Wedmore yesterday, I decided to put my feet up and relax for the evening. I hope you guys are finding time to relax too and still have big smiles on your faces!!
1. The Daily Five - Maths
We are going to be skipping a few sessions, could you please go onto Summer Term Week 1, Lesson 3 Compare Fractions. Download the worksheet and watch the White Rose video. I would like everyone to complete questions 1-4. If you feel like that has been challenging enough for you, you may stop there, feel free to carry on for some extra challenge though!
Remember to see these signs < > as crocodile mouths, the biggest number will always go at the open side of the crocodile mouths, because crocodiles are greedy and like to eat more!
You could make some fraction strips like I did in yesterday’s video to compare some.
Lastly, don’t panic if you find it tricky, you are not in school to learn this so you may find it harder. Do what you are able to do! Anything you do is fantastic!
2. The Daily Five - Literacy
We are continuing with our Newspaper Reports today! Today I would like you to do the facts section. This will be the main part of your report, talking about the things people have been doing. This is also where you might include some made up quotes.
Remember how you punctuate your speech:
2. Capital Letter
3. The speech
4. Punctuation ./,/!/?
Example: "Miss Eggby baked some cakes!"
Oak Group: Read, learn and say the poem: In Trouble. Then write down all the words with contractions.
3. The Daily Five - Outside Time
Complete an exercise video of your choice.
Unfortunately it is supposed to rain again today. Go and see how much water your bottle has collected. How much more was it than yesterday? When it is not raining, go outside and have a play!
4. The Daily Five - Project
Today you are going to paint your salt dough medal using any paints you have at home. Most medals would be Gold, Silver or Bronze, but you can do any colour you like! If you like, you can then put any material through the hole to make the part that holds the medal, or you could simply put a bit of string through it and wear it when it is dry!
5. The Daily Five - Reading
Please complete some reading of your choice and write down what you have read in your reading log.