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WELCOME TO

YEAR 3

 

2019-2020

To go further than I thought.

To run faster than I hoped.

To reach higher than I dreamed.

To become the person I need to be.

Your teachers are:

 

Mrs. Hodgson

Monday to Wednesday morning 

 

Miss Moores

Wednesday afternoon to Friday

 

Oxford Owl

 

Hello Year 3!

 

We have signed you all up to Oxford Owls - Year 3 now have their own class login!

 

This means that you will be able to read lots of different books, at your level, online!

 

We're sure that you have all finished reading the books you took home at the start of lockdown and some of you may have even returned them to school.  Don't worry - PROBLEM SOLVED!

 

Go to this website:

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 

Click on the 'My Class Login' button, at the top of the page.

 

Username: stmariesyear3

Password:  year3

 

OR

 

Username: Year3stmaries

Password:  reading

 

Next click on 'My Bookshelf', then 'Levels' and after that 'Book Band'.  A list will appear showing all of the available book bands.  Find YOUR book band, click on it and then a large selection of books from that book band will come up.  Choose a book which you would like to read and READ IT!

 

You could even ask somebody to hear you read and write in your Reading Record!

 

ENJOY! laugh

 

Let us know which ones you have chosen - we'd love to hear about them!

 

From,

Mrs Hodgson and Miss Moores

 

 

Week Beginning: Monday 13th July 2020

 

Friday 17th July 2020

 

Hi Year 3,

 

Hope you have had a lovely final week and have enjoyed the work you have been doing!

 

It has been lovely to see so many of you completing the work, with as much care and attention as you would have done if you had been at school!  

 

Thank you!

 

Here are some photographs of what you have been up to!

 

Can you spot your work below?

Week Beginning: Monday 13th July 2020

 

THIS WEEK’S WORK

 

Good morning Year 3!

 

We hope your weekend has been fabulous – and lovely and sunny!

 

The following tasks are for the WHOLE WEEK.  There is an empty timetable attached here, so you can plan out your week carefully.

 

We hope you enjoy this week’s work!

Timetable for Home Learning Tasks - WB: 13.07.20

Remember your daily routine:

  • Start the day with your prayers.
  • Spend 15 minutes practising this week's spellings, set for you on the Spelling Shed website.
  • Read a book.
  • Spend 15 minutes practising your times tables on TT Rockstars.
  • Keep fit and healthy.
  • Use one of the Mindfulness Activity Cards (attached below) and do some daily mindfulness.

Prayers                                                                 

Please start the day with your prayers:

 

Firstly say the Morning Offering and then an Our Father every day.

 

Keeping Fit and Healthy                                         

Remember to do some exercise each day.  There are loads of options for you to choose from online, as lots of people are providing free exercise sessions.  Here are a few examples of some of the things we have been doing:

 

  • GoNoodle is a free website and now a free app.  It has lots of brilliant dance-along songs, yoga videos, mindfulness activities and so much more!  Download the app and try it out!

https://www.gonoodle.com/

  • Oti Mabuse from Strictly Come Dancing has been doing online dance classes, with her husband, Marius.  They have done LOADS of really lovely kids dance classes.  Click on the link below and scroll down a bit to find the kids ones – there’s things like Frozen, Jungle Book, Trolls, The Greatest Showman, Shrek, Mary Poppins, as well as lots of others!  They’re about 30 minutes long and are fab. Have a go!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC58aowNEXHHnflR_5YTtP4g 

  • Oti Mabuse is also doing a new dancing programme on CBeebies, called Oti’s Boogie Beebies.  The programme is on CBeebies at 8:30am every weekday, but they are all also on iPlayer.  Here is the link.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/m000jsds/otis-boogie-beebies 

  • Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, is doing daily 30 minute workouts.  They’re hard work, but fun!  Give it a go!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

  • Cosmic Yoga – Jaime is a yoga instructor and she teaches yoga, whilst story telling!  Click on the link below and scroll down a bit to find them all.  There are loads to choose from and they are brilliant! Try one.

​​​​​​​https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga 

  • Andy from CBBC is doing some Wild Workouts.  They are much easier than Joe Wicks, but worth taking a look at if you are having a tired day!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/p06tmmvz/andys-wild-workouts 

  • Stuart has been setting P.E. Challenges each week – check it out!

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkD37J7Y_BtIYZd4ZcG5osA 

Collective Worship                                                         

One day this week I would like you to start the day by taking part in this Family Liturgy.  Ask the members of your family to gather with you and all do it together!

 

https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/primary-subscription/prayers-for-home/sunday-liturgy-for-families/

English                                                                     

  • Reading

You will be finishing your Serial Mash book on Purple MashBeth and the Nile’.

Please read Chapter 6 and Chapter 7 and do the two quizzes I have set as 2Dos.

REMEMBER you have 15 minutes to answer the questions!  PLEASE DO NOT RUSH – it’s not a race.  I’d much rather you answer more questions correctly than quickly!

  • eBook

I have attached a new eBook, called ‘Rainforest Calling’.

Please read the eBook – it’s a lovely book, but is quite long so take your time!  You can even carry it over to the holidays, if you like!  ENJOY!

  • Comprehension

This month is Plastic Free July.  Plastic Free July takes place all over the world and it helps millions and millions of people to help to solve the problem of plastic pollution.  Visit this website to find out more!

https://www.plasticfreejuly.org/

This week you are going to complete a comprehension all about Plastic Pollution.

Complete the comprehension below, titled ‘Comprehension – Plastic Pollution’.

Choose which level you normally do, read the text and answer the questions.  Remember to answer using full sentences.

Remember not to peek at the answers until it is time to check your work! wink

Grammar

Read the information and watch the video below to remind yourself of how to use speech marks (inverted commas) – this will help you with Section 3 on the SPaG mat:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7s6t39 

Complete the Grammar Mat below (SPaG Activity Mat 6), which has a variety of grammar, punctuation and spelling questions.  Choose which level you would like to attempt and NO PEEKING at the answers! wink

Once you have completed the Grammar Mat, watch the second video and complete the activities on this website:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7s6t39 

There are four activities to do.  I would like you to complete Activity 1 and Activity 2 and if you choose you can do Activity 3 and Activity 4 (but you don’t have to do these if you don’t want to!).

  • Spellings

Your spellings have been set on Spelling Shed – please practise these throughout the week.

Miss Moores’ Group – please write a sentence for each of your spelling words, then complete a spelling test out of 10.

Miss Hopkinson's Group – please choose 5 of your spelling words to write 5 sentences, then ask an adult to test you on 5 of your words.

  • Writing

Your writing task this week is linked to your comprehension task. Please complete your comprehension first.

For your writing this week, I will be setting you a few activities.

Your first tasks are set for the first half of the week, and the final tasks will be set on Thursday to be completed as your final Friday Big Write of Year 3!

 

Task 1: After completing your comprehension task, you should have some improved knoweldge of what plastic pollution is. 

I would now like you to read the plastic pollution discussion cards and consider the different points of view about using plastic. If you can, have a discussion with a family member or friend about these points of view, which one do you agree with?

Your next challenge is to complete some notes on the positive / negative effects of using plastic on the activity sheet below. 

Finally, can you create a poster to advise how we could reduce our use of plastic to help the environment. 

Task 3 - Your final task is to write a newspaper report about use of plastic in your local area. Think about the 3 plastics you wrote about and the poster you created yesterday. How can we reduce, reuse and recycle more in our local area? Should we ban some use of some plastics? Tell me your thoughts but writing as a journalist on the newspaper template attached below. 

Remember to start with a catchy headline.

Use rhetorical questions to catch the readers attention.

Use some of the vocabulary and ideas on your planning sheet from yesterday.

eBook - Rainforest Calling

Maths                                                               

Please use the following video links to access four of the Maths lessons this week.

 

1. Compare Capacity

https://vimeo.com/436505126 

2. Add and Subtract Capacity

https://vimeo.com/436505258 

3. Pictograms

https://vimeo.com/436505440 

4. Bar Charts

https://vimeo.com/436505583 

 

Attached below are the four related worksheets.  Have a go at answering the questions in your Home Learning book.  Start at question 1 and work through them.  They get trickier as you go on, but do your best.  If they get just too hard for you, then don’t worry – BUT don’t give up too easily!

 

The answers are attached as well, but make sure you don’t peek! wink

 

5. The Maths Challenge

This week's Family Maths Challenge is a bit different - it's a quiz!  Click on the link below:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zwpn2v4 

 

There is also a lovely certificate you can fill in to show how many you completed!

 

Times Tables

 

Please continue with your timetables practise at home EVERY DAY.  Remember you must be learning them in order and also by recalling the facts in a mixed up order, as quickly as possible.  Times Tables Rock Stars is brilliant for this! 

 

Also use Hit the Button - this is fab too!

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

 

If you still have a copy of your Speed Times Table Test, have a go at completing it in 2 minutes.  Your challenge is to get full marks!  If you haven't, ask someone in your family to test you on the times table you are currently working on.  Remember, the challenge is to get 24/24 in 2 minutes.  Email us your scores!  Good luck!

Maths Lesson 1 - Compare Capacity (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 2 - Add and Subtract Capacity (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 3 - Pictograms (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 4 - Bar Charts (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 5 - Family Maths Challenge

Click on the link below to complete the Friday challenge online.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

 

Once completed print yourself a certificate off and email your score to one of your teachers

Well done!

R.E.                                                                           

Hinduism

 

This week we are going to learn about a different religion – HINDUISM.

 

Firstly, please go onto the following website and watch the videos – there are five of them in total.  They are all about Hinduism, from the perspective of children and are full of new and interesting facts and information!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02n5wvr 

 

Next I would like you to read the information below (Information – An Introduction to Hinduism) and then complete the activities (Activities – An Introduction to Hinduism).

After that, I would like you to research countries around the world where Hinduism is one of the main religions and then find and colour these countries on the World Map – Hindu Countries Around the World.

Work through the PowerPoint – Hindu Holy Books, reading all the information and the complete the Activity – Hindu Holy Books.

Work through the two PowerPoints – PowerPoint 1 – Hindu Gods and PowerPoint 2 – Hindu Gods and Main Beliefs, reading all the information and the complete the activities attached below – Activity 1 – Hindu Gods, Activity 2 – Hindu Gods and Activity 3 – Main Beliefs.

Science                                                              

This week we will learn all about shadows!

 

Before we start, do you know how shadows are formed?

Hopefully we have some sunny weather this week. If the sun is shining will we see more or less shadows and why? Would the shadows be smaller or bigger?

 

Let's find out! 

 

If you can explore this on a walk / going outside and making observations before clicking on the lesson below. Once you have done this it's time to learn a few facts... 

 

This is PART 1 of a 3 part science lesson this week. I will upload Part 2 on Wednesday and Part 3 on Friday! Try to complete this activity before Wednesday if you can. If not, don't worry, just complete the tasks in order.

 

Have you ever thought about the size of your shadow? Have you ever measured it?

It's not very sunny today (Wednesday) but the weather should improve tomorrow if you want to have a go at this.

Take a piece of chalk and mark a spot to stand on. Get someone in your family to draw around your shadow (or you draw around theirs).

Next, return to that same spot at 2 different times in the day and draw again. E.g. 10am, 12pm and 3pm... what do you notice?

You could take pictures and send them to me by email if you like! 

 

Now for the lesson: 

Work through the powerpoint above, on changing shadows. Then have a go at completing the comic strip planning and the results sheet. Have fun!

Part 3

Your final science task this week is to design a poster to advertise Sun Safety 🌞 

 

Work through the power point lesson then design a poster.

 

Finally, over the summer holidays, please take the advise from this lesson and stay safe  in the sun🌞 (when we have some 😉).

Geography                                                                 

We have done lots of work about Europe this half term and last week we looked at different European landmarks. 

Which ones can you spot and remember from last week?

I would like you to choose one EUROPEAN LANDMARK and research it thoroughly.  Then I would like you to complete a Fact File on the landmark you have chosen.

 

Below I have attached the two PowerPoints from last week as a reminder and even a starting point.  I have also included the useful links from last week to help you with your research.

 

https://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/europe-facts.html

https://kids.kiddle.co/Landmarks - if you scroll down to EUROPE on this website, then a massive list is there!

https://www.ducksters.com/geography/europe.php

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/earth/continents/europe/

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/geography/countries/facts-about-france/

 

Don’t forget ... if you go onto Google Maps, then you can actually ‘visit’ these places from home!  Have a go – it’s great!  Click on the website below and just type where you would like to ‘go’ into the Google Maps search bar and then click on Satellite at the bottom of the page and you will get proper images of the places!

 

https://www.google.co.uk/maps

Design and Technology                                         

This is linked to your Geography work.

 

For your Design and Technology activity this week, I would like you to make your own European landmark.  It can be the one you completed your fact file on (for Geography) or a different one entirely – the choice is yours!

 

Use anything you have to hand (check with your grown-ups first) – I can’t wait to see your creations!

 

Once you have completed your model, then please do the evaluation sheet below.

Art                                                                       

It’s going to be a wet week this week – the perfect time to try some rainy art!

 

Look at the attached file below called ‘Outdoor Art – Bubble, Bubble, Bubble, Pop!  Complete at least one of the activities, using bubbles.  You might enjoy it so much that you may wish to complete more!

Outdoor Art - Bubble, Bubble, Bubble, Pop!

Music                                                                       

Mrs Hypolite has sent some Music tasks for this week.  Please see the attachment below.  ENJOY!

 

Follow the BBC Ten Pieces link:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/ten-pieces-at-home/zjy3382 

 

Scroll down to the bottom and complete this activity:

Week Seven: Illustration inspired by Stravinsky's 'The Firebird'

Mrs Hypolite's Music

French                                                                       

Please complete the activities below set by Madam Schofield.

End-of-year French quiz!

 

Complete the French quiz below and see how much you score! You are allowed to research the answers you are not sure of!

 

Next: A fun song for the holidays!

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BGI7juRwaw (You'll like it, Nicolò!😉)

 

Bonnes vacances à tous! 😎

Wellbeing                                                       

Create a Wellbeing Journal!

 

I have attached a journal page for each day – these will help you to plan for and reflect on the day.

Mindfulness                                                             

Here are the Mindfulness Activity Cards again.  They are lovely, simple and relaxing activities.  Choose one to do each day – I have added it onto your daily activities!

Mindfulness Activity Cards

EXTRA ACTIVITIES – if you fancy doing them!      

 

Mindfulness Colouring

 

Attached below are some lovely Mindfulness Colouring Sheets.  They are really relaxing to do and if you get the chance, sit somewhere nice and quiet and have a go at one of them!

Origami Lotus Flower

 

This links to this week’s R.E. work – the Lotus Flower is very important to Hindu people.

 

Here is how to make an origami lotus flower – there is a video or an instruction sheet to follow.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ig48H2G_oiU 

Mystery Game

 

Here is a mystery game for you to solve!  Have a go!

Puzzle Pack

 

Here are a wide range of different puzzles, if you fancy trying some of them!

CBBC – The 6 Badges of Summer

 

Have a look at this:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/six-badges-of-summer 

 

This will definitely keep you busy over the summer holidays!

CBBC - The 6 Badges of Summer

Week Beginning: Monday 6th July 2020

 

Friday 10th July 2020

 

Hi Year 3,

 

We hope you have had a lovely week, despite the rainy weather and have enjoyed doing your work.

 

Well done to all those children who are completing the activities we are setting for you!  We have received some fantastic pictures of your work and have enjoyed looking at them very much!  Thank you.

 

Here are some photographs of what you have been up to!

 

Have a wonderful weekend and take care!

 

Can you spot your work below?

More leaf 🍃 art

Week Beginning: Monday 6th July 2020

 

THIS WEEK’S WORK

 

Good morning Year 3!

 

Have you had a lovely weekend?

 

The following tasks are for the WHOLE WEEK.  There is an empty timetable attached here, so you can plan out your week carefully.

 

We hope you enjoy this week’s work!

Timetable for Home Learning Tasks - WB: 06.07.20

Remember your daily routine:

  • Start the day with your prayers.
  • Spend 15 minutes practising this week's spellings, set for you on the Spelling Shed website.
  • Read a book.
  • Spend 15 minutes practising your times tables on TT Rockstars.
  • Keep fit and healthy.
  • Use one of the Mindfulness Activity Cards (attached below) and do some daily mindfulness.

​​​​​​​

 

Prayers                                                     

Please start the day with your prayers:

 

Firstly say the Morning Offering and then a Hail Mary every day.

 

Keeping Fit and Healthy                              

Remember to do some exercise each day.  There are loads of options for you to choose from online, as lots of people are providing free exercise sessions.  Here are a few examples of some of the things we have been doing:

 

  • GoNoodle is a free website and now a free app.  It has lots of brilliant dance-along songs, yoga videos, mindfulness activities and so much more!  Download the app and try it out!

https://www.gonoodle.com/ 

  • Oti Mabuse from Strictly Come Dancing has been doing online dance classes, with her husband, Marius.  They have done LOADS of really lovely kids dance classes.  Click on the link below and scroll down a bit to find the kids ones – there’s things like Frozen, Jungle Book, Trolls, The Greatest Showman, Shrek, Mary Poppins, as well as lots of others!  They’re about 30 minutes long and are fab. Have a go!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC58aowNEXHHnflR_5YTtP4g 

  • Oti Mabuse is also doing a new dancing programme on CBeebies, called Oti’s Boogie Beebies.  The programme is on CBeebies at 8:30am every weekday, but they are all also on iPlayer.  Here is the link:

​​​​​​​https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/m000jsds/otis-boogie-beebies 

  • Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, is doing daily 30 minute workouts.  They’re hard work, but fun!  Give it a go!

​​​​​​​https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

  • Cosmic Yoga – Jaime is a yoga instructor and she teaches yoga, whilst story telling!  Click on the link below and scroll down a bit to find them all.  There are loads to choose from and they are brilliant! Try one!

​​​​​​​https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga 

  • Andy from CBBC is doing some Wild Workouts.  They are much easier than Joe Wicks, but worth taking a look at if you are having a tired day!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/p06tmmvz/andys-wild-workouts 

  • Stuart has been setting P.E. Challenges each week – check it out!

​​​​​​​https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkD37J7Y_BtIYZd4ZcG5osA 

Collective Worship                                                                                                        

One day this week I would like you to start the day by taking part in this Family Liturgy.  Ask the members of your family to gather with you and all do it together!

 

https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/primary-subscription/prayers-for-home/sunday-liturgy-for-families/ 

 

There are also some lovely Daily Prayers for Home.  Click on the link below:

 

https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/primary-subscription/prayers-for-home/homeprayer-2020-07-06/ 

 

On the right-hand side of the page are all the dates for the week.  Choose the corresponding day and work through the slides!

English                                                                 

Reading

You will be continuing with your Serial Mash book on Purple MashBeth and the Nile’.

Please read Chapter 3, Chapter 4 and Chapter 5 and do the three quizzes I have set as 2Dos.

REMEMBER you have 15 minutes to answer the questions!  PLEASE DO NOT RUSH – it’s not a race.  I’d much rather you answer more questions correctly than quickly!

eBook

I have re-attached the eBook from last week, called ‘The Curse of Cogston House’.

Please read the eBook – it’s quite long so you can do this over the week.  There are two different endings – the ending I would like you to read starts on page 34 and is called ‘The Boys Escape’ – YOU DO NOT HAVE TO READ THE OTHER ENDING!

Comprehension

This week you are going to complete a comprehension all about bees!

I have been inspired by Ethan to set this work.  He emailed me on Purple Mash a couple of weeks ago, with a lovely story about how he and his sister saved a poorly bee!  They found a bee in their garden, which they thought looked poorly so they gave it some sugar water to help it.  After a while, the bee flew off, feeling much better after drinking the sugar water – they saved its life!

From these comprehensions, you will see how important bees are to the environment and what an important job Ethan and Imogen did!  Brilliant you two – REALLY looking after God’s creatures!  I’m so proud of you.  Also, thank you for sharing this story – it really made me smile!

Before the summer holidays start, I will put some ideas and activities of things you can do in your own garden / outside to help the bees, other minibeasts and the environment!  Have a go – they will keep you busy and help the environment too – everybody wins!

I would like:

The Twits and Fantastic Mr Fox groups to do the comprehension titled ‘Comprehension – The Plight of the Bee’.

Willy Wonka, George and Enormous Crocodile groups to do the comprehension titled ‘Comprehension – All about Honeybees’.

Remember to answer using full sentences.

Grammar

Read the information and watch the video below to remind yourself of how to use apostrophes for contraction – this will help you with Section 5 on the SPaG mat:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4p2mfr 

Complete the Grammar Mat below (SPaG Activity Mat 5), which has a variety of grammar, punctuation and spelling questions.  Choose which level you would like to attempt and NO PEEKING at the answers! wink

Once you have completed the Grammar Mat, watch the second video and complete the activities on this website:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4p2mfr 

There are four activities to do.  I would like you to complete Activity 1 and Activity 2 and if you choose you can do Activity 3 and Activity 4 (but you don’t have to do these if you don’t want to!).

Spellings

Your spellings have been set on Spelling Shed – please practise these throughout the week.

Miss Moores’ Group – please write a sentence for each of your spelling words, then complete a spelling test out of 10.

Miss Hopkinson's Group – please choose 5 of your spelling words to write 5 sentences, then ask an adult to test you on 5 of your words.

Writing

Your writing task this week is linked to your ebook 'The Curse of Cogston House'.

For your writing this week I would like you to choose your own tasks from the activities below. Please complete 2 of the tasks. One on Thursday and one on Friday. Email me to let me know which ones you have chosen, or attach your work so that I can put some super examples on our class page next week! 😁

Amelia's Poem

eBook - The Curse of Cogston House

Miss Hopkinson's group spellings

Maths                                                                    

Please use the following video links to access four of the Maths lessons this week.

 

1. Measure Mass

https://vimeo.com/434622854 

2. Compare Mass

https://vimeo.com/434622998  

3. Add and Subtract Mass

https://vimeo.com/434623103 

4. Measure Capacity

https://vimeo.com/434623253 

 

Attached below are the four related worksheets.  Have a go at answering the questions in your Home Learning book.  Start at question 1 and work through them.  They get trickier as you go on, but do your best.  If they get just too hard for you, then don’t worry – BUT don’t give up too easily!

 

The answers are attached as well, but make sure you don’t peek! wink

 

5. The Maths Challenge

This week's Family Maths Challenges are attached below.

Definitely have a go at questions 1-4, but you can carry on and try as many as you like - they're really good fun!

The answers are attached below too - BUT NO PEEKING! wink

There is also a lovely certificate you can fill in to show how many you completed!

Maths Lesson 1 - Measure Mass (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 2 - Compare Mass (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 3 - Add and Subtract Mass (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 4 - Measure Capacity (Questions and Answers)

Complete as many challenges as you can with a family member. Only check the answers when you have finished! 

There is a certificate attached if you complete them all well, print it off and be proud!

 

Have a lovely weekend everybody 😁

Times Tables

 

Please continue with your timetables practise at home.  Remember you must be learning them in order and then practising recalling the facts in a mixed up order, as quickly as you can.  Timestables Rockstar is really good for this! 

 

If you still have a copy of your speed times table test, have a go at completing it in 2 minutes.  Your challenge is to get full marks!  If you haven't, ask someone in your family to test you on the times table you are currently working on.  Remember, the challenge is to get 24/24 in 2 minutes.  Email me your scores! Good luck! 

R.E.                                                                           

Special Places

                                                                                                          

This week we are going to learn about Special Places.

 

Special Places for Jesus

 

Please think about and then answer these questions in your Home Learning book.

 

  • What is a special place?
  • What special places do you have?
  • Are they special to everybody or just you?
  • Why are they special?

 

Next we are going to look at Jesus’ special places.  What might these be?

 

Look at the map below.  On the map you can see the UK in red – this is where we live, remember.  The other red country on the map is Israel – this is where Jesus was born, grew up, lived and died.

World Map Showing the UK and Israel

Work through the PowerPoint – Special Places for Jesus, reading all the information and answering the questions.

 

These are the Bible references in the PowerPoint – Special Places for Jesus, if you wanted to look them up in your Bible or find them on the internet.  Then you can read the stories to remind yourselves of what happens in each of them – you could read one each night, at bedtime!

 

  • Luke 2: 11 – Bethlehem
  • Matthew 2: 23 – Nazareth
  • Luke 2: 41, 46 – Jerusalem
  • Mark 1: 9 – The River Jordan
  • Matthew 5: 1−2 – The Hills Around the Sea of Galilee

 

Did you know, that it is possible today, to visit many of the places associated with the life of Jesus?  They are in, what we call, The Holy Land.  Have you or anybody you know ever been?

 

Please think about and then answer these questions in your Home Learning book.

 

  • Where were the special places for Jesus?
  • Why were they special?
  • Why do you think some of these places are still special and holy today?
  • Why are these places so special for Christians today?

 

Now I would like you to complete the two activities below – the Map Activity – Special Places for Jesus and the Matching Activity – Special Places for Jesus.  Use what you can remember from the PowerPoint and from reading the stories in your Bible / on the internet.  You may refer back to the PowerPoint if you need to remind yourself.  There is also a Map of Israel below to help you to label your own map.  When completing the matching activity, I would like you to please order the events in chronological order when you are either sticking them down or writing them out.

Map pf Israel

PowerPoint - Special Places for Jesus

Special Places of Worship

 

Now we are going to learn about special places of worship for different faiths.

 

  • As a Catholic, where do you go to worship God?
  • As a Muslim, where do you go to worship God?

 

In the following PowerPoints, there are six different places of worship, for six different religions.  Have a look at what they are.  Did you already know any?

 

On PowerPoint 1, remember to answer the questions on Slide 9.

On PowerPoint 2, remember to do the task on Slide 8.

Complete the Activity Sheet – Places of Worship, attached below.

Activity - Places of Worship

Next week, we are going to look at one of these faiths in much more detail – but I’m not going to tell you which one!  You’ll have to wait until next week to find out! laugh

Science                                                                          

 

For your Science this week, we will continue our unit on Light. Follow the link below to recap what we have done so far.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d7yTlp4gBTI&feature=emb_title&time_continue=3

 

This week we will be learning about translucent, transparent and opaque objects and how light works differently with different objects. Follow the link below to work through the powerpoint  and complete the quiz.

Once you have watched both powerpoints have a go at the following tasks:

1. Complete the sorting activity - transparent, opaque or translucent.

Add some of your own examples from around the home, classroom or garden.

2. Complete the light and shadows writing task, either in your blue books or fill in the gaps on the sheet if you are able to print off. 

 

Geography                                                                  

European Landmarks

 

We have done lots of work about Europe this half term and we are going to continue the topic this week by looking at and learning about European landmarks!

 

A reminder ...

Map of Europe

What is a landmark?

 

A landmark is something that stands out in an area.  It could be a building, a bridge, a lake or river, a sculpture or something else.  These places might be special because they are big, nice to look at or really old.

 

A landmark makes a place recognisable.  This means you could look at a picture of a landmark and know straight away where it is.

 

Across the world, there are many famous landmarks.  Here are a few of the landmarks I have been to.

 

  • Do you know what and where they are?
  • Which famous landmarks around the world have you visited?

UK

Europe

The Wider World

UK

Europe

This week we are going to look at some of the most well known landmarks in Europe!

  • Do you know any famous landmarks in Europe?
  • Have you ever visited any famous landmarks in Europe?
  • What country were they in?
  • Did you enjoy visiting them?  Why / why not?

 

Below I have attached two PowerPoints.  Work your way through them, reading all of the information and answering the questions.  On the Go Jetters one, there are loads of fantastic links for extra information – make sure you click on them all!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/pshe-eyfs-ks1-go-jetters-continent-of-europe/zvsd47h

 

I would like to you do the two matching activities below (there are some different landmarks on each document).  In order to be able to complete the activity, you must do your own research on the famous European landmarks.  I have attached two documents of photographs, titled Photographs 1 – European Landmarks and Photographs 2 – European Landmarks to help you.

 

Here are some handy websites too.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/pshe-eyfs-ks1-go-jetters-continent-of-europe/zvsd47h

https://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/europe-facts.html 

https://kids.kiddle.co/Landmarks - if you scroll down to EUROPE on this website, then a massive list is there!

https://www.ducksters.com/geography/europe.php 

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/earth/continents/europe/ 

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/geography/countries/facts-about-france/ 

 

If you go onto Google Maps, then you can actually ‘visit’ these places from home!  Have a go – it’s great!  Click on the website below and just type where you would like to ‘go’ into the Google Maps search bar and then click on Satellite at the bottom of the page and you will get proper images of the places!

 

https://www.google.co.uk/maps 

Have a go at this quiz!  How did you do?  Why don’t you have a competition with the members of your family – who will win?

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/quizzes/european-landmarks-quiz 

 

I have attached some extra activities below, for fun and extra practise – I hope you enjoy them!

Design and Technology                                           

 

YOU’LL NEED A GROWN UP TO HELP YOU WITH THIS ONE!

 

Make your own Honey Biscuits, using the recipe attached below.  I’m going to have a go at baking these too, on Friday – I’ll put my pictures on the website if you send me yours! J

 

When you have made and tasted them, complete the Baking Evaluation sheet to tell me all about your baking experience!

Art                                                                                      

The weather looks a bit mixed this week - so you can collect the leaves you need when it's sunny and do the art work indoors when it's raining.

 

Look at the attached file below called ‘Outdoor Art – Take One Leaf.  Complete at least one of the activities, using leaves.  You might enjoy it so much that you may wish to complete more!

Outdoor Art - Take One Leaf

Music                                                                          

Mrs Hypolite has sent some Music tasks for this week, all about Space.  Please see the attachment below.  ENJOY!

 

Follow the BBC Ten Pieces link:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/ten-pieces-at-home/zjy3382 

 

Scroll down to the bottom and complete this activity:

Week Five: Things are Getting Dramatic 

Mrs Hypolite's Music

French                                                                       

Please complete the activities below set by Madam Schofield.

Eating in France / snacks

 

You can learn about some of the most traditional French foods on this page:

https://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/food-in-france.html 

 

Which foods did you already know about? Which do you prefer? Can you research what "cassoulet" and "croque monsieur" are? What types of English food do these remind you of?

 

Complete this worksheet on French snacks. Most foods will be easy for you to recognise, but you may need to check a few answers in a dictionary or online. Be careful not to mix up "des frites" and "des chips"

 

To order food and drink, you can often simply say the name of food, and add "please" ("s'il vous plaît" in French), for example: "Une pizza, s'il vous plaît!". Practice how you would order the foods on the worksheet one by one in this way

Computing

 

Just for fun! Have a go at complete the '2go' 2Do set.  You can choose any / as many of the activities set under the 2Do.  In completing these tasks you will be practising giving and following instructions within a computing tool setting whilst having fun!  Set yourself challenges.

 

e.g. Can you reach every flower in less than 10 moves?

Wellbeing                                                                   

We are always thinking and focussing on being kind to others ... but how can we be kind to ourselves?

 

Complete the activity below, thinking about how you can be kind to yourself!

Mindfulness                                                               

Here are the Mindfulness Activity Cards again.  They are lovely, simple and relaxing activities.  Choose one to do each day - I've added it to your Daily Routine.

Mindfulness Activity Cards

JUST FOR FUN – if you fancy doing them!   

Mindfulness Colouring

 

Attached below are some lovely Minibeast Mindfulness Colouring Sheets.  They are really relaxing to do and if you get the chance, sit somewhere nice and quiet and have a go at one of them!

Emoji Code Breaker

 

Below there is a fun Emoji Maths Code Breaker.  How are your column addition and column subtraction skills – test them here!  No peeking at the answers until you are done! wink

Origami Insects

 

Go onto the website below and choose an origami insect to make from paper.  I’m going to make the bee first!  Which one will you make?

 

http://make-origami.com/origami-insects/ 

Origami Bookmarks

 

Here are some instructions and ideas for making your own origami corner bookmarks.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEwl0fvqo18  

 

https://www.redtedart.com/corner-bookmarks-designs/ 

Origami Bookmark Instructions

These are SO cute and I can’t wait to have a go!  I think I’m going to make the bee first and then the hedgehog!  Which ones are you going to make?

CBBC – The 6 Badges of Summer

 

Have a look at this:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/six-badges-of-summer 

 

This will definitely keep you busy over the summer holidays!

CBBC - The 6 Badges of Summer

Week Beginning: Monday 29th June 2020

Friday 3rd July 2020

 

Hello Year 3,

 

We hope you are all OK and have been enjoying the work we have been setting for you.

 

Once again, well done to all of those children who have been emailing their work to us - it's been fantastic to see what you have been up to at home.

 

It would be lovely to receive work from even more of you though, so if you have not sent us anything yet, then make sure you try to next week - we're looking forward to hearing from you! laugh

 

Here are some examples of this week's amazing work!

 

Thank you Year 3!

Can you spot your work below?

Thursday 2nd July 2020

 

The Year 3 / 4 key worker group had fun this afternoon, drawing Olaf! 

 

Have a look at our work and have a go at it yourself!  We followed the lesson link below:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SkDXPcAWRH8

Our Olafs! ☃️

Week Beginning: Monday 29th June 2020

 

THIS WEEK'S WORK

 

Good morning Year 3!

 

We hope you had a lovely weekend!

 

The following tasks are for the WHOLE WEEK.  There is an empty timetable attached below, so you can plan out your week carefully.

 

We hope you enjoy this week’s work!

Timetable for Home Learning Tasks - WB: 29.06.20

 

 

Remember your daily routine:

  • Start the day with your prayers.
  • Spend 15 minutes practising this week's spellings, set for you on the Spelling Shed website.
  • Read a book.
  • Spend 15 minutes practising your times tables on TT Rockstars.
  • Keep fit and healthy.

 

Prayers                                                                     

Please start the day with your prayers:

 

Firstly say the Morning Offering and then Oh, Sacred Heart of Jesus (on Monday and Tuesday only).

 

Oh, Sacred Heart of Jesus,

I place all my trust in You.

Oh, Sacred Heart of Jesus,

I place all my trust in You.

Oh, Sacred Heart of Jesus,

I place all my trust in You.

 

Then on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, say the Morning Offering and a Hail Mary.

 

Keeping Fit and Healthy                                            

 

Remember to do some exercise each day.  There are loads of options for you to choose from online, as lots of people are providing free exercise sessions.  Here are a few examples of some of the things we have been doing:

 

  • GoNoodle is a free website and now a free app.  It has lots of brilliant dance-along songs, yoga videos, mindfulness activities and so much more!  Download the app and try it out!

https://www.gonoodle.com/ 

  • Oti Mabuse from Strictly Come Dancing has been doing online dance classes, with her husband, Marius.  They have done LOADS of really lovely kids dance classes.  Click on the link below and scroll down a bit to find the kids ones – there’s things like Frozen, Jungle Book, Trolls, The Greatest Showman, Shrek, Mary Poppins, as well as lots of others!  They’re about 30 minutes long and are fab. Have a go!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC58aowNEXHHnflR_5YTtP4g 

  • Oti Mabuse is also doing a new dancing programme on CBeebies, called Oti’s Boogie Beebies.  The programme is on CBeebies at 8:30am every weekday, but they are all also on iPlayer.  Here is the link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/m000jsds/otis-boogie-beebies 

  • Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, is doing daily 30 minute workouts.  They’re hard work, but fun!  Give it a go!

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

  • Cosmic Yoga – Jaime is a yoga instructor and she teaches yoga, whilst story telling!  Click on the link below and scroll down a bit to find them all.  There are loads to choose from and they are brilliant! Try one!

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga 

  • Andy from CBBC is doing some Wild Workouts.  They are much easier than Joe Wicks, but worth taking a look at if you are having a tired day!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/p06tmmvz/andys-wild-workouts 

  • Stuart has been setting P.E. Challenges each week – check it out!

​​​​​​​https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkD37J7Y_BtIYZd4ZcG5osA 

Collective Worship                                                     

One day this week I would like you to start the day by taking part in this Family Liturgy.  Ask the members of your family to gather with you and all do it together!

 

https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/primary-subscription/prayers-for-home/sunday-liturgy-for-families/ 

 

This week it is the Feast Day of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (29th June) and the Gospel is all about a very important job Jesus asked Peter to do!  We think of Peter, the first Pope and the rock on whom God built His Church.

 

We also think of Paul, who travelled far and wide and wrote down many truths about God, so that generations would come to know Him through the Bible.

 

In the Family Liturgy, think about these two men and take the time to reflect on how, even though we’re not perfect, God still calls us to be His friends!

 

There are also some lovely Daily Prayers for Home.  Click on the link below:

 

https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/primary-subscription/prayers-for-home/homeprayer-2020-06-29/ 

 

On the right-hand side of the page are all the dates for the week.  Choose the corresponding day and work through the slides!  The prayers link to the Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul and remind us that we all belong to God’s worldwide family.

English                                                                

  • Reading - you have been set a new Serial Mash book on Purple MashBeth and the Nile’.

Please read Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 and do the two quizzes I have set as 2Dos.

REMEMBER you have 15 minutes to answer the questions!  PLEASE DO NOT RUSH – it’s not a race.  I’d much rather you answer more questions correctly than quickly!

  • Comprehension – I have attached an eBook called ‘The Curse of Cogston House’.

Please read the eBook – it’s quite long so you can do this over the week.  There are two different endings – the ending I would like you to read starts on page 34 and is called ‘The Boys Escape’ – YOU DO NOT HAVE TO READ THE OTHER ENDING!

Complete the comprehension below, titled ‘Comprehension – The Curse of Cogston House'.

The comprehension is actually based on a short extract from the book (not the whole story) so you MUST read the text which comes with the comprehension to be able to answer the questions correctly.

You can actually do the comprehension without reading the whole eBook and then carry on reading the whole book over the week.  We will be setting other work based on this story so you MUST read the whole thing.

Choose which level you normally do, read the text and answer the questions.  Remember to answer using full sentences.

Remember not to peek at the answers until it is time to check your work! wink

  • Grammar

Watch the video below to remind yourself of what conjunctions are – this will help you with Section 5 on the SPaG mat:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-english-conjunctions-with-laura-bubble/zv4hd6f 

Complete the Grammar Mat below (SPaG Activity Mat 4), which has a variety of grammar, punctuation and spelling questions.  Choose which level you would like to attempt and NO PEEKING at the answers! wink

Once you have completed the Grammar Mat, watch the video and complete the activities (Highlight the Coordinating Conjunction and the Quiz) on this website:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/z9wvqhv 

  • Spellings – your spellings have been set on Spelling Shed – please practise these throughout the week.

Miss Moores' Group – please write a sentence for each of your spelling words, then complete a spelling test out of 10.

Miss Hopkinson's Group – please choose 5 of your spelling words to write 5 sentences, then ask an adult to test you on 5 of your words.

  • Writing – your writing task this week is to write your own story ending for The Curse of Cogston House. Use the story plan below to plan your story first. Your story ending 'The Boys escape' must be different to the ending your have read. Think carefully, how else could they escape?
  • Talk to someone at home about your story ending and how it is different to the ending your have read in the comprehension. 
  • Even though your ending will be DIFFERENT, I would like you to 'magpie' and use some of the great vocabulary you have come across in the comprehension text in your writing. Think about the adjectives you could use to describe the house. Think about 'the escape' and how it can be described with good verb choices and adverbs! Good luck! 
  • After completing your planning sheet, write your story ending in your blue books or on one of the storyboard templates below, under the title 'The boys escape'.

eBook - The Curse of Cogston House

Comprehension - The Curse of Cogston House

Spellings

Maths                                                                                                                                                   

Please use the following video links to access four of the Maths lessons this week.

 

1. Right Angles in Shapes

https://vimeo.com/430336748 

2. Compare Angles

https://vimeo.com/430336836  

3. Horizontal and Vertical

https://vimeo.com/430336963 

4. Parallel and Perpendicular

https://vimeo.com/430337089 

 

Attached below are the four related worksheets.  Have a go at answering the questions in your Home Learning book.  Start at question 1 and work through them.  They get trickier as you go on, but do your best.  If they get just too hard for you, then don’t worry – BUT don’t give up too easily!

 

The answers are attached as well, but make sure you don’t peek! wink

 

5. The Maths Challenge

This week's Family Maths Challenges are attached below.

Definitely have a go at questions 1-4, but you can carry on and try as many as you like - they're really good fun!

The answers are attached below too - BUT NO PEEKING! wink

There is also a lovely certificate you can fill in to show how many you completed!

Maths Lesson 1 - Right Angles in Shapes (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 2 - Compare Angles (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 3 - Horizontal and Vertical (Questions and Answers)

Maths Lesson 4 - Parallel and Perpendicular (Questions and Answers)

R.E.                                                                                                                                                            

The Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul – 29th June

                                                                                                          

Today (Monday 29th June 2020) is the feast Day of Saint Peter and Saint Paul.  Ordinarily, we would have been going to Mass, as it is a Holy Day of Obligation. 

 

Take part in the Family Liturgy – you can find this above, under Collective Worship!

 

Please think about these two Saints and consider what you already know about them.  Make two columns – one titled Saint Peter and the other titled Saint Paul – in your Home Learning book and write what you know about each Saint in their column – without any research – let’s see what you can remember!

 

Below are some videos for you to watch to remind yourself all about Saint Peter and Saint Paul. 

 

Saint Peter

 

 

Saint Paul

 

 

There are loads on YouTube, if you want to watch more!

 

Now think about what you have seen – how much do you remember now you have had your memory jogged?

 

I would like you to think about these two extraordinary men and create a character sketch for both of them.

 

Think about:

  • The stories you have heard about them
  • The facts you know about them.
  • The personality and character of the two men.
  • Think about how know what the two men were like, for example we know that Saint Peter had a bit of a temper as he chopped off a soldier’s ear in the Garden of Gethsemane.

 

Use the attachments below to create your character sketches.  Saint Paul’s is split in half – Saul / Saint Paul – compare his two ‘lives’.

 

St. Paul never actually met Jesus, yet after his conversion, he showed his true faith by following in Jesus’ footsteps and preaching the Word of God to others.  Paul did not just do this at home – he was a great traveller and journeyed all over the world to teach others about God!  Look at the map below, which shows all of his journeys.

Map of Saint Paul's Journeys

 One of the places Saint Paul visited was Thessalonika in Greece and this is where the book in the Bible comes from – 1 Thessalonians – it is full of the Letters written by Saint Paul.  Find this passage in your own Bible or read it below – 1 Thessalonians 5: 12-18.

 

Dear Friends,

 

Help everyone who works hard for you. Love and respect them for what they do.

 

Get on well with one another.

 

Encourage others to work hard.

 

Help people who are afraid.

 

Take care of those who are not very strong.

 

Be patient with everyone.

 

Make sure you and your friends don’t try to get your own back.

 

Always do what is best for you and for everyone else.

 

Most of all be happy. Pray every day.

 

Make sure you say thank you to God for all the good things God gives to you.

 

This is what God wants for you.

 

1 Thessalonians 5: 12-18

 

Talk about this Bible passage with someone from your family and then on the activity sheet – 1 Thessalonians 5 12-18 highlight all of the positive words you can see, in the passage. 

Activity Sheet - 1 Thessalonians 5: 12-18

Science                                                                                         

​​Light Sources

 

Watch the video on the following link to remind yourselves of the work we did last week on light sources.

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zb3s34j

 

 

Have a go at the following  questions, writing your answers in your blue books.

 

1. What is a light source?

2. What is darkness?

3. How do we see in the dark?

4. Is the moon a light source?

Reflection

 

Today, we are going to learn about reflection and how we see things. 

Work through the information powerpoint below, then watch the video on the bbcscienceclips website.   

Complete the sources of light' and 'Reflective surfaces' 2do I have set you on purple mash.

 

Continue to answer these questions in your blue books:

 

Is the sun a source of light?

Can you give me an example of reflective surfaces?

Do the surfaces reflect or absorb light? 

 

Finally, if you can, have a go at the reflective surfaces investigation at home. Choose your materials carefully to see what you find out.

 

Email me to tell me what you found out about reflection and reflective surfaces. 

 

Geography                                                                                                                                 

 

This week we are going to carry on learning about Europe.

 

We are going to look at the capital cities of the different countries in Europe!

 

What is the capital city of:

 

  • England?
  • Northern Ireland?
  • Republic of Ireland?
  • Scotland?
  • Wales?

 

  • How many other capital cities do you know?
  • How many capital cities have you been to?

 

Watch this video.  It tells you what some of the European capital cities are:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7qxbJzliD8 

 

Below is a map, showing all of the countries in Europe.

Using the Internet, and the two maps below research the names of all of the European capital cities.

Record your answers on the activity sheet attached below (Activity Sheet – Label the European Capital Cities).  Write the capital cities on the map and / or on the second sheet in a list – it’s up to you, I don’t mind!

Activity Sheet – Label the European Capital Cities

You can also complete last week’s activity – Activity Sheet – European Capital Cities (and flags - from last week).  You can now complete the extension activity if you like – filling in the capital cities.  I have re-attached this below in case you can’t find last week’s work.

Activity Sheet – European Capital Cities (and flags - from last week)

Now have a go at this European Capital Cities Quiz – get the whole family involved!  Who will win?

I have also attached a Capital Cities Wordsearch and a Fortune Teller – European Capital Cities for fun!

Art                                                                                       

It’s going to be a wet week this week – the perfect time to try some rainy art!

 

Look at the attached file below called ‘Outdoor Art – Pitter Patter Painting’.  Complete at least one of the activities, using the RAIN.  You might enjoy it so much that you may wish to complete more!

Outdoor Art - Pitter Patter Painting

Music                                                                              

Mrs Hypolite has sent some Music tasks for this week.  Please see the attachment below.  ENJOY!

 

Follow the BBC Ten Pieces link:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/ten-pieces-at-home/zjy3382

 

Scroll down to the bottom and complete this activity:

Week Four: Sing With the BBC Singers 

Mrs Hypolite's Music

French                                                                         

Please complete the activities below set by Madam Schofield.

La chenille qui fait des trous!

 

Listen as you read carefully this well-known story by Eric Carle: 

 

The Very Hungry Caterpillar (in French)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCL5EKgTTuQ

 

Now, read the story again from the powerpoint below "The hungry caterpillar". 

 

Task:

Can you write down the French for the following words? (You'll have to hunt for them, they are all in the powerpoint!)

 

 

 - I am; - caterpillar; - today;

 - I am still hungry; - I eat;

 - Sunday; - five; - it's delicious;

 - a cocoon; - a butterfly

 

EXTRA TASK:

If you want, you can draw and colour in your own beautiful butterfly (don't forget to label it in French!)

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Wellbeing                                                                   

 

We have all been stuck in for so long due to the recent lockdown.

 

Complete this Wellbeing Craft Activity.

 

Create your own Wellbeing Jar.  Having things to look forward to makes us feel happier and improves our wellbeing.  Every time you think of something you would like to do in the future, write it on a piece of paper and place it inside your own special Wellbeing Jar.

EXTRA ACTIVITIES – if you fancy doing them!       

 

Mindfulness

 

I have attached the same Mindfulness Activity Cards below, as last week.  Get used to doing them and make it part of your daily routine!  They are lovely, simple and relaxing activities.  Choose one to do each day.

Mindfulness Activity Cards

Positivity Colouring

 

Attached below are the same lovely Positivity Colouring Sheets as last week.  If you did any last week, then choose some different ones to do this week!  They are really relaxing to do and if you get the chance, sit somewhere nice and quiet and have a go at one of them!

Positivity Colouring Sheets

Just for Fun!

 

Below there is a fun Tangram Activity.  Print out the attached sheet and then cut out the individual pieces of the Tangram.  Then, without looking, put it all back together again to make a square!  It’s trickier than it sounds!

CBBC – The 6 Badges of Summer

 

Have a look at this:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/six-badges-of-summer 

 

This will definitely keep you busy over the summer holidays!

CBBC – The 6 Badges of Summer

Week beginning 22nd June 2020

Friday 26th June 2020

 

Hi Year 3,

 

Well, it's the end of another week!

 

Well done to all those children who have been completing their work at home!  We have had some super emails and fabulous photographs!  Thank you!

 

Below are some examples of some of the wonderful work you have been sending us!

 

DON'T FORGET to send us your photographs if you want to see them on here!

 

Max's Covid 19 poster

Ethan's COVID 19 Poster

Amelia's mindfulness colouring to go with her super sentences

Ethan's Kindness Bucket

Bartosz's R.E.

Victoria's Comprehension

Bartosz's SPaG Mat

Martyna's Maths