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Monday 4th May 2020

Daily Reading- 04.05.2020

Many of you mentioned to me that you have not had a chance yet to finish off your 'Year 3 Recommended Reading Book'. Today is another chance to finish that off for you! I have once again attached the 'Book Review Template' so, if you have not had a chance to write a book review for this book, please spend some time completing this over the coming days.

We are back to our '60 Second Reads' as of today as well. This weeks topic for these is 'The Romans' which we learnt a little bit about last term. The guidance is below, once again, and your short comprehension is below as well. Enjoy todays reading...

 

Prodigy Maths- 04.05.2020

Click the picture above- it will take you to a new website we are going to be using to progress our Maths learning. You should have all received passwords and usernames for this via your parents email addresses. Begin to explore the programme, spending about 10-15 minutes practising your Maths learning as well. Let me know what you think about the game...

 

Spelling Pattern to Learn- 04.05.2020

This weeks spelling pattern to learn is The /l/ or /əl/ sound spelt –le at the end of words. Below are some resources to help you and support you to learn this spelling pattern in preparation for Friday. Good luck with using these and good luck with learning this pattern!

Maths Learning- 04.05.2020

Lesson 1 - Convert pounds and pence

Today, we are going to be starting a brand new topic in our Maths learning, looking at money. You will be converting pounds to pence. Click the picture above to go to the lesson and watch the video. You will find this if you go to:

Home Learning- Year 3- Summer Term - Week 3 (w/c 4th May)- Lesson 1

Then, have a go at the attached activities below. Remember- this lesson should last between 45 minutes and 1 hour. You should undertake a selection of questions from the activities- good luck!

English Learning- 04.05.2020

Our learning this week is going to centre around the theme of 'Non- Chronological' reports. By Thursday, I want you to be able to write a 'Non-Chronological' report of your own around a game you have been playing during 'Lockdown'.

From Monday- Wednesday, we are going to revise and 'build up' our understanding of Non-Chronological reports. The lesson below should help you to do this and develop your understanding. Click on the image above to get you started- what do you remember about a non-chronological report?


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