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WB 30th March Year 3 Timetable

 
 

Monday 30th March

Tuesday 31st March

Wednesday 1st April

Thursday 2nd April

Friday 3rd April

9.00

Joe Wicks Workout

Joe Wicks Workout

Joe Wicks Workout

Joe Wicks Workout

Joe Wicks Workout

9.30 – 10.30

Equivalent Fractions and look at MyMaths

TT Rockstars

 

Google Classroom

English and Maths Links on School Website

 

Last week Miss Bullock and I asked you to do some research about living near volcanoes and to find out what the advantages and disadvantages are.

 

Imagine you are living in Sicily, near to Mount Etna. You need to write to a friend and inform them about the benefits (advantages) of living near a volcano.

 

You will need to include:

- Geographical vocabulary and powerful adjectives to describe the volcano.

- At least three advantages of living near a volcano.

 

Miss Bullock and I will be paying close attention to your understanding of the topic, however we would also like to see you use some writing features we have been looking at in our English lessons.

 

- Time connectives (Firstly, secondly, thirdly, finally)

- Paragraphs. Start a new paragraph for each of the three reasons!

- Expanded noun phrases (Example: "Mount Etna is an impressive, enormous volcano")

- Powerful adjectives.

 

CHALLENGE: Can you include a rhetorical question and a subordinate clause?

 

Remember writing is a PROCESS.

The first step is to PLAN. It will be useful if you write down your reasons, useful vocabulary and facts that you want to include before you start writing.

 

You can write this in your pink books and take a picture, you can type your letter up as a document by clicking on the 9 dots and pressing 'Docs' or you can email your work to your class email address.

 

I will add a template and a word mat to help you but don't forget to go back to the websites, videos and PowerPoint that Miss Bullock and I linked last week.

Equivalent Fractions and look at MyMaths

TT Rockstars

 

Google Classroom

English and Maths Links on School Website

Can you solve these fraction word problems?

Tim had 6 marbles. He lost half of them. How may does Tim have left?  

 

Jen had 12 Lego bricks. She used half to build a house.  How many did she use?  

 

The farmer has 8 animals. ½ of them are pigs. How many pigs are there?  

 

Sam had 6 pencils. He gave Jake ½. How many does Sam have left? 

 

Liz had 10 chocolates. She ate ½. How many are left?  

 

Tom has 12 stickers. He gave his sister ½. How many stickers does his sister have?  

 

Joe has 8 slices of pizza. He shares ½ with Ashley. How many slices do they have each?  

 

Jim kicks 8 footballs. ½ go into the net. How many goals did he score?  

 

Zoe has 14p in her purse. She spends ½ on sweets. How much money does she have left?  

 

Emma bakes 12 cookies. She eats ¼ of them. How many does she eat? 

 

Tom finds 16 acorns outside. He gives ¼ to Anna. How many does Anna get?  

 

There were 20 stars in the galaxy. An alien zapped ¼ away. How many did he zap away?  

 

There were 8 flowers in the garden. ¼ were blue. How many were blue?  

 

The pet shop has 12 animals. ¼ are rabbits. How many rabbits are there?  

 

Abi sees 16 animals in the zoo. ¼ were monkeys. How many monkeys did she see?  

 

Look at the 'Helpful Facts' page on Google Classroom and watch this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTce7f6KGE0

Equivalent Fractions and look at MyMaths

TT Rockstars

 

Google Classroom

English and Maths Links on School Website

Add up these numbers using the complements to 20

A.   3 7 5 5

 

B.   6 7 4 3

 

C.   5 9 1 5

 

D.   2 6 8 4

 

E.   1 7 9 3

 

F.   12 5 8 5

 

G.   9 1 9 11

 

H.   15 5 8 2

 

I.   8 7 12  3

 

J.  13 7 9 1

 

Barney the Owl has done the following calculations in a hurry. Put a tick next to the calculations that add up to 100.

 
  1.    12 + 78 = 100

  2.    15 + 65 = 100

  3.    16 + 74 = 100

  4.    85 + 15 = 100

  5.    24 + 67 = 100

  6.    63 + 37 = 100

  7.    47 + 63 = 100

  8.    57 + 43 = 100

  9.    44 + 64 = 100

  10.    24 + 76 = 100

  11.   69 + 31 = 100

  12.   8 + 92 = 100

  13.   9 + 81 = 100

  14.  10 + 90 = 100

  15.  12 + 89 = 100

  16.  13 + 88 = 100

  17.  2 + 97 = 100

  18.  16 + 84 = 100

  19.  20 + 80 = 100

  20.  33 + 67 = 100

  21.  43 + 47 = 100

  22.  18 + 82 = 100

 

Google Classroom

 

 

Equivalent Fractions and look at MyMaths

 

TT Rockstars

 

 

English and Maths Links on School Website

 

 

The World of David Walliams

 

 

Suffixes - adding -ing

 

Watch the Dragon Slayer video.

 

Re-read the legend of Saint George and the Dragon and The Beast with a Thousand Teeth on Wordsmith (access via Bug Club) 

 

These resources will help you to write a description of a beast.

 

If you've done that, you could draw your beast in Purple Mash. 

Type 'Saint George' in the 'Search' box and go to the 'Paint Projects'

 

I know that 3G have already done this but perhaps you could write a description of a different beast.

 

Remember to include powerful adjectives, verbs and adverbs and you might like to write a sentence with a subordinate clause ( it begins with a subordinate conjunction.)

Look at the' I SAW A WABUB' bookmark if you've forgotten what a subordinate conjunction is

 

I'm looking forward to reading the description about your beast. 

 

Coping Calendar

 

 

 

 

 

Equivalent Fractions and look at MyMaths

TT Rockstars

 

Google Classroom

English and Maths Links on School Website

 

RE - Judaism

 

Supermovers

 

Computing

Jess, the reporter, is going behind the scenes of 'Shaun the Sheep The Movie' to get advice from the experts on how to tell great stories on the big screen. There is no dialogue (talking) in this film so one of the challenges the producers face is how to tell the audience what is happening.

 

Watch Behind The Scenes Part 1(03:00 - 04:04) and tell me how the audience know what is happening.

 

There's a challenge for you to answer as well.

 

We have been learning about life during the Iron Age (500 BC to 43AD) in our History lessons.

The Celts is the name that was given to the many tribes in Britain during the Iron Age.

 

What clothes did the Celts wear?

 

What food did the Celts eat?

 

What were their houses made from?

 

Look at these web sites and watch the videos to help answer these questions.

10.30 – 11.00

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

11.00 – 12.00

Reading time. Read class book or any home books or online books.

Access Bug Club and Wordsmith

Reading time. Read class book or any home books or online books.

Access Bug Club and Wordsmith

Reading time. Read class book or any home books or online books.

Access Bug Club and Wordsmith

 

How many words can you make using this image? Click here

Reading time. Read class book or any home books or online books.

Access Bug Club and Wordsmith

Reading time. Read class book or any home books or online books.

Access Bug Club and Wordsmith

12.00 – 1.00

Lunch time

Lunch time

Lunch time

Lunch time

Lunch time

1.30 – 2.00

Topic work - research

Think about when you feel safe, who makes you feel safe and where you are when you feel safe.

 

Write a list of people, places and things that make you feel safe. You might be able to copy and paste some pictures from Swiggle as well.

 

Challenge

Watch the Child Protection Week video where children have painted pictures showing a time when they feel safe and happy.

You could draw/paint a picture showing a time when you feel safe and happy. Take a photograph of your picture and upload it. You could also use 2Paint in Purple Mash.

https://swiggle.org.uk/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6t1XPefwIw


 

Topic work - research

Topic work - research


 

Topic work - research

Topic work - research


 

2.00 – 2.30

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

Break time - walk around

2.30 – 3.00

Creative work - from your research, make a presentation using Google Docs, Slides, Word, PowerPoint, Video

Creative work - from your research, make a presentation using Google Docs, Slides, Word, PowerPoint, Video

Creative work - from your research, make a presentation using Google Docs, Slides, Word, PowerPoint, Video

Creative work - from your research, make a presentation using Google Docs, Slides, Word, PowerPoint, Video

Creative work - from your research, make a presentation using Google Docs, Slides, Word, PowerPoint, Video

 

Please email your teacher if you need login details to any of the school passwords:

3b@lawrence-primary.co.uk

3g@lawrence-primary.co.uk


 
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