Good Morning Year 3s!
We hope you are all well. Thank you for all your hard work this week. We are very impressed and proud of each of you.
Please remember to mark yourself off in the register.
Now have a quick listen to the morning message from Robyn.
Timetable for today:
Thank you again for sending through all your beautiful work. It really does make us smile. You should be very proud of yourselves!
Take a moment to look at the fantastic work you have sent through!
Our ocean is an amazing place, full of wonderful animals and colourful plants. It is, however, being polluted by rubbish and other chemicals. Create a poster at home about your ideas on how we can look after our oceans more. For example: helping picking up litter off of our beaches.
Here is a little video on the importance of working together to look after our oceans.
We would love to see what you create. Please remember to email your pictures at firstname.lastname@example.org
Let us get moving! Remember to have a water bottle close by in case you get thirsty.
You may recognise that the picture consists of the famous runner Usain Bolt who we have talked about in class.
a) What verb can you see in the picture? (Remember that a verb is a doing word and shows an action.)
b) Write down a sentence which describes how fast the runner's might be going.
For example:The incredible Usain Bolt runs as fast as a cheetah.
c) How do you think Usain Bolt might be feeling? How do you know this?
Grab some coloured pens, paper and put on a great, big smile! We are going to create a shark puppet.
Send a screenshot to us at email@example.com.
1. Let us start with this NUMBER CHALLENGE below.
Remember to wash your hands before you eat. Enjoy your lunch, and talk to someone in your family about something you have learnt today.
Here are some fun recipes for you to try out at home! Have a go at making some of them with someone in your family.
We would love to see what you create, so please take some photo's and send it through to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
'Compare' means, that we are looking at what is similar AND what is different between two or more things.
'Contrast' means what is different between different between two or more things.
Have a look at some of these amazing pictures of animal x-rays! Try compare and contrast the different images.
Here is a video showing a fun way to learn the different parts of the skeleton! Prepare your dancing shoes for this one year 3s.
Let someone in your family know what the definition of the words 'compare' and 'contrast' are .
a) How are these animal skeletons the similar?
b) How are these animal skeletons different?
You’ve worked so hard today! Remember to email us at email@example.com to tell us how you’re getting on.
Have a lovely weekend and see you next week for another day of remote learning!
Louise, Tatiana, Bonnie and Robyn
Please watch today's afternoon message.