Good morning Year 3! Let’s take a look at what we are going to be learning about today!
Thank you to everyone for sending in their work! We have enjoyed reading them and love all the effort you have put into your learning. Here is some work by Surah, Sahra, Yusuf K, Rafe, Zakariya, Ridwan and Mutasim.
Where do seeds comes from?
We know that plants grow from seeds. But, how do seeds help a plant to grow if humans do not plant them?
All plants need to get their seeds away to places with plenty of light, space and water so that they can grow into healthy, strong plants.
There are lots of different ways that plants can spread out their seeds to find good places to grow. The spreading of seeds is called dispersal.
Joke: How do you get a squirrel to like you?
Answer: Act like a nut.
Remember to send us your funny jokes so that we can share them with everyone. Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Warm up
Click on the image below and practise your 8 times tables
We are going to be learning about how to measure and draw lines and shapes accurately. You will need a ruler to answer some of the questions. If you do not have a ruler at home, you can download and print one from the image below.
Download the sheet and answer the questions carefully.
3. Something Extra
Why not measure objects around your home?
Use your ruler to accurately measure objects around your house. How long is a pen or pencil? Or, a spoon or a knife?
Riddle: What can you hear, but not see or touch, even though you control it?
(the answer will be revealed at the end of the day.)
Today, we are going to be looking at the different ways you can communicate online.
Have you ever talked to someone using the Internet? How did you speak to them? Email? Video calling? Games? Messenger? Blogging?
There are lots of different ways you can communicate to someone online. Click on the image below to find out more about how we can communicate with others online and how we should treat others when communicating online.
Great work today!
Let’s sit back and listen carefully to the story of Jane Goodall.