Thank you year 3s for working really hard! We love reading your amazing work so if you would like to send work in, email us at: email@example.com (remember to write your name!). Take a look at some work by: Ridwan, Surah, Zakariya, Sahra, Mutasim and Rayan R.
1) Warm-up: Download the sheet and work out what the missing numbers are.
What will the next three numbers be?
2) Today, we are dividing using a number line.
Watch this video to remind yourself how to divide on a number line.
- Remember to start at 0 and place the greatest number at the end of your number line.
- Move in jumps of the smaller number until you reach the greater number.
- Add up the total number of jumps to find the answer.
Download The Twits word search and see if you can find the hidden words!
Lesson 2: Literacy
1) Warm-up: can you work out which noun the adjective riddle is describing
This is: Alive,
This is: Bright,
Coordinating conjunctions link sentences together.
but I like oranges but I don't like pears.
or I could run or I could walk.
yet It was 5pm, yet I was already ready for bed.
so The thunder rumbled so I stayed indoors.
Click here or click the picture on the left to watch a video about coordinating conjunctions.
- A snake
- The sun!
Why not treat yourself to a reading of The Enormous Turnip?!
1) Warm-up: Have you tried anything new this week?
Here’s a new way to try to grow your brain!
Did you know that our brains are similar to muscles? Just like muscles in our body, our brain grows bigger the more we use it!
Exercise your brain with these optical illusions!
2) Listen to Be Kind by Pat Zietlow Miller.
Draw your own rainbow or click here to use this one. Every time you do a kind act, record it here.
Remember to be kind to yourself too! What kind thing will you do for yourself today?
Great work today!
Today’s story is called The Squirrels Who Squabbled, written by Rachel Bright and illustrated by Jim Field.
Click here if you'd like to learn how to draw Cyril from The Squirrels Who Squabbled! Scroll down until you find Cyril.
Have a lovely weekend and see you on Monday for another week of learning!