Friday 12th June
Hello year 3, we have made it to the end of another week of home learning. You are all doing brilliantly and make sure that you take a moment today to say thank you to your parents for all of their hard work. Apologies for Thursday's English lesson. I was so pleased that I had managed to record a whole lesson that I somehow posted a link that only worked on my log in. I promise that I will get better!
It is Friday today and if we were in school that would mean that we would see Madame Elena. You will be very pleased to hear that you will get to see Madame Elena today for a French lesson. It is very exciting and all you have to do is click on the link below:
The resources for the lesson can be found be clicking here.
For English today, we are going to follow BBC Bitesize (June 9th) to practise using dictionaries. The link is below:
In Maths we are going to revise 2D and 3D shapes using the link below:
If you would like an extension, there are three challenges below:
Thursday 11th June
Good morning year 3. Thank you for sending me your story writing. The ones that I have read so far have been excellent and I am hoping to share some of them with you next week. In English today we are going to be looking at prefixes. The link to the lesson is below:
You should also be able to find the sheets by clicking here.
In Maths we are going to be learning about symmetry and the link to the lesson identifying lines of symmetry in 2D shapes is below:
Wednesday 10th June
If you are happy with your story, and you would like some work to do today, you can find a reading comprehension on Twinkl if you search 'LKS2 The Wright Brothers Reading Comprehension'.
In Maths, we are going to look at the properties of 3D shapes. Please find the lesson by clicking below:
Tuesday 9th June
Good morning year 3.I hope that you are all well. We have almost come to the end of our English unit on story writing. Today and tomorrow we are going to work on writing our stories. There are some ideas on page 20 of the booklet to get you started and there is a must, should, could success criteria below - like the ones we use in class.
MUST - You must make sure that all of your capital letters and full stops are correct.
SHOULD - You should be using prepositional phrases like the ones that you have been practising.
COULD - You could include speech. Remember that the punctuation needs to go inside your speech marks.
Please send me copies of your stories when you have completed them and I will try and have a go at reading some of them out and posting them here. Remember, you have two days to write your stories.
In Maths we are going to continue learning about 2D shapes. Today we are going to be looking at drawing 2D shapes.
There are some additional challenges here if you would like to have a go.
Monday 8th June
Hello year 3. I hope that you had a good weekend despite the weather! This week, all of the teachers are having a go at recording ourselves introducing some activities for you. These clips can be found at the links with screencast-o-matic included. My first attempt can be found below. As I'm sure you can tell, this isn't something that I would normally do but I'm hoping that with practise I will get better!
In Maths this week we are going to be learning about 2D and 3D shapes. We are going to follow the sequence of lessons for the week beginning the 1st of June on Oak National Academy. The first lesson is on the properties of 2D shapes and the link can be found below:
I will post additional challenges as the week goes on but please let me know how you are finding these lessons.
In English, we are coming to the end of our unit on story writing. Today, we are going to plan our own stories. Read pages 16, 17 and 18 of the booklet to help you with ideas and then use the template on page 19 to plan your own story. (We will spend Tuesday and Wednesday writing our stories).