The Children's Bookshow has invited authors and illustrators from afar to write a short letter to share with children during lockdown to inspire them to write one of their own. If you would like to write your own lockdown letter and share it with The Children's Bookshow, the email address to send it to is: email@example.com (Remember to ask an adult for permission before you send it!). Click here to take a look at some of these inspiring letters!
Happy Friday Year 3s! Yes, we have come to the end of another school week. We are so proud of each and every one of you for putting in so much effort into your learning. What a great growth mindset you all have! Remember, there is no Home Learning next week because of half-term holiday, Monday 25 to Friday 29 May 2020. However, there will be plenty of FUN activities to do so keep checking the Year 3 Home Learning blog next week. Until then, have a happy and safe Eid Mubarak over the weekend!
Here is today's timetable:
Thank you year 3s for sending in your work. We love reading your amazing work so if you would like to send work in, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org (remember to write your name!). Take a look at some work by Surah, Zakariya and Sahra:
Lesson 1: Numeracy
1) Warm-up: Let’s practise finding 10 or 100 more or fewer than a number. Download the sheet and have a go at the questions.
a. What is 10 fewer than 19?
b. Increase 59 by 10?
c. Decrease 108 by 10.
d. How many more is 101 than 91?
e. What is 10 more than 99?
f. Write the numbers that are 100 more and 100 less than:
g. Work out the following problems:
Challenge: Find 100 more or 100 fewer for these questions
2) Today, we are learning about angles.
Watch the video. After, have a go at the questions.
Lesson 2: Literacy
1) Let’s continue to practise our Jarman handwriting. Download the sheet. Slowly and carefully, trace over the letters to practise diagonal joins to tall descenders. Focus on the joins and the space between each letter.
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1. What did you like or dislike about the story?
I liked the part where… because…
I disliked the part where… because…
2. Does the story remind you of other picture books or texts that you have read?
The story reminded me of… because…
3. What questions might you like to ask the author, Francesca Sanna, after listening to her story? Why?
4. What do you think might be the main message of this story?
In my opinion, I think the main message of this story is…
a. …it’s okay to be scared sometimes.
b. … about facing our fears.
c. … (insert your own idea)
a. The ____________, __________ girl was scared.
b. __________ and __________, the __________ girl wanted to explore the unknown.
c. The girl with a friend called Fear felt ______________ and ______________ .
d. The __________ boy crawled under the table and said hello to the __________, __________ girl.
Welcome back! Hope you had a delicious lunch!
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It’s been a rather long week so let’s take a moment to reflect. What went well for you this week? What didn’t go so well? As we know, breathing calmly is really useful to help us stay calm and relaxed. Click on the pufferfish and practise breathing calmly – follow the pufferfish to breathe in and out.
Remember we spoke about the 5 things that can make us feel happy and healthy each day?
Today, we are going to talk to friends and family. Sometimes it’s nice to talk to people we care about so we can share our thoughts and feelings with them. Download the sheet and follow the instructions.
Brilliant work today! Give the person next to you an ‘elbow high five’ and remember to say ‘well done to me!’
After a hard day's work, let’s relax our body and mind, and do some mindfulness colouring. Click on the image to download the various colouring sheets.
Have a wonderful weekend of celebrating – Eid Mubarak! Stay happy and safe. See you in a week's time for more fun learning! Adiós year 3!