Thank you year 3s for all your hard work. You're doing amazing! If you would like us to read your fabulous work, send in your work to: firstname.lastname@example.org (remember to write your name!). Take a look at some work by Rafe, Surah, Yusuf, Sahra and Ridwan.
9 - 9:30: PE with Joe (remember to take a break and a sip of water)
Lesson 1: Literacy
Complete the task by matching the onomatopoeia (sound words) with the scenes you would hear them in.
Imagine you are visiting a zoo, like Joseph Coelho was in the previous video.
Write down a list of all the onomatopoeia words you might hear in a zoo and what is making those noises. Aim to write at least five noises in your list.
Now write your own onomatopoeia poem using the ideas you came up with in Activity 2. You could use Joseph Coelho’s sound poem from the video as inspiration. In your poem you need to:
Joke: What kind of tree fits in your hand?
Answer: A palm tree!
If you have any funny jokes to tell us, why not send them to email@example.com so we can share them with everyone?
Lesson 2: Geography
Match the images of the different layers of the rainforest to their correct names. Click here to print out the worksheet.
Challenge: Can you write an interesting fact about each layer?
If you would like to find out more about rainforests, watch the video below.
Lunch: It’s time to relax. First things first, remember to wash your hands for 20 seconds before you eat! What will you be devouring for lunch today? Something mouth-watering and deliciously healthy?
Riddle: What has 88 keys, but cannot open a single door?
(The answer will be revealed at the end of the day...)
If you like the book Where's Wally, download this activity pack full of great fun. Click here to download.
Lesson 1: Numeracy
Remember a bar model does not answer the question but helps us visualise what the problem is asking us to do. Follow the steps of the example and have a go.
Example: Surah has 5 cup cakes and Yusuf has 2. How many cupcakes are there altogether?
5 + 2 = 7
Altogether, there are 7 cupcakes.
1. Sami has 8 pieces of chewing gum and Adil has 6. How many pieces of chewing gum are there altogether?
2. Class 2 has 10 pencils and Class 3 has 6 pencils. How many pencils are their altogether?
3. Maria has 14 fiction books and Shahzor has 9. How many fiction books are there altogether?
4. Hidayah baked 11 nutella cupcakes and Tasnin baked 7. How many nutella cupcakes are there altogether?
End of the day: Monterey Bay Aquarium
Remember you should be aiming to read for at least 20-30 minutes every day, either on Active Learn (Bug Club) or with a book.
If you have any questions or would like to send your lovely work for us to see, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
See you tomorrow for another day of learning!
(The answer to lunch time’s riddle is… a piano!)