Year 3 Archive

 

Friday 5th March

Well, what can I say home learners! I think that you all deserve a ginormous WHOOOOOOOSH and a 1, 2, I'm PROUD OF YOU! It's true, we are so so very proud. You have worked so hard each and every week. Many of you have turned up to the google meets and some have done extra ones too. Some of you have found home learning very hard, especially during the last couple of weeks but you've not given up. Fingers crossed this is the last time we have a lockdown and things will start to go back to normal now. We are SO excited about greeting you in our brand new classrooms on Monday. But for now, here's today's learning...

Miss Pringle x

Celebration

Give Ojie, Olivia F and Ibrahim a faaaaantastic for turning up to almost EVERY google meet plus extra maths lessons too. 

Here are just a few pieces of work that have impressed me this week.

Examples

Phonics Task

It's the last day of lockdown phonics videos today, yay! It's 'igh, fly high.'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/jqbMiTKF/Cm2HBwl7

English Task

You have been learning about writing techniques for non-fiction reports this week and last. On Wednesday, you chose one of the animals to research. Today, I would like you to put all of that information into a report. Look at the beavers text below, it should look similar to that but you can draw pictures of your animal. Below, you can see a link to a template that can be printed off. I can't wait to see and read your reports!

Report template

Beavers

Maths Task

We are continuing our work on measure this week. We will be carrying this on at school next week too.

5-3-21

STRETCH

Afternoon Task

This afternoon, I would like you to take some time to reflect on the lockdown and home learning you have just experienced. You don't have to send it to me (if you don't want to) but maybe you could write or draw a picture of....

1. Something you've enjoyed in lockdown

2. Something you've found hard

3. Something you're looking forward to doing when you return to school

Thursday 4th March 

Happy world book day 2021! You have a few different tasks lined up today. Mr Read will be doing a special assembly at 2:45pm today, you should have been emailed the link! If you can't find it, please let me know. 

Morning Starter

Here's a page from one of our favourite fun books...... I dressed up as this character for world book day last year!

4-3-21

Phonics Task

You're spelling words with 'ee, what can you see?' today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/G6roIwzO/3Ovi1onC

English Task

Your task today will be based on the book below by author Eoin Mclaughlin. 

Think about somebody you miss. It could be a family member, a friend from school or anyone else.

I would like you to write a letter to the person that you miss.

In the letter, include all of the things that you are excited about doing with them when you get to see them again.

You need to include; 
Their name
Their address
The date
The reasons you miss them
Paragraphs
A sign off

Remember what a letter should look like. Please see below for an example of an extract of a letter.

Letters

Maths Task

Your maths task today will be based on this story book, read below by me...

4-3-21

What is the total of cats and kites?
Which total is more? Cats and drums or carpets and boomerangs?
Find 3 different objects that total 9.
Find 4 different objects that total 23.
How would you find how many objects she bought altogether?

Afternoon Tasks

We have got a whole school art task for you to have a go at. This will be focused on your favourite character from a book, I can't wait to see who you choose! Please see below...

4-3-21 WBD

If you want some more to do, here are some links to create your own bookmark and create your own character.

Sustrans task - optional

Sustrans have also created a World Book Day video and challenge for us! Watch the video here and have a go at the task if you want to. 

Task

Wednesday 3rd March

It's already Wednesday! You're halfway through the last week at home, keep going... you can do it! Give a whooooosh to Isabelle, who found 12 different words in the morning starter yesterday. 

Morning Starter

We are continuing on with our plant & animal themes this morning with a spot the difference. 

Can you find all 10?

3-3-21

Phonics Task

It's 'ee, what can you see? today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/FeSkNEBN/QPWIfqWf

English Task

Over the last two weeks, we have been learning practising tools which can be used in non-fiction report writing. Today, you have the chance to choose the animal you will be writing about in your report. The animals you can choose from are: 

Meerkat
Elephant
Lion 
Shark 
Crocodile 
Gorilla 
Snake

You will be using the internet today to find out facts about your animal. You then need to put these facts into the sections seen on the sheet below. You can draw out the boxes yourself or just write the facts under each heading. 

Plan

Maths Task 

You will be using a ruler to measure different lines today. Take a look at the video below then follow the instructions. Then, there are two stretches to really challenge yourselves. Afterwards, make sure to spend some more time on Sparx.

Maths 3-3-21

Stretch

PE Task

It's workout Wednesday with Joe Wicks. It's the last time you might have to do this for a while so go on, give it your all!

Tuesday 2nd March

We had a good turn out for the google meet yesterday, which was great! It would be great to see even more of you today. Well done to those of you that have already sent work through, keep it up. 

Tuesday Challenge

Balance the largest object you can on a spoon (egg and spoon style) and for an additional challenge, can you take 10 steps forward?

Morning Starter

How many words can you make using these letters? 

2-3-21

Phonics Task

It's spelling words containing 'ay, may I play' today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/VFgam6gE/gvfOCnrg.

English Task

Choose an animal from the list here

English 2-3-21

Maths Task

Today, we are starting our new unit on measurement. Can you measure the following things....

1. Measure your bed using hands.

My bed is ___ hands long.

2. Measure your bedroom using your feet.

My bedroom is ___ feet long. 

3. Find the following items in your house; an apple, a bottle, a peg, a spoon, a toothbrush, a coat, an umbrella. 

Measure those items in cm using a ruler. You might need to use the ruler more than once for bigger items or a tape measure if you have one. If you don't have a ruler, you can download and print one off here.

Geography Task

We are continuing our work on weather this week and looking at climate too. Watch the video and read the page here https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z849q6f/articles/z7dkhbk to find out the difference between them. 

Next, look at the image below. The red line is the equator, countries closest to the equator are the hottest. 

Map with equator

2-3-21

Monday 1st March

Wow, I can't believe it's already March! It's your last week of home learning then we will all be back together next week. I am looking forward to seeing your work this week.

Morning Starter

Can you find any of the words in this plant based word search?

1-3-21

Phonics Task

Today, it's 'ay, may I play?'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/KCe2Rs3b/9b7Kbcbc

English Task

Today we are looking at conjunctions again. Using the subordinating conjunctions, fill out the gaps in the sentences. Then please can you write them out using your best joined handwriting.

English 1-3-21

Maths Task

You have got a bit of a different challenge today. Have a look below, then check out my example. Next, can you go on Sparx for at least 20 minutes.

Maths 1-3-21

Maths example

Science Task

In order to grow and thrive, plants need the following things;

Light
Warmth
Water
Food/nutrients
Room to grow
Soil
Air

Explore this further by following this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z2w3p4j

Then, can you draw a picture of a plant that is growing well and label why it is thriving. 

Friday 26th February

Well it's Friday again! Only one more week of home learning until we can all be back at school together - yay! Keep going everyone, we know it's hard but it's so important that you keep up with your school work.

IMPORTANT - next week in maths we will be using rulers to measure. If you don't have a ruler or can't get one by Monday, you could collect one from the Junior School office.

Here are some examples of great home learning this week.

gw

gw

To get you started this morning, have a go at solving these riddles.

I can travel at nearly 100 miles per hour, but never leave the room. You can cover me up, but that doesn’t slow me down. You will not know if I come only once or again and again and again. What am I?

People have stepped on me, but not many. I never stay full for long. I have a dark side. What am I?

I have a head much smaller than my long neck. People who play with me pick at me and that’s fine. What am I?

Phonics Task

You will be spelling words using 'ear' today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/t9BQjVpl/cx30xs3V

Maths Task

maths

Attachment 1

Attachment 2

English Task

English task

Animals

Art Task

As we have started our new science topic on plants, today I would like you to do some detailed sketching of leaves. If possible, go outside in your garden, or any other outdoor space you can access and collect 3 or 4 different types of leaves. Look at them really carefully, then take your time to sketch them with a pencil. If you have an pencil crayons you could lightly colour them in too.

Here are some ideas to get you started.

Sketching - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRSBaXj7Wfc

Leaves

Thursday 25th February

Good morning, wakey wakey, rise and shine. It's time to start your home learning!

This is a good way to remember a tricky times tables.

Wakey Wakey rise and shine, 7 sevens are 49!

To really wake you up this morning, I would like you to join in with this 3 times tables work out. If you keep up with the lady in this video, then you will definitely be out of breath! Go for it!.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-maths-the-3-times-table/z6sw382

Phonics Task

We are moving on to 'ear' for dear and fear.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/9VqRSUlG/6XtQ9tGO

Maths Task

Who has completed their Sparx homework already? If you have incomplete weeks, go back and complete those too to be a real Sparx Star!

Watch the video and then complete the tasks below please.

Maths video - https://youtu.be/C7fQEA0qF9E

maths

 Stretch

English Task

Have you read on Myon this week? Have you read a book of your own? Please try and read something everyday.

Watch the video and then complete the task below.

English video - https://youtu.be/PSAKA8nCZ6s

English task

Match adverbials task

Match adverbials answers

PE Task

During lockdown, you can't do as much running around, PE and exercise as you normally do in school. Today I would like you to have a PE lesson from Joe Wicks (dressed as a dinosaur!)

 Really give it your all today, you should be sweating by the end! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5mREgx5Euw   You might want to fast forward the video to 1:18 as that's when it actually starts.

Wednesday 24th February

Good morning everyone. Here's what we have got in store for you today!

Morning Starter

Have a go at these Tongue Twisters. What makes them difficult to say? Once you've been through them once, can you do them again, but quicker?

Peter Piper

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers that Peter Piper picked?

Betty Botter

Betty Botter bought a bit of butter.

“But,” she said, “this bit of butter’s bitter,

But a bit of better butter mixed with this butter might just make my bit of bitter butter better.”

So, Betty bought a bit of better butter to make her bitter butter better.

Woodchuck

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if the woodchuck could chuck wood?

He would chuck, he would, as much as he could,

And chuck as much wood as a woodchuck would,

If a woodchuck could chuck wood.

Phonics Task

We are moving onto spelling 'ire' words today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/wK1CIPC7/vHlcnQ71

Maths Task

Have you been onto Sparx yet this week? Make sure you get your homework finished by Sunday please. Watch the teaching video and then complete the task. The Stretch activity is attached below.

Maths video - https://youtu.be/Sy95dOZxhk4

maths

Stretch

English Task

Watch the video and then complete that task underneath.

English video - https://youtu.be/gPT7kDcj2L0

English task

Science Task

We are starting a new science topic this term about plants. There is a teaching video and a video of me looking at the plants in my garden to watch today. Once you have watched both of these, complete your task. The answers are on the document below.

Science video - https://youtu.be/g0shi1AG

Garden video - https://youtu.be/B45sINeqdJA

 

Science

Plant answers

Tuesday 23rd February

Thank you for those of you who joined in the Google Meet yesterday and who sent their work to me. There were a lot less children yesterday though. It is still really important that everyone keeps doing the home learning everyday until we are back at school. Please don't give up!

So it's Tuesday Challenge time! Today we would like you to create a face (or self portrait!) using everyday objects.  Here are a few that the staff have come up with.

TC

TC2

TC3

Send me a photo of your creations please.

Phonics Task

Today we are moving onto 'ire' for fire, inspire, wire.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/veJfpQAB/NhE01Mfj

Maths Task

Well done to our Sparx stars who have been completing their Sparx homework every week. They are ........

Manroop, Rhys, Asyia, Tiarna, Essmee, Olivia F, Isabelle, Lacey and Lily E. 

Please make sure that you complete your homework this week, you have until Sunday!

Now watch the maths video for today and then complete the task and Stretch below.

Maths video - https://youtu.be/tPL-byDAcsY

maths

Maths stretch

English Task

We are starting a new topic today for English. Watch the teaching video and then open the text and read it through carefully twice. Then complete the task to find the different features. There is also a link to The Devon Wildlife Trust project about the Beavers in Devon.

English video - https://youtu.be/qhCCboJmrbo

English task

Beaver core text

https://www.devonwildlifetrust.org/what-we-do/our-projects/river-otter-beaver-trial

Geography Task

Our new Geography topic is called Weather Climate and food. Watch the video and then complete the task. There is a link to a world map if you need one. Once you have completed the task, there is a short quiz to complete. Good luck!

Geography video -  https://youtu.be/o-sWjzMra8A

World map - https://www.mapsinternational.co.uk/blue-children-s-world-map-wallpaper.html

Geography task

Lesson quiz - https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=M6KHRDl7xUO4URKgIOnYHP6NixS1NztIrXgBFUUMPOBUMk82RFFIRDA3NUNPVVU3V0E1TlNUUzBMNy4u

Monday 22nd February

Good morning and welcome back to home learning. We hope you had a lovely week off and managed to get out for some fresh air in between all of the rain! We had a very busy day at school on the non pupil day. We have now completely packed up our old classrooms and have moved into our beautiful new classrooms! We can't wait for you to be able to come back to school and see our new learning areas. Hopefully it will not be too much longer now. In the meantime, please keep up with coming to the Google Meets daily and sending your work through to us. We know that you can do it!

Morning Starter

To get you started today, I would like you to make a noun chain. This is where you think of a noun (an object or thing). Then you use the last letter from the word to start the new word. Take a look at my example.

cat  telephone  egg  gate  elephant  tiger   rubber 

I challenge you to get 15 words in your chain!

Phonics Task

You will be spelling words with 'ew chew the stew' today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/PczdCMgy/7wg63Ey5 

English Task

To start with today we will have a quick recap on the contracted words you were working on before half term. Please ask someone at home to test your spelling of these words. 

1. can't     2.   won't   3. didn't   4. haven't   5. couldn't   6. I'll   7. I'm   8. he'll   9. she'll   10. doesn't

Today we will have a focus on reading. There are still many of you at home who aren't reading and completing quizzes on Myon. Please can you make sure that you are reading at least 3 times a week. If you aren't using Myon, then read one of your own books at home. To start with, read the text 'The Seven Sisters' on the attachment below. You might want to read it a couple of times, then answer the questions about the story.

The Seven Sisters

The Seven Sisters

Maths Task

We are moving on from learning about money to look at statistics. We will be creating and using tally charts, pictograms, bar charts and tables. Please watch the video below and then complete the task.

https://youtu.be/HT-7OgKZtuA

maths

Data

Computing Task

Today is our final lesson on touch typing for now. It is something that we will continue to come back to regularly as it's a skill that takes time to learn. Some of you may have already completed a Wednesday Workshop with Mrs Balsdon on this. When I was doing this at school, some children were getting brilliant scores. I soon discovered it was because they were just using any finger rather than the finger it tells you to use - that's cheating!! Make sure that you use the correct finger! Go to your ToDos on Purple Mash and complete all of the touch typing activities.

Thank you!

Thursday 11th February

Well done, you've made it through a whole half term of home learning! We are so super proud of each and every one of you. It has been really tricky but you have persevered and continued turning up to the google meets and sending us your learning. Give yourselves a big WHOOSH! We hope that you have a relaxing half term and get outside as much as possible. We have our fingers crossed that we will all be together again soon. For now, catch Miss Pringle & Mrs Crocock on the year group google meet today at 9:45 for some fun! 

Celebration

Here are some pieces of maths learning from this week... these children deserve a FAAAAANTASTIC!

Thursday

Morning Starter

Where's Wally?

11-2-21

Phonics Task

Today, you're looking at 'ew, chew the stew.'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/DQPnn25g/gQBPbT8h

English Task

The focus for today's task is adjectives. For a quick recap, watch the video here https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zy2r6yc

Then, you need to think of as many adjectives as possible to describe the sandwich. When you have gathered together your adjectives, I would like you to put them into sentences. Here's an example below...

The sandwich is so disgusting that it has gruesome slugs slowly sliding across it.

English 11-2-21

Maths Task

Today is your last day working on adding and subtracting money. First, watch the video below. Then I would like you to have a go at the easier questions or the harder questions. Once you have completed your work, check your answers here. I would then like you to log onto Sparx and make sure that you complete your work on there before Sunday. 

Afternoon Task

As you know, we have been working on The Disgusting Sandwich this week. Today we would like you to get really creative and make your own disgusting sandwich!!! There are a few examples of what it could look like below. We can't wait to see your creations.

Examples

Wednesday 10th February

Thank you to those of you who sent through their work and challenges from yesterday. Check our Rhys' below..

Rhys

Morning Starter

10-2-21

Phonics Task

You are still looking at 'oa, goat in a boat,' but focusing on the spellings.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/jaL93eHM/1t7L6XIK

English Task

Today we are thinking about speech, watch the video and then complete the task below. 

English 10-2-21

Maths Task

We are still thinking about money today but we will be moving onto subtraction. Watch the video and then choose between the easier questions or the harder questions. I have been pleased that many of you are challenging yourself in your maths this week! Once you're done, you will find the answers here.

PE Task

Its another Joe Wicks workout Wednesday! Grab whoever you live with to join you.

Miss Hardinge's story

Miss Hardinge has a story for you today and it's based on internet safety.

Tuesday 9th February

Well done for those of you who sent through some work yesterday. Remember that it is important we can see your work so that we can give you feedback on how well you've done and point out areas to improve on too.

I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible on the google meet today at the same time of 9:45. Please email me if you can't find the link.

Challenge Tuesday

Today you need to collect objects that start with the letters of your first name. e.g. SAM could be snake, apple, marble. I can't wait to see what you come up with! Check mine out below...

Miss Pringle's

Morning Starter

Let's get our bodies warmed up with a go noodle! This is Mrs Clement's favourite one..

Phonics Task

Today you will be looking at the sound 'oa, goat in a boat.'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/c1r02xf0/20CDFdb1

English Task

We are looking at adverbials today. Watch the video first then complete the task. I look forward to reading your sentences. Please don't forget to join your handwriting.

English 9-2-21

Maths Task

You are continuing your work on adding money but today you will be solving word problems. Don't forget to use RUCSAC to help you solve them. Once you have watched the video, you can choose between the easier questions and the harder questions - or both! When you are finished, check your answers here.

Easier questions

Harder questions

Afternoon Task

Today it is safer internet day. It is really important to understand online safety so that you can stay safe online. 

Please could you watch the following video https://www.childnet.com/resources/the-adventures-of-kara-winston-and-the-smart-crew/watch-full-movie

Once you have watched it, complete the quiz here https://www.childnet.com/resources/the-adventures-of-kara-winston-and-the-smart-crew/are-you-smart-online-quiz

Mrs Steer's Stories

Monday 8th February

Welcome to your last week of home learning before you have a half term break! You have all done well so far, please keep it up! It's Miss Pringle this week as Mrs Crocock is working in school. I can't wait to see you on the google meets at 9:45. 

Morning Starter

Well done to those who guessed the zoomed in picture... it was a pencil!

Here's a space themed spot the difference to get your brains warmed up...

8-2-21

Phonics Task

Today you are continuing with 'ai, snail in the rain' but looking at spelling the words.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/h91hjZVi/W68AGcdr

English Task

This week, we are looking at a new story! Please watch the video first before answering the questions below.

What do you like about this book?
What do you wonder?
What do you notice?
Do you have a favourite book that you read at home over and over again? What is it?

I notice that there are quite a lot of contracted words. Contract means to get smaller. These words have a letter missing and contain an apostrophe instead. For example, do not ------> don't. 

Please see the task below, I am looking forward to seeing your sentences. Don't forget to use your joined up handwriting too.
English 8-2-21

Maths Task

We are continuing our work on money this week. First, watch the video I have recorded and then complete the money calculations using one of the two methods. Once you are finished, the answers are attached here so you can check your own work - no cheating!

Maths 8-1-21

Science Task

You looked at magnets last week and learnt that not all metals are magnetic! Follow the link to have a recap on what you've already learnt.. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyttyrd/articles/zw889qt

Then, can you have a go at filling out this interactive work sheet. There's no need to print it off as you should be able to fill it out and save it online. Click the link here Magnets sheet and once you're finished, check your answers here.

Friday 5th February

Well can you believe it's Friday again? Well done for another great week of home learning! Here's a selection of some of the good work I have seen this week. 

Good work

Some of you guessed the mystery object correctly, it was the stem of an apple! Here's another one for you to try.

Close up

Phonics Task

Today we are moving onto reading -ai.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/OhUFUUCg/dWKJ3G7e

CMHW

Click here for today's video and here for the task.

English Task

Yesterday you started to plan your letter of resignation from Peck to Gus. Today I would like you to copy this up neatly using the correct layout of a letter. If you have any special notepaper at home you could use that. Make sure that you add in plenty of extra details, not just the basic sentences from your plan.

English video  https://youtu.be/xDUahwkUSdQ

English task

It was a shame that not many of you read on Myon yesterday. If you didn't, please do so today. Alternatively, you could read a book of your own at home. 

Maths Task

Again, not many of you made it onto Mathletics yesterday. Please try today if you didn't yesterday. I have seen that only 3 people in year 3 so far have completed their Sparx homework. Remember you have until Sunday night to do this.

Please watch the maths video and then complete the problems.

Maths video https://youtu.be/LuhhbznBPe4

maths

Art Task

Last week some of you did some super cartoon characters by following Pete McKee's art workshop. Here is the next one. He is moving onto animals. See if anyone else in your house wants to join you for 20 minutes chilled out drawing. What a nice way to finish off your week!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdKpPmBbr6s

Story Time

Finally here is the story of The Wonky Donkey read by Mrs Steer. This makes me laugh!

Thursday 4th February

Good morning all. Here's what we have in store for you today.

To get you started, what do you think this close up image is?

Close up

Phonics Task

Today you will be spelling -ow

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/OhUFUUCg/dWKJ3G7e

CMHW

Click here for today's video and here for the task

English Task

Tomorrow we will be writing a letter from Peck to Gus, so today we are going to plan out that letter. Planning writing is really important because it makes your writing much more organised and it makes it easier to write your final piece. Watch the teaching video first. There is also a sample plan attached for you to look at. 

English video - https://youtu.be/losmS0L4h80

Plan for letter

I haven' set any handwriting today, but I would like everyone to read on Myon today. Very few children have been reading on here. Please log on, read a book and complete a quiz. I will be checking!!!!!!! Email me if you can't find your log in details.

Maths Task

You have been doing really well with using money so far this week. Watch the video today and then complete the task below. I have also set you some money activities on Mathletics. Please log on to Mathletics and complete the assigned money tasks.

Maths video https://youtu.be/Y_DFw3JWMyU

maths

Counting picture

Computing Task

You will need to use Purple Mash for your computing task today. Please watch the video and then use the data below to add onto your block graph. Don't forget to save your work when you have finished.

https://youtu.be/fZoeU5yLc3w

Favourite Ice Cream Flavours

Mint choc chip 2

Vanilla 3

Chocolate 5

Strawberry 4

Raspberry ripple 3

Toffee 6

Story Time

Wednesday 3rd February

Hello, it's Wednesday already! Thank you for those children who are continuing to come to the Google Meets and sending their work to us every day. It's really nice for us to see what you are doing, so please keep it up.

How are you doing with your Sparx this week? Make sure that you do a little each day to be able to complete your homework.

To get you started this morning, I would like you to think of as many different ways to get the answer of 12. You can use add, takeaway, times and divide. Can you find 12 different ways?

Morning

 

CMHW

Here is today's video and here is the task. Enjoy!

 

Phonics Task

We are moving on today to -ow.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/8RvYE7Sj/ap40NfWk

English Task

Today we will be looking at using speech marks again. Watch the video and then complete the task below.

Video  https://youtu.be/L4q2A1Hq2nc

English task

Maths Task

You all did really well with counting coins yesterday. Now we are going to move on to counting notes. Remember, you don't have to copy out all of the sheet, for most of the questions you can just write the answer.

Maths video https://youtu.be/T3EJRNz7yHk

Money

P.E. Task

Here a Joe wicks for you to complete today. It's really important that even if you can't get outside much to exercise, you still do something physical. Try and get the rest of your family to join in too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOvqLXv88L4

Has anyone started the Devon Virtual Games Skilling Challenge yet? It's not too late to join in. Here are the details you need to get started. Unfortunately, they don't have any more free ropes available as nearly 4000 families applied. However, if you don't have a skipping rope at home and would really like to do the challenge, we can arrange for you to collect a rope from school. Just send an email to the year 3 address.

https://www.activedevon.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Devon-Virtual-Games-Skipping-Challenge.pdf

Story Time

The story read by Mrs Steer today is called Freddie and the Fairy.

Tuesday 2nd February

Good morning. It's Tuesday Challenge time! For the challenge this week, we would like you to tear the shape of a creature out of a piece of paper. You are not allowed to cut or draw it, but you can decorate it afterwards. Here is my attempt at a rabbit! If you find this too tricky you can go for a 2D shape instead. Send me your photos when you're done please.

TT

 

CMHW

Welcome to day 2! Here is the video and here is the task!

Phonics Task

We are continuing with spelling -er today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/8o0AddjE/o0OtUomc

English Task

Here are your joins to work on today please.

Joins

I hope that you enjoyed the 'Partly Cloudy' animation yesterday. For today's task, I would like you to answer the following questions about the film. Please write the answers in sentences, not just one word answers. You may want to watch the film again.

Questions

Once you have completed this, I would like you to read a book on Myon and complete a quiz on it. Please tell me your score when you send your work through to me at the end of the day.

Maths Task

For the rest of this week, we will be looking at using money. If you have any coins at home they would be good to use to have a go at counting different amounts and solving problems with. Please watch the video and then complete the two sheets. You don't need to print these off you can just number your questions and write the answers clearly for me to see.

Maths video - https://youtu.be/q1u7A6JjNVM

Work sheets - Money

French Task

Your task today is to re cap these French phrases we have been working on in school. Please say them aloud to someone at home and then copy down each one, drawing a picture next to it to remind you of the meaning.

French

Story Time

Well done for completing your learning today. Now you can listen to a story read by Mrs Steer.

Monday 1st February

Good morning all, at last January is over! I hope you had a good (very wet) weekend. Let's see what you need to do at home today.

To ease you into your home learning this morning, can you spot Wally?

WW

 

CMHW

This week is Children's mental health week! Each day, there will be a short video from Sustrans (the cycling charity who work closely with our school) for you to watch and a short activity for you to have a go at if you want to. Have fun!

Video 1

Activity

Phonics Task

Today we will be moving on to -er

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/dB7ML973/F95zXk6b

English Task

Here are your joins to work on today.

Joins

Your English work this week is going to be based on a Pixar Animation called 'Partly Cloudy'. Please watch the film on the link below. Then I would like you to write a summary of what happens in the video. A summary means that you explain in your own words what happened. You will need to use about 4 or 5 clear sentences to summarise this film. You might need to watch it more than once. Write out your summary using your neatest joined handwriting please.

https://www.literacyshed.com/partly-cloudy.html#

Maths Task

Watch the video below and then complete the task.

https://youtu.be/6jSK-HpNnD0

maths

Science Task

We are continuing to learn about forces in science. Today we are going to look at magnets. Please watch and complete the activities on the two links below. Once you have watched them, go on a magnet hunt around you house and see how many you can find. (fridge magnets, doors, handbags etc)

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyttyrd/articles/zpvcrdm

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyttyrd/articles/zw889qt

Story Time

Well done for finishing your work today. Now you can relax and listen to a story read by Mrs Steer.

https://youtu.be/gUbIeUnwlrI

Questions.

1. Can you spot any rhyming couplets? (e.g pack and track)

2. What water sources do Little Bear and Daddy Bear arrive at before the sea?

3. Have you ever been to the sea? What’s your favourite thing to do? If you haven’t been to the sea before, what do you think you’d enjoy?

Friday 29th January

Well done everyone, you've made it to Friday. A great week of home learning from so many of you, well done! Not many children have completed their Sparx homework yet though, so let's see how many children can complete it by Monday please.

Not all of your work can be shown on Facebook or in the newsletters, so here are some examples of great work completed at home this week.

gw                       

To get you thinking this morning can you write out the alphabet and see if you can think of an animal that begins with each letter. For example A -  anteater  B - buffalo  C - cat

Phonics Task

We are continuing with -ur today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/8ObpN2UD/7i7wI1R7

English Task

Here are the joins I would like you to do today.

Joins

English video -  https://youtu.be/x3toFZkt-CI

English task

Maths Task

Maths video - https://youtu.be/s0ayj08Hhno

maths

Music Task

Today I would like you to watch the 2 videos about pulse and rhythm. When you have finished watching them, think about what noises you could make. Try out different ways to make sound and then see if you can rehearse and then perform a piece that lasts for between 20 - 30 seconds. If you are able to record it, I would love to see/ hear it! 

Music lesson   https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcbkcj6/articles/z2mqw6f

Story time                                                     

To finish off your week, relax and listen to a story read by Mrs Steer! Peace at Last. This is one of my favourites, enjoy!

Questions.

1.Where was the first place that Mr Bear tried to sleep?

2. How was Mr Bear feeling in the car?

3. Does this story remind you of any other stories? Which one?

 

                                                                

                 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 28th January

Good morning. Are you ready for another day of home learning? Lots of you have got into a really good routine with this, so please keep it up.

Let's get started by thinking about this picture from the 'You Choose' book. Where would you choose to live and why? Ask your family where they would pick too.

YOu choose

Phonics Task

Today we are moving on to -ur for nurse and purse.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ZDP1lmAH/E50SWEcF

English Task

Here are your joins for handwriting today. You are really good when you are practising, but you need to remember to join in all of your writing now!

handwriting

Please watch the video for your English lesson today and then complete the task below.

https://youtu.be/pN3FFXkS6_0

English task

Maths Task

Watch the video and then complete the tasks below.

https://youtu.be/SKVd6VrUov4

maths

Art Task

Today I would like you to follow through this art tutorial by Pete McKee. He is an artist from Sheffield, who is known for his great cartoon style drawings. All you need is a piece of paper and and a pencil. This is a perfect activity for all of the family to have a go at, so give you mum, dad, brothers and sisters a piece of paper and then show me how you all get on! There are two videos to follow today.

Part 1  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8f8ag58jDs

Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_25Cxc0RcE

Story Time

Here is another lovely story from Mrs Steer.

Little Croc and Bird Questions

1. What is Little Croc's problem?

2. How does he upset the animals?

3. What lesson is this story trying to teach you?

 

Wednesday 27th January

Hello, it's Wednesday already! Well done to those of you have been sending their work to me each day. Keep it coming please! Here are some of the words that Noah made for our morning starter yesterday. The 11 letter word I had was hibernation.

Noah's words

Here is something to get you thinking this morning.

Triangles

Phonics Task

We are continuing with -are today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/iEFL48Yh/VAwfZwcB

English Task 

Some super joins yesterday. Let's move onto the next ones. Please complete a line of each of these joins today.

Joins

Watch the video for today's English task.

Video  - https://youtu.be/bQwaCjhwdms

English task

Maths Task

Watch the video below and then complete the two tasks.

https://youtu.be/Fw2Vmu28fnY

maths Wed

maths Wed

PE Task

Time to get moving now! Get everyone in your house to join in with this Joe Wicks workout!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDvjqO2VXa8

Story Time

Here is a story for the day read by Mrs Steer.

Can you answer these questions?

1. Why was the gorilla sad?

2. How do you know that the gorilla loved beauty?

3.How do you think the gorilla felt at the end of the story?

Tuesday 26th January

Good morning all. It's Challenge Tuesday! The challenge this week is to make a tower that is as tall as you are. You can use anything your can find in your house or garden. Here is my attempt using roll mats and cushions and Miss Pringle's attempt in school.

Miss Pringle's tower

Tower

Well done to the following children for completing their Sparx homework - 3CS Ibrahim, Isabelle, Olivia F, Lily E 3P Noah, Manroop, Oscar, Rhys, Ruby Lily C. Let's see how many children can complete it on time this week!

Many of you solved the riddles correctly yesterday. Here are the answers from Isabelle.

Riddle answers

We didn't have many children at the Google meet yesterday. If you need the meeting code again, please email me and I will send it to you. I'm looking forward to seeing your work later. Have a good day!

Here's something to get you thinking.......

How many different words can you make using these words? What is the longest word you can make?

Whipton Barton Federation

For example ten, deer, rat, rain ......

Phonics Task

Here is the link to the phonics work today - are 

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/t2MhB2IL/ZtlXHNxo

English Task

Today I would like you to start with some handwriting. We would like all year 3 children to be able to join up their handwriting by the end of the year. Please do a line of each of these joins today. ai, ar, us, aw, er, ew and ir

Joins

Please watch the video and then complete the task below.

Duffy text

Duffy table

verbs - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zpxhdxs

adjectives - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zy2r6yc

adverbs - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zgsgxfr

Maths Task

We are starting to learn a new method for division this week. Please watch the video and then complete the work below.

Maths 26.01.21

PSHE Task

For PSHE today I would like you to think about what you can be thankful for in your life. It can be hard to stay positive when you can't go to school, see your family and friends and go out, but we all still have lots to be thankful for. You could make a spinner like the one on the document below or alternatively write down something for each of these categories. For example.....

Thankful

Animals - I am thankful for my guinea pigs because they cheer me up when I play with them.

Food - I am thankful for the lovely roast dinner I had on Sunday.

Toys - I am thankful for my Pokemon cards. 

Home - I am thankful that I have a warm cosy house and comfy bed with fluffy cushions.

People - I am thankful that I can still speak to my family even if it's online or over the phone.

School - I am thankful that I can still learn from home even though I can't go to school at the moment.

Monday 25th January

Good morning everyone, it's Monday again! We hope you had a nice weekend and are ready for another week of home learning. Miss Pringle is working in school this week so Mrs Crocock will be doing the home learning. Don't forget the Google Meets each day at 9:45 and remember to send your work to us using the year 3 email address so we can mark your hard work.

Here are a few riddles to get your brains working this morning! 

What has a neck but no head?

What gets wetter as it dries?

What has a face and two hands, but no arms or legs?

I'll post the answers here tomorrow.

Phonics Task

Today we are continuing with -aw special friends.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/9TL2QmQe/rZO7OCYJ

English Task

This week we will be basing our English work around a lovely text called Duffy's Lucky Escape. To start with today, listen to the story being read using the link below. If you have any brothers or sisters at home, why not see if they want to come and listen too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qjgUPUiZXM

To check that you have understood the text, answer these questions. There is a written transcript of the text also if you would like to read it for yourself as well.

Duffy transcript

1. What was Duffy's favourite food?

2. What made her get lost?

3. Why couldn't she swim to the bottom of the ocean anymore?

4. Who rescued Duffy and where did they take her?

5. What did the vets find inside Duffy's tummy?

6. What happened to Duffy once she had recovered?

Maths Task

2D shapes

Maths game

https://wheeldecide.com/wheels/board-games/dice-12-spinner/

Science Task

The science work today is linked to our story about Duffy. Read this Power Point presentation and make a list of objects in your house that are made from plastic.

 Decide on 3 things that you and your family could do to reduce the amount of plastics you use.

Plastics

Friday 22nd January

It's the last day of the home learning week! It has been a great week so far with lots of amazing work sent over. 
Check out Manroop's art creations from yesterday..

Manroop's art

Assembly

On Fridays at school we usually have an assembly and today is no different.. 

Morning Starter

22-1-21

Phonics Task

Today you are looking at the special friends 'aw, yawn at dawn.' Enjoy!

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/klQKk783/Af7So1BP

English Task

English 22-1-21

Maths Task

Well done for working so hard in maths this week. I know that it hasn't been easy. You've all managed to have a go at attempting column multiplication at home. I have been so pleased. 

Please finish the worksheet by completing questions 4 to 8 https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Y3-Spring-Block-1-WO4-Multiply-2-digits-by-1-digit-2-2019.pdf

Some of you had already completed all of the questions last week, so here's a challenge for you https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Y3-Spring-Block-1-D3-Multiply-2-digits-by-1-digit-1-2019.pdf

Computing Task

22-1-21

Mrs Steer's Stories

1. Where did Charlie sit to read his book?

2. Which well-known fairytale is used as part of this book?

3. Which planet did the spaceman take the cake to?

Thursday 21st January

Keep working hard Year 3! It has been lovely to see your work so far. Remember, we need you to send some work in by the end of tomorrow. I look forward to seeing you on the google meet. 

Morning Starter

Where's Pikachu?

21-1-21

Phonics Task 

You are still working on 'u_e huge brute' but focusing on spelling today.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/7ifl155a/6lTMSskh

English Task

Tomorrow you are going to write a couple of paragraphs using your imagination and predictions about what happens next in the story. Today, I would like you to complete a writing plan click here.

In your plan, can you include some adjectives, speech and fronted adverbials you might use from the lists below.

Adjectives

Fronted adverbials

Maths Task

Well done for having a go at completing the column multiplication yesterday! Have another go today.

Maths 21-1-21

Art Task

Create a tin foil sculpture with Art John! I can't wait to see your creations.

Mrs Steer's Stories

1. Who lived in the dark dark cellar?

2. True or False - The dog tripped over a swing.

3. What different things did the skeletons do to scare each other?

Wednesday 20th January

Wow, you are already half way through your home learning week again. Keep working hard and sending us what you've done. We love to see it!

Morning Starter

You've got another go noodle this morning to get your blood pumping. Grab your brother, sister, mum, aunty, carer, grandad or anyone else to join in with you!

Phonics Task

Today it's the chatty friends 'u_e huge brute.'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/9H0KyORb/wxDNXYiv

English Task

I would like you to think about what has happened so far in the story of Fantastic Mr Fox (for a recap click https://youtu.be/p_1PKUZ0h9I)

Today, use your imagination to predict what might happen next in the middle and end of the story.

English 20-1-21

Maths Task

I am going to teach you the traditional method of column multiplication today. Watch carefully then have a go yourself.

20-1-21

PE Task

It's another PE workout with Joe Wicks today. Get into comfy clothes and push yourself as much as you can!

Tuesday 19th January

It was great to see some of you on the google meet yesterday but I would love to see even more today!

Your 'Tuesday Challenge' today is to take a picture or video of yourself balancing something crazy on your head.

I cannot wait to see what you all manage to balance.

Morning Starter

19-1-21

Phonics Task

Today, you are still practising 'o_e phone home' but focusing more on spelling the words.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/qOMWKhxl/3dpILdpp

English Task

We are looking at alliteration today. If you aren't sure what that means, watch this video first https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zfkk7ty/articles/zq4c7p3

English 19-1-21

Maths Task

We are continuing our work on expanded column multiplication again today. Watch me demonstrate a few more examples before having a go yourself.

Maths 19-1-21

Science Task

Rewatch this video to have a recap on friction https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z79rkqt

Science 19-1-21

You are going to do an experiment to test the friction created by different surfaces.

You will need a toy car for your experiment.

You are going to give the car a big push and see how far it travels.

Start by doing this on your kitchen table. Then, try pushing it on different surfaces such as grass, gravel, carpet and anywhere else you can find. Each time, measure in cm using a ruler.

Which surface causes the car to travel the fastest? Which cause it to travel the slowest? Why?

I would love to see pictures or videos of your experiment. Have fun!

Mrs Steer's Stories

1. Why is Benjie’s dad too busy for him at the beginning of the story?

2. What games do Benjie and his family play inside their den?

3. This story is all about a special event that some animals have during the winter. What is it? Do you know anything about to?

Monday 18th January

Good morning Year 3 and welcome to a brand new week of home learning. We hope that you had a lovely, relaxing weekend and you're feeling refreshed ready to learn again. I am looking forward to seeing you on the google meet today. Just a reminder that you need to be completing your Sparx every week too. Well done to the Sparx Stars from last week; Rhys, Asiya, Manroop, Isabelle, Lily E and Olivia F.

Now for something to get your brains warmed up...

Morning Starter

18-1-21

Phonics Task 

Today, you are moving onto the sound 'o_e phone home.'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/dLJ1iewg/GhUZRpdO

English Task

We are still looking at the story of Fantastic Mr Fox but today you are going to be working as detectives. Your job is to spot all of my mistakes and rewrite my sentences properly. 

English 18-1-21

Maths Task

We are still going to be multiplying two digit numbers by one digit numbers but today I am going to teach you the expanded column method for multiplication. Watch the video carefully and then have a go yourself.

Maths 18-1-21

French Task

I would like you to recap your numbers to 20 today please. Watch the video and then write the numbers out in French and English. 

French 18-1-21

Mrs Steer's Stories

Questions to consider for your next story..

1. What is the name of Tiddler’s teacher?

2. Which one of Tiddler’s stories did you enjoy the most? Why?

3. Why did the fishermen throw Tiddler back into the sea?

Friday 15th January

It's the last day of your home learning week! You have all worked so hard, we are really pleased. Remember to send us some work by the end of today please. We hope that you have a lovely weekend after today.

Morning Starter

We love go noodle at school so today we would like you to have a go at one of our favourites. Grab anyone else in your household to join you too!

Phonics Task

Today you are still looking at 'i_e nice smile' but focusing on spelling.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/JRXpeVy4/PBxo64gi

English Task

We are looking at speech today. Here's a quick video to remind you of the rules when writing speech.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zvftsbk

I would like you to write at least four sentences for this task. Think about what Mr and Mrs Fox might be discussing.

English 15-1-21

Maths Task

You have worked so hard this week. Today, please can you click the attached link https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Y3-Spring-Block-1-WO4-Multiply-2-digits-by-1-digit-2-2019.pdf 

You need to complete questions 1 to 3 which are focused on multiplying 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. 

Once you have finished, please log onto Sparx and complete your homework for the week on there.

Computing Task

Computing 15-1-21

Mrs Steer's Stories

Consider the following questions while watching the story...

1. Can you list all the items that the tiger eats and drinks in Sophie’s house?

2. True or false: The tiger is nasty to Sophie and her mummy. Explain your answer.

3. How would you feel if you answered the door and a tiger stood there? Can you explain why?

Thursday 14th January

Good morning Year 3! Thank you to those of you who have sent work in so far. Just a reminder that we need some work sent over by the end of the week. It has also been lovely to see some of you getting creative with other activities too. Look at the car that Chloe made below!

Chloe's car

Morning Starter

14-1-21

Phonics Task

Today you are looking at the chatty friend 'i_e nice smile.'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/QEP6gKk0/MvyNjNKY

English Task

I was so impressed with all of your drawings of the characters and the carefully chosen adjectives. 

Today, you are looking at fronted adverbials. Take a look at the video to get a reminder on what they are...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zp937p3

I would like you to choose two fronted adverbials from the list below and use them to write a sentence about each picture.

14-1-21

Fronted adverbials

Maths Task

Maths 14-1-21

Art Task

Have a go at this art task based on the work of Giuseppe Penone. I can't wait to see what you create.

Mrs Steer's Stories

Questions to consider..

1. What is the name of the giant?

2. Where did George leave his old clothes?

3. Which animal do you feel sorry for the most? Why?

Wednesday 13th January

You are half way through your home learning week, way to go! I look forward to seeing you on the google meet this morning. Keep working hard and remember it's also important to go out and get some fresh air too.

Morning Starter

13-1-21

Phonics Task

Today you are looking at spelling with the chatty friends 'a_e make a cake'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/zrwmp1Yc/p0EiZbIb

English Task

I would like you to carry on with your character descriptions and drawings today please. I was so very impressed with the effort that went into your work yesterday. I can't wait to see more today!

12-1-21 13-1-21

Maths Task

Watch the video to get a refresher on using RUCSAC to solve word problems. Make sure that you use the numberline method to solve the calculations. The word problems are attached here.

Maths 13-1-21

PE Task

During the last lockdown Joe Wicks did a PE workout each day. He's back for this lockdown and will be doing live workouts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 

Today we would like you complete the workout that he did on Monday. So clear a space, get your water bottle, grab any other people in your house that could join in, and get going! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSi2ix1i180

Mrs Steer's Stories

Mrs Steer will be returning to Whipton later on this year. She has recorded some stories for you to get to know her face and she thought you would enjoy them.

Whilst listening, consider the questions below.

1. True or false: Elsie wasn't a good chef because she was clumsy. Explain your answer.

2. Who owns the pottery studio?

3. What's your perfect job? Why would you be good at it?

Tuesday 12th January

Good morning Year 3! Thank you so much for sending over your learning yesterday. It is great to see you all working hard and being so positive despite the circumstances. Keep up the amazing work, we are so proud of you all.

Morning Starter

Can you spot the 10 differences?

12-1-21

Phonics Task

Today you are looking at the chatty friend sound 'a_e make a cake.'

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/NUTc2iUX/5JQXHO4D

English Task

Well done for answering the questions yesterday. I hope that you enjoyed the start of Fantastic Mr Fox. Today, you will be relooking at chapters 1 & 2 (attached here Chapters 1 & 2 or you can rewatch yesterday's video). Find as many adjectives as you can to describe Mr Fox and the farmers. Then, see if you can think of some different adjectives to describe them too. 

I would then like you to draw pictures of each character and surround them with your adjectives. I am giving you two days to complete this work as there are four characters to explore. 

For a refresher on how we use adjectives and what they are, watch this video                https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zy2r6yc

12-1-21 and 13-1-21

Maths Task

In maths today I would like you to use the same method we explored yesterday to answer some more calculations. There is not another video for today but you can rewatch yesterday's video to remind yourself of the method. 

Maths 12-1-21

Science Task

A force (ie. a push) is needed to start an object moving and to stop it once it is moving. A force can make an object speed up or slow down. Friction is a force generated when surfaces move across each other.

Watch the video to find out more about friction and then complete the experiment below.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/z79rkqt

Science 12-1-21

Challenge Tuesday

Your challenge today is to draw a self portrait with your eyes closed. 

See my example below. I can't wait to see yours!

Miss Pringle's self portrait

Monday 11th January

Good morning Year 3! We hope that you had a relaxing and enjoyable weekend. Welcome to a brand new week of home learning. We are looking forward to hearing from you and seeing more amazing work. 

Morning Starter

11-1-21

Phonics Task

We are still looking at 'oi spoil the boy' but today you will be spelling the words.

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/u6vTEtrI/iYKKR3Vo

English Task

We are starting a new unit of work this week looking at the story Fantastic Mr Fox. Watch the video to hear me read the first two chapters of the story (also attached here Chapters 1 & 2) and then answer the questions. 

English 11-1-21

Maths Task

We are continuing our work on multiplication this week but we will be learning a new method. Please watch the video and have a go at solving the calculations using the numberline method. If you have any questions, send us an email.

Maths 11-1-21

French Task

In French we have been learning about the names of family members.

Please watch the video and then have a go at the task! 

French 11-1-21

Friday 8th January

Good morning. Here are you tasks for today. Don't forget to join us for the Google meet at 9:45 so we can talk you through the work today.

To get you started today, see if you can find Wally on the beach.

Picture

Phonic Task

Here is your phonics learning for today. We are looking at the sound 'oi, spoil the boy.' 

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/PRZGoEiz/cLiVye5x

English Task

For your English work today we would like you to have a go at writing a short fairy story. To start with, watch the video clip on the website and complete the activity. Then have a go at writing your own fairy story. It could be one that you know already such as Little Red Riding Hood, Beauty and the Beast, Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella etc. or even the story about the ducks in the video clip if you can’t remember any of your own!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx339j6/articles/zy2m3k7

Remember to use neat joined up writing and try to set your story out using paragraphs to show the start, middle and end. We look forward to reading them!

Maths Task

For your maths work today I would like you to watch this link https://vimeo.com/485433674 and then complete the work sheet. If you do not have a printer, you can just use paper.

I would then like you to log onto mathletics and complete the learning set for you on there.

Maths 8-1-21

Science Task

Do you remember our last science topic when we were leaning about humans and animals?

Watch this short film to remind yourself about skeletons. Next look at each of the animal skeletons below. Can you write out what you think each animal will be? What clues do you have?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/ztfnvcw

Skeleton

 

Thursday 7th January

Good morning all year 3 children! Thank you to those who sent your work through to us yesterday, we really do enjoy seeing what you do at home. Remember, you can send us pictures of anything else you get up to, such as baking, drawing, Lego models, dressing up, exercising or anything else! Hopefully I will see some of you at the Google Meet at 9:45. Just click on the link in the email that I sent to your parents.

To get you started this morning, can you think of a fruit or vegetable for every letter of the alphabet. For example......

A - apple

B - beetroot 

Good luck!

Phonics Task

Today you will be looking at spelling words with the sound 'ea cup of tea.' Please watch the video by following the link https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/7g0sUSw9/4OQai8L8

English Task

For your English task today, we would like you to log onto Myon. Then choose a book to read and complete a quiz on it. Make sure you let us know if you get 100% !

Maths Task

We did a very similar lesson to this in school on Monday. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to email us! Remember the crocodile eats the BIGGER NUMBER.

Maths 7-1-21

Computing Task

In our computing lessons we have been learning about how people use the internet and how to keep safe online. Go into your 2Dos on Purple Mash and click on 2connect. Here you can create your own diagram of how you use the internet in your family. Remember, you can change the font and colour of your work. How many different ways can you come up with? 

A few ideas to start with........home learning, food shopping, looking up facts etc.

If you haven't got your reading record at home with your logins in, send an email to year3@whiptonbarton.org and we will send it out to you.

Wednesday 6th January 2021

Hello everyone! Every day you will find your learning tasks on here. We expect you to complete the work and send it back to us. We really look forward to hearing from you and seeing what you get up to. 

Phonics Task

You will have a daily phonics session to complete. Please see the link below for the first one. 

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Tu6nwrZg/nKb39cCo

English Task

Today we will be looking at verbs. To begin with, watch the video clip and complete the activities on this web page.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zpxhdxs

Next choose 4 different verbs and put them into a sentence of your own. Remember to use your neatest joined up handwriting.

Maths Task

We have been working on multiplication and today you will be practising your times tables. 

Please could you also log onto Sparx and complete 10 minutes of learning on there too.

Here is the link for hit the button: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Maths 6-1-21

Science Task

We are starting to look at forces which include pushing and pulling. Please watch the video before drawing out and completing the diagram below. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvpp34j/articles/zywcrdm

Science 6-1-21

 

 

17.07.20

Final Friday of school!  Today's theme is Picnic  and we would love to see photos of you all having a picnic, at home or in your local park. 

We are truly proud of all of you this year. It isn't what we all expected when we started the year and we know it has been tough at home trying to learn. Well done for all you have achieved. We can't wait to see your faces in September.

 

English Task 

Today’s theme is picnics and so I’ve picked an extract from a book where they go on a picnic. Theres an extract below to watch from “Daisy and the trouble with Maggots” by Kes Gray. Daisy goes for a picnic and a fishing trip with her uncle and gets in to all sorts of trouble!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYA0r6TammY

As you listen to today’s extract or a afterwards if you’d prefer to focus on listening, I would like you to create a poster about reading and what you like about reading and why you think it’s good. If you make some really good ones we might even display them in our reading corners for the new year 3’s!

Maths Task 

Watch the video about lines of symmetry and then either print out the sheet or draw capital letters to find out which have lines of symmetry. Then go onto your 2Dos on Purple Mash (Reflections) to make your own symmetrical patterns.

lines

Other Task 

It’s the end of the school year!  It’s been a very strange year for everybody and lockdown has meant that you have spent almost half of your year 3 learning at home.  Nobody could have guessed this would happen.  We are so proud of you all and all the learning you have done this year.  It would be easy to only remember the fact that you missed half of the year and that it has been hard in lockdown. BUT that would be a disservice to all the fun and great things you did do before lockdown and infact during lockdown.

 

So today I would like you to take some time to reflect over the year, think about what have you done during year 3 and what has been good about it.

To help you do this I’d like you first to just listen to this short audio meditation that will help you calm down, clear your mind and stop.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldFD-L-Csz0

Then I’d like you think back over the year, think about that first day in year 3, coming in to class and meeting your teachers and then think about any highlights from the year. See if you can write down a list of 5 things from year 3 that you are glad happened/that you are proud of. Maybe you went on a good trip, maybe your maths really improved or you made a new friend?  Then I’d like you think about coming back to school, what would you like to do in year 4? Can you write down 2 things that you want to achieve in year 4.

 

 

 

 

16.07.20

Good Morning! I LOVE your photos of disguises  from the other day, it was fantastic to start work yesterday afternoon and see how well you had joined in with one of the tasks we had set you. Two more days of home learning and then you have officially finished year 3! Woweee 

So let's see what we have in store for you today!

English task 

The Twits is a very funny but also disgusting book! Mr and Mrs Twit love to play tricks on each other. Listen to this extract from the book. It is one of my favourite chapters from the book entitled Wormy Spaghetti.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDkW2MX_5Cg

Today I want you to create your own disgusting Twits Menu. Use your imagination to come up with some disgusting dishes and draw and write up your menu on a piece of paper. Here is an example below:

twits menu

Maths Task

To start with today, I would like you to play a game where you use a calendar. With this game you keep going until you get one wrong. Keep trying until you get at least 10 in a row! What will be your highest score? Let your teacher know.

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/261/using-a-calendar

After that, use a calendar to help answer these question. There is a link to an online calendar if you haven’t got one at home.

https://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/

1. If you officially break up on Friday 17th July and come back to school on Thursday 3rd September, how many days holiday will you have?

2. How many days are there until your birthday?

3. How many days are there until Christmas day?

4. How many Saturdays are there in August?

5. How many full weekends are there in July?

6. How many days are in February?

Other curriculum task

Tomorrow’s final Friday theme is Picnic! We’d love you to have a picnic, like we would normally do at the end of the school year together.  So your other task today is to bake something with a grown up ready to eat tomorrow at the picnic. If you are struggling for ideas there are lots of great ideas in the community cookbook:

https://www.whiptonbarton.org/community-1?fbclid=IwAR3b7BAA_5w1f1NixcXus40d396jGkuHVI6-tyNlwrTDOJNjNjhDFuSHRjk

15.07.20

Hello everyone. Hope you had a good day yesterday. Thank you to the children who sent in a photo of themselves in disguise. They were brilliant, any idea who these mystery children are???

Disguise

English Task

Flying Fergus is a fantastic set of books written by Sir Chris Hoy (an Olympic cyclist!) and illustrated by a lovely lady called Clare Elsom (she lives in Exeter!) I’d like you to read the first chapter of the first book here:

Chapter PDF

 

Later on in the book Fergus discovers that if he pedals backwards really fast he can transport himself to a land called Nevermore. Click on the attachment below to see what I would like you to do today.

 

Nevermore PDF

Maths Task

 

https://www.random.org/dice/

Science Task

Listen and read the information on this web page about the environment. Then complete the activity and quiz. Make a list of things that you and your family do to help the environment. Maybe there is something that you would like to do in the future. What about at school? How do we try and help the environment?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zp22pv4/articles/z2md82p

14.07.20

Good morning. He hope that you enjoyed your tasks from yesterday and that you are ready for another day of Home Learning. Here are your tasks today..........

English Task

Listen to this extract from Ottoline and the Yellow cat by Chris Riddell

 

https://www.worldbookday.com/stories/ottoline-and-the-yellow-cat/

 

Ottoline loves to dress up in disguise and head off to solve mysteries. Today I’d love you to try and find yourself a disguise and dress up. Send us a photo and see if we can recognise you.

There is also some fun Ottoline activities to do here: https://clubs-kids.scholastic.co.uk/products/Ottoline-and-the-Yellow-Cat-Chris-Riddell-9780330524650

 

Maths Task

Listen to the video to find out how to play the game. You can use this link to the virtual cards if you haven't got any at home.

http://random-cards.com/1-shuffled-deck/

PE Task

Today I would like you to complete these movements. As before, click on the link and login using the following details:

User name: parent@whiptonbar-1.com

Password: whiptonbar

https://home.jasmineactive.com/gym/year/3/unit/1/lesson/1/card/pike-and-straddle-2

There are 3 levels. Start with Tricky. Click on the round blue camera button to watch a video of how to complete the movement. Move onto the next 2 levels when you are done. Good luck!

13.07.20

Good morning everyone. We hope you had a good weekend and that you are ready for your last week of Home Learning! Make a big effort to get these tasks completed this week and then you will truly deserve your summer holidays. Here's what we would like you to do today....

English Task

It's the last whole school English task today. Click on the link below to find out what you need to get up to today: 

English%2013.7.20%20yr3.pdf

Maths Task

To start with today, answer these calculations as quickly as you can. Try and do them mentally (in your head) if you can, but if you need to, you can write some jottings to help you.

maths

Then you will need to go onto Purple Mash and your 2Do tab. There are 2 different quizzes for you to complete today. They are timed activities so use the mental skills that we have been working on recently to solve them quickly.

Other Task

Today I would like you to click on the link below to the BBC Newsround site.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround

Here you will be able to watch the latest Newsround and also view many other interesting articles/videos. Scroll down to look at the different titles and find at least 3 that you would like to read/watch. When you have read them, tell someone in your house what the articles were about in your own words. Are there any that you would like to research further? 

10.07.20

Friday again! We've only got one more week left of school this year! Lockdown feels like it has gone very slowly but it still also feels like this school year has flown by. Please do send us some photos or an email to say hello if you haven't so far this week. We hope you have good weekends.

Don't forget, the theme for today is 'Rainbow Colours' so dress yourself as brightly as you can and send us a photo!

How Many Colours in a Rainbow? - Ayresome Primary School

English Task

One of my favourite books that I read as a child was The Enchanted Wood by Enid Blyton.  Books that we read and love stay with us for a very long time!  I love the characters and sense of magic and mystery in the books. Here is a link to the first chapter being read outloud.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-k3FaUuwVS8

Once you’ve listened to the book I’d like you to have a think about a book you have read this year. Then I’d like you to write a review of the book. Use the questions on the attachment below to help you.

 

Book%20review%20template.pdf

Maths Task

See how speedy you can be using Hit the Button for your number bonds today!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Art Task

Today's theme is Rainbows. We’d love you to create a rainbow picture, you could use paints/crafts/tissue paper/ crayons… whatever you have at home! Get creative!

 

09.07.20

Hello Year 3! How is your week going? We hope you are all doing well!   I'm looking forward to looking over your English tasks from this week and seeing how creative you have been with them. 

English and Art Task 

Today I am combining your English and Art Tasks!!

 I’d like you to listen to chapters 1-5 of the 13 storey treehouse:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeVjrDd9fUM

Terri and Andy’s treehouse is full of exciting levels. I would like you to design and make a model of your very own treehouse. You can use recycling to junk model or use paper/card and supplies you already have at home.

Maths

You will be playing the same game as yesterday, but this time starting at 100 and working back to zero. Play twice to see how many jumps it took to get there. Can you land on zero exactly?

You can use this interactive dice if you don't have any at home.

https://www.random.org/dice/?num=2

08.07.20

Good morning and welcome to Wednesday! Well done to those who completed the English task yesterday. It was great to hear so many completely different endings to the story. I hope that you are getting super speedy with your doubles and halves now. Here's what you need to do today.

English Task

Jeff Kinney is an author who writes very funny stories.

Watch this video to hear him talk about some tools he uses to help make his stories funny:

https://www.worldbookday.com/online-masterclasses/telling-funny-stories/

 

Now have a read of this extract from one of his books:

https://www.worldbookday.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/06-Telling-Funny-Stories-Extract.pdf

 

Now I’d love you to think of something that has happened during lockdown, it might be something funny or something that isn’t funny but that could be made funny by the way you tell the story. So have you managed to trick a sibling or your parents, have you lost a pet and found it in a funny place? Once you’ve thought of your story I’d like you to turn it into a short comic strip.

I’ve included a template here but don’t worry if you can’t print it out, it’s quite simple to draw your own out.

T-L-910-Comic-Book-Templates.pdf

 

Maths Task

Start at zero and then roll 2 dice (or use the virtual ones) and add the 2 numbers together. Add these in a running total until you reach 100. How many jumps did it take to get to 100? Did you land on 100 exactly? 

Try again and see if you can get there in less steps or compete against someone else in your house.

https://www.random.org/dice/?num=2

P.E. Task

Today I would like you to have a go at some balances. Click onto the Jasmine link below and log in using the following login and password. Start on the tricky one and click on the blue camera icon to watch a video. Move onto the trickier and finally trickiest (I couldn't do any of these!) If you have got someone to play with at home, then have a go at the Mirror Mirror game. Good Luck!

https://home.jasmineactive.com/gym/year/2/unit/1/lesson/1/card/straight-dish-and-arch-1

login  parent@whiptonbar-1.com

password   whiptonbar

07.07.20

Good morning, we hope you had a good day yesterday.

Just to get your brain going this morning, how many different words can you make using these letters?

Whipton Barton Federation

Can you get more than 5? 

Here is what we have got in store for you today.

English Task

Over the next couple of weeks before the holidays we will be focusing on reading/listening to extracts from stories and then doing an activity based on the text that you have read or heard. Reading is REALLY important and we would love for you to get into some good habits of reading everyday over the holidays.

So today I would like you to listen to Chapters 1 and 2 of  the “nothing to see here” book on the below website and then I would like you to take a guess about what you think is going to happen next in the book. There are no right or wrong answers, it is your imagination! You can either write a paragraph or draw a picture to show what you think will happen in the story.

https://www.worldbookday.com/stories/the-nothing-to-see-here-hotel-by-steven-butler/

Maths Task

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Other Task

I hope that your enjoyed your English task yesterday where you had to create your own imaginary recipe for a biscuit. That got me thinking.........

Your task today is in your 2Dos section on Purple Mash. It is called 'Witch Meals'. You need to create a menu (breakfast, lunch and dinner) for a witch. Use the pictures and write some detailed descriptions. Try to make it as disgusting as possible! I am looking forward to seeing them, or am I???

06.07.20

How was your weekend? We hope you had lots of fun. 

Thank you for your theme day photos, if any of you have photos of you building something then do send them in we would love to see them. 

 

English task 

Today the whole school is going to be doing the same English task! Look at the attached PDF to tell you what to do. 

Authorfy%206.7.20_1.pdf

Maths Task

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Other Task

The RNLI were hoping to visit schools this term but haven't been able to so they have sent out lots of guidance for children to be aware of when they are near any type of open water. Here is the last of their posters to spot the dangers. Write down or talk to an adult about the dangers that you can see. The answers are below for you to check afterwards. When you have finished, why not create a poster of your own about how to stay safe at the beach.

harbour

answers

03.07.20

Good Morning year 3 and welcome to another Theme Friday. Today's theme is build something so do send us photos of anything you manage to build! 

Lots of you have been in touch this week to share learning and tell us what you've been up to. Thank you, we love hearing from you and we are all missing you a lot! 

 

English Task 

Today’s theme is “Build something” so today I wanted to share with you a story that is one of my daughter’s favourite books. It’s about a little girl who has to persevere and be determined to invent and build something. Here is a link to a website where you can read the book:

http://anyflip.com/xqpr/dova/basic

 

Once you are done reading the book, click the link below to learn how to make your own paper aeroplane. The PDF tells you to print the page but you don’t need to do that, just use a blank piece of paper and decorate your plane yourself. How far can you make it fly?

 

https://www.andreabeaty.com/uploads/1/5/2/4/15240358/rosie-revere-airplane.pdf

 

There’s also a fun word search based on the book here: https://www.rif.org/literacy-central/word-search/rosie-revere-engineer-word-search

Maths Task

 

maths

Art Task 

As today’s theme is to build something, we’d love you to design a den or a house or invent something (just like Rosie did in this morning’s story) and then build it. You could build it from lego or building blocks, or use blankets and chairs. Use your imagination and send us photos of what you made!

02.07.20

Wow it's July already!  We hope you are all keeping safe and having fun at home. Do send us any photos of your learning, but also any fun things you are getting up to. We miss you all! 

Don't forget that the theme day on Friday is 'Build Something' so get your thinking caps on for tomorrow.

English Task 

I have a friend called Tom who writes and illustrates children's books. His books are very funny and very good!  For your English today I’d like you to follow the draw along video below where he shows you how to draw a character from one of his books and then listen to the extract that he reads from his book “The Accidental Prime Minister”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTIUp5JMpvM

Maths Task 

Today I would like you to focus on your times tables. Only a few children have been using Sparx over this period so I would like you all to do 15 minutes on this today. Then you can play this times tables game with someone at home. Open the document below. If you don't have a printer you will need to copy the numbers onto paper. (You don't have to do all of them for game 2, you could make the grid 5 numbers by 5 numbers instead). There is a link for an online dice if you don't have one at home.

There are 3 different levels. I think you could all play number 1 and 2. Number 3 is more of a challenge! Good luck, I hope you beat your adults at home!!!

Dice game

https://eslkidsgames.com/classroom-dice

Art task 

Today I’d like you watch this story so you can learn about an artist called Matisse.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UkcFz7AEBAY

Then you can follow this link to find out a bit more about him:

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/explore/who-is/who-henri-matisse

I’d like you to create your own collage that shows something from nature, it can be an animal or insect, a flower or river. You can use card/paper from the recycling.  Have a think about the outside and pick something you love:

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/make/cut-paste/collage-matisse-snail

 

Here's some photos of ones my children have created at home. 

nora 1theanora

 

01.07.20

Good morning, thank you for those who sent your work through to us yesterday, we saw some great pictures of your favourite animals. 

Here are the answers for the anagrams from Monday. Have a good day!

 

Skateboard   basement         word finder - elbow

English Task

Here is a video of Tom Fletcher reading an extract from his book called The Creakers. 

 

Now you’ve listened to the story, can you imagine what life would be like with no grown ups around?  I’d like you to think about the Positive (the good things), the minus (the negative or bad things), and the interesting things ( these aren’t positive or negative but are more thoughts and questions you might have.) Use the grid below to list the ideas down.

Creakers%20PMI%20word_0.docx

 

Maths Task

maths

Science Task

Remind yourself of the eat well plate below, then go onto Purple Mash. There are two activities for you to have a go at today related to food groups.

eat

30.6.20

Hello year 3.  We hope you've had a great nights sleep and are super ready to learn this morning. 

To make your sure you are ready to go why not do 10 star jumps, 10 pushups and try and pat your head and rub your tummy at the same time for 20 seconds? 

English Task

Today I would like you to read the extract in the first pdf below. It is from a book called Evie in the jungle and it is written by an author called Matt Haig. I LOVE this series of books and so thought you might too.

Once you have read the extract, you could have a chat with a grown up about the questions underneath if you like and then I’d like you complete the activity underneath of drawing or painting a picture of your favourite animal.

Evie%20and%20the%20jungle%20extract%201.pdf

Tuesday%20Evie%20and%20the%20animals%20task.pdf

Maths Task

maths

Science Task

Today we are going to remind ourselves about how to classify animals. Read through and complete the activities on the BBC site. Then draw and label one animal that would be classified as a vertebrate and one animal that is an invertebrate.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zn22pv4/articles/z3nbcwx

29.06.20

Good morning everyone, hope you have had a good weekend. Our 30 Days Wild activity is almost over now, why not have a look to see what the activity is for today?

Here is an anagram to get your brains going this morning. Try and find the hidden word in these jumbled up letter. We'll show you the answer tomorrow!

anagram

English Task

Each week on a Monday there will be a task that is the same for the whole school. Click on the link below to find out what today's task is. 

Authorfy%2029.6.20%20year%203.pdf

Maths Task

maths

RNLI Safety Task

We have another 'Spot the Dangers' poster to look at today. The RNLI do such a good job of looking after people near the water, but it is so important that we know the dangers of being close to any type of water, the sea, estuary, lakes, rivers, canals etc. Look carefully at the poster and write down and talk about all the dangers that you can see. When you have finished, check your answers on the sheet below.

river

answers

 

26.06.20

Good morning, it's Friday and 'Good to be Me' Day. Why not send in a photo of you doing something you really enjoy? It could be you playing with your Lego, Barbies, painting, drawing, dancing, trampolining, scooting, dressing up.............whatever you want! We look forward to seeing your pictures.

English Task

We believe that you are all truly awesome. So for your English task today we would like you to write a description of yourself, telling us why you are so awesome. You could tell us what you look like, what you are good at, what qualities or personality traits you have (ie are you a good friend? Are you generous, kind, supportive? Do you help others out, are you good at sharing?) and what talents you have.

So for example I would write: 

My name is Mrs Walker. I have long brown curly hair that sometimes is a bit crazy.  I love to bake and share the treats that I make with my friends and family. I am generous. I care about children and making sure all children get to have a good education. I love to see my friends, I think I am good at listening to them and I am good and helping them out when they get stuck.  I love to laugh with my 3 girls and I am an excellent tickle monster! 

 

Maths Task

You don't need to copy out the whole sheet, just write a calculation to match the picture and then solve it.

Times and divide problems

Art Task

To continue our theme day learning today I’d like you to draw a self portrait of yourself. Follow the link below to another Rob Biddulph tutorial on how to draw a cartoon version of you!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCDta3CQ9Ak

25.06.20

Something to get you going on this Thursday morning, can you say this tongue twister 3 times as quickly as possible?

Cheese Trees

Through three cheese trees three free fleas flew

While these fleas flew, freezy breeze blew

Freezy breeze made these three trees freeze

Freezy trees made these trees’ cheese freeze

That’s what made these three free fleas sneeze

English Task

 

Today I want you to watch this video and create a poem as directed in the video.

https://youtu.be/zXuYCWXrk-k

 

Maths Task

Choose the division problems that you want to work on today 3s, 4s or 6s or all of them! Challenge yourself!

division 3

division 4

division 6

Art Task

We’d love you to have a go at some drawing this afternoon. Rob Biddulph a children’s author and illustrator has been creating online tutorials of how to draw different animals and characters. Try out this one today:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhyCxVPb1qU

24.06.20

Good morning everyone, it's Wednesday again already! It's going to be a lovely day so get your work done quickly this morning and then you can play in the sunshine!

English Task

Today for your English task we are going to focus on handwriting. We worked so hard when we were at school on joining our letters so we must try and keep it up! To start with, copy out each of these joins neatly once. When you have done this, copy out the sentences below in your neatest joined handwriting. There are capital letters missing so add these in too please.

HW

 

  1. susan wanted to go to the park.
  2. mrs walker wanted to eat a chocolate ice cream.
  3. whipton Barton school is so quiet without all of the children.
  4. when it is the summer it is nice to go to the beach.

Maths Task

Watch the video and then complete the times tables detective sheet. You don't need a printer, you can just write out the calculations. Some you should be able to do in your head really quickly!

x detective

Science Task 

Can you remember way back in at the start of the spring term we were learning about different foods and healthy eating? Have a look at the different sections of the Eat Well Plate and remind yourself about the different food groups.

Eat well

Next read through and complete the activities on the bbc website. Then on paper draw your your own plate of food that has a healthy amount of these food groups in. Think about the dinners you have at home or at school. For example, you could draw the different foods that make up a roast dinner. Colour and label your picture neatly.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrffr82/articles/zppvv4j

23.06.20

Good morning all. Thank you for sending over your work from yesterday. If you haven't yet, please make sure that you send over your pictures from the English task. Some of the best ones will make it onto the website!

Enjoy your home learning for today!

English Task

Today we are going to do a reading comprehension. Last week we finished reading Gangsta Granny. The author of Gangsta Granny is David Walliams. On the link below there is an information sheet for you to read about David and then some questions to see how well you’ve understood what you have read.

David%20Walliams%20Reading%20comp.pdf

 

Maths Task

Today we will be looking at factors. You will need to use your times tables knowledge to help you with this today. To start with, watch the short clip from the bbc website. If you want to later, you could use objects like Lego bricks or pieces of pasta to help you work out your answers.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6j2tfr/articles/zv9sv9q#:~:text=A%20factor%20is%20a%20number,the%20number%20itself%20and%201.

M1

M2

Other Task

The RNLI have asked us to pass on this important message.

'This summer, RNLI Lifeguards can’t be on every beach, meaning a heightened water safety risk to beach goers. They are asking schools to help share some important messages to children and their families.  With the easing of restrictions and the warm summer weather, people are heading to the beaches and coastline to enjoy the sun, sea and time with friends and family.'

We want you to stay safe if you visit any areas with water, so for the next few days we are going to be putting up some activities for you do do regarding water safety.

Look carefully at the picture below and make a list of the possible dangers/hazards that you see. When you think you have finished, check your answers with the answer sheet.

beach

answers

22.06.20

Hello Year 3! How are we nearly at the end of June?  We hope you have had a restful weekend and are all ready for another week of learning at home. 

English 

For today's English the whole school has been set the same task. This means that if you've got siblings at home you can all do the same piece of learning at the same time! Please click on the file below to find out what you are going to get up to. 

Authorfy%2022.6.20%20year%203.pdf

Maths Task

maths

P.E. Task

Today we are going to do a physical challenge!

P.E. lessons are always a favourite at school so here is an activity that has been adapted to do at home. You can use a room inside or your garden if possible. All of the family can join in with this one! Why not time yourselves too?

To get started, click on the link. https://home.jasmineactive.com/pe/year/3/unit/1/lesson/1/game/matching-pairs

You will need to put in...

username -    parent@whiptonbar-1.com

Password -    whiptonbar

Then read the instructions. Watch the video (small blue circular symbol near the title) to see how it has been adapted to play at home. Have fun!!

02.60.91

Welcome to backtofront day (see what I did with the date there!)  Thank you so much for joining in with last weeks crazy hair day. Watch the video below to see what everybody got up to.  Please send us photos/videos of what you get up to for backtofront day. If you do send them in we will use them on social media/the school website so do make sure you are happy with that. 

 

Unfortunately due to a technical mishap, Ruth's picture didn't make the video. Here she is with some seriously crazy hair last week!!

Hair

English Task

As it is back to front day today, your English task is to decode this poem. The words are in the right order but they have each been written backwards. Write out the poem correctly and then draw an illustration to match the poem. Good Luck!

You also need to ask someone at home to test you on this weeks spellings. Don't forget to tell your teacher how many you got out of 10.

address, exercise, heart, history, length, minute, naughty, possible, quarter, question

Elttil gorf

I was a elttil gorf

Eh was retuc naht nac eb

Eh saw gnittis no a gol

Dna m’l erus eh dekaorc ta em!

Maths Task

Maths 19.6.20

Computing task

This week we are focusing on computing. Over the week you should have been building up some coding schools by completing the 2do's. Today you will create your own game/programme on the FreeCode 2do. I can't wait to see what you create. 

Story time!

Gangsta Granny, The final chapter! 

Matilda - the final chapter!

18.06.20

Hello year 3! We hope that you're all getting on well and thank you to those of you that have sent us your work. Just a reminder to send it to the following email address: year3@whiptonbarton.org

Here's a morning starter to get your brains warmed up.

12.6.20

English task

Today I would like you to read this text about sharks. Is it fiction or non fiction? Why?

Answer the questions underneath, making sure that you give more than one word answers if it asks you to explain.

1

2

3

4

1. What allows sharks to be flexible?

2. How many varieties of shark are there?

3. Look at the section headed: Going Back in Time…

 Find and copy a phrase that proves that sharks are older than dinosaurs.

6. Explain why you think sharks are seen as terrifying.

7. Can you do some research of your own about sharks? Do any live in British waters? What does a hammerhead shark look like? Can you draw it?

Maths task

Maths 18.6.20

Computing task

This week we are focusing on computing. We want to make sure that the coding work we did earlier in the year has not been forgotten so we are going to do a week of coding on Purple mash.  Each day you will be set new 2Do's you need to do them each day and then at the end of the week you are going to create your own game. I can't wait to see what you come up with. 

Story time!

So sorry for the lack of Gangsta Granny chapters this week year 3! I had an issue with my videos uploading.Here's two chapters today to make up.

 

17.06.20

Wednesday already! This week has felt like it has gone very fast so far to me. This week I've helped my daughters learn to ride their bikes and spent lots of time on my allotment. What have you all been up to other than your home learning? We'd love to hear from you so do email us to tell us about your learning and what else you've been up to.

English task

Look at this picture. Talk about these questions with someone at home and then write your thoughts into sentences. You will need to use your imagination to come up with some ideas! Remember to use joined up handwriting. Why not have a go at drawing another dragon? It could be its brother, sister, mum or dad.

Dragon

  • Where is it from?
  • Why is it so small?
  • Are there more like him?
  • Where does he live?
  • How will you look after it?
  • Will you keep it a secret or tell someone?
  • What is it called?
  • Is it magic?  What magic can it do?

Maths Task

Maths 17.6.20

Computing task

This week we are focusing on computing. We want to make sure that the coding work we did earlier in the year has not been forgotten so we are going to do a week of coding on Purple mash.  Each day you will be set new 2Do's you need to do them each day and then at the end of the week you are going to create your own game. I can't wait to see what you come up with. 

Story time!

So sorry for the lack of Gangsta Granny chapters this week year 3! I had an issue with my videos uploading.Here's two chapters today to make up! 

16.06.20

Good morning Year 3. Well done to those of you who completed the work and sent it in to your teacher yesterday. Keep up the good work. Don't forget to look each day at the 30 Days Wild section on the website. Year 3 have contributed a few of the photos on the bog so far, but Mr Graham would like to see lots more children taking part in the challenges each day. Take a look at the challenge today, it might be fun!

English Task

Today we will be using speech marks. Watch the video for a quick recap on how we use speech punctuation correctly and then write a line of speech for the each characters in the pictures below. 

animals

Maths Task

Maths 16.6.20

Computing task

This week we are focusing on computing. We want to make sure that the coding work we did earlier in the year has not been forgotten so we are going to do a week of coding on Purple mash.  Each day you will be set new 2Do's you need to do them each day and then at the end of the week you are going to create your own game. I can't wait to see what you come up with. 

15.06.20

Good morning everyone, can you believe we are half way through June already! Thank you for all those who joined in with our Crazy Hair day on Friday. We are looking forward to seeing all of the photos once the office staff have put them altogether into a poster. Here are your task for today.

English Task

Here are your spellings for the week. You might have had some of these before as they are taken from the year 3/4 word list, but it is really important that you are confident with these.

address    exercise    heart      history    length   minute  naughty  possible   quarter  question

Today we are going to use these nouns and adjectives to make some sentences. Read the words in the table below and then come up with 5 of your own for each section. Then write 5 sentences using words from the list (and any extras). For example…….

In front of the mysterious cave they was a magical pink unicorn with a beautiful pink mane.

Remember to use capital letters and full stops. You can make your sentences as silly as you like!

Noun

Adjective

Snail

Hair

Table

Cave

Unicorn

Potato

 

 

Smooth

Prickly

Spotty

Pink

Golden

Hairy

 

Maths Task

This week, we are doing some work on addition and subtraction! 

Maths 15.6.20

Computing Task

This week we are focusing on computing. We want to make sure that the coding work we did earlier in the year has not been forgotten so we are going to do a week of coding on Purple mash.  Each day you will be set new 2Do's you need to do them each day and then at the end of the week you are going to create your own game. I can't wait to see what you come up with. 

 

So head over to Purple mash  log in and see what 2do's there are for you today. 

Story time!

Matilda - chapter 20.

12.06.20

Welcome to Crazy hair day!  Send us photos/vidoes of your craziness, we would love to share them with our year group so we can all still feel like we are together while we are apart. 

One more day to the weekend, let's get this learning done! Don't forget to send us some of your learning, if we haven't heard from you by Friday lunch time we will give you a quick call to see how things are going. 

English Task

Today I would like you to write some descriptive sentences linked to our Crazy Hair Day. Look at the different photos below. Choose 4 and imagine that you had to describe these to someone who couldn't see them. Think carefully about the words you choose. If you have crazy hair today too, write a description of that as well!

Hair

Don't forget to ask someone to test you on your spelling - the days of the week. Let your teacher know how many you got out of 12.

Maths Task 

Well done for working so hard on angles and shapes. Go through the sheet and do as much as you can. 

 

Then, get your parent or carer to go through and check your answers.

Link for test: https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-3-Properties-of-Shape.pdf

Link for answers: https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Year-3-Properties-of-Shape-Answers.pdf

Science Task 

Today we are going to have some fun with magnets. Watch my video below to find out what we will be up to and then use the planning sheet beneath the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtLIsrxzAso&feature=youtu.be

Magnetic game

Story time!

Gangsta Granny

 

11.06.20

Hello there, it's Thursday! Well done to all of you who sent in their work yesterday. We saw some really good examples of 3D shapes that you have around your homes. Here's what we've got in store for you today.

Here's something to help get your brain moving this morning. Remember there is no right or wrong... it is your opinion, you just have to be able to say WHY you think what you do! 

 

Thunk image

English Task

Today I would like you to write a dairy entry as if you were one of the meerkats from the film. You will need to write what you did and your thoughts and feelings. Here is an example of how you might start off your writing.

Thursday 

We were all asleep in the burrow when my brother Skip elbowed me in the head when he was stretching. We cautiously stuck our head out into the morning sunshine and couldn't believe what was before our eyes!! The most beautiful, amazing, delicious fruit I have ever seen in my whole life!

Remember to join your handwriting and check your spellings.

Here is the link to the video if you want to watch it again.

https://www.literacyshed.com/catchit.html

Maths Task

Maths 11.6.20

Science Task

Here’s a couple of videos for you to watch again reminding you about Magnets and how they work. Once you’ve watched them fill in the activity sheet below.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyttyrd/articles/zpvcrdm

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zk9rkqt

Exploring magnets

10.06.20

Good morning everyone. Glad that you have joined us for another day of home learning! You might have seen this already, but here are some of the photos from last Friday's first theme day - Get Creative! This Friday it will be a Crazy Hair theme, so get thinking about what you could do. It would be great if we could have lots of photos on our poster next week.

Creative

English Task

In the video we have been using this week there are meerkats and a vulture. Today I would like you to do some research and write some information about one of these animals (or both). You could include things like…….

  • Where they live (habitat)
  • What they eat
  • What they look like
  • Any special skills they have
  • A fun/amazing fact

Think about the layout of your information and make it eye catching for the reader. Include a picture and caption too.

You may want to use this website for your research.

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/

https://animalfactguide.com/animal-facts/

Maths Task

Maths 10.6.20

Science Task

Let’s carry on learning about magnets and what objects might be magnetic. Watch the video I’ve made for you below to see an investigation I’d like you to try out today.

 

If you haven’t got any magnets at home try out this activity on the bbc website below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyttyrd/articles/zw889qt

 

Story Time

Gangsta Granny Chapter 27.

09.06.20

Hello Year 3! Thank you to those of you who have already sent us some of your learning this week. Keep up the hard work guys we are proud of you all.

Here's something fun to get your brains going...

Morning starter

English task

Watch the video below to see how to complete your task today. You will also need to watch the first minute of the film 'Catch It' again. 

Look at the Descriptions sheet or print it off to help you complete the task. 

https://www.literacyshed.com/catchit.html

Descriptions

Maths task

Maths 9.6.20

ICT task

Today’s other curriculum task is a computing task. I want us to think a bit about online safety today. Lots of the websites and apps we use require us to have a password. Think about your purple mash or sparx. You have your own password for these, I imagine you do for other online games and activities you spend time on as well.

 

Passwords are important, but why? Thinking about your Purple Mash account have a think about the following questions:

• What happens if someone logs in with your username and password?

• Why would the teacher still think it was you?

• Why is it important to have a password that no one will know or guess?

• Why is it good to have numbers and characters in your password?

 • Should you use your name, your street, your birthday or your phone number as your password because they are easy to remember?

 • What other things do you use the Internet for, that you might need a password for?

 

Now head over to Purple Mash where I have set you a 2do to create an online safety poster. If you have forgotten your purple mash log in email the Year3 address and we can help you.

 

Story time

Gangsta Granny Chapter 

08.06.20

Good morning everyone, here we go again with another week of home learning! You are doing a great job so keep it up!

First though we have some great news, Mrs Steer had her baby last week! Meet Sebastian Bradley David Steer. Isn't he a cutie!

Trudi

English Task

Here are your spellings for the week. Some our easier than others, but many of you still don’t always get these right!

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Watch the short animated film ‘Catch it’.

https://www.literacyshed.com/catchit.html

Answer the following questions about the film. Please write you answers in full sentences.

1. Where do you think this film is set?

2. Does the setting/ story remind you of any other films that you have watched? What is similar?

3. What are the two animals called that feature in this film?

4. What game do you think the animals are playing with the fruit near the end of the film?

5. What do you think could happen next? What clues do they give you?

6. Do you like this animation? Yes/No Explain your reasons why.

Don’t just write ‘because it’s funny’. What is funny about it, when …………

Maths Task

Maths 8.6.20

Science Task

We are carrying on our forces topic this week and learning about Magnets. Magnets are different to the forces we learnt about last week. Last week all the forces we learnt about needed contact between the two objects for them to happen. But Magnets are different they need NO contact between the two objects and can act at a distance.

 

Here’s a short video for you to watch that explains magnets in a little more detail. Once you’ve watched the video, read the rest of the page and then complete the quiz at the bottom of the webpage.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyttyrd/articles/zpvcrdm

Story time!

Matilda - chapter 19.

 

05.06.20

Friday already! We hope you've had a great week and enjoyed your home learning.

Don't forget that today is the first of our Theme Days across the federation. The theme this week is 'Get Creative.' We are encouraging the children at home and at school on Friday to do an activity based around art, drama or music and then to send a photo to their teacher. The photos will then be shared across year groups so that children can see what their friends have been up to. Ideas for this week include: painting or drawing a picture, singing along to your favourite song, making up a dance, putting on a play, designing (or making) a new outfit, drawing your favourite book or TV character - and much more! 

English Task 

 

You should have been working on the homophone spellings this week. For your test today, I would like you to copy out these sentences adding in the correct spelling of the missing word. Underline the word you have added to make it easier to mark. Remember we have been having a focussed handwriting week so make sure that you join your letters and keep it neat!

1. The price ticket said 50% ___________.

2. Gran and grandad called to say ___________ going to be late.

3. I was looking for the satellite, but I couldn’t ________ it.

4. Mum said I had ______ much sugar on my pancake.

5. On Friday we are going ______ the beach.

6. My brother said I could have 4 ______ his sweets.

7. Sam had __________ slices of cake.

8. “I can see a parking space over __________,” said Bob.

9. The ________ looks too cold for swimming today!

10. The twins had lots of presents on __________ birthday.

Maths Task 

Friday

Science Task

Today we are going to complete a Friction Investigation. Remember that on Wednesday we learnt that Friction is a force between two surfaces that are sliding (or trying to) along each other. When there is more friction it is harder for the two things to slide along/move. When there is less friction the items move faster/more easily.  I’d like you to complete the investigation that is explained in the document below.

Friction%20Investigation.pdf

Gangsta Granny Chapter 24

04.06.20

Hello Year 3 and welcome to another fab day of home learning. We still haven't heard from some of you this week. Remember we do love to see your learning and to hear about the other fun things you are doing at home. Please do send us something to Year3@whiptonbarton.org. If we haven't heard from you by Friday lunchtime we will call just to check in and see if you need any help. 

English Task

Today we are going to do a quick read. This gets you reading different text and checks your understanding. Read the text carefully. You might want to do this more than once. Then answer the questions below. Remember to keep looking back in the text to check your answers.

Read

1. Choose and write a suitable title for this text.

2. Why do you think the author mentions that 'the buildings were very dry'?

3. Use the text to work out what you think the word 'extinguished' means. Then check with a dictionary or ask an adult.

4. What started the fire?

5. Put these events in order by numbering them 1 -4

The baker went to bed.

The fire wasn't extinguished.

Thomas Farynor did his end-of-day routines.

Sparks from the oven set the dry wood alight.

6. Underline or copy out the verbs in this sentence.

'The flames grew and spread and before long the whole house was ablaze.'

7. What type of text is this? How do you know?

Don't forget you will be tested on your spellings tomorrow, not just how to spell them but can you use the right homophone in a sentence?

there, their, they're to, two, too, see, sea, off, of

Maths Task

Wed

French Task

Bonjour! Today we are going to do a little bit of French. Copy and paste the web browser link  and watch the video showing you the names of family members in French. I’d then like you to draw a picture of your family and label the people with who they are in French.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIy3tenYkCA

 

Gangsta Granny Chapter 23

03.06.20

Good morning Year 3!  We hope you've had some lovely days in the Sun.  It's the Wildlife Trusts 30 days Wild challenge at the moment. Why not head over to our special page to find out more: 30 days Wild and find out more about how to get involved. 

3P will know Mrs Walker loves to get their brains ticking first thing so here's a question to help you on your way, I'd love to hear what you think. Remember there isn't a right or wrong answer just tell us WHAT you think and WHY! 

If I paint over a window is it still a window?

 

English Task

Today we are looking again at putting words into alphabetical order. It is an important skill to have as we use it when looking in a dictionary, thesaurus, library and registers etc. Watch the video below and then put these sets of words into register order. Remember to use your neatest joined handwriting.

1. zebra     giraffe     moose     wolf

2. strawberry     lemon     raspberry     pear

3. pasta     peas     potato     pickle

4. Sophie     Sally     Sandra     Sienna 

5. Michael     Mark     Matthew     Marcus

6. sport     spot     special     spellings 

Now can you think of your own 4 words that have the same two first letters. Ask your adult at home to put them into alphabetical order or send them to your teacher to do!

Maths Task

Maths

Science Task

Today we are going to be learning about the force called friction. Have you heard of that before? Friction is a force between two surfaces that are trying to slide along each other. Here’s a video that will help explain it to you:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zsxxsbk/articles/zxqrdxs

 

Now you’ve learnt about a couple of different forces (Remember from Monday where we learnt about Pull/Push and twist?)  I’d like you to go on a force hunt around your house/garden. Find different situations or places that you would need to use one of those forces. Can you write down/photograph these and write which force it requires? 

 

Please remember to use the new email address to send in your work. We had very few emails yesterday so please make sure that you send something to the year3teachers@whiptonbarton.org address by the end of the week. Thank you!

 

Gangsta Granny Chapter 22

02.06.20

Good morning. Here are your tasks for today. Please remember to use the new email address to send in your work. We had very few emails yesterday so please make sure that you send something to the year3teachers@whiptonbarton.org address by the end of the week. Thank you!

English Task

Today for your English task we are going to focus on handwriting. We worked so hard when we were at school on joining our letters so we must try and keep it up! To start with, copy out each of these joins neatly once. When you have done this, copy out the sentences below in your neatest joined handwriting. There are capital letters missing so add these in too please.

 

joins

1. sally couldn’t wait for her school trip to charmouth because she loved hunting for fossils.

2. It was amazing how quickly the month of may had flown by!

3. mr read and miss hardinge were looking forward to the children returning to school.

4. tommy wanted to open his birthday presents but his birthday wasn’t until tuesday, so he had to be patient.

Maths Task

 

Tuesday maths

Music Task

Today’s other curriculum task is a music task. Which is one of my (Mrs Walker) favourite subjects!

I’d like you to copy and paste this web link into your browser and close your eyes and listen to the piece of music.  Listen to it twice, both times with eyes closed and no distractions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRuqRb-LKvY

Once you have listened to it answers these questions:

What could you hear?

What is this style of music?

How old do you think this music is?

Which Country do you think this music is from?

What does this music make you feel?

What do you think this music could be about?

Do you like this piece of music?

 Chapter 21 of Gangsta Granny 

01.06.20

Good morning everyone and welcome back to the 2nd part of the summer term. We hope that you have all had a lovely half term and managed to get outside and enjoy some of the lovely sunshine we have been having. Back to work now though!

You should have received information from Miss Hardinge about slightly different contact arrangements. For those who didn't see this here is the information again.

Home learning will be set as usual on the website but will now need to be sent to year3teachers@whiptonbarton.org. The teachers will pick it up from this address and respond to you in the same way they have currently been doing. Miss Pringle will not be working for the first week of June but will return after that. For that first week, Mrs Crocock and Mrs Walker will respond to all Year 3 emails.

We have started our '30 Days Wild' which is a programme set up by The Devon Wildlife Trust. We usually have great fun with this at school but it has been adapted for children to do at home this year. Please look each day at the tab on the school website under home learning. A 30 Days Wild tab has been added. Each day there will be a new challenge. You don't have to do it everyday, but there might be something that you fancy trying. We will be collecting photos of children completing these challenges so that we can add them to the blog. Please send any photos to your teacher.

Here is your home learning for today. Please remember to email some of your work each week. We look forward to seeing what you get up to!

English Task

To start off this week, we are going to be going over some homophones (words that sound the same but have different meanings and are spelt differently) and some other words that year 3 children often spell incorrectly!

I have written each in a sentence and underlined the word to focus on. Read through each sentence and copy the word in bold into a list. Next, write you own sentence for each word, making sure that you have used it in the correct way.

These are also your spellings for the week so make sure that you know how to spell them and the meanings of each ready for a test on Friday!

Tom and Lucy didn’t want to share their toys with their cousins.

There were so many people on the beach on Saturday, we didn’t know where to go.

Mum and dad said that they’re going to give us pocket money if we do some chores at home.

I wanted to buy a new game for my PS3 but it was way too expensive.

During lockdown I went to the park around the corner from my house nearly every day.

We have a dog, a cat and two goldfish as pets.

When we went to the safari park I was disappointed that I couldn’t see the tigers because they were behind a tree.

The trip to France on the ferry made me feel sick because the sea was incredibly rough that day.

When the weather was roasting hot, we ran out of ice cream.

At the park there were signs saying that we had to ‘keep off the grass’.

Maths Task

Maths 1.6.20

Science Task

This week we are starting a new topic. It’s a Science topic based on Forces and Magnets. We are going to start with some lessons about forces. Maybe before we begin can you write down or tell somebody else in your house what you think a force is?

 

We are going to watch two videos today to introduce you to what a force is and what affect it has.

To start today I’d like you to visit this BBC bitesize page, watch the short video and read the information underneath and then at the bottom complete the short activity.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvpp34j/articles/zywcrdm

 

Next watch the video on this BBC bitesize page and then complete the short labelling activity on this page:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zn77hyc/articles/zptckqt

 

Now that you’ve learnt a bit about forces have a go at completing this worksheet:

Pushing and Pulling forces Activity.

 

22.05.20

It's the last day of half term! If you haven't already sent your teacher any of your work from this week then please do! We'd love to see it before the end of the day.

Make sure you scroll to the bottom of today's learning to see a little message from Miss Pringle and a Goodbye from Mrs Steer.

English Task

English 22.5.20

Here's the link for chapter 4 Fantastic Mr Fox chapter 4

Maths Task

Here's your final investigation of the week..

Make 37

History

Today is your last day learning about Ancient Egypt. I hope you have enjoyed this topic. First, watch this video as a quick reminder of the areas we have looked at. Then I would like you to be as artistic as possible and design a poster with drawings, paintings, collage etc to show the different aspects of Ancient Egyptian times. Some things you could include are pyramids, Hieroglyphics, River Nile, Gods, tombs and Tutankhamen. I can't wait to see what you come up with!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZOPWSXMvzI

The last 3 chapters of Beth on the Nile are now on Purple Mash along with the questions for you to finish today or over half term.

 

Matilda - chapter 18

Introducing...

I would like to introduce you to my son Elijah Jay. My partner gave birth to him on Tuesday 19th May! 

Miss Pringle x

Miss Pringle's baby

Goodbye!