Buenos días Year 3! ¿Qué tal? (How are you?) We hope you’re all staying happy and keeping well. Because this special week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and it's all about kindness, why not write down some ways in which we can be kind or draw some pictures to show this? You can do whichever you prefer!
Here is today’s timetable:
We hope you're enjoying the sunshine this week. But can you remember how to protect your eyes and skin from being harmed by the sun if you're going outside?
Thank you year 3s for your herculean effort in continuing to make great progress with your learning. We thoroughly enjoy receiving and reading your fabulous work. If you have any questions or work for us to read, email us at: email@example.com (remember to write your name!). Take a look at the latest work from: Yusuf K, Aruba, Surah, Sahra and Zakariya.
1) Warm up: Download the sheet and have a go at the questions on 3-digit numbers.
Sian is counting the number of people in some of the stands at a football match. She uses an automatic clicker machine which counts in hundreds, tens and ones.
Stand 1 has ________________________
Stand 2 has _______________________
Stand 3 has _______________________
Stand 4 has _______________________
Stand 5 has _______________________
Stand 6 has _______________________
b. Which stand has the greatest number of people.
Stand ________ has the greatest number of people.
c. Which number is made of only hundreds and tens?
________ is made of only hundreds and tens.
d. Does stand 5 or stand 1 have more people? Explain.
I think _________ have more people because _________
e. How many fewer people are in stand 6 compared with stand 2? Explain how you know.
I think there are _________ fewer people in ________
Challenge: Order the number of people in each stand from smallest to greatest.
Watch the video What are parallel and perpendicular lines? and answer the question after.
1) Warm-up: Download the sheets and complete the questions.
Lunch: It’s time for lunch! Try to eat a balanced meal where there are different types of food to help your body get the right amount of nutrition to work properly. Before you eat, remember to wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds!
Lunch time tongue twister
Swan swam over the sea, swim, swan, swim!
Swan swam back again well swum, swan!
How many times can you say it without getting tongue tied?
Can you say it without looking at the words?
Buenas tardes! This week, we are practising how to say more than one animal.
1) First, re-watch the video from last week.
Well done everyone for working really hard today. Let’s take time to unwind and relax.
Today’s story, My Pet Star, is written by Corrinne Averiss and illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw. Click the video to listen to Corrinne Averiss read her story. If you would like to follow along, click on the image.
Enjoy the rest of your day and we shall see you tomorrow for more fun learning. Adiós!