Buenos dias Year 3s!
Happy Friday :)
We hope you have enjoyed this week of home learning. Remember you can contact us about anything or show us what work you have been doing. Please email email@example.com and don't forget to write your name and class so we know who it is from.
We have been so happy to hear from so many of you already! Here is just a small sample of some of the wonderful work that has been sent in to us. Keep it coming, it really brightens up our day!
We also wanted to remind you about Julianne's exciting storytelling project, Once Upon a Phoenix. Click here to find out more. We have already been sent some beautiful artwork, so thank you very much!
Let us get moving with some P.E with Joe. Remember to have water nearby if you get thirsty.
Ma Ma Moo! (Adjective Game)
You can see a few different emotions shown on the left. Play a game of Ma Ma Moo with someone in your family!
Remember the rules:
- Choose one of the emotions on the left.
- Take turns in saying the words 'Ma Ma Moo' to your partner by using the emotion you have chosen.
- Your partner then has to guess which emotion you are demonstrating.
- Remember you can not say anything else but 'Ma Ma Moo'
Today we are exploring features of a persuasive letter. Click on the link below to find out more. Remember to pause the video if you need to.
Remember to please read your books on Active Learn. Click the link below to find the login page.
After you have watched the video about the features of a persuasive letter, look at the following picture. What type of food would you pack into your picnic basket and what words can we use to describe those foods? For example: A delicious, mouth watering apple.
Today we are learning about comparing lengths. Remember to pause the video if you need to solve a problem.
There are three children below. Look at their different heights and then answer the questions below.
Here is a fun activity to help you with measuring lengths. You can start with level 1 and then move onto level 2 if you feel confident completing level 1.
Please remember to complete activities on Timetable Rockstars and Mathletics :)
A. Who is the tallest?
B. Who is the shortest?
C. Who is taller than Oliver?
Remember to let someone in your family know what you have been up to today.
Enjoy your lunch and then do some stretching after your food has settled to help activate your mind.
B. What happens when you put opposite poles together?
*Try use the vocabulary which we have learnt - Magnetic, Repel, Attraction, Repulsion
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.Today we going to review which materials are magnetic and which are non-magnetic? Can you remember what is means when a material is magnetic?
Click on the video on the left to find out more about magnetic materials.
Tell someone in your family something you have learnt about magnets and maybe look for objects in your house which you think might be magnetic.
Magnetic materials are always made of metal, but not all metals are magnetic.
Iron is magnetic, so any metal with iron in it will be attracted to a magnet. Steel contains iron, so a steel paperclip will be attracted to a magnet too.
Most other metals, for example aluminium, copper and gold, are NOT magnetic.
Which material below do you think are magnetic or non-magnetic?
Have a lovely weekend and see you next week Monday for another day of remote learning!
Louise, Tatiana, Bonnie and Robyn